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Bumblebees are the smallest intelligent species

Bumblebees are the smallest intelligent species; they can learn to play football!

We shouldn’t judge someone’s ability from their size. Bumblebees have yet again proved this statement by showing that even though their brain is not as big as ours but they have the ability to...
This Scottish man is paying 50 pounds per month for preserving his brain after death

This Scottish man is paying 50 pounds per month for preserving his brain after...

People donate their organs after death so that some other needy persons can use them. The process also ensures that the organs are still preserved and alive even after death. Similarly, a person is...
Bilingual Kid

Study reveals monolinguals are lesser immune to Dementia than bilinguals

In a new study, a team from Université de Montréal found that people who happen to know two or more languages are more immune to dementia than the ones who know only one language. Dementia...
connectivity

Poor connectivity in your brain makes you HATE music

Recent studies conducted by the doctors have proved that poor connectivity in your brain makes you hate music. This symptom is a threat to Anhedonia. Lack of brain connectivity also affects other functions in...
Another reason to drive your own car at old age, It can prevent Dementia

Taking sauna bath 4-7 times a week cut shorts dementia risk by 66 percent

In a new find, researchers have revealed that frequent sauna bath can significantly reduce the risk of dementia. According to study authors, sauna bathing gives the feeling of well-being and makes us feel more relaxed...
New drug nusinersen can cure neurodegenerative disease among babies

New experimental drug nusinersen can cure neurodegenerative disease among babies

In a new find, scientists have experimentally developed a new drug that might solve the problem of fatal neurodegenerative disease among new born babies. Although the spinal muscular atrophy or SMA is a rare...
Winter brings Seasonal Affective Disorder: Cause, Symptoms and Treatment

Winter brings Seasonal Affective Disorder: Cause, Symptoms and Treatment

Winter is knocking the doors in India and with decreasing temperature, some people start experiencing depression also known as Seasonal affective disorder (SAD). The condition is very common in winters as there is less...
HRT can trigger sharper memory among women and are likely to engrave the menace of Alzheimer

HRT can trigger sharper memory among women and engrave the menace of Alzheimer

Women in contradiction of men have higher possibilities of budding Alzheimer's disease. But till now, there are little facts have discovered about how the embryonic of Alzheimer can impinge on brain function and changes...
dinosaur brain

Fossilized dinosaur brain tissue discovered, shows resemblance with reptiles and birds

Scientists have identified the first proper sample of fossilized dinosaur brain tissue, which looks like pretty much a small rock. It is the first tissue fossil sample after the one that was discovered in...
First tissue of Dinosaur’s brain unearthed in a 130-million-year-old vestige

First tissue of Dinosaur’s brain unearthed in a 130-million-year-old vestige

For the very first time, a group of researchers has identified the fossilized brain tissue of the mysterious dinosaur in England, which has prompted the belief of ‘dinosaurs were less intelligent’ to be false....
Go out for a run before exams as it might help in memorising more things

Running outdoors can help memorising more things before games, Here’s how

Are you tensed just before the exams and struggling to retain everything you've learned for the test? Students try to learn each and everything at the last moments just before the exam, but it...
This new gene therapy can treat Alzheimer's disease

This new gene therapy can treat Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer's disease hits people as they age and doctors have not found any cure to treat the disease that affects cognitive functioning and leads to memory loss. Alzheimer's leads to accumulation of a protein...

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