Common Heart Rhythm Problems can be Reduced with Yoga
A latest finding from the University of Kansas Medical Center suggests that those who are victims of common heart rhythm problem can include mild yoga along with their medication in order to decrease the symptoms of common heart rhythm problem.
DNA Samples Reveal Mating Patterns of Endangered Sea Turtles
On carefully analyzing the DNA samples from female turtles and their offspring, researchers noticed that the female hawkbill turtle mates at the beginning of the year and they store the sperms for up to 75 days.
Tiny Island Night Lizard No Longer Threatened Speices
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service made an announcement on Friday, stating that the tiny island night lizard that was listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1977 is no longer a threatened species.
Acupuncture More Cost Effective in Treating Knee Osteoarthritis
One of the common types of osteoarthritis is knee osteoarthritis that is found in nearly 10 million Americans. It is rated as the common cause of disability among the citizens of the United States. A new research focuses on this major ailment can be treated with the help of acupuncture.
A Rare Event of Planet Destruction by Its Star
For the first time the scientists have found evidence of red giant star that is devouring its own planet.
Obesity Linked to Faster Cognitive Decline
Obesity most often brings with it a bundle of problems mostly heart related chronic diseases. But the new study carried out in the August 21 issue of Neurology in the medical journal American Academy of Neurology claims that obesity not only triggers heart related problems but it is also has a strong association with faster decline in cognitive skills.
Protein in Semen Acts on Brain and Triggers Ovulation
A new study carried out in the August issue of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), presents a new finding toward fertility in mammals, including humans.
NASA’s Power Lander to Look into Interiors of Mars by 2016
NASA is preparing for a new mission that will look deep into the Red Planet as its Curiosity rover detects presence of microbial life and studies the planet's geology and atmosphere.
Cost Effective All-Purpose Robotic Hand Can Disable Even Bombs
With the kind innovation taking place at a rapid rate in the field of robotics it looks like robots are soon going to take over most of the worldly tasks. A latest invention is this field comes from Sandia National Laboratories - a cost effective modular robotic hand that can mimic a human hand and is used in disarming improvised explosive devices or IEDs.
Deer Deaths Due to Viral Disease
The viral disease that has been first confirmed in Ionia and northern Branch counties as a main cause for the death of deer.
Soft Robots That Can Change Color
Scientists at Harvard University have developed a soft silicone-based robot modeled on creatures like starfish and squid, that have the capacity to camouflage themselves according to their surroundings.
Lamp Lights Up Helium On Moon’s Surface
The scientists have discovered the presence of noble gas helium in the atmosphere surrounding Moon.
Engineers Produce Electricity from Wastewater
New Findings could help in turning the world's sewage treatments facilities into power plants.
Ship Noise Cuts Whale Communication on Food, Predators, Mates
A new study claims that high levels of background noise produced by ships has greatly hampered the ability of the North Atlantic right whales to communicate with each other.