Water covers a large part of the earth’s surface, and it is essential for all known forms of life. There are many health benefits of drinking water. The amount of water required by a person may vary depending on the level of activity, temperature, humidity, and other factors. Water makes up to 60% of the… Continue reading Why is Water so Precious?
Your Facebook updates can sum up how you value yourself. In a recent study that is published in Psychological Science, researchers found that people with low self-esteem updated negative tidbits about their lives, which made them less likable among their peers. People with high self-esteem were more positive and were liked mostly by all. In… Continue reading What Does Your Facebook Updates Say About You?
Postpartum depression or depression after the delivery is a clinical condition that affects many women and even some men. The person may experience sad, anxious and empty feelings which hinder day to day activities.The symptoms of postpartum depression includes feeling restless, sad, a tendency to cry a lot, no motivation, increased or reduced eating habits.… Continue reading How To Deal With Postpartum Depression?
Scientists are nearing the process of replacing the damaged heart muscle tissue with that of a material made from tasar silk worm. The experiment is successful in mice but a little more research is needed in the human arena. It is not possible to regenerate the human heart muscle and a scar tissue takes the… Continue reading Scaffold Of Heart Tissue From Tasar Silk Worm