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Dogs Could Possibly Tell More About Owner’s Health

A dog’s physical and emotional dependence on their owner is likely a good sign about the entire well-being of the owner’s health. The obvious signs of irregular feeding schedule, less walks and play, and general unhappy behaviour could mean the owner needs help. In the UK, scientists have begun to study dog behaviour by use [...]

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Healthy Habits Also Die Hard, According to One Study

When they’re stressed, some people begin eating or indulge themselves in back breaking work. However, a new study finds that when people get stressed or exhausted, going on auto-pilot may cause them to avoid eating and stick with healthier habits. In the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology published by the American Psychological Association, five [...]

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DNA Genetic Mosaic Discovery Disproves Identical DNA Pattern In All Cells

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Through the usage of genome sequencing, Dr. Flora Vaccarino, a Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry at the Yale Child Study Center, and her team discovered that not all DNA in every cell in the body is identical. The study, which serves as a pre-cursor to future plans of studying the developing brains of humans and [...]

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Reducing Water Pollution: The Basic Steps

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Earth’s biggest blessing to mankind is a rich supply of resources. With human bodies made of 70% water, every human is dependent Earth’s large supply of water. But industrial and business wastes have polluted much of the bodies of water in the planet nowadays. Conserving water and reducing water pollution is important for the preservation [...]

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