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SCIENCE

800,000-year-old Human Fossil Is Discovered by Scientists Containing Important Genetic Evidence

A 800,000-year-old human fossil was as of late uncovered by researchers, making it the most established fossil at any point recorded ever. This examination could reveal insight pretty much all the fanning focuses in the human family tree and therefore clarify how people truly became. This could likewise at last answer a few speculations about human development that for quite a while were left unsubstantiated. (Photograph : Screenshot from: Ancient Official Website)Human development examines headways Researc

  1 years ago
800,000-year-old Human Fossil Is Discovered by Scientists Containing Important Genetic Evidence

HEALTH

Genetic Explanation to Why Some Children Have Blue Eyes

Genetic Explanation to Why Some Children Have Blue Eyes There is a report currently spreading on social media of a man from Kwara State who rejected his daughter because she has blue eyes. The man was reported to have abandoned the little girl because he believed she was not normal. This is sheer ignorance. Blue-eyed children are as normal as children with other kinds of eye colours. This article gives scientistific explanation to why some babies are born with blue eyes. One Common Ancestor Behind Blue Eyes

  9 months ago
Genetic Explanation to Why Some Children Have Blue Eyes

HEALTH

A Detailed Exposition On The Causes of Blue Eyes Mutation and How To Procreate Blue Eyed kids.

The recent news about the woman who claimed to be dumped by her husband because of the blue eyes possessed by she and her daughters, has got people talking and suggesting different things as to the reason and causes of blue eyes. Although, recently, the said husband Abdulwasiu has come out to publicly debunk her claims by clarifying that he in fact married her because of her blue eyes and as such adores his blue eyed family. Some claim it is a disease and attach negative impressions to possessing blue eyes.

  9 months ago
A Detailed Exposition On The Causes of Blue Eyes Mutation and How To Procreate Blue Eyed kids.

SCIENCE

Cutest Children With Waardenburg Syndrome (Blue Eyes)

It appears that a genetic mutation in a single individual in Europe 6,000 to 10,000 years ago led to the development of blue eyes, according to researchers at the University of Copenhagen. "We originally had brown eyes," says Hans Eberg, associate professor in the cellular and molecular medicine department of the university and lead author of the study. "But the genetic mutation that affects the OCA2 gene in our chromosomes has led to the creation of a 'switch' that could literally produce brown eyes." Eye

  1 years ago
Cutest Children With Waardenburg Syndrome (Blue Eyes)

HEALTH

5 Exercise Facts You Don't Want To Hear

We all think that working with us is great, but the truth is that sometimes training has quite negative consequences. Here are five ways exercise can be harmful to your body and even to your relationship. 1 Intense exercise will not help you lose weight Surely if you exercise a lot you should start losing weight, right? Well, no, it turns out that this theory is not entirely true. Scientists at the University of Copenhagen are conducting an experiment on overweight Danish men. Participants were divided into

  10 months ago
5 Exercise Facts You Don't Want To Hear

EDUCATION

Here's An Available Openings For A Fully Funded Scholarship In Denmark

This is a fully-funded scholarship at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) via the Danish Governmental scholarship opportunity. Although it's highly competitive because the scholarship opportunity is meant for talented students. If you're not from Europe, once you apply for admission, you will be considered for the scholarship opportunity automatically. Here are the eligibilities for the opportunity. Firstly, the selection will be based on academic achievement. Then, you must be outside Europe and the European

  4 months ago
Here's An Available Openings For A Fully Funded Scholarship In Denmark

HEALTH

Bad habits to avoid for good digestion

Alcohol abuse Drinking too much beer, wine or spirits wreaks havoc on the stomach, because it causes inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract and can lead to digestive disorders, such as the uncontrolled growth of bacteria or intestinal perforation. Although research from King's College London concluded that there is a relationship between moderate consumption of red wine and increased microbiota diversity, which is a sign of a healthy digestive system. But this is not the case if you drink white or rosé

  6 months ago
Bad habits to avoid for good digestion

HEALTH

Protein that helps cancer cells to survive

One of the body's most significant procedures is cell division, which happens all through life. Ordinary cells just have a predetermined number of divisions, while in disease cells the cell division goes astray and is wild.  Two significant stages  The cell division cycle contains a few stages. The two most significant are S-stage when the cell's DNA is copied or repeated, and mitosis when the copied DNA is isolated similarly between the two little girl cells.  Along these lines, much research is being d

  1 years ago
Protein that helps cancer cells to survive

HEALTH

Keep your legs strong during your old age

*When we are old, our feet must always remain strong.* *When man ages, he should not be afraid of his hair turning white (or) his skin sagging (or) wrinkles* *Among the signs of longevity, as summarized by the US magazine "Prevention", *strong leg muscles are listed on the top of the list.* When you do not move your legs for two weeks your leg strength will decrease by 10 years*  *A study from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark found that both old and young, during two weeks of inactivity, leg muscle

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Keep your legs strong during your old age

AGRICULTURE

Why you can't starve greedy ants in your home

Image credit: Unsplash When there are lots of ants in your house crowding your unwashed dishes, it looks disgusting. You kill them and promise to starve the others by keeping the house and environment clean so they can no longer locate a food source. Yet, the ants seem well fed and their stings on the body, more painful. You can not starve ants because these insects also engage in farming like humans. Apart from their unique way of storing food during the dry season, which is a lesson to lazy people. Leafcutter

  6 months ago
Why you can't starve greedy ants in your home

HEALTH

Stop Taking Paracetamol during pregnancy it affects babies – Research

Pregnant mothers have been warned against taking paracetamol even at recommended doses as it might harm the masculinity of their unborn son. This is contained in the findings of a new study, published in the scientific journal Reproduction. It found that paracetamol could also reduce fertility in daughters too. The researchers found the pills inhibit the development of ‘male behaviour’ in mice by reducing the amount of the ‘masculine’ hormone testosterone in their bodies. Professor David Mabjerg Kristensen,

  1 years ago
Stop Taking Paracetamol during pregnancy it affects babies – Research

HEALTH

Check out the recommended diets for people with diabetes

What is this diet? A new research affirms that a low-carbohydrate diet can help with blood sugar levels and triglycerides. This diet can reduce inflammation in the body. Researchers continues to accept the idea that low-carbohydrate diet can reduce blood sugar levels. Study research that accepted the diets. With the combined efforts of Bispebjerg Hospital, Aarhus University and University of Copenhagen makes more research that accepts the idea. The study makes use of 28 people with type 2 diabetes. They were

  10 months ago
Check out the recommended diets for people with diabetes

SEX-RELATIONSHIP

SCIENTISTS PROVE: Women nagging shorten man's life!

Because of the unsatisfactory living together, research has shown that in middle-aged men have increased risk of death three times. The study, carried out by scientists at the University of Copenhagen and published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.  Research conducted in Denmark included 9,857 men and women aged 36 to 52 years, found that an elevated death rate of men in relationships, or marriages in which there are frequent conflicts caused by women. In fact, 315 of them died from the

  1 years ago
SCIENTISTS PROVE: Women nagging shorten man's life!

HEALTH

Stop eating too much. Don't you know that growing fat may contribute to climate change?

Rising obesity rates worldwide may be contributing to the climate crisis, researchers report. "Our analysis suggests that, in addition to beneficial effects on morbidity, mortality and health care costs, managing obesity can favorably affect the environment as well," said study corresponding author Faidon Magkos, from the department of nutrition, exercise and sports at the University of Copenhagen, in Denmark. Like other oxygen-dependent creatures, humans emit carbon dioxide that's produced by metabol

  1 years ago
Stop eating too much. Don't you know that growing fat may contribute to climate change?

TECHNOLOGY

Why You Should Stay Off Facebook For A Week

Why You Should Stay Off Facebook For A Week For the next few weeks, your Facebook News Feed will be peppered with political debates, holiday photos, and engagement announcements. One way to remedy the stress is to take a break from social media. That’s according to a recently released study called “The FacebookExperiment,” which reported that people who took a week off from Facebook found improvements in their mental health. They felt more emotionally positive, and experienced an increase in life sati

  1 years ago
Why You Should Stay Off Facebook For A Week

HEALTH

Research says nagging can kill - Men are more likely to die early from nagging women.

A Danish research says one can nag ones spouse to death. Nearly 10,000 people from their mid-30s to early 50s were involved in the study for 11 years. They discover that for both men and women, living in a near-constant state of conflict with their spouse, the likelihood of early death is twice as likely to die to occur, with a slightly larger effect for men. A public health researcher of the University of Copenhagen affirmed that around 315 extra deaths per 100,000 people per year is caused by nagging. But

  10 months ago
Research says nagging can kill - Men are more likely to die early from nagging women.