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Science and Environment

Wild salmon numbers crash

Wild salmon numbers crash

The Atlantic Salmon Trust’s new President commits to saving a keystone species 24 October 2016-. Over the last forty years, salmon numbers have more than halved, from 8 – 10 million in the early 1980s to 3 – 4 million in 2016 according to NASCO, the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization. “We are sleep walking […]

By October 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Positive and negative memories and behaviors are split up in the brains of mice

Positive and negative memories and behaviors are split up in the brains of mice

Like broccoli and ice cream on a toddler’s plate, the brain also keeps nice and nasty information in separate places. Within the amygdala, an important memory center in the brain, pleasant experiences, tastes, and smells are confined to the back of the basolateral nucleus (BLA), while unpleasant ones are stored at the front. These anterior […]

By October 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Disease-causing gut bacteria common in children

Disease-causing gut bacteria common in children

Gut bacteria that can inhibit growth are more common in children than we thought A type of bacteria, which can cause diarrhea and inhibit growth in children in developing countries, has been found in 14% of a sample of children in an industrialized country. However, the children had only mild gastrointestinal symptoms or no symptoms […]

By October 10, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Health and Lifestyle

The Gut-Mind Connection

The Gut-Mind Connection

The enteric nervous system (ENS) had been regarded as a digestive organ till; the remarkable discovery made by Michael Gershon that 90% of the body’s serotonin is located within the walls of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. This ignited interests of various neuroscientists, including psychiatrists, about the GI nervous system (1). The enteric nervous system is […]

By November 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
The quantum theory of mind-body connection

The quantum theory of mind-body connection

The mind, body and consciousness exist as a cybernetic loop in which the 3 systems are highly interlinked and dependent on each other. Quantum theory of Mind body connection is a simple platform which helps a person to easily comprehend the inseparable connection between the mind and body. Here are a few biochemical ways which […]

By November 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Experts fear Kanye West’s breakdown is a symptom of an unchecked mental illness​

Experts fear Kanye West’s breakdown is a symptom of an unchecked mental illness​

According to news early this week, American rapper, songwriter, record producer, fashion designer, entrepreneur and notorious workaholic, Kanye West has been hospitalized due to lack of sleep and severe exhaustion and has subsequently cancelled the rest of his tour. However, conflicting reports reveal that West could be suffering from a ‘psychotic breakdown’ and was handcuffed […]

By November 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Anthropology and Psychology

The true origin of happiness

The true origin of happiness

Happiness is indeed an immaterial experience which every one feels in the most special occasions of life.On one hand, Neuroscientists, nowadays, are very keen to understand the psycho-physiology of happiness and its benefits on health. To cite a relevant example,in a study published in the Journal of Brain Behavior and Immunity 2006, they discovered that […]

New research shows 1 in 5 adults have contemplated suicide

New research shows 1 in 5 adults have contemplated suicide

The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey released today by the NHS estimates the prevalence of mental illness in adults in England. it features chapters on suicide and self-harm, common mental disorders, autism, PTSD, ADHD, psychosis and other psychiatric issues. The results are based on survey data from 2014.  The last time the survey was carried out […]

Why do more men than women commit suicide?

Why do more men than women commit suicide?

Why do more men die when they attempt suicide than women? The answer could lie in four traits, finds scientists. There are over 6,000 British lives lost to suicide each year, and nearly 75 per cent of those are male. However, research has found women are more likely to suffer from depression, and to attempt […]

Space and Universe

Make Mars Home

Make Mars Home

National Geographic  unveiled the first ever Mars show home, providing a glimpse of what life on the red planet could be like in a matter of decades. Open at the Royal Observatory Greenwich until Wednesday November 16th, the impressive regolith (Martian soil) style habitat set in 2037 is based on consultation with the Observatory’s astronomers […]

By November 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
New theory of gravity might explain dark matter

New theory of gravity might explain dark matter

A new theory of gravity might explain the curious motions of stars in galaxies. Emergent gravity, as the new theory is called, predicts the exact same deviation of motions that is usually explained by inserting dark matter in the theory. Prof. Erik Verlinde, renowned expert in string theory at the University of Amsterdam and the […]

By November 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Cosmic Accounting Reveals Missing Light Crisis

Cosmic Accounting Reveals Missing Light Crisis

Pasadena, CA—Something is amiss in the Universe. There appears to be an enormous deficit of ultraviolet light in the cosmic budget. The vast reaches of empty space between galaxies are bridged by tendrils of hydrogen and helium, which can be used as a precise “light meter.” In a recent study published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, […]

History and Archeology

The Human History teaches us to travel

The Human History teaches us to travel

The other day, Dan Nguyen, a big fan of our magazine, wrote us an email telling us that considering our interests, we may like to watch this video. He was right, so we have decided to share it with you all. The speaker’s name is Eske Willerslev, director at the Centre of Excellence in GeoGenetics […]

Chester is the ‘original city of love’ and it has the romantic relics and legacy to prove it, declare historians

Chester is the ‘original city of love’ and it has the romantic relics and legacy to prove it, declare historians

Historians have revealed that Chester – not Paris or Venice – is the original city of love, and a new campaign has been launched to reclaim the city’s crown.  So Historians are championing Chester as the ‘original city of love’ and will unveil a stunning new collection of romantic artefacts, previously buried inside the vaults of […]

By February 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Invitation to preview ‘The Lost Library of John Dee’ at the Royal College of Physicians from 11 January 2016

Invitation to preview ‘The Lost Library of John Dee’ at the Royal College of Physicians from 11 January 2016

Mathematician, magician, astronomer, astrologer, explorer, occultist, imperialist, alchemist and spy, John Dee continues to fascinate centuries after he first set foot in the court of Elizabeth I. Now, one of the most intriguing and mysterious figures of Tudor England, an inspiration for artists from Shakespeare and Ben Johnson to Derek Jarman and Damon Albarn, is […]

By January 12, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Economy and Technology

How to Grow a Coaching Practice Through Social Media

How to Grow a Coaching Practice Through Social Media

Any kind of coaching practice, whether it’s life coaching, business coaching or running a coaching group has the same challenge. How can you grow? What can you do to make your business thrive? In this article I’m going to give you some practical, hands-on strategies that will drive the growth of your business, whatever your […]

By September 17, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Marketing for Coaches by Publishing your Own Book

Marketing for Coaches by Publishing your Own Book

No matter what kind of coaching you’re involved in, whether it’s business coaching, life coaching or anything any other flavor, it always a struggle to create enough business to really thrive.  This article is all about addressing that problem in a way that most people don’t consider because they consider it to be too hard, […]

By September 17, 2016 0 Comments Read More →
Global goals: the end of hunger. GODAN Summit

Global goals: the end of hunger. GODAN Summit

It is known that the world produces enough food for everyone – but why do 800 million in the world still go to bed hungry? That’s one in every nine people – with the majority being women and children. GODAN (Global Open Data on Agriculture & Nutrition) is holding a Summit on the margins of […]

By September 8, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Other Recent Posts

Antibiotics live in action

Antibiotics live in action

Antibiotics live in action A new microscopic technique is enabling scientists to observe the antibiotic daptomycine live in action. This marks an exciting first, because even though doctors have been prescribing this antibiotic for over a decade, its precise mechanisms have remained unclear. Researchers at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Bonn University and Ruhr University […]

By October 25, 2016 0 Comments Read More →