Threat to elephant population owning to escalated value of ivory
Study suggests ‘tickle’ therapy cans low ageing

Study suggests ‘tickle’ therapy cans low ageing

A new research conducted by experts from the University of Leeds have proven that ‘tickling’ the ear by means of small electrical current will help in rebalancing the autonomic nervous system, a process which will allegedly help in slowing the…

Study links higher risk of type 2 diabetes due to early onset of menstruation
Investments in Car Industry falls drastically

Investments in Car Industry falls drastically

According to a statement released by the Society for Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the UK car industry has underwent a sharp decline, a trend which is observed to come at a time, when businesses in the sector are known…

Scientists find the key answer for maternal instinct

Scientists find the key answer for maternal instinct

Team of researchers at Louisiana State University have taken particular interest in the study of the love hormone- Oxytocin. Presently, tremendous research is carried out in studying the Oxytocin system of the brain. According to experts, the oxytocin is the…

London’s water sources rich in Antibiotic-resistant genes

London’s water sources rich in Antibiotic-resistant genes

London’s Global University- UCL has confirmed availability of high levels of antibiotic genes in Central London’s freshwater sources. Thames River recorded the highest level among other water resources such as Serpentine, Regent’s Canal, and in Regent’s Park Pond. Study confirms…

Chinese philanthropist

Chinese philanthropist charged guilty for fraud

Once upon time claimed as China’s ‘Love Mother’, Li Yanxia is now sentenced to 20 years of jail. 54-years old Li Yanxia was charged guilty at Wu’an Court on the case of fraud, forgery, extortion, in addition to disturbing social…

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Sri Lanka becomes new entrant to send back waste from Western Nations