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Natural diabetes treatment shows to be effective

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There is a complex universe in your brain

A sensational discovery has been made by experts as scientists have found that the human brain is home to structures and shapes that have up to 11 dimensions. Neuroscientists welcome the discovery saying: “We found a world that we had never imagined.”<…

Research
Ancient Indian Science was highly advanced, research says

1. Sushruta Samhita, The Oldest Medical And Surgical Encyclopedia Known To Mankind

The credit for almost all t…

Psychology
Researchers Discover The Link Between Happiness and Belief in...

Western and Asian cultures tend to have different core beliefs around free will. In a recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology, Jingguang Li, professor at Dali Un…

Mythology
The Sumerian King List still puzzles historians after more th...

Out of the many incredible artefacts that have been recovered from sites in Iraq where flourishing Sumerian cities once stood, few have been more intriguing than the Sumerian King List, an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the Sumerian language…

Anxiety
Researchers Find A Link Between Anxiety And Intelligence

People who think too much may have little reason to worry. Recent studies have shown that there is a link between anxiety and intelligence and it is a positive one.

Scientists found that people who worry a lot do so because they experience “

Research
We Are ‘Hardwired’ to Start Our Days at 10 Am, Researchers Say

A sleep scientist in England just confirmed what we already knew: getting to work before 9 a.m. is torture.

Acupuncture
Acupuncture Outperforms Hormonal Treatment For Infertility, R...

Researchers find acupuncture combined with clomiphene more effective than clomiphene plus supplementary hormonal pharmaceuticals for the treatment of infertility. The combination of acupuncture plus clomiphene produces significantly higher pregnancy ra…

Research
Researchers Discover the Long-Lost Eighth Natural Wonder of t...

Once called the “eighth wonder of the world,” the shimmering silica terraces on Lake Rotomahana drew thousands of awestruck tourists to New Zealand’s North Island during Victorian times. But in June 1886, nearby Mount Tarawera erupted, smothering the f…

New Age Spirituality
Research Shows That People With RH Negative Blood Type Are No...

Modern medicine has categorized human blood in four types: A, B, AB and O blood type. The main difference in blood types is related to the presence of protein in each individual type, however, RH negative blood type makes for an interesting exception, …

Physics
Time Travel Is Possible, According To The Latest Research

Some physicists are convinced that time travel is possible. A group of scientists from the University of Queensland, Australia,

Nutrition
Researchers Have Finally Discovered the Key to Naturally Stri...

The global sugar-industrial complex is about to face a serious challenge—from a mushroom.

A young start-up based out of Aurora, Colorado is poised to disrupt how sugar is used in packaged goods. Three years after its founding, MycoTechnology is n…

Telepathy
The Changing Face of Russian Psi Research

Were the Soviets really experts in paranormal research? Were they, as some researchers claimed during the Cold War, light years ahead of the rest of the world in the field of parapsychology? If so, what kind of work are the Russians up to today?

Pilates
Children Shouldn't Sit Still in the Class, New Research Claims

Scientific evidence builds that taking brief activity breaks during the day helps children learn and be more attentive in class, and a growing number of programs designed to promote movement are being adopted in schools.

“We need to recognize tha…

Research
Why Some Cancer Research Information Isn’t Shared

Concerns over funding, intellectual property, and patient privacy can cause some institutions to wait before they release their data.

Joe Biden wants cancer researchers to share their data, and he’s not mincing words.

At last month’s Cancer…

Research
Researchers unravel the real cause of dandruff, and it's not ...

Back in 1874, a French microbiologist named Louis-Charles Malassez noticed a fungus — which he dubbed Malassezia — on the scalps on people who had dandruff. He suggested a correlation that has stuck for almost 150 years: fungus is at the root of the it…

Energy
Energy Saving Light Bulbs and Cancer: New Research

Many of us in the effort to save energy and money, replaced our old standard light bulbs with environmentally-friendly new generation energy saving light bulbs. However, the new generation of energy efficient light bulbs are so toxic that the U.S. Envi…

Nutrition
The Key to Healthy Bones is Magnesium, NOT Calcium, According...

The assumption that calcium is the holy grail of what constructs solid bones is totally instilled in our society, however it has no premise in reality–calcium is yet ONE of the numerous minerals your body requires for building solid bones.

Dietar…

Near-Death Experiences (NDE)
Life Before Death: Researchers Uncover Incredible Memories of...

People who are facing death often under-go profound “life review experiences” which change their entire outlook on human existence.

Israeli researchers spoke to several people who had experienced near-death experiences in a bid understand the phe…

Research
Human Brain is a Multi-Dimensional Space, According to The La...

Brain scientists recently found out that our brain operates on up to 11 various dimensions which in turn creates a multiverse-like structure(s), which is ‘a world we had never imagined’.

Through advanced mathematical system, researchers came acr…

Parapsychology
Dr Penny Sartori: Researching Near Death Experiences

Dr Penny Sartori worked as a nurse in a British hospital for 21 years, 17 of those being in Intensive Care.

She has conducted unique and extensive research into the near-death experiences (NDEs) of her patients. In 2005 she was awarded a PhD for…

Psychology
New Research: Being in Touch with Your Emotions Improves Deci...

It’s a common belief that to make optimal decisions we need to be more logical and less emotional, rather like Mr Spock in Star Trek. In fact, much evidence argues against this. Consider the behaviour of patients whose brain damage has made them unusua…

Loneliness
Researchers Confront an Epidemic of Loneliness

BLACKPOOL, England — The woman on the other end of the phone spoke lightheartedly of spring and of her 81st birthday the previous week.

“Who did you celebrate with, Beryl?” asked Alison, whose job was to offer a kind ear.

“No one, I…”

Physics
Consciousness Is a Byproduct of Entropy According to New Rese...

It’s the second law of thermodynamics, one of the essential rules of the physical universe, everything is infuse…