SFedU researchers analyzed the impact of various types of aluminum on the human body to determine the least harmful of them. Ultimately, they concluded that the least toxic aluminum was Al2O3, which could be used to increase corn yields. Scientists emphasize that they intend to continue research to improve the safety of using nanomaterials in … Read more
Global Look Press | Komsomolskaya Pravda Information has appeared on how the children of singer Alla Pugacheva and comedian Maxim Galkin (included in the register of foreign individuals) are educated. The son and daughter of the star spouses continue to study, despite the constant moving, the source said FAN in the field of education. The … Read more
The dogs were able to correctly identify which volunteers were stressed. The results of this study suggest that animals do not need visual cues to understand the human condition. .
unsplash.com Psychologists from the University of Michigan have figured out how the coronavirus pandemic has changed people’s personalities. Foreign researchers studied the data of 7 thousand people aged 18 to 109 years. Participants of the experiment took special online tests in 2020, 2021 and 2022. It turned out that after the pandemic, people became more … Read more
All these procedures are not effective if a joint replacement is required, experts from Harvard Medical School said. They came to this conclusion in the course of a study, the results of which were published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. .
“As you know, virtually all stocks of NATO arsenals have been thrown to support the current regime in Kyiv. This means that we must and can study them, these arsenals, what is there and is being used against us, qualitatively increase our capabilities, and based on experience gained, to improve, where necessary, our equipment, our … Read more
Such insects have long been ignored by epidemiologists. However, in fact, they are dangerous, as they feed on corpses, animal excrement and garbage, according to a study published in the journal Insects. .
pxhere.com Regular consumption of strawberries reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, scientists from the Rush University Medical Center found. They found that this berry as a snack or in cereal protects the brain from the development of dementia. The results of the scientific work are published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. Strawberries contain … Read more
Experts, including Dr. Adeline Gschwandtner, analyzed the UK Understanding Society Data database. After studying data on 40,000 English households, experts found a correlation between maintaining a healthy lifestyle and levels of happiness. .