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Ravens can plan ahead like humans: Study

Researchers from Lund University in Sweden let ravens solve tasks that they do not encounter in the wild, and hence lack specific adaptations for: tool use, and bartering with humans.

Did our Sun steal 'Planet 9' 4.5 billion years ago?

Did our Sun steal 'Planet 9' 4.5 billion years ago?

Computer-simulated study suggests that our sun, in its youth some 4.5 billion years ago, stole Planet 9 from its original star.

Post-stroke inflammation can help brain to self-heal

When stroke occurs, the nerve cells in the damaged area of the brain die, causing an inflammation that attracts cells from the immune system.

'Insect eyes' may allow drones to fly independently

After studying how insects navigate through dense vegetation, researchers at Lund University in Sweden came up with the system that can be applied to flying robots.

Childhood cancer survivors face eye movement disorder

The degree of the problem appeared to be related to the degree of which the eye motor skills had been affected, which suggests damage to the central nervous system from the chemotherapy.

Eat barley to beat diabetes risk

Approximately 11-14 hours after their final meal of the day participants were examined for risk indicators of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

A glass of water contains ten million bacteria and is good for health!

This knowledge will be very useful for countries when updating and improving their water pipe systems.

At genetic risk for diabetes? You need to exercise more

While exercise is good for everyone, those with an immediate relative - mother, father or sibling - with Type-2 diabetes need to exercise more than others to derive the same preventive benefit, says a study.

Despite exercise benefits, some people continue to strive more than others

While a recent study has said that exercise is good for everyone, it is also a well known fact that some struggle more than others.

Beware! Plastic chemical can curtail sperms' speed

Men please take note! Higher exposure to a common plastic chemical found in wallpaper, sandals, nail polish, perfume, floors and carpets in our daily life can hamper sperms' speed, leading to less chances of having children.