• Apr : 13 : 2014 - The Health Risks of Wearing A Bra
  • Mar : 30 : 2014 - The Health Benefits of Bra
  • Mar : 16 : 2014 - Who Invented The First Bra?
  • Feb : 23 : 2014 - Cats vs Dogs Superpower: Ultraviolet Vision
  • Feb : 22 : 2014 - First Dinosaur Fossil Found in Malaysia
  • Feb : 18 : 2014 - Big Data at Rainfall Prediction
  • Feb : 16 : 2014 - Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit – Iron Man Suit
  • Feb : 9 : 2014 - Communication Beyond the Grave
  • Jan : 13 : 2014 - Positive Correlation Between Racism and Biological Aging
  • Jan : 12 : 2014 - Text Message: Have you vaccinated?

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Recent research studies have shown that women might actually be putting their health at risk by wearing a bra. As shocking as this may sound,   Read More ...

With the passage of time, experts have come to the conclusion that the breasts of a woman continue to change sizes all through life. On   Read More ...

Bras, as we all know, are commonly worn by women across the world. However, what do we know about this clothing item’s history? Who invented   Read More ...

When I read the report that house pets are able to see UV lights that human can’t see, I immediately thought of howling dogs.  One   Read More ...

Scientists from University of Malaya, Waseda University and Kumamoto University unveiled a 75 million-year-old tooth in the central state of Pahang, Malaysia.  The one inch   Read More ...

Here’s a weather joke, “I tried to catch some fog earlier. I mist.” Weather forecasts are worse than stock analysts, they predict wrongly most of   Read More ...

The U.S. army is developing “Iron Man” suit for military use to be a bullet-proof suit with a variety of sensors, night vision capabilities and   Read More ...

A MIT’s Entrepreneurship Develop Program’s startup has developed a video chat service with the dead.  The Eterni.me helps you to build a digital personality after   Read More ...

The American Journal of Preventive Medicine published the first study on link between racism and accelerated aging at cellular level.  The study was conducted by researchers   Read More ...

A small act like test messaging can makes a big difference.  Researchers at the Mailman School of Public Health showed that sending text reminders to   Read More ...

Recent research studies have shown that women might actually be putting their health at risk by wearing a bra. As shocking as this may sound, it is true. What sort of health risks are we talking about? Well, women who wear a bra have been found to be more prone to suffer from frequent breast pain, and even breast cancer in the long run. Research based evidence The one thing   Read More ...

With the passage of time, experts have come to the conclusion that the breasts of a woman continue to change sizes all through life. On average, it is believed by experts that breasts have the potential to change sizes an average of five times throughout the life of a woman. What would that mean for a woman? Well, to begin with, this means that the bra that you are wearing   Read More ...

Bras, as we all know, are commonly worn by women across the world. However, what do we know about this clothing item’s history? Who invented it? Well, let’s help you learn about its history a bit. The very first modern brassiere to have ever received a patent was the one that was invented by Mary Phelps Jacob, a New York socialite in the year 1913. Details about the invention of   Read More ...

When I read the report that house pets are able to see UV lights that human can’t see, I immediately thought of howling dogs.  One of the superstitious belief that dogs cried when they see or sense supernatural figure, such as ghosts or spirits.  Although scientists believe that dogs howl to have long-range communication with other dogs, it is also proven they howl because of anxiety. Back to the topic,   Read More ...

Scientists from University of Malaya, Waseda University and Kumamoto University unveiled a 75 million-year-old tooth in the central state of Pahang, Malaysia.  The one inch long Spinosaurid tooth is the first dinosaur fossil found in Malaysia after digging for nearly two years.  The Spinosaurids are fish-eating predator and their fossils have been found in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and South America. (news)

Here’s a weather joke, “I tried to catch some fog earlier. I mist.” Weather forecasts are worse than stock analysts, they predict wrongly most of the time.  Dr. John Abbot and Jennifer Marohasy from CQ University recently published their study in the Atmospheric Research journal showing that computer programmes that use climate data, temperature, atmospheric pressure and rainfall produced the most accurate rainfall prediction . Just out of fun, showing   Read More ...

The U.S. army is developing “Iron Man” suit for military use to be a bullet-proof suit with a variety of sensors, night vision capabilities and 360-degree cameras.  The official name for the Iron Man suit is Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (TALOS) developed by engineers and researchers from 56 corporations, 16 government agencies, 30 universities and 10 national labs.  TALOS will be available for testing by elite special operations forces   Read More ...

A MIT’s Entrepreneurship Develop Program’s startup has developed a video chat service with the dead.  The Eterni.me helps you to build a digital personality after your death.  This allows your loved ones to chat with you online after your death.  How does Eterni.me does that?  Eterni.me gathers and processes information you created during your lifetime with a complex algorithms.  The information may come from your chat logs, social network information,   Read More ...

The American Journal of Preventive Medicine published the first study on link between racism and accelerated aging at cellular level.  The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland on 92 African American men who were usually heavily discriminated by other races and their own races.  Through a series of questions, the researchers gauges the attitude of racism faced by the subjects.  There is positive correlation between shorter telomeres   Read More ...

A small act like test messaging can makes a big difference.  Researchers at the Mailman School of Public Health showed that sending text reminders to urban low-income pregnant women population increased influenza vaccine coverage successfully by 30%  The flu vaccination helps to protect newborns.  Other than text messaging, is the reminder as effective in social medias? (news)

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