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A thick layer of sheep dung covered the floor of Areni-1 Cave, Vayotz Dzor province, Armenia.  The dung hardened and sealed a leather shoe in a cool, dry and stable condition.  5,500 years later, a team of archaelogists dug the shoe up from the harden dung, and then realized the shoe was the oldest leather shoe human ever known.  The shoe was made of cow skin, but it was unknown   Read More ...

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Steven Platek of Georgia Gwinnett College has discovered what a lot of people already knew: When a man sees a curvaceous woman, he experiences the same reward feeling that’s brought on by drugs or alcohol. Platek and a team of researchers had 14 men (whose average age was 25) look at before and after pictures of naked women who had received plastic surgery to give them more shapely posteriors. Platek   Read More ...

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Obesity is a major emerging problem face by the world population these days.  Obesity is usually associated with premature death.  Obesity usually leads to many diseases, especially cardiovascular disease.  Through dietary control, obesity problem may be resolved. French researchers found that polyphenols in red wine has a beneficial effects on obesity-associated disease.  The polyphenol extract is known as Provinols™.  Researchers feed two groups of Zucker fatty (ZF) rats with normal   Read More ...

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Recent studies showed that a protein called kainate receptors response to certain antidepressants, and the protein also involved in depression and suicidal thought. Scientists at Rockefeller University examined one of the five subunits of kainate receptors, KA1 in rats and the result may help to explain the mechanism of the protein reshaping the brain in response to stress.  Researchers at Harold and Margaret Milliken Hatch Laboratory of Neuroendocrinology at Rockefeller   Read More ...

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Recently many friends of mine lost their love ones, I truly feel sorry to hear that. Scientists from University of Oxford published an article in PLoS ONE journal showing that playing tetris may reduce traumatic stress.  40 volunteers were given to watch a film featuring traumatic images of injuries.  The participants were then assigned randomly to do nothing or play tetris for 30 minutes.  Those who played tetris had less   Read More ...

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Your index and ring fingers length can affect your voluntary exercise desire.  According to a recently published paper, people who have higher index:ring finger ratios are more willing to exercise.  Generally women have higher ratio than men.  The study revealed a strong correlation between the digit length and levels of prenatal stress hormones as well, which ultimately affects one’s personality.  This research reminds me of the Chinese palmistry, which use   Read More ...

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