Fasting may help in the treatment of diabetes

Fasting may help in the treatment of diabetes

Canadian scientists demonstrated the beneficial effect of periodic fasting on the health of diabetics. Experts believe that the starvation and consequent lifestyle change sick people can help to fight with diabetes of the second type.

The habit of picking your nose can be deadly — scientists

The habit of picking your nose can be deadly — scientists

British scientists conducted a pilot study, which revealed that the habit of picking your nose are fraught with deadly consequences. The author of the study was Victoria Connor employee of the University of Liverpool.

There was a video with the “singing” Antarctic glaciers

There was a video with the “singing” Antarctic glaciers

The American geophysical Union has published a video on YouTube where you can hear the “singing” of the Antarctic glaciers. The occurrence of similar sounds have been associated with the vibrations naturally resulting from the effects of wind.

The bright plumage of the birds compensates for their poor singing

The bright plumage of the birds compensates for their poor singing

Ornithologists from the UK found that the bright plumage of the birds as a compensation for the bad singing. Just and the reverse situation – the inconspicuous bird, the better she sings. To such conclusion scientists have come, having analysed

Dementia can begin as early as the time of fetal development

Dementia can begin as early as the time of fetal development

Scientists at Cambridge University published a study showing fetal risk of dementia. Experts came to the conclusion that it can cause mutations arising in DNA during the process of foetal brain development.