On doing MRI brain scans of 180 children with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) condition, researchers found weaker brain connections among brain networks that help the mind focus in children with ADHD. The published online Dec. 15 in the journal Biological Psychiatry showed weaker bran connections in brain networks lined with attention in children with the disorder. The findings clear throw light on the fact that children with ADHD differ from other kids in the way their brains are wired.
A team of researchers conducted an interesting study to find the hidden truth behind messy drinking style of dogs. The team, during their study, found how dogs raise fluids into their mouths to drink anything.
The team, for the study, compared the data on how dogs drink with the data from the previous studies of cats. They found that even though feline and canine mouths had same structures, their approach to drink anything was different.
A move similar to Google’s efforts to help you shun drunk e-mailing, computer scientists have taken some steps in an attempt to keep you happy while you use the Web. They will do so by gauging when you get ticked off.
The researchers conducted three different experiments and discovered that Internet users who feel confused, angry, frustrated or upset while online likely to move their cursor periodically and less precisely, rather than in smooth strokes.
Good news for bacon lovers of the world and bad news for vegetarians. Or, at least non-vegetarians should be proud that their pork belly is better for the environmental in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. Do you eat food by following guidelines set forward by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)? By doing so, you are contributing a lot in greenhouse emissions compared to non-vegetarians.
Toyota Motor Corp. is planning to sell over 10 million vehicles in coming year however slightly changed from what it expected to sell this year. On Wednesday, the world's top-selling automaker for the past 3 years straight, said that it is expecting sales of 10.114 million vehicles in 2016 and 10.098 million this year.
In the first half of 2015, Volkswagen AG overtook Toyota in sales, but it suffered in the second half due to an emissions cheating scandal. The diesel cars of Volkswagen AG were found to have software that cheated emissions tests.
Researchers of a new study have suggested a new type of electromagnetic field therapy called tumor-treating fields can help to increase the survival rate among patients with brain tumor who have undergone routine chemotherapy.
In the research published in the journal JAMA, the researchers tested the therapy in people with glioblastoma, which is one of the most devastating forms of brain cancer in adults.
Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) on Monday announced that it has signed a deal with BlueMountain capital Management. The finalization of this deal puts Daughters of charity under the management of a hedge fund.
The announcement has come almost 11 days after California Attorney General Kamala Harris gave it an approval on December 3, 2015.
A team comprising of engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) recently came up with an atomic force microscope (AFM) that scans images almost 2,000 times faster than the existing commercial models.
Using this high-speed instrument, the team was able to produce images of chemical processes that are taking place at the nanoscale, at a rate that is close to real-time video.
A new study by the National Sleep Foundation has claimed that humans are much shorter sleepers than their closest animal relatives. Primate species sleep for 14 to 17 hours per night, while humans need just seven to nine hours of sleep.
Study co-author David Samson said human species is unique from other when it comes to sleep time. A short and high quality sleep is enough for humans, Samson added. The study included about 21 species of primates to create a database of sleeping patterns. Study researchers used statistical techniques to find a species’ position in primate tree.
A national survey of nearly 45,000 youth has unveiled that cigarette use among teens has touched all-time low, but their preference for e-cigarettes has not faded. The students were found to give preference to e-cigarettes over normal cigarettes.
Main reason behind trying e-cigarette was curiosity that makes them try it. Study’s lead researcher Lloyd Johnston said that teenagers try e-cigarettes as they want to know what they were like upon experiment.