Education Seems to Protect The Gut

The team pooled data from 766,345 people that had been involved in genome-wide association studies and found correlation between factors like education and higher intelligence and lower risk of certain gut disorders.

Mindfulness Can Rival Antidepressants For Anxiety

208 patients completed the course of treatment prescribed by the researchers. The mindfulness program involved 2,5 hour classes once a week. The results show that mindfulness exercises can be as effective as antidepressant drugs.

Daycares in Finland Built a 'Forest', And It Changed Kids' Immune Systems

Playing through the greenery and litter of a mini forest's undergrowth for just one month may be enough to change a child's immune system, according to an experiment in Finland.

Twin study links exercise to beneficial epigenetic changes

Consistent exercise can change the very molecules in the human body that influence how genes behave, a new study of twins indicates. 

Death Comes For Everybody. Here's How to Make Yours Sustainable

The global population is closing on 8 billion, and the amount of land available for human burial is running out. To minimise environmental impact, human bodies should return to nature as quickly as possible.

Our brains use quantum computation

Quantum brain processes could explain why we can still outperform supercomputers when it comes to unforeseen circumstances, decision making, or learning something new, while the discovery may also shed light on consciousness.

Ocean Is a Living Entity with Rights

A major essay in a prestigious, peer-reviewed scientific journal argues that oceans are a “living entity” entitled to rights. The “Ocean rights” approach would make the creatures of the sea co-equal with humans.

What You Eat Has The Power to Reprogram Your Genes

The idea that food delivers important messages to our genome is the focus of a field known as nutrigenomics.

The Great Resignation: Workplace Revolution

More than 4 million Americans are deciding to quit their jobs every month since the since the post-COVID-19 recovery started. People who decide to quit are taking this decision based on their desire to improve their quality of life.

A 10-minute run can boost brain processing

 The unique form and efficiency of human running, which includes the ability to sustain this form of exertion (i.e., by jogging as opposed to sprinting), and the evolutionary success of humans are closely linked.

CoP26: Save Earth, Greta and peers appeal to world leaders

Greta Thunberg along with Ugandan activist Vanessa Nakate, Polish activist Dominika Lasota and others released an appealed world leaders to save planet Earth.

Daily Mental Training Reduces Chronic Stress, New Study Shows

New research by scientists from Germany and the United Kingdom shows that daily mental training for 3 to 6 months can buffer the long-term systemic stress load of healthy adults.

IBM Space Tech Wants to Democratize Space

IBM Space Tech is launching Endurance, CubeSat mission that children from all over the world will be able to use to gain access to space.

Google, YouTube to prohibit making money on climate denial content

Google advertisers and publishers, as well as YouTube creators, will be prohibited from making ad revenue off content that denies climate change. It's one of the most aggressive measures major tech platform has taken so far.

Lab Grown Lactose-Free Milk Could Be The Future of Dairy

A company in California, U.S has found a way to make milk without the cow, created solely in a lab with zero cruelty but all the nutrition. The company now have an array of products that they state are just as good as the original.