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Mantis shrimp roll their eyes to improve vision

Mantis shrimp roll their eyes to improve vision

Mantis shrimp are superior to human when it is about vision. We humans have only three different color channels, while mantis shrimp have 12. They have a better vision to improve the clarity of their vision. They can roll their eyes.

Gene related to Alzheimer's may start showing effects in early childhood

Gene related to Alzheimer's may start showing effects in early childhood

A new study claimed that a gene associated with Alzheimer's disease may start showing its influence on a person’s memory in early childhood. A gene, called APOE, is known to have link with risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Those who carry a variant of the gene have higher than average risk of developing the condition.

All Orchids Aren’t Pretty: New Species Appears Like Head of Devil

All Orchids Aren’t Pretty: New Species Appears Like Head of Devil

Flowering plants orchids are famous for their beautiful colors and delicate fragrance, but a team of researchers has found a new species of orchids which is unique, but not pretty. The species discovered by Poland and Colombian researchers looks like a devil’s head.

Cash incentives not enough to improve unhealthy behaviors of drug-addicted, HIV-positive people

Cash incentives not enough to improve unhealthy behaviors of drug-addicted, HIV-positive people

Handing out crash rewards to drug-addicted, HIV-positive people so that they get encouragement to improve unhealthy behaviors would not derive fruitful results. Other strategies need to be considered to reach this section of population.

Experts Find Various Sunscreen Options

Experts Find Various Sunscreen Options

It is no secret that for thwarting damage to skin and to avert the risk of skin cancer it is necessary to apply sunscreen on all the exposed parts of the body. A recent survey conducted by Consumer Reports reveals that 50% of people in the U.S. avoid the application of sunscreen. One out of every five states the reason of not using sunscreen as the feeling left by its application.

Ancient Dinosaurs roared like Jurassic Park Dinosaurs? New Study says ‘No’

Ancient Dinosaurs roared like Jurassic Park Dinosaurs? New Study says ‘No’

Think of those ferocious dinosaurs that ruled the planet millions of years ago. They were huge creatures that growled to strike fear into their prey. A new study’s findings are different from those old beliefs. According to them, dinosaurs were not so terrible, and some of them cooed.

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