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Scurvy Found In Jawbone of Last Crusader King!

According to a forensic analysis, it is found that one of the last crusader king had scurvy when he died,this contradicts the old facts that the king died from plague or dysentery.This new result have been came from the old jawbone that was buried in Notre Dame Cathedral.The jawbone was believed to be of Lious IX, a king of France who died during t ...
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Recollecting The Routes To Ancient Australia

A group of experts gathered to investigate the deep history of the continent have revealed new ideas about how people first arrived in Australia.They utilized sophisticated models for determining not only the probable routes that the aborigines traveled to tens of miles of years, but also the size of the groups needed for the population to survive ...
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WHO Released One-Hour Screening Per Day For Half Grown Kids

The world health organization has released new instructions on physical activity, sluggish behaviors, and sleep for young children. According to world health organization more than 5 years old kids should not spend much time on watching television, social media and videos games over their phones and computer system and infant child which comes unde ...
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Friendly Bacteria: A Boon For Frogs

There has been a huge decline in the number of species in recent years, among those frogs and amphibians are also the ones that have been hit hard by the adverse situations. These situations include many changes in the natural world, adverse climatic changes, habitat loss and also due to pathogens. According to studies it has been witnessed that up ...
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A New Study Discloses The Biology Of The Hunger Hormone, Leptin

In a new study, Yale researchers offer information on leptin, a hormone that plays a key role in appetite, overfeeding and obesity. They said their findings improve knowledge about leptin and weight gain, and also have a potential strategy for developing future treatments to lose weight.The study, led by researchers at Yale and Harvard, was publish ...
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Text of Samurai Discloses the Secrets of the Supernatural Powers of the Sword Fighters

A recently converted samurai text, called "Twelve Rules of the Sword," reveals the secrets of a sword fighting school that dominates a technique that grants supernatural powers.The text, dating from the seventeenth century, contains information transmitted by a samurai named Itō Ittōsai (born around 1560), who fought and won 33 duels in Japan. Rese ...
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Silver Lining For Professional Counseling: Little Knowledge And Surplus Opportunities

India is an education sector with deficit counseling, and has around 1 lakh of career advisors, while it needs less than 15 lakh of career advisors to satisfy the student market (currently 315 million students). In comparison, the United States has approximately 2.6 million student counselors for 56 million students!In addition to the usual pressur ...
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3 Years Of Preschool Gave Suggestions In The Draft Of The National Education Policy

Three years of preschool and four years of undergraduate honors courses are some of the characteristics of a draft of the National Education Policy and the Government of Narendra. Among the other proposals, they are in the school and not in the preschool classes until Grade (Class) XII, instead of only Class I to VIII, and a school breakfast that ...
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Did Baby Pterosaurs Need Their Parents As They Could Fly?

Baby pterosaurs were the flying reptiles which lived alongside dinosaurs. They were probably able to expand their leathery wings and fly shortly post emerging from their eggs, according to the reports of scientists in a recent study. It has been observed from the preserved eggs and embryos from Argentina and China that pterosaur bab ...
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Bitcoin Is The Cause Behind Carbon Dioxide Emissions On Comparing To Las Vegas Or Hamburg

The use of Bitcoin causes around 22 megatons in CO2 emissions per year, comparable to the total emissions from cities such as Hamburg or Las Vegas. That is the conclusion of the most detailed analysis to date of the carbon footprint of the cryptocurrency. Although Bitcoin is a virtual currency, the consumption of energy linked with its use is very ...
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