Say thank you frequently might help to have a good marriage
A pause to say "thank you" adds joy in a relationship, that gratitude appears to improve romantic relations and promoting the satisfaction of the two companions.
The great danger of the 21st century: climate change threatens the health of children
Climate change was described as the greatest threat to global health in the 21st century. It will affect the health of children in a variety of different ways.
Meditation alternate route for depression, according to a research
"The research found that the transcendental meditation is associated to a significant reduction in clinical symptoms of depression." "The findings of these studies could strongly improve the mental health area and, as a result, reduce the cardiovascular risk and mortality", explains Sanford Nidich, from the Maharishi University (United States).
Intelligent men are less infidels do reasons? Here we you
The British researchers at the London School of Economics and policies of, claim that sexual behaviour has to do with intelligence, how so? It's as simple as that men with an IQ (IQ) high give more importance to monogamy, to their less intellectual peers.
Discovered by chance a super repellent of any insect that pervades the smell
A team of researchers from the American University of Vanderbil has accidentally discovered a new class of bug repellent thousands of times more effective than the majority of products now on sale, it was reported in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.