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The YouTube Overconfidence Effect

I’m sure I could surf. After all, I’ve watched surfing videos on YouTube. It looks easy. I feel completely confident I could smoothly stay on the board and ride the wave. I’ve learned by watching. Or maybe not. With YouTube, you can easily find a video to teach you any activity. Complex physical actions are presented as a series of ... Read More »

Heroism vs. The Bystander Effect

Many of us have been raised to try to live by the altruistic proverb known as “The Golden Rule”: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. But in more recent times, instead of being purely altruistic, “The Rule” seems to have bent to reflect reciprocal altruism: I’ll help others now and one day, when I need ... Read More »

Cancel Cells growth

Cancer Update from Johns Hopkins:  1. Every person has cancer cells in the body.. These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it just means the tests are unable to detect the ... Read More »

5 Protection Techniques For Sensitive People

Learn to feel balanced and protected from sensory overload and negativity I’m a physician and an empath. In my medical practice of over two decades, I specialize in treating highly sensitive people and empaths like myself. We feel everything, often to an extreme, and have little guard up between ourselves and others. As a result, we often become overwhelmed by ... Read More »

Having an Answer to “Where Did the Time Go?”

Have you ever had the experience when you wondered, “Where did the time go?” It often happens when there is some external factor that makes us realize time has passed. The external factor is usually something that is linked to time (seasons, holidays, birthdates, anniversaries) or physical changes (wrinkles, growth spurts). The perceived passage of time may be short periods ... Read More »

Why Does Running Faster Speed Up Learning in the Cerebellum?

Running at a faster speed enhances learning in the cerebellum via mossy fibers. Faster treadmill running speeds enhance associative learning in the cerebellum (link is external) of mice, according to a new study by researchers at the Champalimaud Center for the Unknown. This paper, “Locomotor Activity Modulates Associative Learning in Mouse Cerebellum (link is external),” was published April 16 in ... Read More »

Sharjah Arab Children Forum to be held from March 24 to 28

The forum will bring together more than 128 children from 11 Arab countries Announcing details at a press conference held at Mughaider Child Centre, Sharjah, the organising committee said the forum being held under the patronage of Shaikha Jawaher Bint Mohammad Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness Dr Shaikh Dr Sultan Bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council ... Read More »

Learning from kangaroos: How skin-to-skin contact with parents saves newborn lives

Carmela Torres was 18 when she became pregnant for the first time. It was 1987 and she and her now-husband, Pablo Hernandez, were two idealistic young Colombians born in the coastal region of Montería who moved to the capital, Bogotá, in search of freedom and a better life. When Torres told her father she was expecting, so angered was he ... Read More »

Indian Doctors Only Spend 2 Minutes With Patients, Which Is Among The Worst In The World, Reveals Study

The length of medical consultation, also called as primary care consultancy, on an average is 2 minutes in India, a study has revealed. In stark contrast, consultation time in first world countries like Sweden, Norway, USA, is more than 20 minutes on an average. The study conducted by researchers from various UK hospitals said: “It is concerning that 18 countries covering around ... Read More »

How alcohol damages stem cell DNA and increases cancer risk

Drinking alcohol produces a harmful chemical in the body which can lead to permanent genetic damage in the DNA of stem cells, increasing the risk of cancer developing, according to research published on Wednesday. Working with mice in a laboratory, British scientists used chromosome analysis and DNA sequencing to examine the genetic damage caused by acetaldehyde, a harmful chemical produced ... Read More »