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Biology: Humans Adapting to Climate Extremes
Body size and shape are significant factors in how efficiently an individual responds physiologically to cold and hot climates. When the environment is very cold, life can depend on the ability of our bodies to reduce heat loss and to increase internal heat production. As Bergmann and Allen observed, the human physiological response to cold […]Read More
Science: Men with heavy brow ridges
Certain features of the face are built by testosterone,” said Helen Fisher. Those stereo-typically masculine features include a strong, square jaw, prominent brow ridges, high cheekbones, thin lips and a high forehead. What is a bit spooky is that upper body strength can even be read on a person’s face. What it is in the […]Read More
Science: Female hormone fight off diseases better?
A Canadian study indicates that the female sex hormone oestrogen gives women’s immune systems added bite at fighting off infection. The researchers believe women may have evolved a more robust immune system because of their key role in producing and nurturing young. Oestrogen seems to counter an enzyme which blocks the inflammatory process. The researchers […]Read More
Men are more attracted to women at a certain time of the month?
At a certain time of the month, men can smell that women are more attractive. So it’s the time when women are most fertile, and men seem to be biologically programmed to pick up on that. Scientists have had men smell women’s T-shirts and underarm patches, and men consistently rate the women who are ovulating […]Read More
Why The Spinal Cord Is Incredibly Smart
When we are moving, motor circuits in the spinal cord are constantly being barraged by information from sensory receptors in the skin and muscles, telling these circuits what our limbs are doing or what the ground underfoot feels like. –socalpain Cells in the dorsal spinal cord (the back) receive sensory information from the body and […]Read More
Science explains the power of touch
Research shows that physical affection has measurable health benefits. “Stimulating touch receptors under the skin can lower blood pressure and cortisol levels, effectively reducing stress,” Hertenstein says. One study from the University of North Carolina found that women who hugged their spouse or partner frequently (even for just 20 seconds) had lower blood pressure, possibly […]Read More
People with an ‘O’ blood type have more grey matter in their brain?
IRCCS San Camillo Hospital Foundation in Venice, shows that people with an ‘O’ blood type have more grey matter in their brain, which helps to protect against diseases such as Alzheimer’s, than those with ‘A’, ‘B’ or ‘AB’ blood types. The researchers calculated the volumes of grey matter within the brain and explored the differences […]Read More
Eat Right For Your Blood Type
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING DIET PHENOMENON Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo is a noted naturopathic physician, researcher, and lecturer, and the author of the revolutionary Eat Right series. His extensive research and clinical testing of the connection among blood type, health, and disease has garnered international recognition and led to groundbreaking work on many illnesses. […]Read More
Science: Women can exercise longer than men?
Research has shown, for example, that women retain more strength in their legs after running a marathon or cycling for a long period of time. Ladies, you now have some science-backed bragging rights: Women can exercise for longer than men before getting tired, according to a new scientific review. If men and women fatigue differently, they […]Read More
The Science Of Smiling Release Stress
SMILING is undoubtedly the world’s most powerful human gesture. It’s also a very strong act, as it is scientifically known to change your mood and increase your feelings of happiness. Experiencing this positivity sends signals from the cerebral cortex; which specializes in thought and action, to the brain stem; which functions in the control of […]Read More
The feeling of rejection in the brain
Brain Scans Show Rejection Really Hurts. Romantic rejection, causes physical pain, according to a new study of brain activity. Now MRI brain scans of people jilted in real life show “activation in brain areas that are actually tied to the feeling of pain,” said study co-author Edward Smith, a psychologist at Columbia University in New York […]Read More
Why exercise is good for the brain
Working out keeps your brain young, suggests a new study from Columbia University and the University of Miami. The benefits of physical exercise, especially aerobic exercise, have positive effects on brain function on multiple fronts, ranging from the molecular to behavioral level. According to a study done by the Department of Exercise Science at the […]Read More
DNA & Your Unconscious Mind
Why do we find certain people more attractive than others? Have you heard it said “you can’t help who you’re attracted to?” while it might be true, your unconscious mind is making DNA level decisions for you. Why do we find symmetry to be more attractive? Dr.Gancstead says it may have to do with oxidative […]Read More
Science explains the benefits of kissing?
1- It lowers our blood pressure? Because our lips are made up of blood vessels, kissing can lower blood pressure by dilating them and therefore allowing blood to flow to the vital organs. 2- Kissing helps get rid of headaches? Kissing helps your body produce endorphins and endorphins make you happy. -favim.com 3- Immune System […]Read More
Scientists explains why women of color ages 10 to 20 years slower
Do YOU have the younger gene? Scientists identify genetic recipe that knocks years off our age – and you’re twice as likely to have it if you are black. Harvard scientists led a study involving almost one million people with private genetic database 23andMe and found one in ten white and a fifth of black […]Read More
Science: Intelligence comes from a woman’s X chromosome?
A mother’s genetics determines how clever her children are, according to researchers, and the father makes no difference. Women are more likely to transmit intelligence genes to their children because they are carried on the X chromosome and women have two of these, while men only have one. –Eve biting the apple? Laboratory studies using […]Read More
Estrogen gives females softer skin?
Estrogen makes women have soft skin and curves, high lilting voices, and breasts. –Photography by Krishphoto. Model Tyrie Rudolph. In the skin, estrogens affect skin thickness, wrinkle formation and skin moisture. Estrogens can increase glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), such as Hyaluronic Acid, to maintain fluid balance and structural integrity. They can also increase collagen production in the skin, where […]Read More
Science Explains The Attraction To The Hour Glass Shape
A common aim is to identify specific features that possibly evolved as signals indicating mate breeding potential. Several cross-cultural studies have already determined that men from all countries and from all races tend to find hourglass-shaped women more appealing. Even from ancient times, women with larger, curvier hips have been associated with fertility, and so, strictly […]Read More
Are Black & Mixed Race Women Considered Beautiful In The Media?
But what about women of color? Perkins study of television images showed that black females have been deeply and profoundly affected by the politics of skin color, hair texture, and facial features. Their feelings related to self worth, intelligence, success, and attractiveness are warped by what appears to the greater society as benign and arbitrary […]Read More
Women Outperform Men When Identifying Emotions?
Evolutionary psychologists have suggested that females, because of their role as primary caretakers, are wired to quickly and accurately decode or detect distress in preverbal infants or threatening signals from other adults to enhance their chances at survival. –Models Ebony Anderberg, Malika & Chelsea Dleah. Women are better than men at distinguishing between emotions, especially fear and disgust, […]Read More
What is happening inside your brain when you feel hatred?
Hate involves both the interior, primitive parts of the brain? Our capacity for intense dislike of others of our species may date back as far as 150,000 years. When subjects saw someone they hated, most of the frontal cortex remained active. The more intensively a person said that he or she hated another person, the […]Read More
Science Explains How Poverty Changes Your Brain?
Poverty-related concerns consume mental resources Poverty Impedes Cognitive Function. The poor often behave in less capable ways, which can further perpetuate poverty. We hypothesize that poverty directly impedes cognitive function and present two studies that test this hypothesis.” Burden of Poverty Lacking money or time can lead one to make poorer decisions, possibly because poverty imposes […]Read More
Sequencing My Genome
For privacy reasons I will not post my specific genetic variations but will share & summarize some pretty interesting facts… 1 – Intelligence; longevity a May 2014 paper suggests this variant improves intelligence. Has higher cranial capacity. Another IQ gene? Better intracranial volume? Slightly increased lifespan? This is a well known longevity gene. Longer telomeres, […]Read More
Model: Kiana Alexis
Nationality: American Ethnicity: Mix heritage. She is 5’8 1/2 Ft tall with grey eyes. Quote: I was confronted by comments from family and schoolmates, taunting me for my low weight, my thick eyebrows, big hair, and my skin color (to some I wasn’t white enough, to others I wasn’t black enough) and after a while […]Read More
African Shaolin Kung Fu Kids
These kids are orphans, raised and trained by Taiwanese (Taiwan) monks in Malawi country in Africa. Founded by Taiwan-born Dharma Master Hui Li (慧禮) The 55-year-old Taiwan man, who is also known as the “African monk” for his dedication to the continent, has made it his lifelong mission to raise funds to build care centers […]Read More
African apprentices learn KungFu at Shaolin Temple
20 African apprentices graduate from China’s Shaolin Temple … Practicing martial arts, conducting physical exercises, sitting in Zen meditation and learning Chinese calligraphy, 20 apprentices from Africa have started their three-month training program at Shaolin Temple since early July. The Shaolin Temple, built in the late 5th century and located in central China’s Henan Province, […]Read More
Mankind could turn to geoengineering to solve our problems with the environment
“NASA is playing God, its making its own weather” – Jeremy Clarkson, heads to Mississippi where NASA test their Space Shuttle solid rocket boosters, consuming half a million gallons of fuel. During this test NASA manage to create artificial clouds. –From BBC Top Gear Quote: Now the most amazing thing is that back cloud out […]Read More
Is it possible to inherit our ancestors’ memories?
After years of our ancestors trauma, how do we reconstruct ourselves? –thefuturesagency Theories that suggest that we can tap into the deep nature of DNA to uncover ancient memories are not new. In the 1960s, some psychological researchers claimed that there may be keys that unlock our DNA, revealing experiences of generations of our relatives […]Read More
Model: Adeola Ariyo
Nationality: British Ethnicity: She hails from Lagos, Nigeria but has a mixed heritage, born to a Ghanaian mother and Nigerian father. Ms. Ariyo is the first African brand ambassador for Elizabeth Arden’s cosmetics. She was first discovered after participating in the continental model search Face of Africa in 2005, where she was a top five finalist. Adeola’s modeling […]Read More
Model: Bianca Koyabe
Nationality: (Johannesburg) South African Ethnicity: African. GLAMOUR: How did winning South Africa Swimsuit influence your life and career? Bianca: Winning South African Swimsuit (Now known as World Swimsuit South Africa) gave me that extra bit of confidence. It gave me the feeling that I can actually be a really good model. I also learnt that […]Read More
Why some men can’t handle rejection?
Buzzfeed writer Grace Spelman publicized Harry Potter fanboy and (more disconcertingly) Feminspire co-founder Benjamin Schoan’s online flirtation-turned-aggression toward her. In response to a series of tweet and a flirtatious Facebook message Schoan sent her way, Spelman told him she had a boyfriend and wished him well. But as many other women online and IRL have […]Read More