A Departmental Store In Japan To Review Plans About Menstruation Badges

In Japan, a woman’s health store is apparently reviewing a program for staff to wear badges when they are menstruating. The so-called “physiology badge” shows an animated character named Seiri Chan, a representation of menstruation in the third-largest economy globally. It was expected that the badges will help cultivate sympathy amongst co-workers, with those opting… Continue reading A Departmental Store In Japan To Review Plans About Menstruation Badges

A Model Created To Cram Internal States Might Help Inspect Human Behavior

If an attractive individual approaches you then would you ogle, shy away, smile, ignore, or approach the person is quite unpredictable. As it totally depends on one’s internal state comprises of the present state of mind, previous experiences, and other variables that the people watching cannot see. The neuroscientists from Princeton have been trying to… Continue reading A Model Created To Cram Internal States Might Help Inspect Human Behavior

Skipping Morning Meal Associated To Lower GCSE Grades

According to new research in Yorkshire, students who not very often ate breakfast on school days gained lower GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) grades compared to those who often ate breakfast. The scientists from the UL (University of Leeds) for the first time showed a connection between consuming breakfast and GCSE score for secondary… Continue reading Skipping Morning Meal Associated To Lower GCSE Grades

Parents Using Marijuana Might Increase Addiction Possibility Amongst Kids

In a recent study carried out at Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital the scientists highlighted the possibility of marijuana, alcohol, tobacco, and even opioids misuse addictions in children whose parents use marijuana. The research can be accessed in the journal JAMA Network. The Lead Author of this study, Bertha Madras, and her associates reported that… Continue reading Parents Using Marijuana Might Increase Addiction Possibility Amongst Kids

Drug Substance Abuse In Pregnancy Induce Diabetes In Kids Later Life

The statistics show that 5–10% of mothers in the U.S. intake psychostimulants—like cocaine, amphetamine, or methamphetamine—during pregnancy. Despite the negative consequences on the developing brain, several babies were born from drug-abusing mothers having imbalanced blood glucose levels, which statistically impacts more female newborns. The study was based upon observations in people and was carried in… Continue reading Drug Substance Abuse In Pregnancy Induce Diabetes In Kids Later Life