Do mobile phones cause brain cancer? This debate has been going on for years and yet no definite conclusion had been drawn. As of 2016, there have been more than […]
A postgraduate in Neuroscience from the University of Calcutta. Loves watching movies, reading Agatha Christie novels, gorging on food and surfing the web to see how science is making news.
WNTD or World No Tobacco Day is an initiative started by the WHO in 1987 to encourage a 24-hour abstinence from all forms of tobacco all around the globe. This […]
Happiness is conquering depression. Time and again we have been told that happiness and depression runs in our genes. But do they really run in families? Are they genetic? Seems like an […]
The first large scale screening in zebrafish helped biologists at the California Institute of Technology to identify a gene Neuromedin U (Nmu) which leads to severe insomnia when overactivated. Sleep is […]
Research is first evidence that brain structure implicated in depression may be inherited Girl- I hate my moods, they never ask permission before they change. Science- If you suffer from […]
Growth retardation, short stature, microcephaly (abnormally small head size), vision problems, impaired nervous system, abnormal photosensitivity and premature ageing are the basic symptoms that characterise the rare neurodegenerative disorder Neill-Dingwall […]