Review: Oasis (The Last Humans Book 1) by Dima Zales

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A book review of   “Oasis (The Last Humans Book 1)”  by Dima Zales The beginning of Oasis: The Last Humans starts quite abruptly with Theo, the main character, talking to his “delusion”, a voice named Pheo that nobody else hears. What she says makes Theo realise that there are things […]

Music Makes Your Brain Healthier and Function Better

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Your Brain On Music – Measurably Healthier, Enhanced Functionality During the past decade, clinical research has revealed a great deal about how playing a musical instrument affects the brain. This is an activity that produces measurable differences in brain function and even form. Taking lessons and regularly playing a musical instrument offers […]

Life Lessons from George Washington Carver

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George Washington Carver was a botanist and scientist in the late 1800s and lectured at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. For 47 years he taught there, lecturing on various methods of crop rotation and improving the soil in areas which were heavily cultivated in cotton. He had a great passion […]

Could the Brains of Cockroaches Save Your Life?

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Cockroaches could be the next best thing for treating bacteria infections. Powerful antibiotic properties have been discovered in the brains of cockroaches and locusts. These antioxidants are reported to be able to kill more than 90% of bacteria without harming human cells. Medical researchers discovered nine different chemicals in the […]