Until recently, researchers believed that neurons were the all-important brain cells controlling mental functions and that the surrounding glial cells were little more than neuron supporters and “glue.”
Articles for Body
A retired high-school teacher has become the first person in New England to receive an artificial heart.
There’s no need to hide it. It’s swimsuit season; we know you’re all on diets. And when you’re watching your weight, it’s only natural to avoid your kitchen.
Exercising before work helps wake you up, gets you mentally prepared for the day, and jump-starts your metabolism, but we can’t all be freak-of-nature morning people.
The end of the age of consumption and the decreasing need for labor are more related than you think. Robots have come to destroy our way of life, just as we saw in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, though not as we expected.
North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) is the most populous state in Germany, with some 18 million inhabitants. And climate change is firmly on the agenda.
by Gulcin Gilbert: The Pink Skies DVD has a terrific quote by one of my favorite directors, Tony Bill, best known for producing the academy award winning film, The Sting.
Life goes on . . . and on, and on . . . for a small, but rapidly-growing number of us. Scientists have yet to discover a genuine fountain of youth.
When I need to “reset” my mood, nothing works better than doing a few “sun salutations.”
It may be time to jettison the notion that robots in the future will have grippers or claws for hands.