According to researchers even sleep can help one to learn

It is not difficult to learn a new piece of information, like a new word or a new phone number but quite difficult to get one's brain to store the information so that it is available when that person needs it.

Researches from York and Harvard Medical School had published a new study in the Journal of Neuroscience where they have claimed that sleep might help one to learn new information as well as store it in the brain.

It has been found out by those scientists that sleep can help one person to remember newly learned information and store that in the brain's dictionary.


Risk of colds get reduced if one stays physically fit

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Physically fit people are less likely to catch cold or even if they catch colds it is a milder one. A new study team consisting of a team of scientists stated these facts.

The hiding spots of cancer cells have been found out by scientists

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It has been found out by scientists that a few number of cancer cells can manage to get away form the chemotherapy by hiding them in the thymus. Immune cells mature in thymus, an organ.

Women can retrieve their life after breast cancer

One expert has come with offers for suffering breast cancer patients for retrieving their lives and maintaining good health as the month of October is being observed as the Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The director of bio behavioral sciences and co-director of the survivorship program that is happening at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Karen Syrjala, elucidated upon both the long lasting physical as well as emotional concerns cropped up from the battle with cancer.