According to a breakthrough revelation, children with married parents have reduced chances of getting obese. The research, which was carried out by a group of researchers from Rice University in Houston and the University of Houston, has performed comparative analysis.
Former month witnessed a company, Mars One, accepting applications from people to become the permanent human settlers on the planet Mars. More than 78,000 people replied to the applications to grab the chance of getting a one way ticket to the Red-Planet, where their new life will be telecasted on TV channels.
Biosecurity Queensland has said the country may have to adopt whatever protocol Queensland devises to tackle Australian bat lyssavirus outbreaks in horses. According to reports, two horses are believed to have contacted the bat-borne virus on a property near Allora in Southern Queensland. The horses had to be put down earlier this month.
Calls have been made to spread awareness about dementia. Thousands of people living across Wales are battling the condition without getting the required amount of help.
Reports suggested that about 17,000 people in Wales have been diagnosed with the condition. However, twice of the people are not aware of the fact that they are suffering from the condition.
A report `State of Nature' is compiled by 25 wildlife organizations that did assessment of 3,148 species. The report suggests that 60% species of animals and plants got decline in last 50 years. The conservationists are of the view that the results will help them, predict the future of 59,000 species in UK.
Despite being known to everyone that water is life, far too few understand the roles of trees, plants and other living things in ensuring clean and fresh water. This has led to destruction of wet lands that once played a vital role in cleaning water and preventing floods, said scientists and activists.
According to Sky & Telescope, Jupiter, Venus and Mercury are coming together in the tightest grouping to take place until 2021. Presently, all there are visible to the naked eye, allowing the most amateur of stargazers to observe the coalescence of the celestial bodies over the next week.
The world will celebrate the International Biodiversity Day tomorrow, May 22. The theme for this year is "Water and Diversity". The theme for this year has been chosen in recognition of the United Nations designation of 2013 as the International Year of Water Cooperation.