A study of cancer patients in Washington has revealed that cancer patients were twice as likely to file for bankruptcy as people without cancer. The study found that young people with cancer experienced the highest bankruptcy rates about 10 times more compared to cancer patients among old age groups.
Scientists from NASA are now planning to send a spy satellite to Mars in order to monitor the surface of the planet and its moons.
Also, the satellite will help the researchers to examine the surface of Mars for the missions that are planned in the future. The telescope will consist of three main components and these are an imaging spectral mapper, a high-resolution imager and an ultraviolet spectrometer.
As per a new study done by the researchers from University of British Columbia (UBC), normal habitats of fishes are moving seeking cooler places as the oceans are growing warmer due to climate change.
Researchers have recently found from their research that retirement can have some drastic effects upon a person's health.
Above are the findings drawn by the researchers from the Institute of Economic Affairs. Experts have found in their work that retirement can cause damage to both mental as well as physical health of the person.
According to the recently submitted reports of a watchdog, number of `altruistic' organ donors has seen a good rise in last one year.
The above confirmations came from the Human Tissue Authority, which mentioned clearly in its report that in the last year, more people have come forward to give one of their organs to a complete stranger.
The researchers from the University of Missouri found that an individual can be successful in his trials of being happier especially if the mission to be accomplished is backed by cheery music. It suggested that listening to cheery and upbeat music turns people happier.
According to scientists, each human has 100 billion km of total DNA. It is enough to reach the sun and come back 300 times. However, less than two percent of 3.3 billion nucleotides of human genome are coded while remaining
98% are non-coding in nature and called as "junk DNA".
But, scientists from the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology have found that all of the non-coding part is not junk.