Severe pain makes us vomit. Yeah, it’s possible that severe pain makes us vomit…And the reasons severe pain makes us vomit is because your body and its nervous system are acting on high alert. Severe pain makes us vomit but the scientists are facing difficulties in finding mechanism links of severe pain and vomit.
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You sweat when you do some sort of exercise like running, workout, etc. And you know that as soon as you start running or working out, your sweat rolls down from your body. Things happen because there may be one or more purposes. So, what is the unique […]
You stare at the night sky and you see million billions of twinkling stars. You see thousands of stars without the help of telescope and those are the ones that are closest to the earth. The milky way is the home of the Earth which are very big […]
What happens to your body when you eat banana? Bananas are one of the most popular fruit among the fruit’s world. Bananas have the incredible worldwide popularity that they are grown more than 150 countries and they represent the fourth most valuable crop. Bananas have many positive effects […]
Battery tastes sour but most adults recommend you not to taste any batteries by sticking it with your tongue because as you will cause acute tissue damage to your mouth. When you touch the battery with your tongue, you might feel shocked and might have noticed the battery tastes […]
Why Can’t Some Birds Fly?…… Though the common ancestor of all modern birds could fly, many different bird species have independently lost their flight. The cassowary is one of approximately 60 living species of flightless birds. They include some species of duck and all species of penguin, secretive […]
Good people do bad things because they normally do good things. This is known as moral licensing or self-licensing. They do bad things because they decide that they deserve something as they have been good. when an action is morally ambiguous your history of doing good things can […]
Each of our brain cells could work like a mini-computer, according to the first recording of electrical activity in human cells at a super-fine level of detail. The study has revealed a key structural difference between human and mouse neurons that could help explain our superior powers of intelligence. […]
According to the new study which was published on this week on Frontiers, conclude that dogs understand some of the words we humans are using. The researchers analyze dogs inside a fMRI scanner and they found showing different brain patterns in the pooches when they hear words they’ve heard before, […]