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IN Lifestyle ON 28 Jun, 2016
How was your last week? We all hear this question every Monday in office, college or school. Well, have you ever asked these question to yourself, "what did you learn last week?" or "what new you did last week?"
We can't help you answer the latter question, but we can certainly help you to learn some amazing facts which were in the news last week.
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A recent study in Germany on 60 volunteers, monitoring their blood pressure before and after the experiment revealed that listening to Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in g minor lowers the systolic blood pressure.
On beating Romania with 1-0 in Euro Cup 2016, Albanian footballers just got themselves diplomatic passports. Right after their win Albanian Prime Minister announced that their national footballers would get diplomatic passports.
Inthe ancient era (around 5000 years ago), people used a picture language called "cuneiform." One tablet found in the city of Uruk (modern day Iraq) from that era, we can see a human head drinking from a canonical vessel - means beer.
May be these tablets were just used as a part of barter system to get food in those times.
A recent study revealed that some clever mother bears are settling near human population to protect their cubs from wild animals. These moms have somehow figured out that humans help them to safeguard against infanticide.
A new study found the attitude about gender roles and body image and these little dolls are affecting the kids. This study on nearly 200 kids found that heavy exposure to Disney Princess culture is related to female-stereotypical behavior in girls.
Though there's nothing wrong is girls being too girly but a chase for an unattainable beauty can lead to misery.
Yes, it is happening at a popular bathing spot near Glen Esk, Scotland. These kites steal the underwear from this bathing spot and build their nest with it.
And, the evidence was found in their nest.
A recent study found that an 80,000-year-old female whale "Eve" was the mother of all the sperm whales alive today.
Shrinking social circles is not only human's trait, but monkeys also follow the same train, a recent in Germany revealed.
A recent scientific discovery revealed that our body genes can live upto four days even after our demise.
So you have learned nine new things from the last week.
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