(१) आप के रोग रोधी तंत्र को मज़बूती प्रदान करता है मुंहबासी सुबह सवेरे करेले के ज्यूस का नित्य सेवन (आधा कप ज्यूस काफी है ). संक्रमण से मुकाबला करने की आपकी क्षमता में इज़ाफ़ा होता है Bitter gourd के अर्क के इस प्रकार सेवन से।
(२) हरिफलियां (green beans )पोटेशियम का भण्डार हैं। शरीर को कोशिका निर्माण की बेहतर क्षमता प्रदान करती हैं बीन्स।
(३ )मोटे ताज़े नौनिहालों का पूरी नींद न ले पाना उनके लिए दिल की बीमारियों के खतरे बढ़ा सकता है। जो मोटापा ग्रस्त किशोर भरपूर नींद नहीं ले पाते उनके लिए न केवल दिल के रोगों का जोखिम बढ़ सकता है,मधुमेह और आघात (ब्रेन अटेक )के ख़तरे भी बढ़ जाते हैं। एक अध्ययन के यही संकेत हैं हालाकि यह कहना अभी जल्द बाज़ी होगी कि नींद की कमीबेशी कार्डियोमेटाबॉलिक डिज़ीज़ की वजह बनती या मोटापा ही सारे फसाद की जड़ हैं जो नींद से महरूमियत की वजह बनता है। जो हो मोटापा सेहत के लिए ठीक नहीं है।
विशेष :जानते हैं क्या होती है आपकी छींक की रफ़्तार। १६० किलोमीटर प्रतिघंटा ज़नाब। देख लीजिये कहाँ तक विषाणु आप भेज सकते हैं इसलिए कुहनी में मुंह छिपा लीजिये ज़नाब छींकते वक्त।
कसरत मशीने आपके द्वारा खर्च की गई केलोरी का सही ज़ायज़ा नहीं ले पातीं हैं। आपके द्वारा खर्चा की गई केलोरी को बढ़ा चढ़ाके प्रस्तुत करतीं हैं ये एकसर -साइज़ मशीने(१९ % ज्यादा बतलाती हैं )
MEMORY SYSTEM RESEMBLES BEADS ON A STRING
Our memories of actual experiences are like "beads on a string ",say scientists after they discovered how the brain organises sequence of memories.
(४)Men and women do not have different brains, claims neuroscientist
Neuroscientist Prof Gina Rippon claims male and female brains only differ because of the relentless ‘drip, drip, drip’ of gender stereotyping
(५) A new group of antibiotics can bust drug-resistant bugs
Scientists have discovered a new class of antibiotics to fight deadly bacteria such as methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus and other drug-resistant bacteria that threaten public health.
The new class, called oxadiazoles , was discovered by University of Notre Dame researchers led by Mayland Chang and Shahriar Mobashery in silico (by computer ) screening and has shown promise in the treatment of MRSA (methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureusis ) in mouse models.
MRSA is a bacterium that has developed resistance to penicillin and certain other groups of antibiotics . Researchers who screened 1.2 million compounds found that the oxadiazole inhibits a penicillin-binding protein, PBP2a, and the biosynthesis of the cell wall that enables MRSA to resist other drugs.
The oxadiazoles are also effective when taken orally. This is an important feature as there is only one marketed antibiotic for MRSA that can be taken orally, researchers said.
MRSA has become a global public-health problem since the 1960s because of its resistance to antibiotics. Only three drugs currently are effective treatments, and resistance to each of those drugs already exists. The researchers have been seeking a solution to MRSA for years. "As we now understand the mechanisms, we can devise strategies to develop compounds against MRSA," said Chang.
(६)Now, a device to turn water into wine
WASHINGTON: A new machine that can turn water into wine in just three days by simply adding a few other ingredients has been developed.
The Miracle Machine takes only a couple of dollars to make wine that would normally cost at least $20, its makers claim. The fermentation chamber in the machine turns water, grape concentrate , yeast and a finishing powder into wine.
The chamber uses sensors, transducers, heaters and pumps to provide an environment for the primary and secondary fermentation stages. An accompanying app, linked to the Miracle Machine via Bluetooth, tracks the wine's progress. It can be used to select the perfect wine for your taste, telling you which ingredients to purchase in order to make the wine of your choice. The finishing powder has flavours that will allow your wine to taste as if it has been aging for months.
Plant-based sweetener with zero calorie catches on
It can be hard to keep up with all the bad news on sugar — or the smoking of our time as it's rapidly becoming known. It has become this generation's ticking time bomb, leaving a trail of diabetes and obesity in its wake.
Last week, the World Health Organization added its voice to the fray, warning that sugar should make up just 5% of our daily calorie intake, half of what it had previously advised . But help for the sweettoothed — which, given that manufacturers spike even cereals with sugar, means practically everyone — is at hand.
Food science analysts report that salvation lies in a naturally sourced substance called stevia, which has no calories , no carbohydrates, and does not raise blood sugar levels . It comes from a plant that has been used as a sweetener for centuries in Paraguay and Brazil, and has been sold in Japan for years, yet the West has been slow to wake up to its virtues . Stevia-based products have only been approved as food additives since 2008 in the US, and since 2011 in the EU.
A report by Mintel and Leatherhead Food Research predicted that the value of such products, would soar to $275m by 2017 from $110m in 2013.
One drawback is that despite being between 250 and 300 times sweeter than sugar, some people find it has a slightly bitter aftertaste. But companies are getting round this by blending it with — sugar. Tropicana recently launched a juice made with 50% stevia and 50% sugar, halving the number of calories per serving. And Coca-Cola is poised to launch its steviasweetened alternative to Coke across the world. It already sells a version of Sprite that includes stevia.
Laura Jones, an analyst at Mintel, said: "Stevia is definitely the one to watch. It's still early in the innovation process , but it will become more appealing as new variants are released."