“Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War” by Mary Roach – A review

Grunt- The Curious Science of Humans at War Mary Roach

Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War” is one of the best-selling books developed on the curiosity of Mary Roach. She has also written books (curiosities) including “Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers” – a best-seller having hilarious exploration of human cadavers. The book, a kind of investigative journalism, has humorously and compassionately described the world of military scientists and their struggle to make every combat more survivable for fighters and soldiers. Read More …

An eBook on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) for cancer

Cover letter for "Brief list of CAM strategies to Prevent and Treat Cancer"
Cover letter for “Brief list of CAM strategies to Prevent and Treat Cancer”

Brief list of CAM strategies to Prevent and Treat Cancer” is a little eBook to know about the complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) treatments that can be used in cancer. Complementary medicine is used along with mainstream medicine (i.e. to support the mainstream cancer treatment such as chemotherapy or surgery). On the other hand, alternative medicine is used without mainstream medicine such as some plants or their products as, for example, products obtained from ginger or Madagascar Periwinkle. Read More …

2nd Edition of an eBook on Cancer Research (CRIQS)

Cancer - Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions (CRIQS) [2nd Edition] - cover page

Cancer – Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions (CRIQS) [2nd Edition] – cover page

2nd edition of a Cancer research ebook, “Cancer – Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions (CRIQS) [2nd Edition]” has been published on Amazon Kindle. This eBook is helpful for researchers as well as other people from medical professions. Read More …

Science shows part of brain having an important role in violence

Science shows part of brain having an important role in violence
Figure showing the ventrolateral part (presented in green) of the ventromedial hypothalamus (circled area) in the brain of a mouse, where aggressive motivations build up suddenly before acts of violence and bullying.
(Credit: Images courtesy of Nature Neuroscience)

Main Point:

Violence and aggression is found to be related to a component of hypothalamus in the brain. Read More …