A year ago, we witnessed a shift in education, when most offline classes were replaced with online classes, and nothing terrible happened. Especially when it came to additional education for high school students and adults. Ten or even five years ago, such a transition would have been painful due to the low bandwidth of the Internet for streaming and the lack of habit of regular consumption of content in this format.
Friends assure you that you look normal or even good, but you refuse to believe it and demand to delete the picture. In fact, everything is simple.
Scientists at Imperial College London, based on the results of mass tests of COVID-19 patients, registered a decrease in cognitive functions. A somnologist from the First Sechenov Moscow State Medical University warned about the need to get enough sleep after vaccination. All vaccination points in Russia appeared on Google Maps. Scientists from Imperial College London have shown that communication with trees improves cognitive functions in children and adolescents.
It doesn't matter if you want to become a professional musician or just plan to find a new creative hobby, technology can help you with this. You just need to choose the appropriate applications and do not miss classes.
Do we imagine how our brain works? Lying works as a behavior model. All the behaviors embedded in our brain were formed back when we existed in nature and were part of its food chains.
Students always came up with a way to cheat and cheat, and teachers fought and stopped these attempts. But if earlier it was a whole art to sneak in and use cheat sheets or gadgets unnoticed, now it is as easy as it is tempting. And it would even be strange if students did not take advantage of such an opportunity that distance learning gives them.
Many people drink warm chamomile tea before going to bed to relax. But does it really work?
500 microorganisms live on 10 square centimeters of the toilet seat: a little E. coli, a pinch of staphylococci, fungus and mold. On the one hand, it's a hell of a lot, on the other — there are even dirtier places. Scientists from the Public Health and Safety Organization have estimated that there are 360,000,000 microorganisms in one gram of a kitchen sponge, and 2,500,000 of them on a toothbrush. Are you already nervously spraying with a sanitizer? Take your time. Here are some of the dirtiest places in your home.
Scientists have been struggling for years to unravel the secret of why a person is initially born right—handed or left-handed - and why their ratio is so unequal.
Today, manufacturers of smart watches continue to actively work on improving the function of heart rate tracking and determining whether a person has atrial fibrillation, although they admit that the notifications of the watch may be inaccurate. Together with the doctor Alexander Borisovich Romanov, a cardiovascular surgeon and doctor of medical sciences, we understand why manufacturers of smart bracelets pay special attention to atrial fibrillation, what types of arrhythmias there are and why it is important to monitor your heart rhythm.