Life & Style

Research Show Homosexuality is Biological

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Scientists did not find “gay strands” in human DNA in the course of getting answers on how homosexuality is formed.  It does get passed on to family members suggesting hereditary nature but traits are not always acquired through genes. Researchers at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) say that the answer may…

Being “single” on Valentine’s Day

DISCLAIMER: the author does not intend to offend those in favour of “the day” as the following article is just a mere reflection of a “single” person’s sentiments and is hence only targeted towards them. Time for some therapeutic catharsis!! Life is good; there’s not much to worry about, apart from project deadlines, assignment submissions,…

Why Do People Overeat?

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People eat when they feel the pangs of hunger or when they are in a party mode. However, there are those who frequently eat more which leads them to obesity or suffer from other health problems. One of the possible reasons why people head to the fridge is because of their personality. Each person has…

Courtship Customs Around the Globe

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Hollywood movies have taught the world the dating customs in America which has eradicated courtship among the young singles.  In some countries, the dating traditions have endured the changing times.  Here are a few of the dating customs that perk up romance in other cultures. Japan has one of the strictest customs when it comes…

Top Most Dangerous Habits

You are what you do. Our habits define who we are; they draw the periphery in which resides our true self – our real disposition. They become a part of our being, so much so that our habits come naturally to us. As Agatha Christie very aptly puts it: “Curious things, habits. People themselves never…

Are you suffering from a phobia?

  Many of do not realize but we do suffer from one or more psychological ailment which effects our life in many, many different ways. In many societies either psychological ailments are not considered important or other wise are considered a taboo. Many a times we simply ignore them and fail to recognize how important…

How to know who your best friend is

Friends are one of the most important things in a person’s life. They are the ones who support us in things which we cannot share with our family. Many people now days have some friends that they consider their family. The other day I was in my history class, completely bored out of my mind.…

Top most highest paid actress from 2010-2011

Actors are people who act to be someone else for your entertainment. They give us what we want. There are amazing actresses in the world and they get paid very nicely for their work. These are the actresses who were most paid during the years 2010-2011. The first highest paid actress is Sandra Bullock, she…

How to choose the right curtains!

Curtains are a need of every household and with changing times styles in curtains have also changed. there are a few tips about how to choose curtains for your window. First of all, choose a color which matches the walls and furniture. Also, choose a color with which you can easily add in more accessories.…

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

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In 1736, Benjamin Franklin stated that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, referring to the importance of fire prevention in the time when fires were destroying Philadelphia. The saying can be applied to many other fields, but nowadays it is mainly used to highlight the importance of prevention in the field…

Is trance just noise or much more

In the beginning of every person’s life, every song sounds good, every beat feels incredible but sooner or later a person reaches a point in their life where every word in a song is meaningful and at that point only the words are enough as they describe their life or are telling the same thing…

How and why to avoid trips to the saloons

It’s not always important to go to the saloon, there are things you can make and do at home easily. Almost everyone goes to saloons for a facial or a manicure. This is not hard and can easily be done at home, more than that it will be much cheaper than going to a saloon.…

THE LAST LECTURE

The writer behind the most memorable and unforgettable “LAST LECTURE” by Randy Pausch lost his life in a car accident. Jeffrey Zaslow was a former columnist for The Wall Street Journal and former advice columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. Article publié pour la première fois le 11/02/2012