8. Green Tea The last remedy on this list that can give you relief from a lip pimple is green tea. Loaded with powerful antioxidants, this natural remedy can treat the infection and give you a good relief from the inflammation. … [Read more...] about Easy And Effective Remedies To Get Rid Of Lip Pimple
Green tea boosts metabolism
2. Deep Breathing exercises Deep breathing exercises (DBE) slow down the heart rate and normalise the breathing rhythm. It also helps lower the stress and tensions of the day. DBE shuts out distractions and helps a person focus on breathing. This calms and relaxes the body and mind, thus helps to sleep faster. It is suggested to perform DBE for 10-15 minutes, at least two hours before sleep. … [Read more...] about What Are The Best Exercises To Sleep Better?
So, Europeans took their colorful wares to places that would treasure them. West Africans had been using cloth as currency for centuries, and early European merchants learned they could trade colorful cloth for slaves. Europeans took colorful textiles and pigments from places like India, Southeast Asia, and Mexico and traded them for African slaves, many of whom were put to work producing more dyestuffs, like indigo. … [Read more...] about There’s Nothing Neutral about Neutral Colors
Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a common mental health condition, affecting an estimated 16 million adults in the United States each year. Fortunately, depression can be treated; unfortunately, however, depression is deeply variegated, with a myriad of possible combinations of symptoms, making pinpointing the right course of treatment a challenge. The frequently used Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HRSD) has 21 categories of symptoms, including depressed mood, self-critical, suicidal thoughts, trouble sleeping, agitation, worrying, physical anxiety, appetite changes, and energy loss. This prognostic Stanford study directly addresses this challenge. … [Read more...] about AI May Help Predict How Depression Symptoms Respond to Treatment
A spiking neuronal network (SNN) consisting of 100 neurons (80 percent excitatory, 20 percent inhibitory) and 7,700 synapses was used in the study. The team utilized the artificial spiking neural network (SNN) to create neural activity to mimic a biological neuronal network (BNN) that were then encoded in real-time into patterns of blue-light. … [Read more...] about New Neuroscience Study Accelerates Bionic Brain Potential