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Melodrama Classic Film Genre Makes Useful Cinematography Study
By admin On Sunday, December 15th, 2019

Melodrama Classic Film Genre Makes Useful Cinematography Study

Melodrama came to its peak in the late 1930s, with King Vidor’s Stella Dallas (1937), and was supreme in the 1940s. It is an important genre not only because of the huge audiences it attracts, but because More...

Feng Shui Your Child's Desk for Better Grades and Study Skills
By admin On Saturday, December 14th, 2019

Feng Shui Your Child’s Desk for Better Grades and Study Skills

Using good feng shui principles and practices can help make homework and study time more productive and efficient for any child. Feng shui consultants and experts like Lillian Too have written books about using More...

By Paul Linus On Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Things to Keep in Mind Before Applying for a Scholarship

So, you have thought of applying for any of the scholarship exams for class 8 online? First, give yourself a pat on the backfor your decision as scholarships are the best way to give your JEE or NEET preparation More...

By Paul Linus On Monday, September 17th, 2018

Human Eyes Have In-Built Night Vision: Study

A new study finds human eyes have in-built night vision mode as the retina changes the hardware as well as software of light sensing cells to make comfortable seeing under starlight and moonlight. Earlier it was More...

By Paul Linus On Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Kids Playing Outdoor Keeps Nearsightedness Away

Risk of nearsightedness can be avoided for your kids if you allow them to play outside as a new study reveals more sunlight will help them to be less likely to need glasses. A new study conducted on vast scale in More...

By Paul Linus On Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Cape Verde Volcano Set Off 800 Ft. Mega-Tsunami 73,000 Yrs Ago: Study

It is well known oceanic volcanoes pose major tsunami threat to coastal regions, but could it set off 800 feet waves is something of concern for scientists. Scientists have uncovered evidence of a massive tsunami More...

By Paul Linus On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

Teens’ Weight Gain Linked To Late Bedtimes

In a new study researchers have found the weight gain among teens may also be due to late bedtimes. The study was conducted by University of California-Berkeley and Columbia University. Data of more than 3,300 teens More...

By Paul Linus On Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

Disturbed Sleep Worse For Mood Compared To Not Getting Enough Sleep: Study

Sleep is an important part of life. It should not be less and also never to be interrupted. A perfect sleeping on regular basis is required for healthy living. In a new study conducted by researchers from Johns More...

By Paul Linus On Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Asian Transport Industry Sees Digital Vulnerability as No. 1 Risk – Willis Towers Watson Study

Asia’s concern over digital vulnerability higher than any other region Digital risks need to be handled at a corporate level Cyber insurance lags behind the fast-evolving nature of such attacks     HONG More...

By Paul Linus On Sunday, July 10th, 2016

e-Cigarettes Harmful To Heart Health In Long-Run: Study

E-cigarettes can harm your heart reveals a new study led by Roberto Carnevale of Sapienza University of Rome in Italy. Details of the study are published in the latest edition of the Chest journal. Researchers conducted More...