Rice is an extremely useful, basic food. But, there are many ways rice can be used outside the kitchen too. Here are 7 alternative uses for rice.
Oxford scientists demonstrate how spider webs are superbly tuned instruments for vibration transmission; relaying information on prey, potential mates and web condition. Matthew Stock reports. Credit to Reuters.
H2O is everywhere and the most important substance on Planet Earth, yet we still take it for granted. Here's a few tips and a reminder to celebrate the many gifts of clean water. Presented by http://Larger.life, videos for inspiration, personal growth and conscious living.
Better health and longevity can be found by eating more plants. And we can reduce pollutants and animal suffering. Watch and learn as we share nuggets of wisdom from Shelly Detken, Nutrition Educator, Plant-Based Food Specialist, and blogger at Plantiful Wellness. Presented by http://Larger.life, videos for inspiration, personal growth and conscious living.
Alzheimer's is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease that affects some 44 million people around the world. In addition to its debilitating effects, Alzheimer's is also associated with a lot of stigma, so your family members or friends might be inclined to hide the truth from you. Watch this informative video to learn about 10 signs that someone is suffering from Alzheimer's: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22920
Eating fruit is important for our overall health and wellbeing. They provide us with a wealth of vitamins and help improve our digestion. From a nutritional standpoint, fruits are particularly great sources of fiber, potassium, vitamin C and folate. They help prevent disease, lower rates of heart disease and stroke, and reduce high blood pressure. So, be sure to save this list because, as you're about to see, the solution to most of our health problems can be solved with a simple fruit snack. http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22849
Our brain can do really amazing things. A lot of its abilities remain a mystery, but nowadays scientists learn more and more of its secrets and have even found ways to “cheat” it. Here are 7 of them: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22825
BioDigital Systems created this 3D animation to show how a heart attack occurs. Video Credit: BioDigital Human - www.biodigital.com
If you have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or you are at risk of developing it, here are 8 foods you can eat to naturally improve your blood sugar levels: See more at: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22798 Images: Deposit photos
What happens when you pour molten aluminum onto mayonnaise? Lots of FIRE! You won't believe what happens!
The human brain works in ways we can’t even begin to comprehend. These 10 amazing facts about how music affects and even alters your brain will give you a fascinating insight into your own mind. www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22784
Check out this guy pour molten aluminum onto an XBOX 360. You won't believe how it reacts!
The brain regulates every single movement your body makes, from raising your arms in the air to walking in a straight line and blinking your eyes. So take care of it, learn about 10 super foods that can help fight off mental illnesses, increase memory power and keep your brain healthier. bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22760
Your knees take a pounding every day. So what can you do to care for them. Here are 8 do's and don'ts to maintain healthy knees. See more at: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22737 Images: Depositphotos.com
What if a battery lasted forever? Could it power a car? Could it power your home? Could it power change? At the University of California, Irvine, we’re counting on it. UCI chemistry student Mya Le Thai has developed a technology that could potentially help a battery hold unlimited charges. While experimenting in the lab, she made a remarkable discovery that will have a huge impact on future energy consumption. By coating the gold nanowires in a thin gel, the filaments of the capacitor retain their properties under hundreds of thousands of charges. Call it a hunch. Call it a happy accident. We call it the Power of I. Credit to 'UC Irvine'.
People often expect a heart attack to be dramatic like it is in the movies, but the reality tends to be different and can even go unnoticed. Here are the tell-tale signs and symptoms of a heart attack: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22675
You'll have your mind BLOWN when you learn about these amazing coffee facts.
Reducing our carbohydrate intake is not as hard as it may seem. Find out what healthier alternatives you can make here. See more at: http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22658
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has radar vision that allows it to peer through the haze that surrounds Saturn's largest moon, Titan. This video focuses on Shangri-la, a large, dark area on Titan filled with dunes. The long, linear dunes are thought to be comprised of grains derived from hydrocarbons that have settled out of Titan's atmosphere. Cassini has shown that dunes of this sort encircle most of Titan's equator. Scientists can use the dunes to learn about winds, the sands they're composed of, and highs and lows in the landscape. The radar image was obtained by the Cassini Synthetic Aperture radar (SAR) on July 25, 2016, during the mission's 122nd targeted Titan encounter. Credit: NASA
Did you know our sour, citrusy friends are actually pretty cool to us? You won't believe how powerfully good a lemon can be for you!
Psychology, whether it's your cup of tea or not, opens doors to interesting characteristics and traits about human beings and their minds. The facts below, will shed some light on how you view the world, and how better to understand people around you. Let's take a look at 10 astounding facts about the human mind and psychology. http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22622
Kinetic Sand is a three-dimensional building toy made of 98% sand and 2% polydimethylsiloxane that mimics the physical properties of wet sand. This will be the most relaxing video you see all day!
While we all enjoy a piece of grilled steak every now and then, how you cook your steak may have an impact on your health. Watch this video and find out what the health risks of a well-done steak are. See more at http://www.ba-bamail.com/content.aspx?emailid=22531
Cameras outside the International Space Station captured spectacular views Aug. 30 from 257 miles above the Earth of three powerful tropical systems churning across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. In order, Hurricane Lester is seen as it moves westward across the Pacific packing winds of 125 miles an hour. It is followed by video of Hurricane Madeline as it moved westerly across the Pacific as well, with winds in excess of 130 miles an hour. Both storms were on a track that could threaten the big island of Hawaii in the days ahead. Lastly, the station cameras captured a view of Hurricane Gaston as it churned across the open Atlantic with winds of 100 miles an hour. Credit: NASA Johnson
Ever wonder what happens if you soak a McDonald's Big Mac in sulfuric acid? Look no further. Today we poured sulfuric acid on the McDonald's Big Mac cheeseburger and the results were surprising. We originally through the big mac would dissolve into a giant pile of mush. Turns out the sulfuric acid a