If we look life 100 years ago, and compare that with the today’s life, we will notice that Science has dramatically changed human life. According to a paper published in “The Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association,” NK cells play an important role in neutralizing foreign invaders, including pathogenic bacteria, viruses, parasites, and diseased cells in the blood, lymph, tissues, and organs of the human body.
The Iowa researchers say the heliosheath has varied thickness, based on data showing Voyager 1 sailed 10 AU farther than its twin to reach the heliopause, a boundary where the solar wind and the interstellar wind are in balance and considered the crossing point to interstellar space.
Dr. Shivendra Singh, professor of pharmacology and urology at the University of Pittsburg states, “The contribution of diet to cancer risk and prevention has been a major focus of research in recent years because certain nutrients in vegetables and dietary agents appear to protect the body against diseases such as cancer.” Not only are the natural cancer fighting agents found in cauliflower valuable, to say the least, it seems that cauliflower may play a major role in keeping bones healthy.
Science Daily is also an excellent study tool: a custom search function allows readers to do their own research using the site’s extensive archive of stories, topics, articles, videos, images and books. A big contribution of science in our daily life is electricity.
With climate change, plants of the future will consume more water than in the present day, leading to less water available for people living in North America and Eurasia, according to a Dartmouth-led study in Nature Geoscience. Data science uses scientific methods and statistical algorithms to extract valuable insights from the data.