It's something I had thought about for quite a while and was left in awe of when I pondered deep enough. We're all one tiny part of a huge, ever-expanding universe - one we have only discovered a very tiny portion of. A seemingly never-ending Russian doll - each part fitting perfectly in its place… Continue reading Life is Like a Russian Doll
I recently started watching Once Upon a Time and I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised by how much I got into it (I mean, it's full of happy endings and who doesn't love those?!) If you're not familiar with the plot, here's a quick summary: Emma Swan has been a lone-wolf her entire life until… Continue reading What is Self-Efficacy and Why is it Important?
Tendons and ligaments are specialized fibrous tissues that connect bone to muscle and bone to bone respectively (Tozer and Duprez, 2005). They are made up of fibroblasts that produce large amounts of extracellular matrix, giving rise to dense hypocellular structures. During embryonic development, tendon and cartilage cells originate from mesodermal compartments, whereas details in the… Continue reading Do sports injuries have a genetic basis?
"And the Lord inspired the bee, saying: "take your habitations in the mountains and in the trees and in what they erect. Then, eat of all fruits and follow the ways of your Lord made easy (for you)". There comes forth from their bellies a drink of varying colour wherein is healing for men. Verily… Continue reading Honey (Sunnah Food Series #1)
I came across this great talk by Susan Cain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0KYU2j0TM4 I can personally relate. There always seems to be a constant demand for people to be outgoing, talkative, loud, have connections from all over the place, be ready to accept every invitation that comes our way... the list goes on. Which is all very well for… Continue reading The Power of Introverts
Something a little different for this one. Here I have presented a systematic literature review about the relationship between light and sleep cycles. I know the layout is a little bit unorthodox as far as scientific research goes, but please bear with it. I'm hoping to do more of these so feedback/advice would be really appreciated.… Continue reading How Does Light Affect Sleep Cycles in Mammals?
It's been a while... Mortality in cancer is typically determined by the metastatic nature of the disease i.e. the disease becomes more lethal as it spreads throughout the body, whereas the primary tumor can be treated by being surgically removed. For this reason, more than one method of treatment is usually required to treat… Continue reading CAR T-cell Therapy
An article I came across on New Scientist about the scary clown incidents inspired me to write this post. It got me thinking about how big of an influence the internet really is, especially with regards to what people choose to share and the trends that emerge - vines, pranks, challenges. I went over quite… Continue reading “Pop-Culture”: An Insight Into Humour and Reward