When it comes to taking prescription drugs, it is important to be educated about the medications and what they do to your body.Here are 6 common mistakes that you could be making.
Whenever a volcano erupts, prior to it the molten rock called magma moves around underneath the surface. According to a recent research, the liquid magma has been found to be very rare limiting the chances of frequent eruptions.
It has long been believed that the human mind can cope with up to seven chunks of information before getting confused, thanks to a research published in 1956 by American psychologist George Miller. Miller called it the "magic" number. He argued in his paper published in the influential journal Psychological Review, that seven was the maximum number of chunks of information a human can store in his brain, before confusion sets in. However, a new study by a leading Australian psychiatrist challenges this long-held view, suggesting the number might actually be four, Medical Xpress reports.