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Interesting Science Q&A

Postby ChloeMica » Wed Sep 14, 2016 2:21 am

The research from academic community in science Q&A is endless, the research is beyond the information science, communication, sociology, computer science, as well as some other fields. Clearly, medical science has kept gaining ground on the most dreaded conditions, which means further research advances like cell adhesion peptides could be significant for social progress to a large degree. Thus, related science Q&A might attract increasing concerns in public.

1. When will people lose the ability to learn new words?
The latest research shows that people around the age of 60 began to lose the ability to learn new words. However, on the other hand, the stage is relatively late while compared with some other skills, such as the stage that begins to lose the ability to remember looks of strangers (mainly 20 years old) and interpret other emotions (40 years old).

2. What’s the function of zebra’s stripes?
In terms of those black and white stripes on a zebra, there are many assumptions, such as repelling mosquitoes, creating visual illusion for predators, facilitating mutual recognition, as well as regulating body temperature among similar partners. Biologist Brenda from the University of California has found that the higher the temperature is, the denser the zebra’s stripes could be. Since the heat absorption of black is higher than that of white, the difference can be produced to play the role of conditioned air flows around the skin.

In addition, more stripes can help to drive blood-sucking insects because they prefer hot and black hair animals, such as buffalo. In fact, zebra is born black, while those white stripes are always generated because of suppressed pigmentation results. Each zebra’s stripes are different from others’, which could be formed in the embryonic stage.

3. Will people suffer from hair loss because of tension?
Physical or psychological stress can cause hair loss (as much as three-quarters), which belongs to telogen effluvium. In general, this is a temporary disorder. Thus, when the anxiety disappears, the hair will back to normal, but some people will suffer from cyclical symptoms, with rotigaptide. Tension will lead to another kind of alopecia, namely the alopecia areata, which is always characterized as a specific range of hair loss, usually within a circular range.

Science, as the focus of social concerns, is continuously affecting people’s daily life. Further advances in science will benefit people more, with high-level efficacy in various research fields.
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Re: Interesting Science Q&A

Postby Reephy » Thu Dec 22, 2016 11:29 am

do you think that tension/ stress might be stronger than Propecia? I want to take Propecia for hair loss but because of my job I doubt that I would ever get rid of tension/stress...
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Re: Interesting Science Q&A

Postby Amy Turner » Mon May 29, 2017 3:15 am

Hi Chloe, welcome to the forum and nice share...
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Re: Interesting Science Q&A

Postby Kitchinut » Thu Dec 07, 2017 4:45 am

Thank you very much. I found a question that I wanted to ask. The answer you answered me is one part I'm still confused.
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