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Learning engineering can make you forget how to be nice and care for public welfare, says a study.
Cats recognize owners’ voices but seem too cool to care, according to a study.
Odontophobia is the fear of dentistry and of receiving dental care.
Genital injuries in the U.S. send 16,000 people to emergency care each year.
The revolution that transformed Brazil into a republic was so uneventful that the few witnesses present didn’t know it happened and the dethroned Emperor didn’t even care.
In Ancient Egypt, men could take time off of work to care for menstruating wives and daughters.
Mother Teresa considered suffering a gift from God and was criticized for her clinics’ lack of care and malnutrition of patients.
In 2015, two day care employees in New Jersey were imprisoned for running a toddler “fight club” among a dozen boys and girls aged 4-6.
For every dollar invested in sanitation and water, there is a $4.30 return in the form of reduced health care costs around the world.
The US Food and Drug Administration endorses the use of animal tests on cosmetics to “assure the safety of a product or ingredient.” American women use an average of 12 personal care products per day.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, author of a seminal philosophical work on education, gave up his 5 children to a foundling hospital, saying he “didn’t have the means to take care of them.”
The hierarchy that exists within each pack is maintained by dominant or submissive body posturing, and by other behaviour patterns such as the communal care of the young.
Wolf packs are established according to a strict hierarchy, with a dominant alpha male at the top and alpha female not far behind. Usually this male and female are the only animals of the pack to breed. Packs consist of between five and ten animals – usually offspring from several years. All of a pack’s adults help to care for young pups by bringing them food and watching them while others hunt.
Lionesses are caring mothers who will even take care of a neglected cub, allowing him/her to suckle and giving them a chance to survive. Two or more lionesses in a group tend to give birth around the same time, and the cubs are raised together. Cubs are extremely playful.