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New Delhi: A study done at the McGill University in Canada revealed why it is easy for some people to learn a foreign language but not for others. The study suggested that some people’s brains are not able to retain the linguistic skills like others and it happens if there is a lack of communication between the left anterior operculum and the left superior temporal gyrus.
Scientists said that with the study of the difference, it can be predicted who will learn a language quicker and who will not.
A lot of it depends on how much communication happens between the language centers of the brain while a human is resting. This is why the amount of proper sleep is very important.
However, the researchers also said that it is not the only thing that impacts the learning skills of a person. The brain can be manipulated and shaped with the learning and experiences a person has in his life over a time period.
This study proves a socio-political thing that why the native or the local language is so important for a human. Because everyone learns their local language from the time they are in the womb of their mother. It is the first language they learn because it is what they listen first.
Now with cultural impearilism in a country like India, English replaced the mother language and that impacted the life of a common Indian. Not only it was tough to learn English but it brought a feeling of inferiorirty complex into the minds of people which unfortunately still exist.
The worst impacted are the middle-class people of the country. These people have the desire to achieve a higher social status and somehow they think that learning English can be helpful in this bid. Even if they are not comfortable with English, they would not use their mother tongue for example in an MNC restauarant or store.
The importance of local language in the development of a perosn’s life is extremely huge and it cannot be undermined to appease the imperial interests.
The MHRA states that its surveillance data does not support a link between changes to menstrual periods and Covid-19 vaccines, since the number of reports is low in relation to both the number of people vaccinated and the prevalence of menstrual disorders generally. However, the way in which data is collected makes firm conclusions difficult, Male noted.
She argued that approaches better equipped to compare rates of menstrual changes in vaccinated versus unvaccinated populations are needed, and pointed to the study that the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) has undertaken. Indeed, the menstrual cycle may be affected by the body's immune response to the virus itself, with one study showing menstrual disruption in around a quarter of women infected with SARS-CoV2.
If a link between vaccination and menstrual changes is confirmed, this will allow individuals seeking vaccination to plan in advance for potentially altered cycles, Male contended. In the meantime, clinicians must encourage their patients to report any changes to periods or unexpected vaginal bleeding after vaccination. And anyone reporting a change in periods persisting over a number of cycles, or new vaginal bleeding after the menopause, should be managed according to the usual clinical guidelines for these conditions, she suggested. (IANS/MBI)
Keywords: vaccine, menstrual cycle, period, covid, women, health
It began expanding outside of the United States in Canada in May 2019 and has now launched in India. So its become simple and easy for anyone to sell items from their closet, enabled by a full suite of end-to-end seller tools and services, including seamless listing, merchandising, promotion, pricing, and shipping. Indian consumers will be able to join Social marketplace Poshmark, Inc. (Nasdaq: POSH), a booming community of more than 80 million users and a vibrant network of millions of shoppable closets to make money, save money, connect with others, and foster entrepreneurship.
(Article originally written by: N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe)
Keywords: Clothes, garage, Poshmark, India, Old Delhi, social marketplace
Beak-shaped masks worn during the Great Plague of London Image source: wikimedia commons
Children are often seen forming circles by holding hands and reciting loudly,
Pockets full of posies
We all fall down"
An illustration of the Great Plague of London, 1665 Image source: wikimedia commons
Keywords: Rhymes, Ringa-ringa-roses, Great Plague of London, WWII, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Folklore