Fontanelle Fontanelles are soft spots on a baby's head which, during birth, enable the bony plates of the skull to flex, allowing the child's head to pass through the birth canal. The sphenoidal and posterior fontanelles close during the first few months after birth. Sphenoidal and posterior fontanelles are found just above the ear and behind the ear representatively . The ossification of the bones of the skull causes the anterior fontanelle to close over by 9 to 18 months. The term "fontanelle" is used to describe the resulting "soft spots". The relative positions of the bones continue to change during the life of the adult (though less rapidly), which can provide useful information inforensics and archaeology. In old age, cranial sutures may ossify (turn to bone) completely . The fusion of skull's bone at birth is known asCraniosynostosis . This is the amazing fact of your skull. This process is also seen in other animals like dogs and chimpanzee . Thank …
When we come to computers and technology, the first things comes in our mind are Microsoft's Bill Gates and Apple .Inc 's Steve Jobs. But behind their success there were some INDIAN inventors who also contributed to shape today's Personal Computers.
VA Shiva Ayyadurai
Shiva Ayyadurai, an Indian origin boy, invented this technology in 1978. When he was just 14 years old then he developed a full-scale emulation of the interoffice mail system. He named it an " E-mail " system. His E-mail system has every functions of the interoffice mail system such as Inbox, Folders, Outbox, and etc etc.
First of all, watch the video. Portrayed Ad. of Ajay Bhatt After watching the video, probably you've been sure of what was he co-invented, USB. But that's not the complete fact, he also co-invented few more things such as AGP(Accelerated Graphic Port), PCI Express. Some words by Ajay Batt, "My dream come true with getting the opportunity to shape the future of the…
The World Health Organization recently said that over 1.1 Billion people around 18 - 25 ages are at risk of hear loss due to overuse of personalaudiodevices such as Headphones and Earphones. And also because of High-Volume music at Bars, Clubs, And Concerts. Hearing loss has potentially devastating results for physical and mental health, education and employment.
How to Prevent this ?
WHO recommends that the highest level of noise should be 85dB only up to 8 hours a day. People should wear ear plugs whenever they visit any concert, night club or bars or anywhere there is loud noise.
WHO also recommends teenagers to limit their listening time to less than one hour a day. You can also use smartphone applications, to monitor safe listening levels.