Dogs are smarter than cats, according to a new study that may settle a debate that's long had the fur flying between dog and cat lovers.
U.S. researchers assessed different carnivorous animals to determine how many neurons they have in the cerebral cortex, which is the largest part of the brain and is associated with thinking, planning and other complex behaviors, the Daily Mail newspaper in the U.K. reported.Read the whole article
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A fever–as anyone who has ever come down with the flu knows–is an elevated body temperature. Technically, 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is considered normal; a fever is defined as a temp of 100.4 Fahrenheit or higher. When you’re fighting an infection, the part of your brain responsible for regulating temperature, called the hypothalamus, kicks up...Read More