The study, published in the Lancet medical journal, observed that two strands of HPV virus that are mainly responsible for cervical cancer fell 83 per cent in girls aged 13 to 19 after five to eight years of vaccination.
The study suggests that the inner eyebrow raising movement triggers a nurturing response in humans because it makes the dogs' eyes appear larger, more infant like and also resembles a movement humans produce when they are sad.
Learning about empathy, healthy relationships, gender-based violence and receiving bystander intervention training through physical activity, peer-to-peer dialogue, storytelling, role play, multimedia, and group discussions could help.
After detailed analysis it was found that "when at least one of the partners in a couple carried a particular version of the oxytocin-related gene, both partners reported greater marital security and satisfaction."
'Sooty particles' were found in the placentas of five pregnant British women who consented to the experiment. This new research suggests a possible mechanism of how babies are negatively impacted by pollution while they are still in the womb.