More recently, researchers have come to see potential for the yawn
to be used as a diagnostic marker of neurological disease.
(http://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(17)30966-1) The study examined the brain activity of a person when someone "catches" a yawn
from another person, or a photo or video.
While she was employed at the $22 million GPVFCU from February 2008 to November 2011 as an operations manager, Yawn
had access to the cooperative's computer system, which enabled her to make changes to the accounting books.
Researchers are now looking at whether the ability to catch yawns
from other people is inherited, with the hope of helping treat mental health disorders.
In fact, the only link was age; as age increased, the researchers say participants were less likely to yawn
are sneaky and dangerous, always creeping up and pouncing on us when our attention is elsewhere and they are least expected.
WAITING to enter the world is a tedious business - so perhaps it should come as no surprise that foetuses yawn
. Scientists at Durham University have shown conclusively for the first time that unborn babies yawn
repeatedly in the womb.
: Walsh The audition stages are normally the most entertaining, but they are proving a big yawn
this time around.
If you see someone yawning, there's a good chance you will often yawn
The question of why we yawn
, and in particular why we do so when we see other people yawning, has long been a mystery.
Summary: A tiny moggy wakes up to the world, stretching his tiny paws, before he lets out a massive yawn
Reading this column might make you yawn
. In a good way, I hope!
Older people yawn
less than younger people mainly in the morning and mid-afternoon.
Dogs that watch a person yawn
themselves, says Atsushi Senju, Ph.D., of the University of London.
! We're working at a small county fair selling sunglasses.