Home > Uncategorized > Doctors’ green scrubs help them see better in the operating room Doctors’ green scrubs help them see better in the operating room May 4, 2014 Uncategorized Doctors’ green scrubs help them see better in the operating room. Since green is on the opposite side of the colour spectrum, it can refresh a doctor’s vision of red things. source : livescience image : outlookindia Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts A 13-year-old boy in Florida was once arrested for excessive farting in school. In 1980, the coyote finally caught the road runner. He then asks the audience “Now what do I do?” There is an Obama Fried Chicken (OFC) in China. A man with a chronic ear infection cured himself with his own earwax. He was given a number of drugs by doctors, but nothing worked. In desperation he took earwax from his good ear and placed it in his bad. Two days later he was fine. You can remember the value of Pi(3.1415926) by counting each word’s letters in “May I have a large container of coffee”. Math anxiety is a psychological disorder which causes stress and anxiety when doing math problems. A 2006 Yale study found that women who ride bicycles more often are less likely to experience orgasms. A 17 year old Russian girl has a doll-like face but physique of a body builder. In 1940 in Australia, two planes collided in mid air. Instead of crashing, the two planes stuck together and the pilot was able to make a safe landing. In 2007, A Chinese couple tried to name their child ‘@’, claiming that this certain character echoed their love for the child.