In an interesting new development, a UK woman has suddenly started speaking with a Chinese accent after she suffered various severe migraine attacks.
35 year Sarah Colwill has shared that the change has happened due to a highly extreme medical condition which is knows as Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS).
Scientists, who are working at John Hopkins, have succeeded to establish that consuming red wine can shield the brain from damage after stroke.
The research team conducted their experiment on mice. After two hours of the fed dosage of resveratrol to the mice, the team induced as ischemic stroke by cutting the supply of blood to the mice’s brain.
Experts in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and The Culinary Institute of America (CIA), responding to all the health threats that are currently being posed across America over more consumption of sodium, have called for sodium reduction strategies to be put in place that are both strong and effective, and also that maximize the enjoyment people end up drivi
A group of scientists opine that cooking meat at high temperatures or till the time it is well cooked may possibly augment the risk of bladder cancer.
The word of warning to barbecue-lovers adds credence to other supplementary researches, which have recommended that overcooked meat may perhaps cause other cancers, which includes pancreatic cancer.
As various communities across New Zealand continue to raise protests about the large number of liquor outlets that are cropping up in their neighborhood, researchers have, for the very first time, come up with a model that connects the level of alcohol-related harm directly to the number of outlets selling liquor.
The fine grey powder sprinkled over roses in Wellington's Botanical Garden, which is often mistaken for fertilizer, is in fact the ash of cremated bodies.
According to Plants and Collections Team Manager, Leanne Killalea, ashes were being thrown over roses, with names like `Lasting Love and Remember Me'.