According to reports, a study has revealed that cinema snacks contain unhealthy amount of salt and calories, as a pack of sweet popcorn contains more fat than a woman should consume in a day.
Also, Nachos is said to have 3.1g of salt, which is half the recommended daily intake, as the average coke has 320 calories, while a hotdog with mustard and ketchup has 580 calories.
Researchers from Imperial College, London has claimed that stems cells may treat multiple sclerosis. The researchers will soon carry out a research to identify the potential of stem cells for treating MS. The UK trails of the study have been given £1million funding from the MS Society and the UK Stem Cell Foundation.
In a much warranted step, a team of British and Swiss researchers has developed a flu 'super antibody' called FI6 that has the capability to fight a wide range of influenza A viruses. As of now, 73% of the vaccinated people are protected, but with this discovery it seems that level of protection against flu strains would reach a new level.
Ever wonder a gastric bypass surgery can limit your inclination towards high-fat food? Well, it truly can, claim researchers.
According to a recent study conducted at the Imperial College London (ICL), people who pass through a gastric bypass surgery in order to lose weight tend to eat less high-fat food afterwards.
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