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Australian Research Warns About Excessive TV Viewing

Australian Research Warns About Excessive TV Viewing

TV viewing can be equally dangerous as smoking and obesity, suggests an Australian research. In a shocking revelation, it has been reported that spending excessive time watching TV could have extreme health concerns.

Fresh food could last for years without refrigeration!

Fresh food

According to a recent report in The (London) Sunday Times, researchers at the University of Minnesota have discovered a naturally-occurring compound – called ‘bisin’ – which can destroy the bacteria that cause the rotting of meat, fish, eggs and dairy products.

Fat 'disrupts sugar sensors causing Type 2 diabetes'

Fat 'disrupts sugar sensors causing Type 2 diabetes'

With experiments on mice and human tissue having led US to identify the role of a high-fat diet in triggering Type 2 diabetes, a new study published in the journal Nature Medicine highlights how fat interferes with sugar sensors in the body, thus causing the illness.

Study: Facial features betray a person’s childhood

Study: Facial features betray a person’s childhood

According to a new study by the scientists at the University of Edinburgh, the symmetry of a person’s face is a sure-shot tell-tale sign of the kind of childhood that person has had --- which, in other words, means that childhood leaves its mark on a person’s face.

Childhood abuse ‘doubles’ persistent depression risk

Childhood abuse ‘doubles’ persistent depression risk

On the basis of a comprehensive analysis of pooled data from 26 studies which included information about nearly 26,000 people, researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) at King's College London have found that the risk of developing multiple, recurrent episodes of depression increased two times in adults who had a history of abuse or maltreatment during childhood.

A potential new treatment for ‘delayed’ asthma attacks

A potential new treatment for ‘delayed’ asthma attacks

A team of researchers from Imperial College London has found a potential new treatment for asthma patients who suffer from ‘delayed’ attacks, which occur some hours after their exposure to allergens, and cause difficulties in breathing for up to as long as 24 hours.

Australian Men Found to Suffer from Pre and Post Partner’s Pregnancy

Australian Men Found to Suffer from Pre and Post Partner’s Pregnancy

Depression among Australian males during their partners’ pregnancy and even during post-pregnancy it is said to be 10%, according to Deakin University psychology researchers.

Tantalizing the Taste Buds

Tantalizing the Taste Buds

According to a recent research, scientists seem to have developed a new technique for those battling with weight issues. This technique is to train the taste buds in such a manner that they won’t crave for the heavy foods.

Meals Constituting Spices Lead to Weight Loss: Study

Meals Constituting Spices Lead to Weight Loss: Study

A new research by the researchers of Penn State University reveals that including turmeric, cinnamon and various other spices results in loss of weight. The researchers claim that the weight loss after following this regime can reach the limit of 30%.

Researchers Suggest Adding Proteins to Diet After Menopause

Researchers Suggest Adding Proteins to Diet After Menopause

All diet-controlling regimes fail to control the weight gain for a while, after a woman steps in her menopause. The researchers from the University of Illinois state that the body undergoes certain changes like slower metabolism and the habit of eating more and exercising less with the growing age leads to weight gain after menopause.

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