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Fat around arteries

Maybe we need fat around arteries after all

New evidence suggests that the fat around our arteries may play an important role in keeping those blood vessels healthy. The finding could affect how researchers test for treatments related...

Mindfulness has been shown to have benefits in treating conditions such as anxiety and...

Merely a brief introduction to mindfulness helps people deal with physical pain and negative emotions, a new study by researchers at Yale, Columbia, and Dartmouth shows. The effect of mindfulness...
Water quality at home

Your home’s water quality can vary from room-to-room

The findings challenge the assumption that the water in a public water system is the same as the water that passes through a building’s plumbing at any time of...
Life insurance for children

Do I really need life insurance for my children?

Depending on who you ask and what you read, purchasing life insurance for your kids is either a terrible idea or a stroke of genius. Most insurance companies —...
Chicago meatpacking scandal

How photojournalism changed public health policies?

The 1905 story about the Chicago meatpacking industry that inspired Upton Sinclair’s novel The Jungle also shows the power of photojournalism, a study argues. The research looks back at a...
Washing dishes

What is the greener way to wash the dishes?

Washing dishes with the two-basin hand-washing method is associated with fewer greenhouse gas emissions than machine dishwashing, according to a new study. In the two-basin method, you soak and scrub...
Happier partner makes healthier life

A happy partner leads to a healthier future

Science now supports the saying, "happy wife, happy life." Michigan State University research found that those who are optimistic contribute to the health of their...

Family history with alcohol may alter how your brain works

Regardless of your own drinking habits, having a parent with an alcohol use disorder affects how your brain transitions between active and resting states, according to new research. The study...
Grandparents with children

Children are more likely to be fat if raised by grandparents

There’s a link between grandparents raising their grandchildren and a nearly 30% increase in risk of childhood overweight and obesity, according to a new study. As reported in Childhood Obesity,...
Shorcuts will cost you money

3 times shortcuts will cost you more in the long term

In general, life is better when its kept simple. A process with three steps looks more appealing than one with ten elements. For this reason, we seek out methods...
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Plague Inc

China eliminates from the App Store ‘Plague Inc’, a video game about an infection...

China doesn't want to joke about the coronavirus crisis. And since in that country the government doesn't owe anyone a debt, it has unilaterally...
SEO specialists

How do I choose the right SEO company?

You’ve just started a new online business, but you’ve no idea how to go about marketing it. Perhaps you’ve heard of search engine optimisation...
Virus flu

Why isn’t the coronavirus the same as the flu?

It runs through all the whatsapps and bars the runrun that the coronavirus of Wuhan, the Covid-19, is the same as a flu. Actually,...
Metal factory

The benefits of working with a top precision metal supplier

Sourcing the right precision metals can make all the difference to the profitability and success of your project. You want to know you’re buying...

Is tart cherry juice concentrate the best recovery drink right now?

Montmorency tart cherry juice has gained a reputation as a recovery drink among elite and recreational exercisers, with research suggesting...

On average, there is about one ‘marsquake’ on Mars per day

On November 26 2018, the NASA InSight lander successfully set down on Mars in the Elysium Planitia region. Seventy Martian days later, the mission’s...
Wuhan coronavirus

Coronavirus is not a pandemic … yet: 77,362 cases and more than 2,600 deaths

“Does this virus have pandemic potential? Absolutely, it has. Are we there yet? From our assessment, not yet,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told...

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