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  • Have You Ever Experienced Sleep Drunkenness?

    Have You Ever Experienced Sleep Drunkenness?

    While sleep disorders have become one of the most common lifestyle concerns, a new research suggests that one in every seven people may be suffering with something called sleep drunkenness. Have you ever woken up confused and lost, not knowing where you are? If that sounds familiar, you must pay att...

  • The Most Disturbing Meal Ever!

    The Most Disturbing Meal Ever!

    There are some things that make you squirm, yelp and shriek in horror. They make you question humanity and a man's ability to differentiate between right and wrong. This is one such story.The Japanese have been known for their bizarre obsession with eating animal-based delicacies like horse sashimi,...

  • Use The Half-Glass Rule to Avoid Drinking Too Much

    Use The Half-Glass Rule to Avoid Drinking Too Much

    All those looking to cut down on the amount of wine they drink, pay attention!Pouring the right amount of wine can be a challenge. Especially when you're dealing with different shapes of glasses. A new research done at Iowa State and Cornell University has shown that people tend to pour more when th...

  • Your Blood Sample Can Reveal Your Eating Habits, Study

    Your Blood Sample Can Reveal Your Eating Habits, Study

    What if doctors could tell exactly what you're eating just by checking your blood sample?If you're not strictly following the diet prescribed by your doctor, you may no longer be able to hide the fact. According to a study that appeared in the 'Journal of Nutrition', researchers have found a new way...

  • Nutella Fans Brace for a Disappointment

    Nutella Fans Brace for a Disappointment

    The gooey goodness of Nutella, a hazelnut-flavoured chocolate spread, has created many ardent fans across the world. If you're one of them, this recent report will leave you frowning.Bad weather conditions in Turkey have caused a major shortage of hazelnuts which is one of the prime ingredients of t...

  • Eat With Your Kids for Their Well-Being

    Eat With Your Kids for Their Well-Being

    Do not skip that family time with your kids, suggests a new study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University. According to the research, eating together with your kids can have significant effects on their growth. It promotes healthier eating behaviour and even better exercise habits.Breakfast a...

  • Tickle Your Ears for a Healthy Heart

    Tickle Your Ears for a Healthy Heart

    According to a team of researchers at the University of Leeds, tickling your ear could help improve the health of your heart. The team applied electrodes to the ears of 34 healthy people and switched on the standard TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) machines for 15-minute sessions....

  • Active Commuting Can Help You Lose Weight

    Active Commuting Can Help You Lose Weight

    Ditch your car and take a walk to your college or hop on the bus to reach your workplace. A latest study shows how active commuting can help you fight off your weight woes. A recent study published in the British Medical Journal states that active and public modes of transport are linked to lower bo...

  • Some Antibacterial Soaps May be Harmful

    Some Antibacterial Soaps May be Harmful

    If you thought your job ends at buying an antibacterial soap, think again!Washing your hands is the first and foremost step in good hygiene, but according to a study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, using an antibacterial soap laced with the wrong chemical might b...

  • Yoga Boosts Brain Power in Older Adults

    Yoga Boosts Brain Power in Older Adults

    According to a study conducted by researchers at Illinois, practicing hatha yoga three times a week can dramatically improve brain power in older adults. The study which appeared in the Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences found that older adults performed tasks...

  • Antibiotics Treatment at an Early Age May Harm Immunity

    Antibiotics Treatment at an Early Age May Harm Immunity

    Exposure to antibiotics at an early age can cause a long term damage to your immune system. According to a recent research conducted by the University of British Columbia (UBC) and published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, antibiotics can get confused between good and bad bacteria...

  • High-Intensity Exercise is Beneficial for Heart Transplant Patients

    High-Intensity Exercise is Beneficial for Heart Transplant Patients

    Researchers at Bispebjerg Hospital, Denmark have found that high intensity exercise can prove highly beneficial to stable heart transplant recipients. The study was published in the American Journal of Transplantation and stated that for those who underwent a heart transplant, high intensity exercis...

  • Anaemia Common Among Affluent North Indian Children: Study

    Anaemia Common Among Affluent North Indian Children: Study

    Anaemia is a blood disorder that is caused by a nutritional deficiency or blood loss. Typically, red blood cells (RBC) carry oxygen through the body using a protein called 'hemoglobin' and any shortage of the cells or hemoglobin results in anaemia.According to a study that appeared in the Internatio...

  • Taking Yoga to Another Level: Celebrities Catch on to the Aerial Yoga Trend

    Taking Yoga to Another Level: Celebrities Catch on to the Aerial Yoga Trend

    The need to de-stress, unwind and stay fit, all at the same time has attracted many celebrities to the mat. Yoga's spiritual edge has made it popular amongst the popular - Julia Roberts, Demi Moore, Adama Levinne and Madonna, to name a few. They've shared their love for yoga all over social media an...

  • You Eat What Your Gut Bacteria Tells You to

     You Eat What Your Gut Bacteria Tells You to

    To curb food cravings, it's really important to understand what triggers them in the first place. We know inadequate sleep is one of the reasons, the other is brain activity and self control and the third more obvious one is will power. A study conducted at UC San Francisco, Arizona State University...

  • Celebrities Swear by This Ingredient for Perfectly Radiant Skin

    Celebrities Swear by This Ingredient for Perfectly Radiant Skin

    It's time to pull out that secret ingredient from your kitchen shelf that guarantees young and glowing skin.When A-list celebrities reveal their beauty secrets, the world listens with complete attention. And this time they're speaking out for vinegar and vinegar-infused drinks. They endorse it not o...

  • Parsi New Year from Around The World

    Parsi New Year from Around The World

    Navroz or Nowruz, is the first day of the first month of the Zoroastrian new year and brings with it a lot of festivities and good luck. 'Nav' means new and 'roz' means day, and according to Parsis, it's a dawn of the New Year.The origin of NavrozOver 3000 years ago, Shah Jamshed of the Persian dyna...

  • Why Egg-Yolks are Good for You

    Why Egg-Yolks are Good for You

    Ditching the egg-yolk has always been an ideal option for the weight-obsessed. But why boycott the most delicious part of an egg when research says you should embrace it.You might think yolks are high in fat and cholesterol but scientists believe their role in raising cholesterol levels is minimal a...

  • A Single Enzyme Triggers Diabetes: Study

    A Single Enzyme Triggers Diabetes: Study

    Diabetes is one of the most rampant diseases in the world and millions of people across the globe are suffering from it. Diabetes is a condition where a person has high blood glucose or blood sugar. This increase can be either due the inadequate insulin production or because of the body cells' incap...

  • 200 Year Old Liquor That's Still Drinkable

    200 Year Old Liquor That's Still Drinkable

    A well- preserved 200-year-old bottle carrying either vodka or gin was found at a shipwreck in Baltic Sea, close to the Polish coast. The bottle dates back to 1806-30 and was manufactured in Ranschbach, Germany, a town located about 40 km away from the springs of "Selters" water.Preliminary tests re...

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