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17new smoking18Primate Change
Now they are ubiquitous. They abound in doctors' offices, restaurants, pubs, cars, trains, cafes, schools, and in our houses.
34Surely chairs should be one of the universal signals that mark the arrival of our current geological epoch
Some people struggle to be in the moment. To some, on the other hand, being in the moment comes reflexively. They have little autobiographical memory; they have Severely Deficient Autobiographical Memory (SDAM).
Love bird-watching? If so, your hobby offers several health benefits, especially for the mind, and makes you develop empathy toward the environment. If not, consider taking up this hobby for the benefits – many, including younger people, are cultivating it.
16you17s an escape. You forget about them when you18s death.19type20p21contents22type23text24contents25A study at the University of Exeter in England last year found that people living in areas with more birds and trees are less likely to have depression
Imagine a billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist speaking at a conference with a jar of human poop beside him. That’s Microsoft founder Bill Gates in reality as he spoke of a global initiative on stage in Beijing on Tuesday.
Showcasing human excrement was part of his speech at the Reinvented Toilet Expo event, a forum for new toilet technologies,
Sleep helps us get a handle on our emotions by activating the amygdala, the brain’s emotional core.
Research has shown that sleep helps us process emotions. Sleep plays a key role in making sense of information based on experiences from the day. Therefore, getting enough sleep is critical for preserving memories. Emotional memories are unique because of the way they trigger the amygdala,
People in the UK are twice as prone to die early if they live in impoverished parts of town than the wealthier parts, according to a new study.
The rate of premature deaths was higher in the 15 most deprived parts than in the 15 least deprived parts of the country.
A Mediterranean diet – one rich in nuts, grains, fruits, and fish – is likely to help prevent depression, a study has found.
The recently published research analysed 41 other studies on the topic and found a link between diet and chances of developing depression, according to CNN.
People who consumed this Mediterranean diet were 33 percent less likely to be diagnosed with depression than those where were least likely to following these eating habits.
Scientists have begun to understand the benefits of different types of fasting in animals and – to a lesser extent – humans.
One kind of fasting is intermittent fasting, or IF. It has shown positive outcomes in humans at least going by anecdotal evidence,
For the average working person, switching off work at the end of the day is a relief and joy.
But experts say we’re increasingly failing to do so, instead bringing leftover work home with us and fielding emails during our personal time. Unsurprisingly, this routine has some negative consequences, according to a BBC feature.
There's no amount of liquor, wine, or beer that is safe for one's overall health, according to a new analysis of global alcohol consumption and disease risk.
Alcohol was the leading risk factor for disease and premature death in men and women between the ages of 15 and 49 worldwide in 2016, according to the study, published Thursday in the journal The Lancet, report
Vitamin B complex is used as a dietary supplement in patients with unhealthy dietary habits and those with increased requirements.
· Vitamin B1 (thiamine),
· Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin),
· Vitamin B3 (Niacin),
· Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine),
· Vitamin B9 (Folic acid),
· Vitamin H (Biotin), and
· Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamine).Read More click here...