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How Sleep Can Affect Women – Research Says Women Need More Sleep Than Men

Today’s women are known for their strong attributes whether it is physical, emotional and mental. They have become straight forward and open minded, compete to prove themselves more superior. Several women are racing to prove themselves equal to men; they are striving to maintain continuity with the roles played at home management, relationships, recurring children and office.   They have added ...

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Eating Pasta Does Not Cause Obesity, But Makes You Thinner

A latest report from a study states that consumption of pasta will not lead to obesity, but in turn, it will help us to lose weight. But controlling the quantity of consumption, as a part of the Mediterranean Diet, one can control their obesity by simply eating pasta.  Yes, two studies were made by involving 23,000 adults in Italy, and ...

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Signs of depression: Men, Women and Teenagers

In our day to day life we come across innumerable ups and downs. Such instances make you feel sad and that is ok. What is not ok is the situation where you can feel the sadness taking over you. At this point, it is stated that you are in depression and you need to identify the signs of depression in ...

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Cell Phone radiation impacts are not as big as we thought

According to a recent study, the radiation emitted by the mobile phones can be a cause of Cancer. The study suggests that the cell phone radiation can be associated with the growth of a non malignant called schwannoma. Along with this there are also possibilities of developing a type of brain cancer called glioma. Although these are to a certain ...

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Microsoft Band 2 Now supports Cortana for Android

The Microsoft Band 2 is a useful little device. Combined with the Microsoft Health app, this device can provide you everything you would expect from a fitness band. The app works perfectly with Windows Phone Devices, while the Android users were always complaining about one missing feature, the ability to give voice commands to the device. The Redmond-based tech giants fixed this issue once and ...

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Global Warming and Heat concerns rise: Report suggests

Global Warming and the increasing Heat is something that has been haunting the United Nations and various climate bodies all over the world. As it seems, one of the largest democracy has also had a say in this. According to the reports, the percentage of conservative republicans who believe the fact that Global Warming and Heat has taken on the ...

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Scientists may have mapped the innermost sections of the Human brain

The Scientists at the University of California Berkley have been able to map the human brain’s innermost regions. Many people believe that these are the sections of the human brain where ideas take birth. Possibly, this is also the section that can be stated as the most complex neural formation in the human body. There are innumerable numbers of cells ...

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1st uterus transplant of mankind fails due to yeast infection

The first uterus transplant in the history of mankind failed due to a yeast infection. The transplant was performed in the United States of America at the Cleveland Clinic. The transplantation took place in February this year as the 26 year old Lindsay McFarland became the first lady to undergo the operations. Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic replaced the uterus ...

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Scientists create lab-grown skin that sweats and sprouts hair

Scientists in Japan have created artificial skin with the help of stem cell from mouse’s gums. This lab-grown skin with multiple layers can sprout hair and has sweat glands, which could be used for functional skin transplants for patients with skin diseases and severe burns. Bioengineers from the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology (CDB) and other organizations, implanted the artificial ...

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Obese People Outnumber Underweight First Time In History

According to a recent global study, the number of obese people is more than that of underweight people for the first time in history. Number of obese people have greatly increase over past couple of decades. Between 1875 and 2015, the number of obese people worldwide rose from 105 million to 641 million. “Over the past 40 years, we have ...

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