Drinking coffee can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by half
28.04.17 20:46 as Health - team pt

Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day may reduce prostate cancer risk by more than 50 per cent, show results of a study on 7,000 Italian men.
 
The findings were then validated in laboratory studies which suggested that the coffee substance caffeine might have ...
  


Leggings and yoga pants: When tight trousers get controversial
27.03.17 19:14 as Fashion - Vicky Baker*

A social media storm erupted on Sunday when two girls were stopped from boarding a United Airlines flight because they were wearing leggings.

The girls were flying as guests of employees, and thus were subject to the company's dress code.

But it is not the first time ...
  


Big Place in a Small Space.
17.03.17 00:42 as Health - harcharan bains

THE EQUIVALENT OF 20 MILLION VOLUMES WORTH OF INFORMATION IS INSIDE THE HEAD OF EVERYONE OF US. THE BRAIN IS A VERY BIG PLACE IN A VERY SMALL SPACE
 
The life we experience is but memory and dreams connected with the filter we call present . ...
  


Woman's face burned after her headphone batteries exploded mid-flight
15.03.17 01:22 as General -

A woman has singed hair and a blackened face after her battery-operated headphones exploded mid-flight from Beijing to Melbourne.
 
The Australian woman had been sleeping on the plane on 19 February when she heard a loud explosion about two hours into the flight and felt her ...
  


India, China account for more than half of the world's pollution deaths: Study
14.02.17 18:00 as Environment - TEAM PT

India and China account for more than half of the world's premature deaths due to air pollution, a new report said on Tuesday.
 
Research showed that air pollution caused more than 4.2 million early deaths worldwide in 2015, making it the fifth highest cause of death, ...
  


You'll have to wait longer than you thought to say goodbye to 2016
29.12.16 20:25 as General - TEAM PT

If you are one of those people who can’t wait for 2016 to be over, then bad news – you’ll have to wait a second longer.
 
Clocks around the world will add one additional second to the final minute of 2016 to compensate for Earth’s rotation ...
  


Antiseptic used in WWI could hold key to treating superbugs,antibiotic resistance and Common Cold
03.12.16 16:16 as Health - TEAM PT

An antiseptic used to treat wounds during World War I that has been out of use for more than 50 years could help fight superbugs and prevent future pandemics, Melbourne researchers have said.
 
The simple antiseptic, made from coal tar, was replaced by penicillin after the ...
  


Soaking in sun may reduce stress
05.11.16 17:59 as Health - TEAM PT

Soaking up some sun may help improve your mental and emotional well-being, a new study has claimed.

The study by researchers at Brigham Young University in the US found when it comes to mental and emotional health, the amount of time between sunrise and sunset is ...
  


Air pollution damages arteries of even healthy young adults, new study shows
26.10.16 21:02 as Health - TEAM PT

Even young, healthy adults can suffer blood vessel damage from air pollution, a new study finds.

Periodic exposure to fine particulate matter -- tiny pollutants from cars, factories, power plants and fires -- isn't a health risk only for the ill and the elderly, the researchers ...
  


Now we know, why men die earlier than women
26.03.16 02:03 as Health - pt team

A new study has found that the tougher men think they are, the less likely they are to be honest with their doctors.
 
Men are less likely than women to go to the doctor, more likely to choose a male doctor when they do go, but ...
  



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