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Sandwich eaters have a higher energy intake
Sandwich eaters have a higher energy intake
Those who consumed a sandwich on the survey day took in, on average, around 300 kilo-calories more than those who did not report eating a sandwich.
Great leaders are actually made not born
Great leaders are actually made not born
Past research suggests that leadership is 30 per cent genetic and 70 percent a result of lessons learned through life experiences.
Sense of humour changes with age
Sense of humour changes with age
While young and middle-aged adults considered aggressive humour to be funny, older adults did not, the findings showed.
Modesty holding women back at work: Study
Modesty holding women back at work: Study
Many believe that fear of coming across arrogant or big-headed is the main concern for growth.
Parents could drive car choices of kids
Parents could drive car choices of kids
Children are 39 per cent more likely to buy a particular brand of automobile if their parents bought that brand.
Cost efficient ways to make your house eco-friendly
Cost efficient ways to make your house eco-friendly
Save the planet without burning a hole in your pocket.
Antioxidant in grapes may help treat acne
Antioxidant in grapes may help treat acne
Benzoyl peroxide is an oxidant that works by creating free radicals, which kill the acne bacteria.
‘Must know’ guidelines for make-up
‘Must know’ guidelines for make-up
Applying foundation to certain parts of the face and using eyebrow pencil for definition not reshaping are some of the ‘must haves’ in make-up that everyone should follow.
Beware! Anti-odour clothes may leave you smelly
Beware! Anti-odour clothes may leave you smelly
Some antimicrobial textiles were far more effective at performing their advertised tasks in the lab than in human testing, the findings showed.
How exercise keeps depression at bay
How exercise keeps depression at bay
Exercise training induces changes in skeletal muscle that can purge the blood of a substance that accumulates during stress, and is harmful to the brain
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