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Serious health hazards of high fashion
When it comes to fashion, putting extra weight on one side of your body is one of the biggest neck and back pain causes.
Can you drink too much milk? Study raises questions
A Swedish team used data taken from 61,000 women aged 39-74 and monitored for about 20 years, and more than 45,000 men aged 45-79 followed for 11 years.
Pay attention to your baby for emotional well being
Callous and unemotional behaviour includes a lack of guilt and empathy, reduced concern for others’ distress and difficulties with understanding emotions.
Let your mind wander to boost mental performance
Like if you start thinking about what you did last weekend while taking notes during a lecture, for example, your note-taking and ability to keep up will suffer.
'Selfie' to cure skin problems
If you have a skin problem, taking a selfie of the affected area and sending it to your dermatologist for analysis is a good idea.
Soft drinks may age you as fast as smoking
The study revealed that telomeres - the protective units of DNA that cap the ends of chromosomes in cells - were shorter in the white blood cells of people who reported drinking more soda.
Online shopping: Why the best price eludes you
E-commerce websites manipulate data to make some shoppers pay more than others, the findings showed.
Music therapy reduces depression in kids, adolescents
The research team will now look at the data to establish how cost-effective music therapy is in relation to other treatments.
Olive oil healthier for fried foods
The researcher’s deep- and pan-fried raw potato pieces in four different refined oils - olive, corn, soybean and sunflower - and reused the oil 10 times.
Brain chooses high-calorie food for you
The study is based on brain scans of healthy participants who were asked to examine pictures of various foods.
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