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16 March, 2017
Does A Good Night's Sleep Feel The Same As Winning The Lottery?

According to psychologists at the University of Warwick in England, a good night's sleep has similar benefits to happiness as winning the lottery. In a recent study, more than 30,500 people were analyzed over a four-year period and the study found that an improved quality of sleep led to the same levels of mental and physical health as someone who has won a lottery... Read more

11 March, 2017
Try to Read this Without Getting Itchy

According to a new study done at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, socially contagious itching is hardwired into our brains. Researchers have used mice to demonstrate that when we see someone else scratching themselves, a chemical in the brain is released called gastrin-releasing peptide, which is a key component in transmitting... Read more

11 March, 2017
Are ​Americans Drinking More Bottled Water Than Soda?

Here’s a health trend we can get behind: Americans are now drinking more bottled water than soda, Reuters reports. According to the data, 2016 was the first year that bottled water surpassed carbonated soft drinks as the largest beverage category by volume in this country. For one thing, it’s making us fat: People who drink sugar-sweetened... Read more

7 March, 2017
Study Reveals 70% Of Women Fake It

A study has proved almost 70 per cent of women fake their orgasms with their partner. Research carried out on 5708 people by dating website VictoriaMilan has discovered a large percentage of females pretend to have reached a climax when they haven't, and 10 per cent of those decide to pretend to have reached their ultimate pleasure to end their romp... Read more

7 March, 2017
Exercise Encourages Cells To Make Protein And Slow Aging

According to a new study, exercise encourages cells to make more proteins that feed their energy-producing machinery.The researchers found this effect also cuts down on the aging process.A senior author with the study stated that when to comes to reversing many age-related changes, exercise is better than being sedentary.Dr. Sreekumaran Nair added... Read more

5 March, 2017
Buying Music Vs Streaming, Which Is Better And Why

Everyone loves having the ability to stream music, but it's not always easy to do so. Streaming relies heavily on a solid wifi connection, plus if you want to keep your music in a convenient "library" consumers are usually charged with a monthly fee.Critics of streaming services say buying digital music makes far more "cents" keeping money in your... Read more

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