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Tickling the ear could lead to better heart health
17 minutes ago
Tickling the ear could lead to better heart healthResearchers at the University of Leeds say the ear could be the key to one's heart, for stimulating the nerves in the ear could distract nervous signals that are overexerting a heart in poor health.
Gambling, IT, booze addictions rife in Japan
31 minutes ago
Gambling, IT, booze addictions rife in JapanNearly five percent of Japanese adults are addicted to gambling, a rate up to five times that of most other nations, according to a study.
Big weddings, few partners could be the formula for a happy marriage
9 minutes ago
A big wedding celebration preceded by few romantic relationships for both the bride and the groom could be a positive sign that they will be happy together years down the road, according to researchers at the University of Virginia.
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Big weddings, few partners could be the formula for a happy marriageBig weddings, few partners could be the formula for a happy marriage
9 minutes ago
A big wedding celebration preceded by few romantic relationships for both the bride and the groom could be a positive sign that they will be happy together years down the road, according to researchers at the University of Virginia.
 
Tickling the ear could lead to better heart healthTickling the ear could lead to better heart health
17 minutes ago
Researchers at the University of Leeds say the ear could be the key to one's heart, for stimulating the nerves in the ear could distract nervous signals that are overexerting a heart in poor health.
 
Gambling, IT, booze addictions rife in JapanGambling, IT, booze addictions rife in Japan
30 minutes ago
Nearly five percent of Japanese adults are addicted to gambling, a rate up to five times that of most other nations, according to a study.
 
Sony on the scent of a smartphone trendSony on the scent of a smartphone trend
28 minutes ago
The company is launching a perfume bottle-inspired selfie camera that can clip to the top of a smartphone and can be twisted to face forward or back.
 
Taking public transit to work may keep you fitterTaking public transit to work may keep you fitter
21/8/2014 7:33
A British study finds that walking, cycling and yes, even taking public transportation to work are associated with lower body weight and lower body fat composition when compared against those who drive.
 
Fat-loss superfoods that really work
20/8/2014 16:59
Every day, we come across people discussing the health benefits of colourful vegetables and fruits, but not all are backed by strong research
 
Victoria Beckham and The Outnet kick off charity salesVictoria Beckham and The Outnet kick off charity sales
20/8/2014 16:19
On Wednesday morning online fashion retailer The Outnet opened its charity sale of 600 items donated by Victoria Beckham and launched a special reverse auction, meaning that the price is lowered by a set amount every five minutes.
 
Gap celebrates individual style in 'Dress Normal' campaignGap celebrates individual style in 'Dress Normal' campaign
20/8/2014 15:08
For its fall campaign, the American brand chose a provocative slogan that questions what it means to "Dress Normal."
 
Selfridges bringing together 'Masters' of coutureSelfridges bringing together 'Masters' of couture
20/8/2014 11:03
From September, the window displays at the Selfridges on Oxford Street in London will be decorated by the world's couture greats.
 
Kids who are in shape may have healthier brainsKids who are in shape may have healthier brains
20/8/2014 9:32
Researchers at the University of Illinois say that kids in good aerobic fitness have brains that could be in better shape to quickly process neural messaging and have better capacity for memory than those whose fitness is mediocre.
 
Could a two-legged chair keep you more active?Could a two-legged chair keep you more active?
20/8/2014 9:24
We are constantly being told that inactivity is the disease of modern life, but one enterprising designer has come up with a furniture concept to discourage sedentary behavior.
 
Iyengar yoga founder dies aged 95Iyengar yoga founder dies aged 95
20/8/2014 8:14
BKS Iyengar, the yoga guru who helped take the ancient Indian spiritual practice to the rest of the world, died on Wednesday aged 95, his website said.
 
Love thy neighbour, it's good for the heart: studyLove thy neighbour, it's good for the heart: study
19/8/2014 16:37
Ever felt like your neighbour's antics could drive you to an early grave?
 
Simple ways to cure a headacheSimple ways to cure a headache
19/8/2014 16:20
A headache can be caused by many factors, be it stress, fluctuating hormones or even a drinking session that results in hangover the next day. Here are some ways to dim that throbbing pain in your head.
 
Jawbone reveals Melbourne residents get most sleep, Stockholm dwellers most activeJawbone reveals Melbourne residents get most sleep, Stockholm dwellers most active
19/8/2014 15:29
Compiling data from its UP tracker users, Jawbone created an interactive map revealing what percent of the population in a given major city is asleep at what time, and the number of steps the average user has taken per day at any given point.
 






 

 






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