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Turn off the TV when kids aren’t watching, say researchers
27/7/2014 15:25
Turn off the TV when kids aren’t watching, say researchersResearchers at the University of Iowa say children's social and emotional development is enchanced in the absence of a television playing in the background while they're doing something else, like playing a game or interacting with friends and family.
US doctor infected with ebola in Liberia outbreak
27/7/2014 15:23
US doctor infected with ebola in Liberia outbreakAn American doctor battling West Africa's Ebola epidemic has himself fallen sick with the disease in Liberia, his aid agency said.
How to find the pleasure spots in your man
27/7/2014 15:46
Not the obvious hotspots, but there are some spots which if you identify can make your man go bonkers with experiencing maximum erotic pleasure.
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How to find the pleasure spots in your manHow to find the pleasure spots in your man
27/7/2014 15:46
Not the obvious hotspots, but there are some spots which if you identify can make your man go bonkers with experiencing maximum erotic pleasure.
 
Turn off the TV when kids aren’t watching, say researchersTurn off the TV when kids aren’t watching, say researchers
27/7/2014 15:25
Researchers at the University of Iowa say children's social and emotional development is enchanced in the absence of a television playing in the background while they're doing something else, like playing a game or interacting with friends and family.
 
US doctor infected with ebola in Liberia outbreakUS doctor infected with ebola in Liberia outbreak
27/7/2014 15:23
An American doctor battling West Africa's Ebola epidemic has himself fallen sick with the disease in Liberia, his aid agency said.
 
Brown fat cells help regulate blood sugar, prevent diabetes: studyBrown fat cells help regulate blood sugar, prevent diabetes: study
27/7/2014 15:15
Studies building the case for brown fat by focusing on its role in metabolism and healthy weight maintenance are rolling in. The most recent indicates it could help regulate blood sugar, making it a possible combatant against diabetes.
 
Is brown better than white?Is brown better than white?
27/7/2014 14:26
Well, if I don't answer this question at least 10 times a day then it's definitely a Sunday! There's just no escaping it.
 
Why women are obsessed with weightWhy women are obsessed with weight
27/7/2014 14:21
Go to any gym today and speak to the young women who daily exercise there, or ask a yoga teacher or gym instructor what is the common complaint their clients have, and they will say that women are constantly thinking of how they can reduce weight and remain trim like the actresses/models on screen.
 
Persistence might not always be the key to language learning: studyPersistence might not always be the key to language learning: study
27/7/2014 13:55
Research conducted by neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) suggests that persistence might not be the answer to learning a new language, depending on what exactly you're hoping to learn.
 
Schoolyards that integrate nature can relieve children’s stress: studySchoolyards that integrate nature can relieve children’s stress: study
27/7/2014 13:52
After many hours observing children at play in different settings, researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder say natural terrain playgrounds, those that incorporate trees and grass, even if they include some man-made structures, are effective against stress.
 
Why one-night stands are a bad ideaWhy one-night stands are a bad idea
27/7/2014 13:08
If you find the idea of one night stands appealing, then this is the perfect read for you.
 
Modified strain of gut bacteria could be used to combat obesityModified strain of gut bacteria could be used to combat obesity
27/7/2014 12:14
Inspired by previous studies on the subject, a team of researchers at Vanderbilt University in Nashville tested a strain of safe bacteria that has been used to treat diarrhea since its discovery 100 years ago.
 
Decoding sexual attraction: do you need a 'responsive' partner?Decoding sexual attraction: do you need a 'responsive' partner?
27/7/2014 9:10
It's widely considered the spark that ignites romance, but a team of researchers wanted to know exactly what heterosexual singles mean by saying they're seeking a partner who is responsive to their needs because, as results indicate, inconsistencies in expectations can shake things up
 
Stem cell study points to new treatment for muscle repairStem cell study points to new treatment for muscle repair
27/7/2014 9:06
Research conducted on exercising mice at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign could open new doors in the field of muscle repair using stem cells.
 
Why you should drink red wineWhy you should drink red wine
27/7/2014 8:35
Red wine and health is an issue of considerable discussion and research. Red wine has been recommended for various heath related problems - as a digestive aid, as a cure for a wide range of ailments, including lethargy, diarrhea among other things.
 
Cyber bullying makes the child dangerously timidCyber bullying makes the child dangerously timid
27/7/2014 7:46
With youngsters getting more and more active on social networking sites, cyber bullying is on an all-time high.
 
Let's talk about sex with our childrenLet's talk about sex with our children
27/7/2014 7:31
Psychologists offer an age-specific guide You are at a family dinner and your four-year-old asks you where babies come from.
 






 

 




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