Healthy Lifestyle

Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your task could be killing you

Long hours, stress and physical inactivity are bad for our wellbeing yet were working harder than ever. Isnt it hour we opposed back? Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your task is likely to be killing you Health& wellbeing Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your chore is likely …

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Adopting Mediterranean diet in old age can prolong life, analyze suggests

People aged 65 or older who adhere to diet rich in fish, nuts and fresh vegetables have 25% lower hazard of demise, survey finds It’s been touted as the recipe for a healthy life, avoiding all manner of ills. Now researchers say a Mediterranean diet still offers benefits in older age and could reduce the …

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This Father Resorted To Desperate Measures To Pay For His Son’s Operation, But Then Something Wonderful Happened

We all know that mothers are willing to go to ridiculous lengths for the benefit and well-being of their children. via: Acid Cow So when this human offered up a pretty strange proposition for strangers, they reacted, but not in the way he ever imagined. Here’s the remarkable story. This is Fan Fugui. via: Acid …

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Two-Thirds Of Cancer Mutations Down To Random Bad Luck, Claims Study

A new Science analyse by a team at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center has concluded that up to 66 percent of all cancer-causing mutants are the direct repercussion of entirely random DNA replication errors. Sadly, this technically induces these mutations unavoidable if we do get them. This stark find is based on a series of …

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This Eating Disorder Awareness Campaign Boycotts The ‘Before’ Photo

This is how you make a statement. Recently, some Instagram users took on the before and after photos the phenomenon where people post images of their bodies from when they were dealing with an eating disorder and then pictures of them after they recovered through a hashtag campaign called #BoycottTheBefore. The posts feature a blacked …

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