Do you have a bag of spinach sitting around in your fridge? You may want to take a look at the code number on the bag. According to the Food and Drug Associate, Dole Fresh Vegetables is voluntarily recalling bags of spinach due to concerns over salmonella. The recall comes …Read More »
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If you don’t want to eat more than usual and calm the uncontrollable appetite, here we show you the behaviors that you should modify in order to change this: 1. Not enough sleep Poor sleep can generate several bad habits in you. When you feel tired and sleepy, your levels of …Read More »
Published On October 9 in the International Journal of Epidemiology, British Scientists reveal evidence that sitting for a long period of time does not increase risk of death. 3,720 men and 1,142 women were observed over almost two decades, and their sitting habits did not seems to make them at …Read More »
UK retailer Marks and Spencer has launched the #SHOWYOURSTRAP campaign alongside Breast Cancer Now with the goal of raising £13 million to make breast cancer testing available to all women in the UK. The campaign webpage pictures a number of female members of the M&S Style & Living team sharing their …Read More »
When your levels of energy go down you can find and easy solution: caffeine. Ok, coffee could be good in a right way but it’s not good to abuse of it and in fact it’s not the only way to get the energy that you need. Let us tell you …Read More »
Fall is in full swing and with it comes an abundance of tasty fall treats, one of such being caramel apples. Recent studies, however, have revealed a potentially fatal health risk linked to consuming them unrefrigerated . Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Food Research Institute found that the sticks poked into caramel …Read More »
After an onslaught of controversial videos stealthily taken for the purpose of making Planned Parenthood look like they sell fetal tissue – or “baby parts” as many sources put it – to researchers, the non-profit organization has decided to stop accepting payments to cover the costs of their fetal tissue …Read More »
It’s early in the morning. You’re just beginning to wake up when a figure in the corner of the room catches your eye. It looks like a human form, but you can’t make out any sort of face. The figure comes towards you. It begins pressing down on your chest; …Read More »
On Friday, a new study was published in Nature Communications. The study looked at synthetic nano diamonds as an effective cancer detecting material. The study was conducted by physics professor, David Reilly, and a group of doctors at the University of Sydney. They looked at magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) which …Read More »
Roche Holding AG’s Genentech unit has reported that the experimental drug ocrelizumab has shown promising results in three late-stage studies against multiple sclerosis. This brings great potential for treatment of the severe disease. Two of the studies had 1,656 patients, all of whom had relapsing multiple sclerosis, the most common …Read More »