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How Much Water Are We Actually Drinking?

The age-old notion of drinking 8 glasses of water a day to suffice all our needs is coming to an end. Recent research of thousands of people demonstrates that people’s lifetime and global water use vary greatly. Daily water turnover might range from 1 to 10 liters depending on the environment, body composition, and amount of exercise. More About […]

Bloating Is A Widespread Issue Among Americans 

Bloating affects nearly one in seven Americans every week. But a majority of them don’t seek medical attention for it, revealed in a new study. People who are bloated may experience tightness or swelling in the abdomen. It can occasionally be caused by food or an underlying illness, such as irritable bowel syndrome, a lack of carbohydrate enzymes, or […]

Can Honey Help To Manage Cholesterol And Blood Sugar?

A drizzle of honey is all it takes to make your morning breakfast delicious. But did you know it can also manage cholesterol and blood sugar? In particular, the researchers discovered that consuming honey is linked to reduced fasting blood glucose. Additionally, it improved triglyceride and cholesterol levels, two indicators of heart health. The Wonders Of Honey Because of […]

A Purposeful Living 

This a good moment to indulge in self-introspection ask yourself this one question. What is purposeful living? We all have goals to achieve, and families to care of. Maybe this is our purpose. An increasing collection of research indicates that having a purpose in life may lengthen your lifespan. Purposeful Living & Longer Life Span This research […]

Is Artificial LAN Responsible For Diabetes?

As absurd as the correlation between diabetes and lights sounds, it is worth giving a thought. Especially, nighttime exposure to artificial light may have negative health impacts. Overnight artificial light pollution (LAN) from outdoor sources affects about 80% of the world’s population. And when exposed it can increase the risk of diabetes, according to a recent study. How does Artificial […]

Can Commercial Earbuds Be Transformed Into Hearing-Aids

Over-the-counter hearing aids have has transformed many lives earlier this year. But now it seems, regular commercial earbuds can work just as well as hearing aids. It’s none other than Apple that made this possible. According to researchers, Apple’s AirPods Pro meets four of the five criteria needed for a gadget to be classified as a personal […]

Your Bain Can Now Control A Wheelchair 

No longer is brain surgery necessary for a severely paralyzed person to attempt to control a motorized wheelchair with their mind. A new report has made this a lot easier. Several quadriplegics were able to produce brain waves that steered their wheelchairs through an obstacle course. This was made possible by wearing an electrode-studded cap on their heads. Workings of The […]

No Need To Be Scared Of Needles Anymore

We all have had traumatizing experiences with needles at least once in our life. But soon a new technology might replace needles in medical labs. With just one touch of the finger, researchers have created a brand-new technique to analyze blood composition. This is encouraging for the large number of individuals who are afraid of needles. How does […]

Hazards of Domestic Plastic

Mankind is surrounded by plastics. From fast food to water bottles plastic dictates the world.  According to a recent study toxic compounds called phthalates found in household plastic can result in Uterine Fibroids. Women who have Uterine Fibroids may experience uncontrollable bleeding and infertility. Threats Of Phthalates  Researchers found substantially greater levels of the phthalate DEHP and its breakdown products (MEHHP) […]

Screen Time Of Kids Skyrocketed This Pandemic 

As the world started to shut down forcing us to become a refugee to the internet, the screen time of kids were at an all-time high.  According to a recent study, children’s average screen time increased by 52% during the COVID-19 pandemic. The average time is 246 minutes a day. How did this happen? An element of the […]