Not having a good night's sleep keeps us disturbed throughout the next day, and makes us unable to concentrate on things around us. According to research, dropping from eight hours to sex hours of sleep could prevent the brain from storing memories, which means that the memory could not be retrieved ever.
No matter what or how much we have in life, we are always working towards and craving more. Let it be money, or comfort or fame, we never have enough. However, a new study claims that people who are never satisfied with anything could find contentment, once they hit the gym.
So many times you have felt that heart ache, in sadness, and felt it pound really hard in happiness. We call ourselves "heartbroken" when we are extremely sad. However, it seems there really is something called a "broken heart syndrome" which could be fatal.
Although it is well known that the best way to stay fit and have a fabulous body is to exercise regularly, the lazy ones among us always tend to opt for the easier way, but the one that might take a toll on their health: Skipping meals.
The increasing popularity of sunbeds has been a major concern fo4r public health departments as exposure to UV rays is one of the major factors responsible for the development of skin cancers in many a people, and there is evidence of the same.
A new research published online in Pediatrics suggests that apart from mothers, fathers also play a significant and independent role in influencing the adolescent sexual behavior.
A new study suggests that men, who were diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as children, seemed to perform significantly bad in educational, occupational, economic and social front.
A new study suggests that binge drinking, a trend more commonly practiced by Young people these days could not only damage the brain within months, it could also turn social drinkers into alcohol abusers.
Many a children have the habit of shoving little toys or things lying around in the house into their nostrils or ears. Though the act sounds cute, the consequences of doing so can be disastrous and parents need to pay attention to what their child is doing, in order to prevent such a situation. Once an object is stuck in the nasal passage of the child, the challenge for the parent is to remove the object out, as safely as possible. While running to the hospital seems like the first feasible option, a technique called the "mother's kiss" for removing foreign objects from the nasal passages of young children appears to be a safe and effective approach, a new study has found. "The mother's kiss appears to be a safe and effective technique for first-line treatment in the removal of a foreign body from the nasal cavity," writes Dr. Stephanie Cook, Buxted Medical Centre, Buxted, United Kingdom, with coauthors. "In addition, it may prevent the need for general anesthesia in some cases."
A new study suggests that women who drink four to six cups of coffee a day are less likely to suffer from womb cancer. However, in men, those who take similar quantities cut down their risk of suffer prostate cancer.r.
Halloween is just round the corner, and the time has come to fill that stomach up with tempting candies and let guilt take over once again, for adults and for children alike. Well, do you have to necessarily let take guilt take over once again? Won't it be better to simply steer clear of sweet temptations or choose mini treats over fun-size? At least that's what the experts suggest. For all those people who watch their calorie intake and are conscious about putting on weight, experts advise a few simple tips to resist the candy temptation. First of all, they say, it might help to wait till the last moment before buying the Halloween candies in order to cut extra calories, because if there are no candies in the house, you can't be tempted to eat them, Health Day reports.
New research suggests that what you hear could depend on what your hands are doing.
Having a nightmare is certainly not a good experience- neither for an adult, nor for a child. A nightmare can get us extremely scared or worried while asleep and make us wake up wake up in the middle of the night.
A new study suggests that chronic during pregnancy could devoid the mother's brain from benefits of motherhood. The research conducted on rats could increase the understanding of postpartum depression, researchers suggest.
Addiction to sex, according to a new study, is a disorder which is being considered for an inclusion in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.