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Eating Breakfast Has Little Effect On Weight Loss, Study Finds

Eating Breakfast Has Little Effect On Weight Loss, Study Finds

Researchers are questioning whether breakfast really helps with weight loss. Two trials tested the merits of the most important meal of the day and were published in the August issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The studies tested the main breakfast claims that is helps with weight loss and boosts metabolism, according to a Time article. Researchers at […]

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Cancer Risk Reduced By Smelling Farts Study Suggests

Cancer Risk Reduced By Smelling Farts Study Suggests

A study carried out at the University of Exeter says that smelling farts could hold therapeutic benefits to cancer and various diseases. Cancer research scientists at the University of Exeter are suggesting that the smell of fart might actually be beneficial in terms of reducing a person’s risk of cancer and other chronic illnesses. This is because the eggy-smell of a […]

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Leading Scientist Claims A Bottle Of Wine A Day ‘Is Not Bad For You’

Leading Scientist Claims A Bottle Of Wine A Day ‘Is Not Bad For You’

A leading scientist has claimed that a bottle of wine a day will not harm your health. Former World Health Organisation alcohol expert Dr Kari Poikolainen has analyzed decades of research into the effects of alcohol on the human body, The Daily Mail reports. The recommended daily allowance for alcohol consumption in Britain may well be around the size of […]

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Women Choose Mates by Shoulder Size First, Research Suggests o_0!

Women Choose Mates by Shoulder Size First, Research Suggests o_0!

  Size does matters when women are looking for a mate! A recent study finds, whether it’s the size of a man’s shoulders versus his hips, his height or anywhere else. The research was published in  the National Academy of Sciences, was done to help develop a better understanding of women’s sexual selection. Facial symmetry and body shape are also known to play a role in […]

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Ecstasy May Help People Suffering From PTSD

Ecstasy May Help People Suffering From PTSD

  New research suggests the use of the party drug ecstasy may be effective for treating  post-traumatic stress disorder when used alongside psychotherapy, the military newspaper Stars and Stripes reported. A follow-up study conducted by the MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies) looked at the long-term benefits for participants in a clinical trial conducted more than three years earlier. MAPS researchers […]

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Sitting Down Too Long Will Kill You, Make You Fat and Destroy Your Body (Infographic)

Sitting Down Too Long Will Kill You, Make You Fat and Destroy Your Body (Infographic)

  Who would of guessed that sitting down too long was so bad for you. According to this study done by the American Journal of Epidemiology, it presented facts stating that sitting 6 hours or more raises your death risk. The study stated that even if they exercised, women who sat down 6 or more hours a day were 37% more likely […]

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Science Says Looking At Cute Things Is Good For You

Science Says Looking At Cute Things Is Good For You

  There’s new research out of Japan that may offer you a little bit of mental relief–and actually make you a better worker. Cute animals are the solution. In a series of three small studies, researchers at Hiroshima University found that individuals who were shown pictures of really cure puppies and kitties tended to perform better on tasks. New research […]

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Fat Loss With 30 Mins vs 60 Mins of Aerobic Exercise

Fat Loss With 30 Mins vs 60 Mins of Aerobic Exercise

  A recent study came out looking at aerobic exercise and fat loss. The study compared two groups for 13 weeks – one that did 30 mins of aerobic exercise per day and burned approx 300 calories. The second group did 60 mins of aerobic exercise per day and burned approx 600 calories. At the end of 13 weeks, the […]

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Stanford Researchers’ Cooling Glove ‘Better Than Steroids’ (Video)

Stanford Researchers’ Cooling Glove ‘Better Than Steroids’ (Video)

  The temperature-regulation research of Stanford biologists H. Craig Heller and Dennis Grahn has led to a device that rapidly cools body temperature, greatly improves exercise recovery, and could help explain why muscles get tired. The researchers say the device provides better results than performance-enhancing drugs.     Almost all mammals have a network of veins near a hairless part […]

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Fat Burning Boost Supplement

Fat Burning Boost Supplement

    The supplement carnitine has been a fat burner for years, as well as a potent nitric oxide booster. New research shows that it has one more hidden ability to help you through your workouts–increasing muscle endurance. Researchers from the United Kingdom gave subjects either 2 grams of L-carnitine L-tartrate twice per day or a placebo for 24 weeks. […]

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