Many Brits barely walk and this despite knowing the benefits of exercise, even agreed by British Heart Foundation. This was stated in a poll.
About 25 per cent of people did not even walk for an hour per week, according to YouGov survey, which was conducted on behalf of the charity Ramblers.
Out of 2000 adults questioned, about 43 per cent stated that they did not even walk for two hours every week.
The worst was West Midlands. People here stated that they were walking less than 60 minutes a week.
As reported by a team of researchers from University of Strathclyde, Galleria mellonella who are also known as diminutive Greater wax moth might have ability to transmit the ultrasonic sounds thus wor
Teardown site iFixit recently ripped apart a retail unit of the small Android-powered gaming console Ouya to ascertain the openness of its design and its repairability; and gave the device a very high ranking in terms of repairability.
According to the results of the iFixit repairability test of the retail-ready Ouya console, which is likely to hit the markets on June 4, the device scored a highly commendable 9 out of 10 points.
With Apple expected to unveil its next mobile OS version - the still-to-be-announced iOS 7 - at its upcoming WWDC event in June, reports on different websites have hinted that the company is probably testing the new iOS to ensure that it is ready to be introduced to the developers and the public.
It has recently been reported by Apple news site MacRumors and mobile site creator Onswipe that, in the last week, there were indications galore that traffic emanating from iOS 7 had witnessed a notable increase.
Software biggie Microsoft recently previewed some of the forthcoming features which it is bringing to Office Web Apps, the browser-based Web component of the company's Office 365 product.
With Office Web apps essentially delivering online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, one of the new features recently previewed by Microsoft included the real-time co-authoring support.
About 40 per cent of patients who complain of chronic back pain could be cured with a course of antibiotics rather than surgery, in a medical breakthrough that one spinal surgeon says is worthy of a Nobel prize.
At some point of time in life, out of five, four suffer from back problems in Britain.
The country's first case of new SARS-like virus has been reported by France's health ministry. In the Saudi Arabia, the virus has killed many people. The total number of deaths are 18.
The deadly novel coronavirus was found in a 65-year-old man, who came back to France from a holiday in Dubai. He is in intensive care intensive care in a hospital in the northern city of Douai.
It added, "This is the first and only confirmed case in France to date."
A detailed assessment has been done on how climate change is affecting the wildlife as well as plants in Britain by Natural England and the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Rapid decline in the population of honeybees in the US has become a reason to worry, as it is highly likely to threaten the nation's food supply.
Google Inc. on Wednesday asked a U. S. appeals court to deny class status to authors who claim that the Internet firm's digital library project violates their copyrights.
Mountain View, Calif.-based Google is seeking to overturn a lower-court order that allowed the group of authors to proceed as a class on behalf of other writers.
Canines have been appointed for the task of searching mussels and have been made part of the Department of Natural Resources' effort at the Governor's fishing opener.
A data released by the British Heart Foundation states that out of the total number of people, who suffer from a heart disorder, about three quarters are surviving in the North-East.
The North-East has been burdened with the consequences of heart failure and a report stating fewer deaths due to heart disorder cannot put to rest the impact the disease has.
Council chiefs have stated that despite changes planned, England has an uncertain future in regard to social care as services have been forced into budget cuts.
According to research by the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services, this year alone, from the £16bn budget, £800m was likely to be taken.
It was warned by the group that this definitely meant that things were going from bad to worse.
This follows after things becoming evident that the government is all set to state in the Queen's Speech that it is determined to reform the system.
Scientists feel that exposing skin to sunlight derives several benefits and they outweigh the risks faced by the skin associated with sun exposure.
According to Edinburgh University, there is a reduction in blood pressure, reduction in the chances of getting a heart attack and risks of a stroke. Exposure to sun also increases life.
The Department of Agriculture revealed in Tuesday that the population of honeybees declined by 31% in the US last winter.
At the Adobe MAX Creativity Conference in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Adobe announced that its recent decision with regard to subscription-based `cloud' offering - Creative Cloud (CC) - will result in a strategic shift in the focus of its Research & Development (R&D) efforts, with the spotlight now to be on CC rather than the Creative Suite.
The announcement buy Adobe underscores a `bold' plan by the company as it apparently marks a deviation from perpetual licensing and boxed offerings, and, in effect, Creative Suite 6 (CS6).
On Tuesday, Bethesda Softworks announced the return of the classic first-person shooter, the Wolfenstein series, with a new title called `Wolfenstein: The New Order.' The new game is a re-imagined and action-adventures edition of Wolfenstein; and it puts the gamers in control of an American war hero - B. J. Blazkowicz - during the period when the Nazis won World War II.
Set in the 1960s Europe, the task which `Wolfenstein: The New Order' sets before the players acting as the protagonist is to launch a counter-offensive which has been described as `impossible.'
As per the latest report of State Of The World's Mothers 2013, more newborns die on the first day of their birth in India than in any other country.
Teases are being tweeted by Bethesda and the only thing that could be spotted was that Gamespot was having something exclusive.
Maxis and EA have been adding something new to the Sims franchise, The Sims 4. However, it has been just a few months when SimCity was launched with the debacle that followed.
As per a new release, Physicists in Switzerland claim to have created the smallest of drops of liquid. The scientists believe that the droplets would be able to lead to the further understanding of collective behavior. The short-lived droplet is equivalent to 100,000th the size of a hydrogen atom and about the size of three to five protons....
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