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Men with higher testosterone like spicier foods

Men with higher testosterone like spicier foods

According to a new study, men with a high level of testosterone, are likely to prefer spicier foods in their diet. The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Grenoble.

Lifestyle affects ageing of brain, study

Lifestyle affects ageing of brain, study

According to a new study, the lifestyle of people accounts for ageing of the brain among people.

Excess use of Facebook may lead to impulse control disorders, study

Excess use of Facebook may lead to impulse control disorders, study

According to a new study, excess use of social networking sites like Facebook may lead to several control disorders, including substance abuse.

Scientists develop 'bionic bra' that adjusts to breast rhythm

Scientists develop 'bionic bra' that adjusts to breast rhythm

A team of scientists have developed a new 'bionic bra' that has the ability to automatically adjust itself in response to the breast movement in order to provide more comfort to the user.

Salt Consumption Safer Than Sugar: Research

Salt Consumption Safer Than Sugar: Research

As per a new research, sugar can be more hazardous to health compared to salt. The research found that intake of sugar in excess can lead to increased risk of high blood pressure.

Use of social media is beneficial to health of elderly, study

Use of social media is beneficial to health of elderly, study

According to a new study, the use of social networking sites can be beneficial to the health of the elderly people.

Scientists develop foods that are more filling

Scientists develop foods that are more filling

A team of scientists in the UK have developed an ingredient that makes foods more filling and will thus help fight obesity.

Early starters more likely to become heavy drinkers, study

Early starters more likely to become heavy drinkers, study

According to a new long term study, those who start drinking at an early age are more likely to become binge drinkers in life.

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Arctic warming twice as fast as average rise on rest of planet

A recent survey conducted on Arctic has revealed that north of polar region is warming twice as fast as the average rise for the rest of the planet.

The scientists from more than 60 scientists in 13 countries compiled a 2014 Arctic Report Card, which was released Wednesday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)....

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