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Coffee and Parkinson's disease - it's not just caffeine

Numerous epidemiologic studies have indicated that coffee consumption reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease. For a long time, efforts have been made to determine what the magic ingredient in this popular beverage is. 1,095 more words

Are U.S. Millennial Men Just as Sexist as Their Dads?

(Source: hbr.org)

Millennials, those Americans now between 16 and 36 years old, are often spoken of as if they’re ushering in a new era of enlightened interpersonal relations. 697 more words

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12 Traits that would make you happy and not money!

You know times have changed quite a bit in half a century. We make far more money than our ancestors did, but according to research, we aren’t any happier. 2,037 more words

13 science-backed ways to appear more attractive

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Attractiveness relies on much more than your physical appearance.

It’s in the way you carry yourself, the folks you hang out with, and how you talk to people — plus a whole lot more. 1,247 more words

Lifestyle

This Tiny, Wireless "Neural Dust" Could Monitor Your Body From Deep Inside | ESIST

Fitbit is starting to seem a little quaint. The sensors of the future will be dust-sized, wireless, implanted deep in the body, and have the potential to robotically control a prosthetic arm or leg or treat diseases like epilepsy. 145 more words

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Eat this or don't? Walk? Run? Confusion over all those studies

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Nearly everything you have been told about the food you eat and the exercise you do and their effects on your health should be met with a raised eyebrow. 1,123 more words

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Scientists Recommend Physical Training Schedule. Part 3 of 3

Scientists Recommend Physical Training Schedule – Part 3 of 3

They don’t have that nine-to-five routine any more, and their lifestyle just isn’t as rigorous”. Davis said it also wasn’t surprising to see that as people got older, or as their mass increased that they were more sedentary. 150 more words

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