This common food additive may fuel weight gain, diabetes

Food additives are a mainstay of Western diets. New research shows how a commonly used anti-mold agent alters sugar metabolism and drives insulin resistance in mice and men. Obesity and type 2 diabetes have reached epidemic levels, with nearly 40 percent of adults in the United States classed as obese and, as of 2015, 9.4…

How much fiber we should eat to prevent disease.

Researchers and public health organizations have long hailed the benefits of eating fiber, but how much fiber should we consume, exactly? This question has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to commission a new study. The results appear in the journal The Lancet. The new research aimed to help develop new guidelines for dietary fiber consumption,…

Scientists find cocaine in shrimps in Suffolk rivers

Scientists found cocaine in freshwater shrimps when testing rivers for chemicals, a study said. Researchers at King’s College London, in collaboration with the University of Suffolk, tested 15 different locations across Suffolk. Their report said cocaine was found in all samples tested. Other illicit drugs, such as ketamine, were also widespread in the shrimp. The…

Why are all around you stupid?

  2- Resolution of the conflicts Albritt Einstein “We can’t resolve the conflicts by the same way of thinking that were used to originate them.” … How the conflicts are originated? to answer this question.. Let me ask you a question: How does each of us see the world around him?  When we went out…

Common blood pressure drug may increase cardiac arrest risk

  A preliminary study concludes that a drug that doctors commonly prescribe to treat angina and blood pressure might increase the risk of sudden cardiac arrest. A recent study looked at the risk factors behind cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops pumping blood around the body. If a person does not receive…

Common blood pressure drug may increase cardiac arrest risk

  A preliminary study concludes that a drug that doctors commonly prescribe to treat angina and blood pressure might increase the risk of sudden cardiac arrest. A recent study looked at the risk factors behind cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops pumping blood around the body. If a person does not receive…

Why are all around you stupid?

  1. Are they really stupid? Most people – especially the smart ones – suffer from this resident feeling, a sense of the lack of intelligence of others. We feel this feeling for several reasons,and what confirms this feeling .. They are: – Others may not understand what we mean often. –  Others sometimes act…

The way to happy marriage

Marriage may seem as old-fashioned as sepia tone, but repeated research shows that people who remain married to one partner are the happiest (1) and that married people are statistically happier and live longer (2) than their non-married counterparts. Do we even know why some marriages work and some don’t? Fortunately for this article, we…

How to Find Your Hidden Talents

If you can determine what your talents are, you can tap into an amazing resource that can help you in every aspect of your life, including your business. Whether you are searching for the perfect type of business to open or you want to find ways to grow the one you have, you may find…

3 Tips To Remember What You Read

  Why? You would think that schools teach kids how to read well. Schools do try. I work with middle-school teachers and they tell me that many students are 2–3 years behind grade level in reading proficiency. No doubt, television, cell phones, and the Web are major contributors to this problem, which will apparently get…