Social media messing up teens' sleep

Social media messing up teens' sleepWashington D. C, Jan 27 - All those hours on the social media are actually making your sleep go for a toss, according to a recent study.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine research found that young adults, who spend a lot of time on the social media during the day or check it frequently throughout the week are more likely to suffer sleep disturbances than their peers who use social media less.

Woman's heart attack symptoms differ from a man: Study

Woman's heart attack symptoms differ from a man: StudyWashington D. C, Jan. 26 - A new study has found that a woman's heart attack may have different underlying causes, symptoms and outcomes as compared to men.

Researchers from the American Heart Association have established that heart attacks caused by blockages in the main arteries can occur in both men and women.

Fiber-rich diet can keep lung disease at bay

Fiber-rich diet can keep lung disease at bayWashington D. C, Jan 24 : Fiber-rich foods are known to lower blood sugar, cut cholesterol, prevent constipation and even ward off colon cancer. Now, a new research links intake of fiber in right amount to lower risk of developing lung disease.

`Ideal number` of sex partners you should have had is.

Sex PartnersLondon, Jan 23 - A team of researchers has claimed to have the ' goldilocks' answer to the question: What number of ex-lovers to have before settling down?

The online survey for Britain's biggest extra-marital dating site, wherein 1,000 people took part, found that ten is perceived as the ideal number of lovers to have had for both men and women, the Independent reported.

Intensive instrument playing to blame for musicians' cramp

Intensive instrument playing to blame for musicians' crampWashington D. C, Jan 23 : Practice makes perfect, but for some musicians, too much practice cramps their hands so badly that they can no longer play their instruments, according to a new study.

Chronic stress, anxiety putting your brain at risk

Chronic stress, anxiety putting your brain at riskWashington D. C, Jan 22 - In addition to sleepless nights, chronic stress has now been found to have the ability to damage the brain.

A scientific review paper warns that people need to find ways to reduce chronic stress and anxiety in their lives or they may be at increased risk for developing depression and even dementia.


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