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Women in their 30s who don’t exercise have higher heart risk

US News - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:33

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An important research has found that women in their 30s who have no physical workout have a much higher risk of heart attacks as compared to those who smoke and are overweight.

Scientists found that women who are inactive in young age have a 50 percent higher chance to developing heart disease later in life as compared to the ones who exercise.

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Depressed teenagers have negative effects on their future love life

US News - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:11

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According to a new study experiencing negative feelings during teenage can have adverse effects on relationships even when you are a middle aged person.

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Training in music rushes blood to left side of the brain

US News - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 09:05

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A recent study shows that training in music increases the flow of blood in the brain's left portal. Researchers from the University of Liverpool did the study which clearly shows the relation between music training and any other kind of learning to have the same neural path.

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Number of Scots waiting over four hours in A&E triples

US News - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:50

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A new report has some very disturbing figures which suggest that the number of Scots waiting over four hours for emergency in the A&E departments has almost tripled in five years.

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Taj and Co selling truly authentic ‘halal’ meat

US News - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:45

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Very close to the Birmingham city centre is a old red building where thousands of chicken face the same fate everyday when a man with razor sharp knife in his hand comes and utters a small prayer before skilfully slitting the throat of the chicken.

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Study: mentally ill people less likely to be violent

US News - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:30

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According to a new study of the mentally ill in Sweden done on a large scale, mentally ill people have much lesser chances to commit a violent crime if they are on medication prescribed by a psychiatrist.

Numerous mental-wellbeing masters say the association between the two is exaggerated in the minds of general people.

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Healthier lifestyle can save 23 percent lives in England and Wales

US News - Thu, 05/08/2014 - 10:27

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Unhealthy lifestyle habits like eating junk food, drinking and smoking have caused a steep increase in the number of deaths in the country.

The most significant reason for avoidable deaths among the population of England and Wales is lung cancer for ladies and heart disease for men.

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