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As we age, our muscle cells are slowly exchanged, one by one, for fat cells.
According to a new study, using musical cues to learn a physical task positively impacts parts of the brain.
The result suggests that the odour of what we eat may play an important role in how the body deals with calories.
The researchers found that regular exposure to night noise level above or equal to 55 decibel equivalent to the noise of a suburban street can significantly increase infertility.
The findings suggested that night shifts suppress the production of 'sleep hormone' melatonin.
Taking a brisk walk or engaging in other moderate-intensity physical activities may help slow down the progression of Alzheimer's disease, says a study.
A new research from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark suggests during pregnancy, intake of Paracetamol pill can reduced sex drive and aggressive behaviour in males.
A recent study suggests cycling to office can help reduce stress and improve your work performance.
Participating in recreational activities such as aerobics and muscle-strengthening activities adversely could increase the risk of facial fractures and other injuries, a study has warned.
The findings, published in the journal Preventive Medicine, also showed that starting at age 35, activity levels declined through midlife and older adulthood.
With no medical treatment for gluten intolerance, researches have found raw material for malting and brewing gluten-free beers.
Besides financial issues, many farmers to commit suicide especially during economic crises or periods of extreme weather, several other factors may drive farmers to take the extreme step, says study.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University at New Delhi will have to wind up its Centre for Study of Discrimination and Exclusion from the next academic year.
You can achieve a super-sized memory like that of a world champion, suggests a new study which found that the ability to perform astonishing feats of memory can be learned.