With what type of exercises do you get the strongest bones?

With what type of exercises do you get the strongest bones?

Larger muscles, more defined legs, flat abs. In the world of exercises are countless routines and tips to improve fitness and contribute to a healthier life given the benefits of physical activity to the heart, lungs and brain. But there is a part of our body that is often forgotten:...

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Do you know which is the dirtiest place in your kitchen? Maybe it will surprise you

Do you know which is the dirtiest place in your kitchen? Maybe it will surprise you

Many of us are cleaning enthusiasts and we use antibacterials to clean dirty surfaces. But beyond the environmental cost of using these products, is it money well invested? There is no doubt that some of the germs that lurk in our homes hurt us. For example, you must be very...

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Cleaning your house is equal to 20 cigarettes per day!

Cleaning your house is equal to 20 cigarettes per day!

The regular use of certain cleaning products can have harmful effects on the lungs, according to a recent study from the Department of Clinical Science at the University of Bergen in Norway. The researchers studied more than 6,000 people of both sexes for 20 years and found that women “who...

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How much radon should concern you, the radioactive gas that is the most important cause of lung cancer after tobacco

How much radon should concern you, the radioactive gas that is the most important cause of lung cancer after tobacco

Radon, a natural, odorless, colorless and tasteless radioactive gas, is the most important cause of lung cancer after smoking, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). It is generated spontaneously because it is a descendant of the natural disintegration chain of uranium, present in all soils. But if outdoors is...

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What happens to your body if you spend 20 days without going to the bathroom?

What happens to your body if you spend 20 days without going to the bathroom?

To spend 20 days without defecating seems impossible, it is undoubtedly uncomfortable and dangerous? The question comes in the wake of the “clean-up strike” that has been undertaken by a man in Harlow, United Kingdom, whom the police accuse of hiding drugs inside his body. The suspect has already completed 20...

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Hairfall? Try McDonald’s Fries!

Hairfall? Try McDonald’s Fries!

McDonald’s ‘world famous fries’ may be the cure for more than just hunger. A Japanese stem cell research team may have found a way to eliminate baldness by using an ingredient in McDonald’s french fries, reported the New York Post. The scientists from Yokohama National University discovered the chemical dimethylpolysiloxane, a...

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The huge study warns that combining very hot tea with tobacco multiplies by 5 the risk of esophageal cancer

The huge study warns that combining very hot tea with tobacco multiplies by 5 the risk of esophageal cancer

A tip that tea lovers could thank: let it cool before the first sip. A study warns that consuming very hot increases the risk of developing esophageal cancer if combined with cigarettes. The findings, based on the long-term follow-up of more than 450,000 participants, were published in the Annals of Internal Medicine ....

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The dangers of illegal tooth whitening and the terrible side effects it has

The dangers of illegal tooth whitening and the terrible side effects it has

“I can only describe it as a penetrating and terribly aching pain that lasted about 45 minutes,” says Richard Grieveson, who underwent a tooth-whitening procedure that went awry. The problem was that in their treatment they used levels of a bleaching agent much higher than those legally allowed. And Richard’s...

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What happens to your body during high intensity exercise and why they are so effective

What happens to your body during high intensity exercise and why they are so effective

It is a formula that came to the fitness world to stay: high intensity but less time is equal to a greater benefit. So it has become popular and has become the most fashionable type of training in recent years. Several studies on the effectiveness of high-intensity interval exercises highlight the benefits they offer to...

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How to work all night and survive the next day

How to work all night and survive the next day

When Kevin Morgan stays up late, he uses a tried and tested strategy to survive. His work area is well lit, he often eats a sandwich in the middle of the night and takes a 90-minute nap before going to work. It also ensures that there is enough ground coffee available....

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The drama in the operating room during a revolutionary transplant that promises to save thousands of lives

The drama in the operating room during a revolutionary transplant that promises to save thousands of lives

A donated liver is being transferred from London to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, in the north of England. It was against the clock. Time is critical “The liver is being deprived of oxygen, with every minute that passes, more liver cells are dying and the risks of that liver not...

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How the algorithm that predicts death works

How the algorithm that predicts death works

Imagine if you could know that you are going to suffer a heart attack hours before it happens. This – which sounds like science fiction – today is already possible. At least for some patients who are interned in hospitals in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has...

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What scientists want to know about you with a capsule that measures your flatulence levels

What scientists want to know about you with a capsule that measures your flatulence levels

In simple terms it is a flatulence sensor that transmits “live” information. Researchers from the RMIT University ( Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology ) in Australia recently conducted the first trials on people of the device, the size of a pill, which transmits information in real time from the patient’s intestine. Once...

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Hospital patients less likely to survive ‘off-hours’ cardiac arrest: study

Hospital patients less likely to survive ‘off-hours’ cardiac arrest: study

NEW YORK: Hospital patients who have a cardiac arrest may be more likely to die if it happens in the middle of the night or on a weekend than if it occurs on a weekday, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers examined data on more than 151,000 adults who had a...

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What are the calories that obsess us so much and how are they measured?

What are the calories that obsess us so much and how are they measured?

We count them, we worry about the ingested ones or those that we burn, and sometimes they torment us because they are the price that we pay for a pleasure. But, do you know what exactly calories are? For a calorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature...

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When is mold in food dangerous to health?

When is mold in food dangerous to health?

I throw it or I eat it? Surely you’ve ever wondered this when reopening a half-forgotten bottle of tomato sauce or jam and finding a grayish fluff on the surface. Molds are microscopic fungi that feed on animal or vegetable matter. Meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and breads succumb to their invasion. What...

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Containing or blocking a sneeze can break your throat

Containing or blocking a sneeze can break your throat

Containing a sneeze completely blocking the nose and mouth can cause serious physical harm, doctors warn. The warning comes in the wake of the unusual case of a 34-year-old man who was treated in England for a tissue rupture in his throat, caused by the repression of a large sneeze....

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5 things you should not tell someone with acne

5 things you should not tell someone with acne

If you ever had or have acne or lived close to someone who suffered from it, you will know that people, acquaintances and strangers, often openly comment on your pimples, give you advice on diet or offer remedies for which you have not asked. “You should drink more water” and...

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What is the difference between colds and flu?

What is the difference between colds and flu?

Many people believe that the flu is a bad cold or stronger than usual. But in reality they are different viruses that cause the cold and the flu. Of course, both types of viruses are spread in the same way, through millions of tiny droplets that an infected person drops when...

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Lying is harmful to health

Lying is harmful to health

False apologies, simulated interest: we all lie and thus avoid conflicts. But it’s not as easy as it sounds. Lying has defensively disadvantages. Very good, everything perfect! It is the most common lie that people usually tell, according to a survey conducted by the Science Museum in London. The list also appears: I had...

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5 foods that may surprise you that are beneficial for exercise

5 foods that may surprise you that are beneficial for exercise

It’s December, a month that for many is synonymous with parties, entertainment, meals and celebrations. It is a period in which the intensity of the battle between will and duty increases over what is beneficial or not for our body, particularly in regard to diet and exercise. It is common...

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How a simple scarf can prevent asthma attacks in winter

How a simple scarf can prevent asthma attacks in winter

” A scarf can save a life “. That is the motto of a campaign launched this week in the United Kingdom in preparation for the arrival of winter. Breathing cold, humid air can cause the airways to tighten and an asthma attack is triggered in three out of four patients with the disease,...

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The simple and innovative diet to fight Diabetes

The simple and innovative diet to fight Diabetes

“This is how I beat diabetes with 200-calorie soups”: the simple and innovative diet that could revolutionize the fight against this disease Isobel Murray was one of 300 people who participated in a clinical trial conducted in the United Kingdom in which almost half of the patients overcame the type...

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Muscles in the ears and other 4 things that our body has and no longer needs

Muscles in the ears and other 4 things that our body has and no longer needs

It was Darwin who first spoke of the theory of evolution. To survive, living beings adapt to the environment by acquiring or getting rid of resources that will allow them to reproduce more and better. Natural selection is the basic principle that the naturist explains in his acclaimed work The Origin of...

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50 Years since the First Heart Transplant in the World

50 Years since the First Heart Transplant in the World

On December 3, 1967, the world learned that a doctor had transplanted into a man the heart of a dead woman in Cape Town. A feat compared with the arrival of man to the moon.

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Tips for Mental Health

Tips for Mental Health

Healthy living involves more than physical health; it also includes emotional or mental health. The following are some ways people can support their mental health and well-being. Get enough sleep daily, the CDC recommends the following by age group (naps inclusive) 12-18 hours from birth to 2 months, 14-15 hours...

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The huge amount of bacteria that common flies carry (and how they can spread diseases)

The huge amount of bacteria that common flies carry (and how they can spread diseases)

It is known that flies carry germs that they collect and spread throughout the places where they travel. This is not a surprise considering that to reproduce they usually place their eggs in places like garbage, excrement or dead animals. That is why we are horrified when one of these...

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Interactive map: how many cigarettes a day makes you smoke the air of your city?

Interactive map: how many cigarettes a day makes you smoke the air of your city?

India received a congratulation from the World Health Organization on the most recent World No Tobacco Day for its low levels of cigarette smokers. His average of 111 cigarettes per adult per year is one of the lowest on the planet. However, thousands of people in the capital, New Delhi , involuntarily “smoke”...

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The test to determine if taking too much paracetamol causes liver damage

The test to determine if taking too much paracetamol causes liver damage

Excessive consumption of paracetamol is the leading cause of acute liver failure in the United Kingdom and the United States, but many people do not know that an overdose of this popular painkiller can have serious consequences. A new blood test developed by British experts now allows us to determine whether a...

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Why eating in a hurry is harmful to your health

Why eating in a hurry is harmful to your health

Taking time to eat slowly, savoring each bite, without distractions, may seem like a luxury for many people facing pressures at work or at home. But eating calmly is essential for health , according to a new study presented in California at the annual meeting of the United States Cardiology Association. Swallowing...

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High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140

High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140

LOS ANGELES: High blood pressure was redefined Monday by the American Heart Association, which said the disease should be treated sooner, when it reaches 130/80 mm Hg, not the previous limit of 140/90. Doctors now recognize that complications “can occur at those lower numbers,” said the first update to comprehensive US...

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Angiokeratomas – A Disease That Makes You Look Like A Tree

Angiokeratomas – A Disease That Makes You Look Like A Tree

Holly Keeble is 18 years old and can not be happier to have finished school. A birthmark became a nightmare for years. “The doctors told me they had never seen anyone with something like that.” This British girl was born with angiokeratomas , a disorder that causes the proliferation of dilated blood vessels on the surface...

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Avoid the cold: the best tricks to avoid falling ill this winter

Avoid the cold: the best tricks to avoid falling ill this winter

To think that seasonal ailments are inevitable is a very common mistake, even more so if we consider that it is enough to follow specific guidelines to avoid sneezing.   The atypical fall of almost summery weather has already given way to the cold more typical of these dates. Finally, some will think...

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The 4 reasons why you do not lose weight (and it may be due to cortisol)

The 4 reasons why you do not lose weight (and it may be due to cortisol)

You take time to diet but you can not lose weight. You have tried everything from eating vegetables, grilled white meat, drinking two liters of water… and even going to the gym. If you think you have done everything right, your problem is in cortisol levels. When it comes to losing weight, we tend to fall...

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7 important symptoms that may seem normal and that you should not ignore

7 important symptoms that may seem normal and that you should not ignore

There are ailments, such as loss of vision or speech, which immediately make the alarms jump and consult the doctor. But what about the more subtle symptoms to which we can downplay it? When it comes to diseases, as the saying goes, prevention is better than cure. Some signals that our...

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Infertility in men: “I felt that my life was sinking”

Infertility in men: “I felt that my life was sinking”

Infertility affects 16% of couples who want to have children and in 40% of cases the cause is man, show data from the National Center for Biotechnology and Information in the United States. However, treatments to treat male infertility are outdated and scarce , according to experts at the University of Edinburgh. Most procedures...

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How to recognize the symptoms of pancreatic cancer

How to recognize the symptoms of pancreatic cancer

Stomach pain, indigestion, unexplained weight loss and stool that float instead of sinking are some of the warnings sent by our body to tell us that something is wrong. The mortality rate of pancreatic cancer is 99%, due in part to the fact that it is detected very late and also to the scarce...

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Why it is safer to undergo cardiac surgery in the afternoon than in the morning

Why it is safer to undergo cardiac surgery in the afternoon than in the morning

Patients who undergo cardiac surgery in the afternoon have less risk of potentially lethal complications than those who are operated on in the morning, new research says. This, the scientists say, is due to the biological clock, or circadian rhythm. The biological clock is the reason why we feel sleepy...

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5 new things you can do with Gmail without leaving your email

5 new things you can do with Gmail without leaving your email

Gmail, the most used email service in the world, is not only used to send emails. As explained by Google – the company responsible for the platform – on its official website, the company has just launched a series of extensions that allow “a new way of working”, thanks to...

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Cure for bicarbonate, sharks do not suffer from cancer … 7 myths about cancer that you thought were true

Cure for bicarbonate, sharks do not suffer from cancer … 7 myths about cancer that you thought were true

False news has also reached the field of health. Cancer patients go online to learn about symptoms and, sometimes, cures. Therefore, an NGO in the United Kingdom has hired a nurse who is responsible for denying the myths about this disease. 40% of people diagnosed with cancer go online to find more...

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“The brain never stops changing, therefore we never stop learning and transforming ourselves”: the neuroscientist Mariano Sigman

“The brain never stops changing, therefore we never stop learning and transforming ourselves”: the neuroscientist Mariano Sigman

Mariano Sigman, a prestigious and multi-awarded Argentine neuroscientist, is the author of “The Secret Life of the Mind,” a book that explores why we behave the way we do, how thoughts originate and other fascinating themes about the mind and awareness. Can intelligence be trained or improved after childhood or...

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7 simple techniques to help young children relax

7 simple techniques to help young children relax

Even the smallest can suffer from stress or anxiety, especially in situations of change or moments of stress. Fortunately, there are many simple things that parents, family or friends can do with them to help them calm down and regain peace of mind. Also, being able to recognize and deal with...

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Twins joined at the head, separated in India

Twins joined at the head, separated in India

Surgeons in the Indian capital, Delhi, have separated twin boys who were conjoined at the tops of their heads. Two-year-old Jaga and Kalia underwent 16 hours of surgery, and are now in the intensive care unit, doctors said. A team of 30 doctors carried out the surgery – the first...

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It is ok to Day Dream says science

It is ok to Day Dream says science

Have you ever been challenged to be fantasizing instead of paying attention to something they are telling you or teaching you? As it turns out that fantasizing or daydreaming is an important function of the brain and the same brain region associated with daydreaming is what allows us to perform...

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Vitamin B6 and B12 Supplements Appear to Cause Cancer in Men

Vitamin B6 and B12 Supplements Appear to Cause Cancer in Men

Energy. If you’re not taking vitamin B12, forget about having energy. As The Dr. Oz Show has recommended, “End your energy crisis with Vitamin B12.” The nice thing about sublingual pills is “you don’t need a doctor, you don’t need a prescription.” And don’t get me started on metabolism. If you want to...

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Sour Rice Recipe Video – How to Make Hyderabadi Khatta Khana at Home – Easy & Simple

Sour Rice Recipe Video – How to Make Hyderabadi Khatta Khana at Home – Easy & Simple

Khatta Khana or Sour Rice from Maimoona Yasmeen’s Recipes Ingredients: Rice: 500 grams Tamarind (pakki imli): 50 grams Cumin seeds (zeera): 1 ½ …

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Leftover Roti Thin Crust Crispy Pizza Video Recipe | Bhavna’s Kitchen

Leftover Roti Thin Crust Crispy Pizza Video Recipe | Bhavna’s Kitchen

Turn leftover roti into thin crust crispy yummy pizza! You can then take this pizza in your lunchbox or tiffin. Be sure to let it cool on cooling rack to retain crispness …

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Umami BBQ Spare Ribs Recipe!

Umami BBQ Spare Ribs Recipe!

55 burger recipes right here! http://vid.io/xonP Low n Slow BBQ Pork Ribs with an

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How To Make Kulcha At Home | Baked Kulcha Recipe | Divine Taste With Anushruti

How To Make Kulcha At Home | Baked Kulcha Recipe | Divine Taste With Anushruti

Learn how to make baked kulcha at home with Anushruti only on Rajshri Food. Kulcha is a typical Punjabi recipe.It is a type of leavened bread which is popular …

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Baalon Ka Girna ilaaj – Hair Fall Treatment in Urdu