Lifestyle

Why You Should Hug Your Loved One Everyday?

why you should hug everyday

If you’re not much of a hugger, think again, as new research suggests that a cuddle with your loved one could have plenty of health benefits. Academics from Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania have concluded that a hug can improve physical and psychological health, while also benefiting relationships. They propose that interpersonal touch of this kind acts as a buffer against the effects of interpersonal conflict and the psychological stress that comes with it, but noted that there is limited research into the influence of hugs specifically, as scientists have largely focused on the role of touch in romantic relationships. ...

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Protein Intake Regulates Disabilities at Older Age..!!

protein food helps to reduce disabilities at old age

Consumption of more protein-based foods could contribute to helping older people to delay disability, according to a study published in the Journal of American Geriatrics Society. To live successfully and independently, older adults need to be able to manage two different levels of life skills: basic daily care and basic housekeeping activities. Basic daily care includes feeding yourself, bathing, dressing, and going to the toilet on your own. You also need to handle basic housekeeping activities, such as managing your finances and having the mobility to shop and participate in social activities. If someone has trouble performing these two types ...

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Cellphones may Cause EYE CANCER Says a Recent Study

cell phones causes cancer

Researchers claimed to have found ‘clear evidence’ that shows radiation from cell phones does cause Cancer. According to a 10-year study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), it causes various types of cancers from the heart to the Brain. Even though the study was conducted on rodents that were exposed to higher levels than humans, the association between the phones and cancer was evident in male rats. However, researchers note the evidence was less clear when it came to female rats. Nevertheless, scientists warn that men especially should be cautious and minimize their exposure particularly in sensitive areas. Senior ...

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India’s First Domestic Luxury Cruise Looks Like a Dream..!!

first luxury cruise in India

After multiple delays, the much anticipated and talked about luxury cruise from Mumbai to Goa is sailed on October 12, 2018. Angriya, India’s first domestic luxury cruise, started its sail from the Purple Gate of Mumbai’s Indira Docks at 5pm and ended its journey at Mormugao in south Goa the next day at 9am, making it a 16-hour long voyage. Named after Kanhoji Angre, or Conajee Angria, the first Admiral of the Maratha Navy, the cruise vessel will house six decks, 104 cabins for accommodation that have a variety of options to pick from – ranging from dorms and pods to family ...

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What are the latest trends in modern jewellery?

The trends in jewellery are always changing. They sure do not come announcing like big technological rollouts but small changes are always going on. Jewellery is something that most people do not like to have on themselves and you can try out your own preferences. But if you would like to know about the modern trends that people are taking to, you should read on. You can try these following trends and mix them with the way you dress up, creating a style of your own. This is all about fun and how you can look beautiful by trying out ...

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Children of Most Advanced Age Fathers are More Endangered to Health Risks at Birth

children are at risk if fathers are advanced in age

Newborns of fathers 45 and older are more likely to be underweight or wind up in intensive care, researchers reported Thursday, adding to the list of problems associated with older dads. For fathers 55 and up, infants tended to score worse in a standardized test used to assess the baby’s health immediately after birth. Even more startling — and harder to explain — was a heightened risk for women carrying the child of a man 55 and older of diabetes arising during pregnancy, according to a study published in the medical journal BMJ.  All these conclusions, the researchers cautioned, are ...

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Elephant falls asleep while listening to Ilayaraja’s song in Kerala

In what could be termed as a strange act, an elephant in Kerala falls asleep while listening to Ilayaraja songs. The elephant which is reportedly suffering from insomnia only goes to deep sleep when his master sings Alliyilam Poovo, a famous lullaby song from 1984 movie Mangalam Nerunnu. The man caressing the elephant and singing the song has gone viral on micro-blogging site Twitter. Sreekumar, a 40-year-old mahout says “many efforts are made to get the elephant into sleep but none were succeeded. But when whispered the song caressing the elephant, it went asleep.”

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3 Tips For Sleeping Better When You’re Sharing A Bed With Your Partner!

As romantic and lovely as the idea of sleeping with your partner seems, the reality is that it can be a bit frustrating. Read: hogging of blankets, needing the air conditioning settings to be different, snoring (yes), heavy breathing, and so on. The list really can be never ending. Even with all of these factors that can impede your nightly zzz, you might still prefer sharing a bed with your partner over moving to a different space to sleep. In fact, some researchers believe that sleeping with a partner is related to having better health and sleeping better. So, here ...

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Woman Unable To Move Her Fingers After Week-Long Cell Phone Binge!

A woman in China recently found she was unable to move her fingers after a week-long binge of using her cell phone continually. According to Shanghaiist, the incident took place in the city of Changsha in China’s Hunan province. The unnamed woman had to seek treatment at a hospital before she regained normal movement in her hand. As per a Pear Video report, the woman apparently took a week off from work, but spent the whole time glued to her phone. She only released it when she went to sleep every night. After a few days, however, she began to ...

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You’re more likely to be PSYCHOPATH if you have your Black Coffee!

If you’ve ever been on a coffee date with someone who chose black coffee over the typical indulgent caffeinated creation, you might want to take your latte and run. Apparently, you’re on a date with a psychopath. A new study from the University of Innsbruck in Austria found that people who prefer their coffee black often have psychopathic or sadistic tendencies. The study, published in the journal Appetite, surveyed over 1,000 adults about their flavor preferences. They also took four different personality tests that assessed machiavellian traits like narcissism, psychopathy, sadism, and aggression. Researchers found a trend that suggested a ...

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