How to pave a road with cigarette butts
Cigarette butts encapsulated in asphalt traps toxic chemicals and also solve the alarming problem of cigarette butt waste.
What does your walking pace say about your heart?
Study shows that your walking pace is an excellent indicator of your heart health.
Mindfulness and trauma-informed intervention improves parenting
Mindfulness based parenting intervention improves parenting quality in mothers with opioid use disorder.
How tomatoes reduce skin cancer
Daily consumption of tomatoes may reduce the development of skin cancer tumours.
Try listening to happy music for innovative solutions
Listening to happy music can enhance creativity and finding innovative solutions than listening to silence.
Reduce postoperative pain with sleep and caffeine
A brief period of wakefulness before surgery can increase postoperative pain and prolong recovery. Caffeine may help mitigate this pain.
Does offering an incentive to exercise have any effect?
Offering an incentive does not have a lasting effect on gym visits and on the commitment to exercise, study shows.
You may be a voice hearer with an unusual skill
The brain in people who hear voices may process speech patterns in sounds that cannot be distinguished.
How green tea can prevent diet-induced cognitive decline
Green tea contains properties which could alleviate high-fat and high-fructose induced insulin resistance and cognitive impairment.
Bodily experiences depends on IVF motivation
Researchers find a direct correlation between the intensity of a woman's bodily experiences and her reason for undergoing IVF.
Is "good" cholesterol really good for you?
Extremely high levels of HDL may increase the risk of heart disease and lead to premature death, new research shows.
Is exercise strenuous for you? Try a sports product you believe in
Our expectations can affect how strenuous we find exercise. However, belief in the right product makes a difference.
How the brain organises our experiences
New research shows the brain organises our experiences based on similarities.
Are milk alternatives good for you?
People who prefer milk-alternative drinks may be at risk of iodine deficiency, according to a new study.
Can watching a movie with guns influence your children?
Children who watched a film containing guns played longer with a disabled real gun and pulled the trigger more often.
Jaw disorder intensifies chronic migraine pain
A study shows that chronic migraine sufferers are more likely to experience severe symptoms of TMD.
How toilet paper can power homes in the future
Waste toilet paper could supply our energy needs for the future thanks to a simple two-step process. Who would have...
Does yoga cause more pain?
Yoga causes musculoskeletal pain and exacerbates other injuries, a study reports.Does yoga cause more pain?
How coralberry plant can be used to treat asthma
Extract from coralberry plant has the potential to treat asthma.
Alleviate marital conflict with the help of good friends
Good social network may help alleviate the stress brought on by everyday conflict between marital partners.