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Widely used oil linked to alzheimer’s disease

Widely used oil linked to alzheimer’s disease
Percy Percy 2 days, 6 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The oil was linked to poor learning and weight gain. Canola oil — a widely used vegetable oil — has been linked to memory problems and possibly Alzheimer’s disease by new research. One of the most widely cons...
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The real cause of alzheimer’s is not all in the brain

The real cause of alzheimer’s is not all in the brain
Percy Percy 2 days, 15 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The cause of Alzheimer’s is not just in the brain. Alzheimer’s disease could be a problem that involves the whole body, according to new research. Alzheimer’s — the most common form of dementia — has usually ...
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The strangest sign of a psychopath

The strangest sign of a psychopath
Lady Lady 2 days, 15 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email This strange sign could help you spot a psychopath. Psychopaths find it hard to tell the difference between simple odours like fish and oranges, research finds. The finding comes from 79 non-criminal psychopa...
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Why smart people are more prone to anxiety

Why smart people are more prone to anxiety
Percy Percy 2 days, 17 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The reason high intelligence and anxiety are correlated. Intelligence and anxiety may have evolved together as mutually beneficial traits, research finds. This may help to explain why people with high intelli...
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The best exercise to quickly improve memory

The best exercise to quickly improve memory
Sasha Sasha 3 days, 7 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Each exercise session was only 20-minutes long. Short bursts of high-intensity exercise provide a considerable boost to memory, new research finds. The study showed that healthy young adults increased their m...
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This drink reduces new brain cells 40%

This drink reduces new brain cells 40%
Percy Percy 3 days, 13 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email New brain cells in the hippocampus — an area critical for memory — were reduced by 40%. Even moderate alcohol intake could reduce the brain’s ability to produce new cells by 40%, research suggests. Regularly ...
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This posture increases your allure, research finds

This posture increases your allure, research finds
Lady Lady 6 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Only a small change in posture is enough to increase attractiveness. A slight arching of a woman’s back — extending her buttocks outward — makes her more alluring, research finds. It might help to explain the...
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This question predicts serious mental illness

This question predicts serious mental illness
Lady Lady 7 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The question predicts depression, anxiety and substance abuse risk. Questions about a person’s family history of mental illness is one of the quickest ways of predicting their risk of mental illness. A 30-min...
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Happier people raised by parents who do these 3 things

Happier people raised by parents who do these 3 things
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 7 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The largest household panel survey reveals how parents raise happy children. Children grow up happier when their mother is happy in her relationship. Fully 73% of people whose mothers were ‘perfectly happy’ i...
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Little-known anxiety and depression symptom identified

Little-known anxiety and depression symptom identified
Sasha Sasha 8 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email It’s an anxiety and depression symptom that doctors frequently don’t recognise. Feeling physically sick is a little-known sign of anxiety and depression, research finds. Many people — patients and doctors inc...
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The personality type most likely to cheat

The personality type most likely to cheat
Sasha Sasha 8 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Men and women cheat on their partners for different reasons, research finds. Men who are risk-takers, easily excited sexually, or those that have performance anxiety are most likely to cheat, research finds. ...
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Very popular food linked to brain shrinkage

Very popular food linked to brain shrinkage
Sasha Sasha 8 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The shrinkage is linked to developing Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia. Excess sugar in the diet could lead to brain shrinkage, a study suggests. A smaller brain is also linked to problems in o...
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The reason antidepressants fail 50% of people

The reason antidepressants fail 50% of people
Sasha Sasha 9 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Antidepressants only work for around 50% of people. Whether or not antidepressants work depends on how doctors present them to patients, new research finds. Three times as many people respond to antidepressan...
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This is why you should quit facebook for one week

This is why you should quit facebook for one week
Lady Lady 10 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Psychologists tested the effect of a week-long break from Facebook on people’s mental health. Here’s what they found. There is a brand new treatment available which can increase your concentration, boost your ...
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The easiest way to boost long-term memory

The easiest way to boost long-term memory
Lady Lady 10 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Long-term memory can be boosted with the easiest method you can imagine. Simply reading something out loud is the easiest way to boost your memory, new research finds. The action of speaking something out lou...
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This quality makes women more attractive — but not men

This quality makes women more attractive — but not men
Sasha Sasha 6 December, 2017
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email It benefits women but surprisingly had a slightly negative effect on men’s attractiveness. Being nice makes women more attractive to men, research finds. Men who think that women are more ‘responsive’ find th...
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The diet linked to 51% higher depression risk

The diet linked to 51% higher depression risk
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 6 December, 2017
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Huge rise in depression risk is linked to eating certain types of foods. Depression is linked to eating fast food, like hamburgers and pizzas as well as commercially produced cakes, research finds. People who...
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The simplest way to appear much more attractive

The simplest way to appear much more attractive
Sasha Sasha 6 December, 2017
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email How to appear up to 40% more likeable and approachable. Nodding the head increases attractiveness to others by up to 40% research finds. Head nodders were rated as both more likeable and more approachable. I...
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This nutrient balance reverses brain aging

This nutrient balance reverses brain aging
Percy Percy 6 December, 2017
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The best balance of fatty acids for brain health. The right balance between omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids may help promote healthy cognitive aging, new research finds. While we are used to hearing about the...
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The personality traits that protect against depression

The personality traits that protect against depression
Sasha Sasha 6 December, 2017
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Study finds beneficial effect of these two personality traits together on depression. Being extraverted and conscientious helps to reduce the risk of depression in neurotic people, new research finds. People ...
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