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Health & Fitness (08 Aug, 2007)
Your Health is fine, Mr. Bush!
President Bush is in excelent shape, says the report of his yearly medical examination. ...
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Health & Fitness (05 Jun, 2008)
Golfers Live Longer Than Other People
People, who play golf, can expect to increase their life expectancy up to five years, scientists suggest. ...
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Science (10 Nov, 2008)
Researchers Figure Out the Most Irritating Things
A nation wide survey, showed that the top three of the most irritating things reported by 4400 Australians are telemarketing calls, bad drivers and poor customer service. ...
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Health & Fitness (30 Dec, 2008)
Woman's Waist Depends On Her Personality
It is widely known that a lot of factors influence the size and the shape of a woman's waist, including diet, physical exercises, hormones and even the woman's personality. ...
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Health & Fitness (09 Feb, 2009)
Good Physical Shape With Short High-Intensity Trainings Is Possible
A healthy lifestyle and fitness has become a luxury, which many people can't afford. Our busy timetables sometimes give us lack of sleep, not even mentioning lack of physical exercises. ...
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Health & Fitness (21 Feb, 2009)
Lonely People Have Weak Health
Psychologists affirm that loneliness is not less dangerous for a person than smoking and overweight. The lack of relationships with other people not only makes us unhappy, but also influences negatively on our body and mind. ...
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Health & Fitness (07 Mar, 2009)
Regular Physical Exercises Improve Memory
Scientists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Pittsburgh have determined that old people can fight for their future, can stimulate the growth of brain's structures and, in consequence, can improve certain types of memory, with the help of the simplest of the methods. ...
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Health & Fitness (29 Mar, 2009)
Aerobics Lowers Breast Cancer Risk
Scientists from the University of South Carolina proved that aerobic exercises decrease mortality caused by breast cancer by almost 3 times. ...
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Health & Fitness (30 Mar, 2009)
Subway Trips Are Useful For Our Health
The public transport may not be very comfortable, but it is useful. At least this is what Canadian scientists say about subway trips: they replace the daily dose of physical exercises. ...
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Health & Fitness (26 May, 2009)
Woman Lost 25 Kg Thanks To Hypnosis
A British woman has lost circa 25 kg after being insufflated under hypnosis that she was subdued to a surgical operation for reducing her stomach. ...
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Offbeat (16 Mar, 2011)
Top 10 World's Oldest People
This top 10 list of the oldest living people on the planet includes only verified persons. In the Extra section you will be able to find supercetenarians that were not officially verified. ...
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Science (15 Mar, 2007)
Chemical Found in Cosmetics, Soaps and Lubricants is Hazardous for Men
Till now scientists have been aware of the fact that exposure to phthalates is linked to reproductive issues. Recently they have discovered that this chemical, found in nearly everything including plastics, shampoos, cosmetics, lubricants, paint and soaps, is strongly connected to abdominal obesity and insulin resistance in adult males. This scientific discovery was made by the University of Rochester Medical Center. ...
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Health & Fitness (23 Mar, 2007)
Alcohol kills faster than ecstasy
A new drug list was revised by Britain's drug experts to reveal that alcohol and tobacco put your health at greater risk than such dangerous drugs as LSD, cannabis and ecstasy. ...
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Politics (31 Mar, 2007)
European Intelligence: In April U.S. Military Could Attack Iran
Intelligence all over the world reports a U.S. military build-up at the Iranian frontier to begin an attack against Iran and its objects, suspected in nuclear weapon production. The attack is reported to begin in the first half of April. ...
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Science (12 Apr, 2007)
Beautiful flirty women choose machos for procreation
Women are likely to choose masculine looking men when they are ready for fertilization but won't search for long-term relationships with them. However, her choice of the most suitable mate will change considerably depending on the perception of her own attractiveness, study says. ...
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