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In one of the latest studies from the University of Edinburgh it is found the first-born children are smarter than the younger siblings. The researchers said oldest sibling in the family get more mental stimulation from parents during early stages of development. Scientists from the University of Edinburgh said, “Researchers […]Read more ›
British food watchdog warns people not to eat well-roasted, well-browned and crisps potatoes as it may cause cancer. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) added people must change their eating and cooking habits as such well-roasted foods including bread contain a harmful chemical called acrylamide at high temperatures that is produced […]Read more ›
In one of the new studies researchers have found eating hot chilli peppers could help to live longer. Details of the study are published in the PLoS ONE journal. It writes the researchers at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont found 13 percent lower risk of […]Read more ›
The United States News’ annual diet ranking revealed Mediterranean and MIND diets are good for brain as well as health. It is said to reduce brain shrinkage that is a natural phenomenon and comes with age. Both the diets help in reducing risk for cognitive decline as well as Alzheimer’s […]Read more ›
A federal panel newly recommends peanuts for babies and toddlers as a new research finds it will make them less likely to develop peanut allergies, the types which are endemic across United States. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) released Thursday guidelines that parents should start making their children have […]Read more ›