Stevia - A Natural Alternative For Your Metabolism
Stevia's health benefits go beyond sugar reduction -- it could also be a natural alternative for treating metabolic disorders, such as obesity and type 2 diabetes, say researchers. If you're determined to sweeten your foods and beverages, consider using this amazing natural herb.
The Era of Teleporting Information Has Begun
We are only one step away from admitting that the world around us is just an illusory product of our mind. Quantum physics is largely revealing that our world is not what we think it is and teleportation of information is now a reality of that world.
This Combination of Coffee and Coconut Oil Speeds Up Weight Loss
Like it or not, caffeine holds a prominent spot in the modern-day diet. Be it coffee, green tea, regular tea or even energy drinks, they all contain caffeine and are harbingers of many health benefits. Mixing this one oil with your daily joe could change your metabolism.
Do Ketogenic Diets Prevent Inflammation?
Ketogenic diets -- extreme low-carbohydrate, high-fat regimens that have long been known to benefit epilepsy and other neurological illnesses -- may work by lowering inflammation in the brain, according to new research by UC San Francisco scientists.
Apps Are Reducing Depression
New Australian-led research has confirmed that smartphone apps are an effective treatment option for depression, paving the way for safe and accessible interventions for the millions of people around the world diagnosed with this condition.
You Can 'Pick Up' A Good or Bad Mood From Your Friends
New research suggests that both good and bad moods can be ‘picked up' from friends, but depression can't.
Do Avocados and Olive Oil Increase Your Intelligence?
Consumption of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs), found in olive oil, avocados and nuts, is linked to general intelligence according to a recent study in Neuroimage.
Your Longevity May Be Based On How You Perceive Time
Time perception is a construction of the brain. How fast we perceive time to be passing -- or "mind time" -- can be manipulated or distorted. Evaluations of time differ based on our state of being at the time of judgment. How you age and how long you live may depend on that perception.
Consuming Folate Around Conception Reduces Risk of Autism From Pesticides
Mothers exposed to pesticides who took high-doses of folic acid around conception reduced their risk of having children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), according to a study in Environmental Health Perspectives.
Here's Why Forgetting Things Actually Makes You Smarter
You're probably thinking you're a genius right? Well, you know those people who always boast about having a perfect memory? Maybe they shouldn't, because having total recall is totally overrated. That's according to a new paper in the journal Neuron, which concludes that forgetting things is not just normal, it actually makes us smarter.
Cannabis Reduces Prescription Drug Use
From 2000 to 2015, half a million people died from prescription drug overdoses. Stories continue to roll in daily about the lives claimed by prescription and non-prescription drug overdoses. Cannabis is not only excluded from the overdose drug list, but it reduces the use of dangerous prescription drugs.
The People's Power Could Cut Electric Bills By 50 Percent
Millions of people already sell electricity from solar panels back into the grid. New battery technology makes it increasingly practical for neighbors to store and share electricity.
Antioxidants In Chocolate May Prevent Diabetes
Specific compounds within cocoa promote the release of insulin and help protect against the onset of type-2 diabetes (T2D), reports a new study in Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry.
Teaching People To Visualize An Outcome More Effective Than Teaching People What To Do
An established but little known psychological theory is likely to improve performances across a range of activities, including sport, according to new research published that can be applied to amateurs or skilled performers alike says psychologist Dr Warren Mansell, from The University of Manchester.