Some Men Dress to Impress and Some Just Eat More, New Study Reveals
Men try to impress women by eating more, according to a new study published in the journal Evolutionary Psychological Science. Understanding the dynamics of eating behaviors among members of the opposite sex is an interesting area of research within ... Read More
Teens With More Facebook Friends Are More Stressed Out, Study Says
The more Facebook friends teenagers have, the more likely they are to be stressed or suffer from depression, according to a new study led by researchers from the University of Montreal. The study’s findings are the latest in mounting research that ... Read More
Coconut Oil Can Control Candida Overgrowth in GI Tract, Study Suggests
Coconut oil is a popular superfood that is extracted from the kernel of mature coconuts. It is also harvested from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). According to a  new interdisciplinary study published in mSphere, coconut oil can effectively contr... Read More
Smokeless Tobacco May Be More Harmful Than Cigarettes, Study Shows
A new study recently published online in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention has revealed that smokeless tobacco products can pose just as much, if not more, of a health risk than cigarettes. Researchers from the U.S. Food an... Read More
Men Also Face Discrimination for Being Overweight, According to Study
Studies have shown that overweight women often face discrimination when applying for jobs and in other day-to-day situations, but a new study suggests that overweight men face the same discrimination too. Researchers from Rice University and the Univ... Read More
Losing Sense of Smell May Indicate Alzheimer’s, Study Finds
Losing your sense of smell could be an early warning sign of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study. The study, published in JAMA Neurology, found that older people who had worse senses of smell were more likely to have mental difficulties w... Read More
Consuming Sweets Can Form Memories That May Control Eating Habits, Says Study
Sugar is found in many things, including candy, soft drinks, and other baked goods. Yet a day doesn’t go by that many Americans don’t crave sugar. It’s almost like your sugar craving can’t be controlled. However, researchers believe that eati... Read More
There Might Still Be Room in Your Diet for Junk Food, Study Suggests
For years, researchers, policy makers, and health professionals have been advising overweight and obese individuals to lay off junk food as a solution to losing weight.  People have often thought that junk food, such as fast food, sweets, and sodas ... Read More
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