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A study finds that replacing chips, crisps and processed meats with a serving of nuts every day is linked to less weight gain and lower obesity risk.
Migraines are more than just headaches, they are chronic neurological conditions where the brain seems to be oversensitive to stimuli, resulting in pain.
Despite the tear gas tango it’s a crying shame that travellers have fled. Some incredible deals may yet tempt many back.
Speakers at an international conference on Alzheimer’s disease touched on a wide range of topics related to dementia, including sexual needs and young patients.
Bong Joon-ho's Parasite proves to be absolutely masterful in handling the subject of the hierarchical social status and materialism.
From Indian dhal and sweet nonya treats to meals for omnivores looking to become more herbivorous, there's plenty to inspire creativity in the kitchen in the books featured in the August edition of Cooking The Books.
Toni Morrison, the first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, has died following a brief illness.
The stress of college life, the quest for perfection, a chronic lack of sleep, and constant paranoia all combined together to bring out her alter ego: Veronica, the amplified version of her grievances.
Shopping malls today are hubs of activity that offer many fun experiences.