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A new study reports that “technoference” from using our mobile phones is having a negative impact our sleep, health and productivity.
Innovative initiatives with a new ‘old’ trail spurs interest in a former Atlanta rail route and brings in residents and travellers.
Argentina celebrates its man in the Vatican with a new tour for the curious and the faithful.
A new study finds that twice-weekly soccer training can significantly boost heart health in men with type 2 diabetes.
While the labels on caffeinated energy drinks may promise a blend of ingredients to help you focus and feel recharged, a new study finds that ordinary caffeine works just as well.
A new study shows that new runners don’t need to worry about whether or not to purchase stabilizing sneakers that help correct pronation, or how much your feet roll in after striking the ground.
The notion of being fashionably smart is getting a makeover as Internet-linked computers get woven into formerly brainless attire such as glasses, bracelets and shoes.
PETALING JAYA: A hookah habit can harm your health, largely due to the many misconceptions about shisha, says Dr S. Dhesi Baha Raja, former assistant state health director of the Maternal and Child Health division at the Sabah State Health department.
Scientists are researching a Siberian herb they say may help extend life.
Perhaps not too surprisingly, spending copious amounts of time hovering over your mobile phone – texting, emailing, gaming, or watching videos – doesn’t do much for your fitness.