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The Healthiest Weight Might Actually Be 'Overweight', Massive Study Finds

Wait, what?<p>A study spanning almost four decades and involving more than 100,000 adults in Denmark has found that those with an ‘overweight' body mass …

Diabetes

Impossible Project I-1 camera brings Polaroid-style instant photos bang up to date - Pocket-lint

Impossible Project has redesigned the instant camera for the digital age and the result is the I-1.<p>After rescuing the original Polaroid factory and …

Mobile Photography

25 Stylish DIYs for a Beautiful Bedroom on a Budget

Feeling crafty? These 25 super-stylish DIYs will have your bedroom looking like a million bucks — without you having to shell out a ton of …

DIY Floating Window Shelves

Black thumb be damned, I love filling my home with plants. Prickly cactus, chubby-leaved succulents and sprawling ivy are my favorite types of …

Woodworking

5 Mother’s Day DIYs you can whip up in a jiffy

Every year, Mother's Day falls on the second Sunday in May. The fact it falls on a Sunday is a happy occurrence for the disorganised amongst us, as …

Kitchen Gardens

These Little Kids' Hairstyles Will Blow Your Mind

We’d forgotten about this grade-school phenomenon: Teachers dream up wackadoo dress-up days to keep kids’ creativity — and freak flags — a-flying. …

Hair

Talcum powder's links to cancer: What it really means

<b>(CNN) —</b> With yet another eye-popping talcum powder verdict against Johnson & Johnson, the healthcare product giant is making the headlines. I last wrote about the issue in 2016, in a column (which appears below this update) about a ruling against Johnson & Johnson related to a claim that the powder …

Cancer

Test your risk of skin cancer with this quiz

There are various risk factors for different types of skin cancer, but exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun and tanning beds increases the risk for all types. Some people may have a family history of skin cancer, some may have a greater risk based on whether their skin burns easily.<p>You can …

Cancer

All Women Turning 40 Should Get a Mammogram, New Research Says

New research suggests that all women turning 40 should get a breast cancer risk assessment.<p><b>By Dennis Thompson</b><i><br>HealthDay Reporter</i><p>THURSDAY, April 14, …

Cancer

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Homemade Potato Chips Recipe - Real Food

1. Slice the potatoes very thinly, 1/8 inch (3 mm) or thinner. Place the slices in a bowl of cold water. Add a handful of ice cubes to help crisp the …

How to lower the risk of breast cancer returning

Women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer may lower their risk of tumours coming back if they avoid eating for 13 hours or more each night, a …

Cancer

Brain study reveals how long-term memories are erased

University of Edinburgh

Do Gel Manicures Cause Cancer? Here's What We Know About the Popular Nail Trend

Gel manicures have been trending for some time now, thanks in no small part to their impressive longevity, resistance to chipping and unusual …

Los Angeles

Dying cancer patients live longer at home than in hospital: study

A new study shows patients with terminal cancer tend to live longer when they choose to die at home instead of in hospital.<p>When asked, most people …

Caution! These 10 Drugs Can Cause Memory Loss

For a long time doctors dismissed forgetfulness and mental confusion as a normal part of aging. But scientists now know that memory loss as you get …

Blueberries Could Help Fight Alzheimer's

<b>The blueberry, already labeled a ‘super fruit’ for its power to potentially lower the risk of heart disease and cancer, also could be another weapon</b> …

Dementia

How Sleep Apnea Causes Biochemical Havoc in Your Brain

If you suffer from sleep apnea, you’re probably already familiar with at least a few of its unpleasant effects—daytime sleepiness, fatigue, memory …

Depression Isn't A Choice, It's A Kind Of Brain Damage

After years of debate, researchers finally determined that persistent depression causes brain damage, and not the other way around. Neurologists …

What happens in our brains when we hallucinate? - Science News - ABC News

Voices in your head? Visions of things that aren't there? You don't have to have schizophrenia or take LSD to have a hallucination, and they don't …

Depressing New Study Links Eating Carbs to an Increased Risk of Cancer

Smoking isn't the only habit that's bad for your lungs.<p>All carbs are not created equal. We've basked in the news that eating fruit, smartly cooked starches (as in baked, not fried), and legumes has the potential to whittle off pounds, but new research shows chowing down on the wrong carbs comes …

Why does walking through doorways make us forget?

Forgetting why you entered a room is called the “Doorway Effect”, and it may reveal as much about the strengths of human memory, as it does the weaknesses, says psychologist Tom Stafford.<p>We’ve all done it. Run upstairs to get your keys, but forget that it is them you’re looking for once you get to …

Baked Eggs in Avocado

Wait, don’t click away yet. Hold on to that thought. Allow me to explain this dish to you before judge a warm avocado meal.<p>I know, it may sound …

White bread, bagels and rice 'increase the risk of lung cancer by 49 per cent'

Largest study of its kind finds consuming a diet with a high glycemic index increases lung cancer risk<p>Carbohydrates, long blamed for fuelling obesity, have now been linked to lung cancer.<p>A new study has revealed a 49 per cent increase in risk among people consuming a diet with a high glycemic index.<p>…

The Under

It can feel like the only way to get dewy, gorgeous skin is to drop your entire paycheck on the newest and fanciest creams, cleansers, and lotions. This couldn't be further from the truth. While there definitely are some moisturizers and eye creams we'd be willing to throw down some serious cash …

People with anxiety show fundamental differences in perception

People with anxiety fundamentally perceive the world differently, according to a new study. They aren't simply making the choice to 'play it safe.'

Research