Price Of Milk Rises, Potentially Raises Cost Of Cheese And Pizza

You Can Be Addicted To Cheese and Pizza: Study

If you think there is something wrong with you because of your obsession with cheese, don't worry. Science proves that it is a common case.

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Late Night Snacking Hinders Ability to Learn, Retain Memory; Study Says

Need another reason to stop snacking before going to bed? A new study found out that eating during the late evening or during the wee hours of the morning can actually impair your memory.


Study Reveals Almonds Can Help Improve the Quality of the Diet

Eating a moderate amount of almonds every day may enrich the diets of adults and young children, according to a new study.

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What Is a Mediterranean Diet? How Does It Help in Losing Weight?

Weight loss is another reason to start taking fish oil supplements during meals.

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Cursing and Swearing Shows Intelligence According to a Study

A new study said that people who like to curse are actually intelligent.


Will Eating Before Bed Make Us Fat? Study Reveals It Won't Unless We Eat Snacks High in Sugar and Calories [VIDEO]

If our midnight snack is consistently high in calories and sugar, it could eventually lead to weight gain, especially if we’re not burning some of that off when we are awake.


Study: Mania and Bipolar Disorders May Be Caused by SSRIs and Other Antidepressant Therapy Drugs

The side effects of antidepressants may include an increased risk of mania and bipolar disorder in people with depression.

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Is It Really Safe to Give Antipsychotic Drugs to Babies? Cases of Young Children Given Antipsychotics Are on the Rise

Instead of being treated for mental health issues with therapy, many young children are prescribed antipsychotic drugs to treat behavioral problems.


Study: Autism Risk for Antidepressant Users During Pregnancy May Not Be as Serious as Everyone Thinks

Some studies have linked the drugs to a higher risk of certain birth defects, while others found that some of this risk was overblown.

Cancer Patients

Is Cancer Really the Disease for the Rich? Study Reveals That It May Not Be the Case

Increasing cancer rates across the globe may be a result of citizens' income level.

Helping One Another

Pay It Forward: How Our Visual Attitude in Helping Others Influence How Quickly They Help Us Back

The effort it takes to lend someone a helping hand may affect whether that someone is willing to offer theirs in return.


Walnuts' Health Benefits to Combat the Risk for Diabetes

When people in the study added 56 grams of walnuts (2 ounces, or about 14 walnuts) to their daily diet for six months, they had improvements in blood vessel function and reductions in “bad” LDL cholesterol.

Mixed Drinks

Hangovers and Alcohol Breath: Why Should You Avoid Mixing Different Alcoholic Drinks, Cocktails with Diet Soda

A previous study revealed that it's best to avoid beer and wine on the same night as this can cause a nasty hangover and people who drank vodka mixed with diet soda had higher alcohol concentrations on their breath.


Low Sugar Diet Will Surprisingly Make You Love Your Sweets Even More the Next Time You Eat Them

In a new study, people on a low-sugar diet found sugary foods much sweeter than they had when they were on a high-sugar diet.


Get to Know More About Dopamine and Its Connection With Learning

Dopamine plays an important role in several brain functions, including learning and memory.

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