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BREAST CANCER BACTERIA IMBALANCE LINK FOUND
Researchers in the United States have uncovered differences in the bacterial composition of breast tissue of healthy women versus those with breast cancer.
A BETTER LOVE LIFE AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY?
Researchers recently reported that women who lost weight after undergoing weight loss surgery gained a more satisfying sex life in the end.
8 REASONS TO SAY YES TO THAT GLASS OF WINE
Over the years, a lot of research has been conducted on wine to analyze its benefits. Most of the benefits of red wine are due to its resveratrol content, an ingredient found in the skin and seeds of grapes that protects the plant against bacteria, fungi, and UV radiation. Red wine is a richer source of resveratrol than white because it is fermented with the skins and do...
NUTRITIONISTS DISCUSS “KITCHEN CUPBOARD” JOURNEY IN PACKAGED FOOD
Nutritionists from across Lebanon gathered in Beirut for a scientific discussion hosted by Nestlé Middle East, focused on innovative means to provide solely 100% simplified ingredients in packaged food.
3 STRATEGIES TO READ PEOPLE LIKE A PRO
As a psychiatrist, my job is to read people, not just what they say, but who they are. Interpreting verbal and nonverbal cues, I want to see past their masks into the real person.
TOP 5 REASONS TO WORK OUT IN THE MORNING
Guess what? It only takes 18 days to set a good habit in gear according to researchers at the University College London. So get on your shorts, tie up your laces, and take a sip of water...before you head out for your morning exercise routine!