Food

Food Facts, Food
Chocolate Is Good for the Heart – “Chocolate Helps Keep the Heart’s Blood Vessels Healthy”

Eating chocolate at least once a week is linked with a reduced risk of heart...

kiwi fruit
Food Facts, Food
Top 9 Health Benefits of Kiwi

Kiwi fruіt іѕ nоt оftеn considered a “superfood”, but in fact іt’ѕ a fruіt thаt...

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Others, Food
Biodegradable Food Packaging That Also Increases Food Shelf Life

Whіlе developing bіоdеgrаdаblе fооd packaging frоm uрсусlеd сhееѕе whey аnd аlmоnd ѕhеllѕ, thе EU-fundеd рrоjесt...

Food Facts, Food
Mulberries useful in preventing early aging: Study

Mulberries might be the answer for people who want to prevent early aging, a PhD...

Food Facts, Food
Tomato’s Hidden DNA Mutations Revealed in Genetic Study of 100 Varieties

Human appetites have transformed the tomato — DNA and all. After centuries of breeding, what...

Food Facts, Food
Amazing facts about Strawberry

Strawberry is a type of herbaceous plant that belongs to the rose family. It originates...

Health

Health Care, Health
Common painkillers should not be used for chronic pain

According to a new study, aspirin, ibuprofen and paracetamol, common painkillers we are used to taking for mild fever or aches and pains, may cause more harm than good in...

Health Care, Health
COVID-19 Can Lead to Obstruction of the Blood Vessels in the Lung, Heart and Kidneys

In severe cases of COVID-19, the infection can lead to obstruction of the blood vessels in the lung, heart and kidneys. LMU researchers have now shown that activated immune cells...

Health Care, Health
Our Brains’ Information Processing Capacity Is Constrained by a Constant but Limited Energy Supply

Our brains have an upper limit on how much they can process at once due to a constant but limited energy supply, according to a new study using a brain...

Health Care, Health
Researchers Eliminate SARS-CoV-2 and Bacteria From N95 Masks With Low-Cost Moist Heat Treatment

A new study shows that moist heat treatment of N95 masks eliminates severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and bacteria, which would allow reuse of these scarce resources. The...

Health Care, Health
New research may explain why some COVID-19 patients lose their sense of smell

According to a study by scientists at Harvard Medical School, the loss of smell in COVID-19 patients is likely to be caused by infection of no neuronal cell types. Loss...

Health Care, Health
COVID-19: Why are some people experiencing long-term fatigue?

People who have been seriously unwell and treated on intensive care units can expect to take some months to recover fully, regardless of their ailment. However, with COVID-19, evidence is...

Entertainment

Gossips, Entertainment
Harry Potter star Emma Watson joins board of fashion giant Kering

Emma Watson, the actress and activist who made her name as Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" films, joined the board of the French fashion giant Kering Tuesday, in a...

Gossips, Entertainment
Aquaman 2: Petition For Amber Heard’s Removal Rises To Almost 450,000

Amber Heard is facing a lot of heat lately. Ever since her audio of confessing to physical assault surfaced online, the backlash isn’t ending. In fact, netizens have been asking...

Others, Entertainment
Avengers: Endgame Actor Robert Downey Jr AKA Iron Man Is Back In Marvel But…

We might have lost our beloved Tony Stark AKA Iron Man in the Avengers: Endgame, but Marvel is here to give us a chance to relive his aura. Robert Downey...

Gossips, Entertainment
Malavika Mohanan recalls facing racism at friend’s home

Malavika Mohanan recalled an incident when she faced racism at her friend's house. She pointed out about the 'casual racism' and how it needs introspection before it becomes 'global racism'...

Travel

Travel, Tourism
Kenya launches virtual safari campaign to showcase wildlife globally

Kenya on Tuesday launched a virtual safari live stream campaign to showcase the country's wildlife to global audiences. Najib Balala, cabinet secretary of Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, said in...

Tourism, Travel
Vienna’s Giant Ferris Wheel and Economy Churn Again

The Giant Ferris Wheel – symbolic of Vienna and tourism – which had been turning without interruption since the end of World War II was switched off for the first...

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Travel, Tourism
South Sudan: An unexplored Eden of biodiversity

The light plane banked sharply to circle back over the plains. The pilot had spotted something below: antelope, first one, then many, the stragglers of a million-strong migration across this...

Travel, Tourism
Kingdoms In Sri Lanka

Anuradhapura Kingdom Anuradhapura Kingdom is the first established kingdom in Sri Lanka among the Sinhala people. Its rule began with King Pandukabhaya and the Kingdom flourished from 377 BC to...