Cabin fever has set in for many people still on lockdown, and they’re using social media as an outlet to express their frustrations towards the current pandemic. A study at Nanyan Technological University recently found that the fears people had towards the coronavirus has now turned into anger, and people are letting it all out on…

The fasting diet fad exploded on the scene as a new hip way to lose weight, however it may actually have some sustainable health benefits. Professor Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at John Hopkins University, has been studying the effects of the diet over the last two decades and even practices it himself. His research recently…

Just 1 in 5 adolescents across the world exercises for an hour each day, according to a wide-ranging data analysis published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health journal. The study was produced by researchers from the World Health Organization (WHO), The study, which is based on data reported by 1.6 million 11 to 17-year-old…

Most pet owners already know that spending time with their cats and dogs makes them feel better, but now there is scientific evidence to back that claim up. Researchers from Washington State University found physiological evidence that spending a mere 10 minutes petting a cat or dog will lower ones stress levels. “Just 10 minutes…

Technology is the main culprit. People are spending more time sitting than ever a study published in JAMA found. This is highly driven by how much time people are spending on computers which has increased in recent years. The study found that sitting time increased about an hour a day for teenagers and adults between…

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