Alzheimer's Disease Risk 'Linked To Copper-Rich Diet'

Copper could be a major environmental culprit in the progression of Alzheimer's disease, research suggests.Scientists found strong evidence that copper helps to promote the changes in the brain underlying Alzheimer's.But they say there is little that can be done about it because copper is so abundant in the diet and also vital to health.The metal, found in food and drinking water, plays...

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6 Truths About Exercise That Nobody Wants to Believe

Success in the gym, as with most things in life, comes down to mastering the basics.With that in mind, here are 6 exercise tips, weightlifting basics, and training essentials that nobody wants to believe, but everyone should follow.Take these ideas to heart and you’ll reap major benefits. While most people waste time debating the endless stream of supplements, “new” workout...

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12 Proven Ways To Make Yourself More Attractive To The Opposite Sex

Science tells us that life is better if you're beautiful. You're healthier, more persuasive, and people will just generally think you're smart and trustworthy.But turns out, you don't have to hit the genetic lottery to become more attractive to the opposite sex.Thanks to a slew of studies on sex and attraction, we found 12 grooming tips, attitude adjustments, and other fixes for...

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New test detects early onset Alzheimer's disease.

If you cant identify the people in the photograph, you could be developing early onset Alzheimer's disease (if you are middle aged)Test detects the disease by asking people to name and identify famous people from a photograph People who struggle to put names to faces are more likely to have a loss of brain tissue in the left temporal lobe of the brain Those with trouble recognising faces have...

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Science Provides Four Great Reasons To Start Exercising

Science Provides Four Great Reasons To Start ExercisingI know a lot of people with commitment issues, and I'm not talking even talking about relationships. Many people have trouble committing to their own health. Sure, they may keep up with annual physicals and mammograms, but they don't put in the work that's required on a daily basis. Does this sound like you? Well, you're in...

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Why Having Bigger Testicles Isn't Always Brilliant

'Big isn't always best' is the adage you're palmed off with when worried about penis size. But when it comes to the area of your testicles, if you have ever felt dwarfed by another man's package, it may not be the worst thing in the world.New research from the University of Florence reveals that men with large testicles are predisposed to drinking more, having higher blood...

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Losing sleep can make people gain weight

Losing sleep tends to make people eat more and gain weight, and now a new study suggests that one reason may be the impact that sleep deprivation has on the brain.The research showed that depriving people of sleep for one night created pronounced changes in the way their brains responded to high-calorie junk foods. On days when the subjects had not had proper sleep, fattening foods like potato...

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Exercise improves ability to learn

Over the past decade, in study after study in animals and people, exercise has been shown to improve the ability to learn and remember. But the specifics of that process have remained hazy. Is it better to exercise before you learn something new? What about during? And should the exercise be vigorous or gentle?Two new studies helpfully tackle those questions, with each reaching the conclusion...

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