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The Surprising Health Benefits Of Going Barefoot

Walking barefoot, also known as "earthing," has gone from being a kooky counter-culture trend, to a scientifically-researched practice with a number of remarkable health advantages, such as increasing antioxidants, reducing inflammation, and improving sleep.
Other News | Mar 27th, 14:43

6 kinds of people that will never overcome failure

Life will always throw difficult moments and challenges at us, and its only those who are willing to fight, will get their breakthroughs. The fact you fail currently doesnt mean you would fail tomorrow; however your actions can predict how long youll continue to fail.
Other News | Mar 24th, 17:03

'' My child gets sick in the car quite often. How can we keep this from happening?'' Here is what you can do

Motion sickness occurs when the brain receives conflicting signals from the motion-sensing parts of the body: the inner ears, the eyes, and nerves in the extremities. Under usual circumstances, all three areas respond to any motion.
Other News | Mar 24th, 14:53

Not Even the Pope Can Resist Loving This Little Girl Who Tried to Steal His Hat

A sneaky little girl has taken the internet (and the Vatican) by storm after she attempted to snatch Pope Francis' hat right off the top of his head. It all started when the Pontiff stepped out to greet those at St. Peter's Square in Rome on Wednesday, and as is customary, went to kiss one of his youngest visitors on the cheek.
Other News | Mar 23rd, 15:41

STUDY: Watching too much TV makes a man less fertile

The amount of time spent watching TV daily can have a negative impact on a mans fertility according to researchers at Copenhagen University.
Other News | Mar 23rd, 15:28

Hollywood screenwriter accuses Disney of stealing ideas for Zootopia

A Hollywood screenwriter and producer has accused Disney of copying the idea for its Oscar-winning animation Zootopia from him.
Other News | Mar 22nd, 18:07

Venom from the funnel web spider could prevent brain damage from strokes after 'world-first discovery'

Venom from the deadly funnel web spider can be used to protect the brain from devastating stroke damage, scientists have found.
Other News | Mar 22nd, 16:02

This Is the Reconstructed Face of a Man Who Lived 700 Years Ago

You're staring into the eyes of a man who lived in England during the 13th century, thanks to a digital facial reconstruction superimposed over what survives of his ancient, 700-year-old remains.
Other News | Mar 22nd, 15:00

A woman with the longest hair has 90 inch long locks

Aliia Nasroya, a resident of Riga, Latvia, has 90-inch-long locks. According to Barcroft TV, this real-life Rapunzel has spent the last 20 years of her life growing out her hair.
Other News | Mar 20th, 17:19

Pope Francis holds audience with President of Rwanda

According to Vatican Radio, Pope Francis received the President of the Republic of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, in a private audience at the Vaticans Apostolic Palace on Monday.
Other News | Mar 20th, 15:11

Spiders outdo humans and whales as they chop through 800 million tons of prey a year

Spiders devour up to 800 million tons of prey each year, making them one of the world's most voracious predators, research has shown.
Other News | Mar 15th, 13:28

10 small changes you can do every day to make big changes in your life

Small changes in our life work in much the same way, but we are aware of how much value they add to our lives and become good people who are reliable. The great thing about small changes is that they are super easy to implement, lets take a look at 10 small changes you can do every day to make big changes in your life.
Other News | Mar 13th, 18:18

FEEL LIKE QUITTING? 10 QUOTES THAT WILL URGE YOU TO SPUR ON

Just imagine if the likes of Nelson Mandela, Isaac Newton, Bill Gates and Martin Luther King Jr quit. Just imagine how the world would have been if not for the zeal and determination of people over the years to not have given up.
Other News | Mar 11th, 21:14

These Are the Biggest Mysteries About Marijuana That Researchers Are Still Trying to Solve

In many ways, it's the age of access to pot. As of last November, more than 20 percent of Americans live in states that have voted to legalise recreational marijuana use. A majority live in states that allow access to medical marijuana.
Other News | Mar 11th, 14:19

Women don't want chips when they see a good-looking man, say scientists

Many women have been left unimpressed by the results of a scientific study which claims women don't want to eat chips when they see a good-looking man.
Other News | Mar 10th, 12:57

REVEALED: the irreparable damage soft drinks can do to your teeth

Taking a bottle of a cola drink or energy drink regularly is like a ritual to most people these days but how healthy are these drinks to our teeth?
Other News | Mar 9th, 17:27

The Scary But Rare Risk Linked To Exclusive Breastfeeding

Sometimes, breast isnt best. Doctors should get real about that.
Other News | Mar 9th, 09:48

Scientists Might Finally Understand One of the Most Basic but Mysterious Aspects of Our Heartbeats

When it comes to something as essential and universal as a heartbeat, you'd think scientists would have the science behind it pretty much figured out.
Other News | Mar 7th, 17:24

A Best-Selling Author Explains How He Got a Flesh-Eating Disease in the Honduran Jungle

As the Sun set over his campsite one evening, author Douglas Preston silently congratulated himself on still being alive.
Other News | Mar 7th, 17:09

10 foods that contain no calories… you will definitely need them if you are trying to slim down

If you are trying to watch your weight, its really important you pay enough attention to what you eat. When you eat foods with almost zero calories, you end up burning more calories by chewing and digesting them than youll consume.
Other News | Mar 2nd, 15:11