Binge drinking has been causing havoc in many countries. However, in Scotland the figures seem to be worse as it has been unveiled that in this particular country, kids start drinking soon after turning 13.
As per a study, which has been published in Injury Prevention, it has been revealed that American soldiers are not able to tackle situations at work front and this has led to commit suicide. The study was being conducted by Kathleen E. Bachynski and colleagues from the U. S. Army Public Health Command in Aberdeen.
While one may not have thought much about a QWERTY keyboard, it has so much to say. A recent study revealed that words typed on the right side of a QWERTY keyboard are more likely to instill positive thoughts in mind as compared to those typed on the left side.
A study recently published in the journal Cell Metabolism has revealed that drugs meant for treating the problem of obesity may well be improved in near future. One could lose more calories by buying yet-to-be-developed obesity drugs.
As per a new research, it has been revealed that LSD is effective in treating alcohol problem. A group of researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology said that they targeted on six different researches, which were carried out between 1950s and 1970s.
It has been recently revealed in a report that the rates of suicides being done by army officials in the recent past have risen sharply. This has been after the Iraq war has started. The study is of the view that there are more and more army men committing suicides due to the same. The increase has been a humongous 80% which is a very worrying scenario.
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