Usage of M-commerce sites on mobile devices to order goods has jumped by 80 per cent in the five leading EU markets, a study carried out by research firm comScore revealed.
It has been found by Israeli researchers that the eating and lifestyle habits of centenarians are apparently no better than those of general population; and the key reason behind their longevity is the ‘genes’!
According to a study of 477 Ashkenazi Jews who have lived up to the age of 95 years or more, men in the long-lived group were just as likely – and, in some cases, even more likely - to have vices as the people who had a shorter life span.
Researchers of the University of Bristol have found that kids are exposed to five screens in a day. The findings of the study show that the parents are not doing enough to protect the kids from harmful effects of viewing screens.
Northern Uganda’s former child soldiers, who went through a short-range trauma-centered intercession, have shown an enhanced diminution of symptoms related to post-traumatic stress issues than soldiers who underwent other therapy, revealed a study of JAMA.
The process can be carried out by local volunteers at reasonable costs, and is evidently more efficient than academic catch-up sessions or being queued in a long waiting list for treatment.
The study is published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
According to reports, smoking, drinking and eating junk food will not impede you from having a prolonged life as long as you have the right genes.
Statins have been quite helpful to young people as it has been capable of reducing the risk of second stroke, claimed the study published in the journal Neurology.
The Finnish researchers examined 215 people who suffered strokes between the ages of 15 and 49. The reason behind their stroke was not clear and all the cases notified that the stroke occurred was due to the blockage of blood vessels.