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Moms, this is how you can bond with your daughters
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Moms, this is how you can bond with your daughters

Short walk in parks may help mothers, daughters bond says study.   Photograph: Courtesy Beyonce/Instagram Spending time outside in nature, even just a 20-minute walk, together can help mothers and daughters get along even better, a study has found. The research, published in the journal Children, Youth and Environments, is based on the attention restoration theory which describes how interaction with natural environment can reduce mental fatigue and restore attentional functioning. Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Facebook and Instagram 'likes' are influencing our travel decisions, says study

The prospect of garnering Facebook likes and Instagram double-taps can play a significant role in determining which destination travelers choose to book, confirms a new study published out of the US. The results of the University of Georgia study confirm what ...
 DNA1 month ago Apparently we’re choosing travel destinations based on potential Instagram likes  Breaking News1 month ago
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Twitter, Instagram accounts promote 'extreme thinness': study

Posts on Twitter and Instagram often promote "bonespiration" and "thinspiration" - women's bodies featuring protruding bones and pencil-thin limbs - which encourage eating disorders such as anorexia, a study warns.Researchers from University of Exeter in the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Twitter and Instagram accounts promote 'extreme thinness', reveals study  DNA1 month ago Twitter, Instagram promoting 'extreme thinness': Study  Business Standard1 month ago
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What's social media got to do with weight loss?

According to a study, the more time you spend on social media, the more motivated you are to lose weight. Sharing your weight loss journey on social media can improve the odds of successfully shedding the extra kilos, a study has found. Researchers examined the role of virtual communities and public commitment in setting and reaching weight loss goals. "Our research finds that individuals are more likely to realise success with personal goals when they make a public commitment to attaining ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago New moms, this is the wrong way to lose weight  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Exposure to sunlight can keep dementia away?

Vitamin D deficiency could increase risk of dementia, says study. Shhhh, this is the secret to a better memory All photographs: Kind courtesy Alessandra Ambrosio/Instagram Vitamin D is said to be one of the most important nutrients for our body. It not only helps in having a good and healthy body, but can also help in reducing the risk of heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and even rheumatoid arthritis. But, now in a new study, it has been found that the deficiency of vitamin ...
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4 types of wine drinkers: Which one are you?

There are four different types of wine drinkers, according to experts. In a recent study conducted by the Michigan State University, the golden rules of wine pairing should be thrown out of the window. The reason being, according to the researchers people fit into one of four different wine-drinking preference categories, better known as vinotypes, according to The Independent. According to the study, the four categories are: Sweet They are very picky about their wines. These people want ...
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Why just saying 'I love you' is not enough?

It is small non-romantic gestures that make people feel more loved says a study. Small, non-romantic gestures -- such as snuggling with a child -- can make people feel more loved than simply saying 'I love you', a study has found. Meanwhile, controlling behaviours -- like someone wanting to know where they were at all times -- were seen as the least loving, researchers said. "Whether we feel loved or not plays an important role in how we feel from day to day," said Saeideh Heshmati from the ...
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PM Modi crosses 10 million mark on Instagram, remains most followed leader on app

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's prowess on the social media is well-known. His stature as the most tech-savvy world leader was reiterated this week when the Prime Minister crossed 10 million mark on the photo-sharing app Instagram. PM Modi who joined Instagram ...
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Why too much sugar is bad for you

According to a study, sugar makes cancer tumours more aggressive. Scientists have found that sugar awakens cancer cells and makes tumours more aggressive, according to a nine-year long research that is being hailed as a crucial breakthrough in cancer research. The research project conducted by Vlaams Instituut voor Biotechnologie (VIB), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) in Belgium clarified how the Warburg effect, a phenomenon in which cancer cells ...
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Not getting enough vitamin D? Try this!

Fortunately, there are some key food sources of vitamin D. Photograph: Kind courtesy Elsa Hosk/Instagram Season of short days has descended which means getting enough vitamin D can be a challenge for us, but it's essential that we do. Rhiannon Lambert, nutritionist and author of Re-nourish told The Independent, "Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is key for the maintenance of minerals such as calcium and phosphorus." "It also helps absorb calcium, which plays a vital role ...
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