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Current Incentives for Scientists Lead to Underpowered Studies...

by Andrew D. Higginson, Marcus R. Munafò We can regard the wider incentive structures that operate across science, such as the priority given to novel findings, as an ecosystem within which scientists strive to maximise their fitness (i.e., ... EnvironmentGuru.com, 3 weeks ago

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UK Championship 2016: Schedule and results

First round (best of 11 frames) 09:30 John Higgins (Sco) 6-3 Alex Borg (Mlt) Liang Wenbo (Chn) 6-1 Kurt Dunham (Aus) Martin Gould (Eng) 6-2 Gareth Allen (Wal) Ben Woollaston (Eng) 5-5 Elliott Slessor (Eng) Ken Doherty (Ire) 0-6 Noppon ...
 BBC1 week ago UK Championship scores, schedule & results  BBC1 week ago

Psychometric Properties of a Generic, Patient-Centred Palliative Care Outcome Measure of Symptom Burden for People with Progressive Long Term Neurological Conditions

by Wei Gao, Vincent Crosby, Andrew Wilcock, Rachael Burman, Eli Silber, Nilay Hepgul, K Ray Chaudhuri, Irene J. Higginson, on behalf of the OPTCARE Neuro trial Background There is no standard palliative care outcome measure for people with ...
 Plosone.org1 month ago

Repeated dieting is bad for you as you actually gain weight

According to a new research, repeated dieting is bad for you. Instead of helping you slim down, it may lead to weight gain because the brain interprets the diets as short famines and urges the person to store more fat for future shortages. The ...
 Hindustan Times9 hours ago
Medical News Today

Unhealthy Dieting Plans Can Affect Weight Gain

Yo-yo dieting does more harm than good to weight loss, studies find. (Photo : Jeff J Mitchell/) Obesity is among the most daunting problems the country is facing today. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney ...
 NatureWorldNews.com8 hours ago Why Repeated Dieting May Backfire  NDTV11 hours ago Yo-yo dietingtriggers caveman response which can mean weight gain  Times of Malta12 hours ago Reason Why Repeated Dieting May Backfire Instead Of Helping You Slim Down  Life Hacker India14 hours ago
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Asons improper as BLM defends NIG

Leading insurance and risk law firm BLM, instructed by NIG, has successfully defended a noise induced hearing loss claim (NIHL) brought by Asons Solicitors. NIG instructed Dawn Frost of BLM and Andrew Roy of 12KBW to act on its behalf. Asons, one of ...
 BLM Law9 hours ago

Why yo-yo dieting actually makes you fatter

It's the curse of every yo-yo dieter: for every period of gym-pumping, salad-munching skinniness, there's an equally long period of weight gain and despair. Traditionally we've put this down to a lack of willpower, motivation or resolve but ...
 Nine MSN21 hours ago

Yo-yo diets convince our brains to store extra fat because food supplies are unreliable

By Victoria Allen, Science Correspondent For The Daily Mail Published: 19:05 EST, 4 December 2016 | Updated: 07:06 EST, 5 December 2016 e-mail 45 View comments Itis the time of year when ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago Why caveman in us makes yo-yo diets fail: Changes in our diet convince our brains to store extra fat because food supplies are unreliable  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago Why caveman in us creates yo-yo diets fail: Changes in the diet remonstrate the smarts to store additional fat since food reserve are unreliable  HealthMediciNet.com1 day ago

Evolutionary hunger pangs mean yo-yo dieting is a recipe for weight gain

Repeat dieters often lose the battle with evolutionary instincts to make up for lost fat. However good you are at losing weight on a diet, your body will work hard to compensate for lost fat as soon as you stop the regime, a new study finds. Crash ...
 International Business Times UK1 day ago
Yahoo! UK and Ireland

Science may finally have the answer to why dieting isn't working for you

Our ancestors may be the reason why yo-yo diets do not work on us, if this latest research is anything to go by. A study by the University of Exeter suggests cyclical dieting triggers the caveman response a survival mechanism hard-wired by ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago
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