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The Health Benefits of Sunlight

The Health Benefits of Sunlight

Researchers have started recognizing the importance of sunlight for a healthy lifestyle, recent studies reveal that sunlight renders many health benefits. Apart from Sunlight maintaining temperature and humidity, sunlight plays a significant role in nourishing and energizing the human body. It is also vital in order to get the full nutritional value from food that

The camera you can swallow: New capsule could help detect early stages of cancer of the oesophagus

The camera you can swallow: New capsule could help detect early stages of cancer of the oesophagus

A swallowable camera-in-a-capsule could help doctors spot early signs of oesophageal cancer, research has shown. The hi-tech transparent device is about the size of a large multivitamin pill. It contains a rapidly rotating laser that shines a beam of near-infrared light onto the wall of the oesophagus, or gullet, the pipe that carries food to

The Proven Dangers of Microwave Ovens

The Proven Dangers of Microwave Ovens

In short, microwaves distort the molecular structure of the foods. They destroy much of the nutrients and cause many other problems with the immune system over a period of time. If you love your family read this and take the extra couple of minutes to heat the food up the right way. Radiation Ovens The

US teen invents advanced cancer test using Google

US teen Jack Andraka invents advanced cancer test

Fifteen-year-old high school student Jack Andraka likes to kayak and watch the US television show Glee. And when time permits, he also likes to do advanced research in one of the most respected cancer laboratories in the world. Jack Andraka has created a pancreatic cancer test that is 168 times faster and considerably cheaper than

Australia cigarette plain packaging law upheld by court

The law requires cigarettes to be sold in olive green packets, with graphic images warning of the consequences of smoking

Australia’s highest court has upheld a new government law on mandatory packaging for cigarettes that removes brand colours and logos from packaging. The law requires cigarettes to be sold in olive green packets, with graphic images warning of the consequences of smoking. Leading global tobacco manufacturers, including British American Tobacco and Philip Morris, had challenged