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  • Are You Misusing Your Throat and Nasal Sprays? Find Out Now! Recently, patients complaining about sore and uncomfortable throats are increasing. If the throat is still itchy and sore despite drinking plenty of water and taking cold medicine, is inevitable to use throat and nasal sprays indiscriminately? While these sprays may be useful in alleviating discomfort, if used incorrectly, they can make the throat and nose […]
  • World's Largest Peppa Pig Park Coming to Shanghai A Peppa Pig-themed park is being established in Shanghai, China. According to China Daily, the game company Hasbro is partnering with China’s Max-Matching Entertainments to invest more than $372 million in the construction of a Peppa Pig Theme Park. Owen Zhao, President of Max-Matching Entertainments, said, “It will be an immersive theme park with various […]
  • Vitamin D: The New Weapon in the Fight Against COVID-19? Vitamin D therapy has recently emerged as a new method of boosting the immune system. While vitamin D injections are going viral, it is important to consider whether it is safe for everyone to take them. Instead of blindly following the crowd because it’s said to be good or necessary, it’s crucial to do some […]
  • Turning Over a New Leaf: Plant-Based Diets Help Alleviate Prostate Cancer Symptoms A recent study has shown that a plant-based diet can help alleviate the complications of prostate cancer. The research investigating the impact of a plant-based diet on the symptoms of prostate cancer was published in the Cancer Journal. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), prostate cancer is the most common and […]
  • Unlocking the Power of Arachidonic Acid in Battling Bipolar Disorder Research has found that arachidonic acid, a type of fatty acid, can aid in the prevention of bipolar disorder. The study revealing metabolites related to bipolar disorder was published in the Biological Psychiatry Journal. Bipolar disorder is a mental illness characterized by alternating episodes of mania and depression. During manic episodes, individuals may feel unrealistically […]
  • Depression More Likely to Occur During Menopause Transition Recent research has found that depression is more likely to occur during the menopause transition than before or after. A study showing that depression is more likely to occur during the menopause transition (Perimenopause) than before or after menopause has been published in the Affective Disorders Journal. The research team estimated the risk of clinical […]
  • Revolutionary Tech Predicts Atrial Fibrillation 30 Minutes in Advance A new technology has been developed that can predict cardiac arrhythmia 30 minutes before it occurs. The research results, which developed a new technology that can predict atrial fibrillation (AFib) 30 minutes before it happens, were published in Patterns. Cardiac arrhythmia refers to all abnormal heart rhythms and can take various forms. Generally, arrhythmia can […]
  • Hong Kong to Dazzle Visitors with Monthly Firework and Drone Shows Hong Kong is set to host monthly fireworks and drone shows this year. According to Lifestyle Asia, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) plans to present fireworks and drone shows every month as part of its tourism policy. The first fireworks show took place at Victoria Harbor at 8 p.m. on the first day of […]
  • Plague, Psychiatric Wards, and Phantoms: The Untold Story of Poveglia Poveglia Island in Italy is currently off-limits to the public and known as the Island of Ghosts. British newspaper The Mirror has reported on Poveglia Island in Italy, known as the Island of Ghosts. Poveglia Island is located in the north of Italy, about 3.1 miles south of the famous tourist destination, Venice. Its beautiful […]
  • Unexpected Aurora Show: Pilot Goes Off Course for Sky Spectacle A British pilot made headlines for deviating from the flight path to show all passengers the aurora. According to CNN, the plane was traveling from Reykjavik, Iceland to Manchester, UK. The pilot of the British low-cost airline easyJet’s flight U21806 performed a 360-degree turn to show all passengers the aurora unfolding over British airspace. The aurora […]
  • Sweet and Simple: Try This Easy Honey Bread Recipe Today Today, I'm going to introduce a simple snack recipe.It's a recipe for honey bread, which is sweet ...
  • Tick Bite Terror: Why 18.7% of Cases End in Death—What You Need to Know As the weather warms up and outdoor activities increase, the Seoul Research Institute  ...
  • Study Links Food Additives to Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes A recent study suggests that food additives used in processed foods may increase the risk of type 2 ...
  • Singapore Hotel Offers Refund for Rainy Days - Here's Why InterContinental Hotel in Singapore has launched a unique accommodation package for its guests.The h ...
  • Pistachio Craze: Why Everyone's Going Nuts for This Superfood  Pistachios are called the queen of nuts due to their high nutritional value, containing vitami ...
  • Too Much Calcium at Dinner Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk A study has found that excessive calcium intake during dinner could increase cardiovascular disease ...
  • No More Selfies on the Escalator: Barcelona's Sagrada Familia Cracks Down on Tourists The Transport Authority of Barcelona (TMB) in Spain prohibits video filming on the escalators of the ...
  • Chillin' with Brown Fat: Could Turning Up the Heat Help Beat Obesity? Research has shown that the activation of brown fat is related to preventing obesity.A study examini ...
  • Flight Attendant Reveals Top Packing Hacks for Stress-Free Travel In an interview with The Sun, British flight attendant Miguel Muñoz shared efficient ways to pack a ...
  • 10 Eco-Friendly Ways to Reuse Expired Perfume What if you have a leftover perfume that you haven't used much, and its expiration date has passed? ...
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