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iPhone users focus on health, Android users prefer fitness

iPhone users are more into Health (62%) than Fitness (58%) while Android users consume more Fitness content than Health (39% vs. 30%).

iPhone and Android users are conscious about their welfare with slight, but telling, differences...

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Worrying about smells can make asthma worse
In the study, 17 individuals characterised as moderate asthmatics were exposed to the odour phenylet...

Vitamin D deficiency doubles schizophrenia risk

People with Vitamin D deficiency are twice as likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia as compared ...

You eat 92 per cent of what's on your plate!

The average adult eats 92 per cent of whatever he or she puts on the plate...

Extra exercise helps depressed smokers kick the butt faster

Extra exercise can reduce the compulsion to reach for a cigarette in depressed smokers...

Fly-inspired device could help you hear better

Scientists have developed a tiny prototype device that mimics a parasitic fly's hearing mechanism wh...
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Studying may make you nearsighted
A German study has found that the more education a person has, the greater the likelihood that he wi...
Staples Vs sutures after C-section
The study found that 10.6 per cent of women in the staples group had wound complications, compared w...
Soon, personalised gene therapies for vision loss
In the current study, the CUMC team used iPS technology to transform skin cells taken from two RP pa...
Obesity tied to difficult pregnancy
Being overweight during pregnancy can lead to a host of problems ranging from gestational diabetes t...
Sex addiction 'similar' to drug addiction
Pornography triggers brain activity in sex addicts similar to effect drugs have on brains of drug ad...
It's official! Men lose sex appeal at 39
According to the 1,000 people polled, the first flecks of grey hair and the emergence of a double ch...
Sleep disturbances may be early warning sign of Parkinson's
Sleep problems may also be harbingers of future neurodegenerative disease, researchers said.
Moderate drinking does not benefit heart health
The new research reviewed evidence from more than 50 studies that linked drinking habits and cardiov...
Old-fashioned polio jab better than drops?
Most vaccination campaigns use multiple doses of OPV that provide some gut immunity, although this w...
New means to erase pain devised
After capsaicin injections, the mechanical pressure at which mice would flinch was about a third of ...
Mobile phone bling boosts device attachment
"The more you customise your phone for aesthetic reasons the more it reflects who you are. You see y...
Climate change could cause more kidney stones
Tasian and colleagues described the risk of stone presentation for the full range of temperatures in...
Cigarette warning labels prompt quit attempts
People who didn't think much about the health risks were more likely to say that those risks were ex...
Sunshine vitamin boosts bowel cancer survival
Bowel cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are more likely to survive the di...
Rotten egg gas holds key to health-care therapies
Rotten egg may offer health benefits in a range of diseases such as diabetes, heart attack and demen...
How brain processes emotions decoded
Ever wondered why some couples derive similar pleasure from sipping a fine wine or watching the suns...
Brain switch that turns off consciousness discovered
If the stimulation was disrupting a brain region responsible for movement or language she would have...
Same genes drive mathematics and reading ability
The study does not point to specific genes linked to literacy or numeracy, but rather suggests that ...
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