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It Just Doesn’t Pay to Be Nice, Study Finds

THURSDAY, Oct. 11, 2018 — When it comes to money, nice people really are more likely to finish last, a new study suggests. Researchers analyzed data from more than 3 million people and found that those who were nice were at increased risk for bankruptcy and other financial problems. Why? They just don’t value money

Just one-third of Chinese acute coronary syndrome patients receive rehabilitation guidance

Just one-third of Chinese patients with acute coronary syndromes including heart attack receive cardiac rehabilitation guidance before discharge from hospital, according to research presented at the 29th Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology (GW-ICC). Only one in ten receive personalised advice. GW-ICC 2018 is being held 11 to 14 October in Beijing, China. Visiting experts

Simple blood and saliva tests could help prevent heart attacks

Simple blood and saliva tests that cost just £40 could help prevent heart attacks, scientists say Major study proves that scientists can identify people at risk of a heart attack  Scientists found DNA testing can be used to spot those with increased risk Currently more than 190,000 people suffer a heart attack in the UK each year

Just Witnessing School Violence Can Leave Psychic Scars

FRIDAY, Sept. 28, 2018 — For middle school students, witnessing school violence can be as bad as being bullied, new research suggests. An international team of researchers found that young witnesses face many of the same challenges later on as those who are direct victims of campus violence. Notably, eighth-grade witnesses are at higher risk

Woman’s bloating and clumsiness turned out to be PARKINSON’S

Diagnosed with Parkinson’s at just 35: Woman who suffered bloating and put her inability to apply eyeliner down to clumsiness turned out to have incurable nerve disease Claire Jones, now 38, has young onset Parkinson’s disease which is incurable She first noticed something was wrong when she couldn’t stop her hand shaking Now the condition

Wait, just a second, is your doctor listening?

On average, patients get about 11 seconds to explain the reasons for their visit before they are interrupted by their doctors. Also, only one in three doctors provides their patients with adequate opportunity to describe their situation. The pressure to rush consultations affects specialists more than primary care doctors says Naykky Singh Ospina of the

Eating just one orange a day could prevent a common cause of blindness

Oranges really are the only fruit: Eating just ONE a day reduces people’s risk of blindness by 60% due to the citrus’ high antioxidant levels, study finds Oranges reduce people’s risk of developing age-related macular degeneration Due to ‘powerful antioxidants’ called flavonoids being anti-inflammatory Although flavonoids are in all fruit and vegetables, only oranges have

Your Ultimate Guide To Slim Down In Just 7 Days

1. Change up your HIIT sessions – HIIT has gotten a big reputation for burning off those annoying fat spots, but your body can get used to it if you are doing the same HIIT exercise day in/day out! There are so many options out there – so every couple of weeks, shock your body

Happiness at work doesn’t just depend on your employer

When Google promoted a software engineer named Chade-Meng Tan to the role of “Jolly Good Fellow”, his career – and the entire culture of Silicon Valley – took a sharp turn. Meng, a cheerful employee valued for his motivational qualities, went from developing mobile search tools to spreading happiness across the organisation. Happiness became his

Grown adults also suffer from dramatic night terrors 

It’s not just children! Grown adults also suffer from dramatic night terrors Shockingly, around 20 per cent of six-year-olds have nightmares each week But, while 15 per cent of children have night terrors, so do 2 per cent of adults They occur in the non-REM stage of sleep, so people act out what’s happening Gasping

Just one concussion could raise Parkinson’s risk

If you’ve ever had a mild concussion, your risk of developing Parkinson’s disease goes up by 56 percent, a new study of more than 300,000 U.S. veterans suggests. “Upwards of 40 percent of adults have had a traumatic brain injury [concussion], so these findings are definitely concerning,” said study author Dr. Raquel Gardner. She is