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Sunday, 20 September 2020

Teens with a higher view of their family 'more likely to succeed'

The key to doing well in life is perception of how well off you are – NOT the reality, claim researchers Researchers studied more than 2,000 twins in England and Wales They found children with a higher opinion of their parents were more successful Optimists tended to have better education…

Why you shouldn’t avoid sweet potatoes this winter

Cooking methods also affect the glycemic index of a sweet potato. Have you ever wondered why sweet potatoes are mostly eaten during the winter season? Unlike white potato, sweet potatoes pack in a lot of nutrition. In fact, did you know that one of the most prominent nutrient in sweet…

The real reason for hair loss during pregnancy

Pregnancy is incredible — what women’s bodies are capable of doing in order to make babies is genuinely awe-inspiring. And yet, with the amount of stress we’re under, there are understandably some side effects — as Rachel memorably intoned in Friends after listing just a few, “It’s just such a…

A THIRD of women in the UK lack interest in sex, study finds

More than a THIRD of British women aren’t interested in having sex as survey reveals low libido is most common among MARRIED people Scientists in Scotland analysed questionnaire responses from 12,000 people Almost half of women were deemed to have bad sex lives or poor sexual health Women were also…

Sepsis test being trialled for newborn babies could miss 30% of cases

Sepsis test being trialled for newborn babies is dangerous because it could miss 30% of cases and avoids early treatment, study warns The Kaiser Permanente (KP) calculator was designed to spot early onset sepsis It was compared with current diagnostic tools in the NHS   Up to 30 per cent of…