Did you know?
- A brain-imaging study has shown that women cannot control their hunger as well as men.
- Another study has shown that the breast cancer risk of women who are regularly physically active in the postmenopausal phase is reduced by about one third compared to relatively inactive women.
- New U.K. research has shown that even the magazine you read may affect how healthy your diet is.
- A new research has found that a common form of hormone replacement therapy shrinks women's brains.
- Scientists have found that women who breastfeed for greater than two years have a significantly reduced risk of developing breast cancer later in life.
- Women who are exposed to hairspray in the workplace during pregnancy have more than double the risk of having a son with the genital birth defect hypospadias, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
- Australian doctors say that getting botox jabs during pregnancy may cause birth defects in unborn children.
- Psychiatrists say that shopaholism can be classified as a disease and is a subset of obsessive compulsive disorder; it’s as dangerous as drug or alcohol addiction they add.
- A study has also found that unhappy people watch 20 per cent more television than those who describe themselves as 'very happy'.
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