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Obesity takes second place after smoking in topmost reasons of premature death

Obesity takes second place after smoking in topmost reasons of premature death

Doctor’s warning about being overweight is not at all healthy has become strengthened as a new study has found that overweight people die one year earlier than expected and moderately obese people die up to three years earlier.

‘Quality’ of space matters more than ‘quantity’ for zoo elephants: Study

‘Quality’ of space matters more than ‘quantity’ for zoo elephants: Study

What matters for elephants, the largest land mammal on earth, is social interactions and opportunities to involve with their surroundings and not space, unveils the largest multi-institutional zoo-elephant welfare project.

Early bedtime for preschoolers may help them avoid extra weight gain during teenage

Early bedtime for preschoolers may help them avoid extra weight gain during teenage

Bedtime also affects the level of obesity one could have later in life, unveils an interesting study. As per it, if preschoolers are put to sleep early then they have less chance of getting obese when they reach in their teenage.

Gonorrhea in earliest stage of developing resistance to antibiotics: CDC

Gonorrhea in earliest stage of developing resistance to antibiotics: CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has raised concerns by unveiling that soon Gonorrhea could become untreatable. The sexually transmitted disease is treated through a combination of two drugs, but the CDC warned that one of the drugs may not act that strong on the STD.

Ducklings use abstract relationships to recognize their mothers: Study

Ducklings use abstract relationships to recognize their mothers: Study

A new study published in the journal Science has unveiled that same-different discrimination is present in creatures that are generally being considered not intelligent like newborn ducklings. The research paper challenges our idea of what does it mean to have a birdbrain.

33 People in Brooklyn Collapse over Alleged K2 Overdose

33 People in Brooklyn Collapse over Alleged K2 Overdose

Det. Ahmed Nasser of the New York City Police Office of the Deputy Commissioner revealed that a sidewalk in Brooklyn witnessed the collapse of 33 people, possibly due to the overdose of a kind of synthetic marijuana, known as K2. The collapses occurred within a time span of 11 hours on July 12, 2016.

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