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July 24, 2017

Health, Life

Painkiller prescriptions

July 24, 2017

Study shows that painkiller prescriptions are more prone to errors if they’re handwritten

There was a curious recent research that proves that painkiller prescriptions are more prone to errors if they’re handwritten. The latest studies show that all sorts of mishaps and mistakes can happen with handwritten prescriptions. Continue Reading…

Health, Life

Semen donor

July 24, 2017

Children conceived with donor semen are as healthy as general population

The recent studies show that children conceived with donor semen are as healthy as the rest of the kids. The research shows that the kids weren’t impacted in any bad way, both physically and mentally, regardless of their family type. The family type in question includes straight couples, single mothers, and lesbian couples. Continue Reading…

Life

Obese mothers

July 24, 2017

Obese mothers can cause behavior problems in boys

The recent research shows being overweight and pregnant will lead to behavioral issues in boys. The latest data shows that roughly 15% of childbearing age women are morbidly obese. According to the study, the early interventions could lead to the best possible results. If the women are able to get to a healthier BMI before they actually get pregnant, it’s beneficial for both their well-being and the well-being of their future kids. The study has linked excessive weight to child behavioral problems, including OCD and ADHD. Continue Reading…

Life

Mixed martial arts

July 24, 2017

Mixed martial arts fighters may face long-term brain harm

In recent years, there was a lot of research in regards to the possible long-lasting harm of head injuries suffered by professional football players. Different kinds of competitive sports were seemingly overlooked, but there’s a recent research that shows that people involved in boxing and MMA, may also risk long-lasting brain harm, as well. Continue Reading…

Life

Romantic study about kissing

July 24, 2017

Romantic study about kissing

The most recent and downright romantic study shows that we are more likely to tilt their head to the right side when kissing. The research revolved around almost 50 couples being asked to kiss (both at their place and in private settings) and highlight the results in exhaustive details, written down. Before the big head-tilting reveal, the study also concluded that males are 15 times more likely than females to begin the kissing. Continue Reading…