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China Comes Up With Big Data Centre For Children’s Health

China’s first big data research centre for children, which has already collected information on over 200,000 children, has been set up in the central Hubei Province to improve their health.The center, established by Wuhan University and a Beijing-based paediatric technology firm in Wuhan, capital of Hubei, aims to develop a more complete medical care system

Now Robots To Run Your Beers

Virginia has become the first state in the union to legally allow robots to use sidewalks and crosswalks just like us humans. The impetus for the new law is Starship Technologies, which is looking to use its beetle bots to deliver packages or groceries or beer or whatever else you can stuff inside. The bots

Coffee butter To Start Your Morning In Japan

Having breakfast and a morning cup of joe is often just too much work for those of us who aren’t natural morning people. That means, of course, breakfast is sacrificed as you scarf your caffeine only to be crabby and hangry an hour later because you didn’t eat anything. This sweet and creamy coffee spread

Nine Fruits To Stay Away For Diabetes

Here are the list of food that you can enjoy even on diabetes. Fruit contain carbohydrates, so you need to count it as part of your meal plan. Having a piece of fresh fruit or fruit salad for dessert is a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth and get the extra nutrition you are

Read This Before Drinking Too Much Water?

We are often told to drink as much water as possible. But here are certain myths about drinking excess water. 1. MYTH: Helps to treat digestive orders Digestive disorders such as constipation, gas and acidity are caused due to sluggish digestive system for which digestives enzymes are responsible. When you have slow digestive power, it

Otzi Was Making Prosciutto Over 5,000 Years Ago

A new research on Otzi the Iceman, an exquisitely preserved 5,300-year-old human found in a European glacier, shows that he ate a form of dry-cured meat known as speck-a fatty, bacon-like snack that’s still found on charcuterie boards today. In other words, prehistoric, Copper Age Europeans were eating a form of prosciutto over 5,000 years

Do You Snore?

Snoring is seen more of a bedtime annoyance for people sleeping together, but little do they know that snoring could be a sign of an underlying health issue called Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). It is one of the most under diagnosed sleep disorders and is more like a silent epidemic. Very few know about the

Now, Get To Know How Drink You Are

Proof has come up with Milo Sensors that fits around your wrist like any of the fitness trackers on the market, but instead of tracking your motions with an accelerometer. It reads alcohol molecules through your skin. According to the company, the enzyme-based electrochemical sensor converts alcohol into an electrical current, and is able to

Beijing Welcomes New Year With A Thick Smog

Beijing residents entered in the e New Year from deep inside a cloud of hazardous smog. Air pollution in northern China was so heavy over the weekend that authorities on Sunday canceled dozens of flights at Beijing’s main airport and suspended buses from the capital to neighboring cities, the airport said in a statement. Just

Don’t Put Your Tomatoes In Refrigerators: Study

Scientists say that putting tomatoes in the fridge could reduce some of their rich flavor. Researchers at the University of Florida explain why the loss of flavor happens at the molecular level. The answer calls into question the entire system of handling tomatoes from when they are picked and shipped to when they are purchased

5 Golden Benefits Of Waking Up Early

Here are some of the benefits for waking up early in the morning. 1.More productivity Getting up early gives you a kick start for the day ahead. Besides allowing you more hours for your work, it also boosts your speed. Studies have suggested that when a person gets up early, he is more energetic and