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300 minutes of sport per week would reduce the risk of breast cancer

Doubling weekly hours of 150 physical activity to 300 minutes a real impact in reducing the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.  A team of Canadian researchers has demonstrated that physical activity doubled from 150 to 300 minutes per week would influence to prevent the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. Researchers recently found that the body fat was associated with an increased...

A british study exposes the ineffectiveness of treatments against obesity

British researchers are alarmed against the lack of effectiveness of treatments against obesity. David Gaylor A team of British researchers has shown that weight loss programs and sports exercises provided to obese people are not effective for them to lose weight or to prevent penddans to resume the next five years. The chance of a moderately obese person (BMI between 30 and 35) to achieve a normal body...

The incredible video of a mother giving birth alone in a car

This video should allay all fears and apprehensions of women about to ‘birth. Lesia Pettijohn has become a star on Youtube. Having given birth to her third child, alone and by car. It was her husband who took her to the hospital who filmed the scene with a GoPro attached to his leg. A video widely relayed by the recent Anglo-Saxon media, such as Guardian . Lesia Pettijohn is about to give birth. From the...

Teeth Whitening: the 5 most common questions

to get white teeth, avoid coffee, tea, wine and cigarettes. kurhan / shutterstock.com The dentist Anne Lasnier, teeth whitening specialist and author of a thesis on it , unveils the most common questions. 1 / Lemon is effective to keep teeth white FALSE Lemon juice, that old remedy Grandma used for centuries, unfortunately has no bleaching effect on the teeth. At best, it promotes shine. 2 / Coffee and tea...

AIDS infections dropped by over a third since 2000

A UN report published on July 14 announcement that the new virus infections HIV fell by over a third since 2000. An early victory against AIDS, made possible by a fierce struggle of the international community. While the fight against HIV / AIDS was one of the eight major Millennium Development Goals, the UN announced on Tuesday that the new virus infections had fallen by 35% over the past fifteen years. The...

Heat: how to adapt a plate at high heat

When the thermometer rises, it is wise to eat lightly. Seasonal fruits and vegetables are recommended, particularly if they are rich in water. Although hydrate When the thermometer rises, our water needs are the same, from 1.5 liters to 2 liters per day. If it is not always easy to drink more, you can always increase the rations of fruits and vegetables rich in water. Yoghurts are also part of water-rich foods....

Ebola: $ 3.4 billion promised to Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the prédidente Lberia during the conference at the UN headquarters, which has raised 3.4 billion dollars. (AFP / Cellou Binani) Beyond the continents, the call for help was heard. At a conference held at UN headquarters in New York, the three countries of West Africa ravaged by Ebola have asked the international community $ 3.2 billion to try to rebuild their economies and...

20 million cosmetic procedures performed in the world in 2014

Injections, face lifts, prostheses … In 2014, over 20 million people have been resort to cosmetic surgery in the world. The most recognized organizations representing the discipline published a detailed study of the behaviors of patients. More than 20 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures were performed worldwide in 2014. Statistics figures released Wednesday by the International Society of...

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