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Good night’s sleep is tied to how you structure your day

Boost exercise to beat your bedtime blues.

Your tongue reflects your health

Review of a computer-based system for diagnosing diseases by analyzing tongue color.

Adding walnuts to daily diet shows positive effects on mental health

The new brain food for stressed university students.

A troubled sleep may be associated with risk factors for type 2 diabetes

Trouble sleeping? You could be at risk of type 2 diabetes.

Why does lightning zig-zags, and how is it connected to the thundercloud above?

Physicist strikes gold, solving the 50-year lightning mystery.

Health experts call for focusing on Children’s physical fitness

Following concerning changes to children's health and physical fitness post COVID-19

A daily dose of yogurt could be the next go-to food for managing high blood pressure

The study examined the associations between yogurt intake, blood pressure, and cardiovascular risk factors.

New computer vision technology to safely monitor pre-term babies

A new non-contact way to monitor pre-term infants in intensive care.

Consuming spicy diet may increase the risk of dementia

A new 15-year-long study by the University of South Australia claims that consuming spicy diet increase the risk of dementia.

Polymer Film Coating Turns Contact Lenses into Computer Screens

Researchers from the University of South Australia's Future Industries Institute (UniSA) have created a new polymer coating material that turns contact lenses into computer...

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