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The coffee hit is an essential start to the day for millions of people around the world each morning. Australians spent almost $800 million on over two billion cups of coffee last year--and that's just the start of the caffeine habit. But like all
6 March 2014 355 shares 68 View comments A teenager suffered three heart attacks and temporarily 'died' on her bathroom floor after she downed ten high-caffeine Jagerbombs on a 'two-for-one' promotion night. Jayde Dinsdale, 18, was drinking the
It may seem odd to associate lead toxicity with cardiac health issues. But there has been considerable research put into that association. Health experts seem to agree that there is no safe level of lead in our bodies, and this heavy metal toxin isn'
NZ researchers offered a grant to link up with Japan on smart projects for robotics to help the aged Auckland's Selwyn Village residents trialled the HealthBots now permanently deployed at Gore. A future where our elderly have faithful robot servants
28 February 2014 0 View comments Scientists believe an unhappy marriage can lead to heart disease, depression and high blood pressure Everyone knows that being in an unhappy marriage can make people miserable. But now, researchers have suggests it
Samsung's latest smartphone the Galaxy S5 with a fingerprint scanner, similar to iPhone 5S, will be available in the UAE on April 11. The 5.1-inch device was unveiled on Monday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
But as the event kicked off, these devices were largely put on the backburner, and all eyes turned to Samsung's hyped Galaxy S5 smartphone, the latest iteration of its top-of-the-line range of handheld communication devices. Having already unveiled
It's often said that the loss of a spouse or partner leaves "a broken heart." That notion might have some scientific validity, with new evidence suggesting the risk for a heart attack or stroke goes up during the first few weeks of bereavement. "Our
The new guidelines on reducing cesarean deliveries are aimed at first-time mothers, according to the American College of Obstetricians and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, which released the guidelines Wednesday in Obstetrics and Gynecology .
With iPhone and iPad growth dwindling, speculation continues to swell about Apple's next pursuits. In addition to a long-rumored smart watch, the company has reportedly met with officials at the Food and Drug Administration and filed several other