Why being single is much more than handling just loneliness With 51% of Britain’s population registered as unmarried, half of adult Americans currently unattached, and over half of the households in Paris, the city of love, made up by only-ones, having no significant other seems to be today’s latest trend. Yet the world isn’t quite the singles’ oyster; when it comes to being single, society is still lagging behind.
Precision injections of Botox into migraine Researchers are using a high-precision instrument to inject toxins that alleviate migraine attacks. This means even better needle guidance and user-friendliness
Use of e-cigarettes, alternative tobacco products may lead to increased tobacco use The increasing use of alternative tobacco products, such as water pipes and e-cigarettes, by children under the age of 18 is a burgeoning public health crisis.
Sitting for long periods not bad for health New research has challenged claims that sitting for long periods increases the risk of an early death even if you are otherwise physically active. The study followed more than 5000 participants for 16 years (making it one of the longest follow-up studies in this area of research) and found that sitting, either at home or at work, is not associated with an increased risk of dying.