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Sleeping too much can be harmful, it affects your mental skills
The amount of sleep associated with highly functional cognitive behaviour was the same for everyone (seven to eight hours), regardless of age. Also, the impairment associated with too little or too much sleep did not depend on the age of the participants, the researchers said.
Exercising too hard can be harmful for your mental health
Exercise in excess won’t make you fitter physically or mentally. A new study shows you the optimum amount of exercise for you and exercising every day leads to lower levels of mental health.
Some calories more harmful than others
While calories from any food have the potential to increase the risk of obesity and other cardiometabolic diseases, 22 nutrition researchers agree that sugar-sweetened beverages play a unique role in chronic health problems.
Russia slams extended US sanctions as illegal, harmful to world
Russia has slammed US sanctions against the country as illegal and harmful to the world after Washington extended embargoes against Moscow over the Ukrainian crisis.
US move to put Hamas chief on terror list harmful to peace: Turkey
Turkey has slammed the US decision to put the leader of the Palestinian Islamic resistance movement, Hamas, on its so-called terror blacklist, saying it could undermine the peace process in the Middle East.
80% of ready-to-eat baby food products contain harmful chemicals
Parents-to-be, take note! You may have to avoid some cereals and other ready-to-eat food products for your baby, as they may contain dangerous chemicals.
Gov't to inspect all sanitary pads for harmful chemicals
South Korea plans to inspect all sanitary pads currently being retailed for harmful chemicals amid growing concerns about their impact on women's health.
Study finds e-cigarettes may be as harmful as smoking tobacco
Researchers at the University of Connecticut found evidence that electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, may be as harmful as tobacco cigarettes.
Ban on harmful microbeads could be in breach of EU law
A UK ban on toxic plastic microbeads in cosmetic products could be unenforceable — as it breaches EU law— a new report has warned.
Break child from harmful health habits
Thumb sucking, picky eating and nose picking are not only a nuisance, but they can have lasting effects on your child’s health.
Strikes are 'futile' and harmful to children's education
A teachers' strike is a 'futile and politically motivated gesture’ that harms pupils' education and portrays educators as ‘militant hardliners', the head of a teaching union has warned ahead of a national walkout over pay and funding for schools.
Iron deficiency could be harmful
Iron deficiency can cause breathlessness, poor concentration, recurrent infections and unusual weakness and fatigue — but experts say it can be an easy fix.
Harmful effects of cell phone radiation
The prevailing increase in the use of cellular phones has raised a concern about the harmful effects of their radiation. WHO conducted a meeting of 31 scientists from 14 countries and together the experts have concluded that cell phone use should be classified as ‘possibly carcinogenic’. Independent studies indicate the danger of glioma, the most common type of brain cancer from radiation of cell phones.
Helicopter parenting may be harmful
Part of raising a teenager is figuring when and how to let go of the reins so adolescents learn to make smart choices on their own.
Antibiotics give rise to harmful bacteria
Most people have taken an antibiotic to treat a bacterial infection. Now researchers from the University of North Carolina and the University of San Diego reveal that the way people often think about antibiotics, as straightforward killing machines, needs to be revised.

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