Vitamin C can reduce your risk of growing Cataracts

28 March 2016
Cataracts develops in the lens, which is the crystal part of the eye that helps light to travel into the back of the eye to create an image. Cataracts veils the lens in the eye and affect vision, which makes it more difficult to see with age

Skipping Breakfast Cause You to Gain Weight

27 March 2016
Skipping breakfast isn't unceasingly the healthiest habit, and it has been related to weight gain, according to a research in the American Journal of Epidemiology in 2003. The study authors looked at the dietary patterns of around 500 subjects over the course of a year, that pick the diet trends linked to weight gain.

Three Feathers, a Movie made in Four languages

25 March 2016
Three Feathers, a film based on a concrete novel by Fort Smith, N.W.T. Characters will be learning more than their lines as shooting begins this week in the community.

Plant-embed fish feed could lead to health problems.

24 March 2016
To make fish farming more feasible, the aquaculture industries has mark down the feed made of other fish and replacing it with plant-based options. But the new research warns that plant based alternatives can make the fish less healthy to eat and have negative impacts on the environment.

The Divergent Series: Allegiant

24 March 2016
In The Divergent Series: Allegiant, the newest division of the Shailene Woodley-led, teen has spotlight the dystopian saga, the action is generic and the CGI is really breathtaking, but the movie's biggest problem is the script, according to CBC's Eli Glasner.

Drinking Alcohol brings no benefit

23 March 2016
Canadian researchers says that health benefits of moderate drinking are likely inflating. Studies have reported health benefits from moderate drinking brings healthier hearts and longer life.

Sophia, is going to be your robotic nurse

22 March 2016
Sophia, not a celebrity but a robot created by the founder of Hanson Robotics, Dr. David Hanson. Sophia is going to be a breathtaking invention of science and is going to be the most compelling and engaging human like robots with terrific human wisdom. The maker is hoping that the robot would be capable of developing a deep, trusted relationship with people.

Parrots, multi talented animals

22 March 2016
Parrot sympathetic says that birds easily oppose the great apes and dolphins in all-around braininess and resourcefulness, and may be the only animals other than humans that are capable of dancing to the beat. So, they are called as feathered primates.

How it was to visit a dentist in old days.

21 March 2016
A visit to dentist is obviously fated as a frustration and a pain. But we hardly give them enough money for making the experience much less painful than it has the potential to be.

Chewing Bubble pause your Onion tears

18 March 2016
Whenever you starts cutting onions, they start conflicting with your lachrymal glands to give off tears because onions contains an unstable chemical known as syn-propanethial-S-oxide which is released into the air.