Tag : University of Bristol

Smoking Maternal Grandmothers Associated With Autistic Traits In Granddaughters, New Study Finds

Moms  28 April '17

Smoking Maternal Grandmothers Associated With Autistic Traits In Granddaughters, New Study Finds

A new research strengthened earlier claims that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be linked to smoking and authors noted that smoking damages the DNA of mother's mitochondria.

Magnum Condoms & Ludacris Wrap Up The Magnum Live Large Project 2 In Miami

Health/Nutrition  27 June '16

Men Think Condom Use Is Unnecessary During Sex With ‘Hot’ Women

It's highly likely that men foregoing condom use during sex with attractive women equates "high status." Experts also believe that women's attractiveness makes men want to reproduce with them more.

Government Backs TV Adverts To Promote Healthier Eating

Body  13 June '16

Unhealthy Fast Food Consumption Risk Higher Among People Who Like To Sleep Late

Sleeping late could be damaging to your physical health. A study found that waking up late pushes your body to crave for fast food that can make you gain weight.

Museum Of Natural History Holds Media Preview Of New 122-Foot Dinosaur

School  20 April '16

Fossil Experts Form Fascinating New Theory On Dinosaur Extinction

Fossil experts in the U.K. have formulated a new theory about dinosaur extinction. They claim dinosaurs were already on the decline before the supposed asteriod impact.

Violence and Grief Define Life In Honduran Capital

Pregnancy  11 February '16

Study Link Exposure of Paracetamol To Pregnant Mothers May Develop Asthma Among Infants

The use of paracetamol during pregnancy must carefully be evaluated to avoid asthma development among infants.

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Health/Nutrition  29 June '15

Experts Warn Too Much Salt & Sodium Can Lead to Long-Term Health Issues

There are a growing number of children admitted to hospitals for high blood pressure due to overconsumption of salt.

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