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A Bad Night’s Sleep Is Just As Unhealthy As Sleep Deprivation, Says Study

New research suggests sleep interruption could be just as detrimental to health as those sleepless nights. Pic: ©inesbazdar / Fotolia TEL AVIV: In a first of its kind study, researchers at Tel Aviv University’s School of Psychological Sciences established a causal link between interrupted sleep and compromised cognition, attention span and humour, concluding that interrupted sleep is roughly equivalent to four hours of consecutive sleep.

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How Halal Are Ramadan Buffets?

Ramadan Buffet/Pic:GrouponMALAYSIANS especially Muslims, are very particular about cleanliness and holiness of the meal they are indulging in. This is because of the simple fact that the food is consumed, digested and becomes part of our body.

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10 Things About Marriage You Wish You’d Known As A Newlywed

Too many people go into a marriage thinking that it’s going to be great fun and not much different that any old long-term relationship. Living together with another person, who is both a lover and friend, has its ups and downs, and it is certainly a whole lot different than regular dating.

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7 Craziest Celebrity Demands

Pic: thunderbird37.com"Diva demands" sometimes seem like an escalating arms race; Radar rounds up 15 of the craziest demands from both female and male celebrities. 

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Study: Your Skin 'Smells' Odors

In this May 14, 2014 photo, Pacific Crest Trail self-supported speed record setter Heather Anderson of Bellingham enjoys the scent of blooming serviceberry while hiking near Sandpoint, Idaho. Pic: APIt's already known that the nose is not the only part of the human body with olfactory receptors; scientists have found them in the heart, blood, and lungs, and some have suggested they could exist throughout our bodies, reports Discovery News

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Losing Weight Could Reduce Hot Flashes, Says Study

Staying slim in the golden years could significantly reduce the problem of hot flashes in menopausal women. Pic:AFPWASHINGTON: In a pilot study announced by the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), researchers observed 40 overweight or obese white and African-American women who had been experiencing at least four hot flashes per day and found that the problem faded along with the extra pounds they lost.

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Online Social Media And Parenting: What Really Matters?

Pic: Telegraph UKWE are, by now, used to the criticism on online social media networking and how it basically affects effective parenting no thanks to children who are more focused onto the screens of their mobile phones or laptop computers.

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10 Habits Of Really Happy Couples

IT seems like a happy relationship should come naturally when you’re with the right person, but that’s not true.

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17 Lifestyle Fanatics Share Their Secrets To Success

Pic: GettyToo many people settle for less than they deserve in life. This has lead to a majority of people reporting they are not happy. If we're going to change this, (and if we respect human life, we better) it's time to look for different ways of doing things. Seventeen successful lifestyle fanatics would like to share how they each created a passionate life of freedom.

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3 Productivity Hacks You Should Be Using At Work (And 2 You Shouldn't)

Ahhh, the sweet benefits of a long weekend. You get to relax, you get to socialize, you get to go outdoors ... and then, you get to come back on Monday to face your overflowing inbox. Pic: Getty ImagesAhhh, the sweet benefits of a long weekend. You get to relax, you get to socialize, you get to go outdoors ... and then, you get to come back on Monday to face your overflowing inbox.

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