How To Improve Memory: Exercise Four Hours After Learning, Say Scientists

Exercising four hours after learning something new could help you remember it, according to a new study. Researchers found that physical exercise improved memory and memory traces after learning, but only if that exercise was done within a specific time frame. Guillén Fernández, from Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands, said the study “shows…

The Power Of The Paintbrush: How Art Therapy Is Saving Children With Mental Health Issues

For an adult suffering with a mental health problem, talking about how they’re feeling can be difficult. So, for a child with limited language skills, opening up about their feelings can be almost impossible. That’s where art therapy comes in. It uses activities, such as painting, to help children understand and discuss thoughts they may…

Why This ‘Orgasm’ Clothing Range Is Making Female Sexual Pleasure A Hot Topic

An upcoming designer has launched a fashion range dedicated to the female orgasm, and it’s getting people talking. Sofia Metsoviti has unveiled her first range of T-shirts, which bear the slogan “It’s not done if I don’t come”. Metsoviti told The Metro that the idea for the tees came “from talking with friends and realising that often the…

Children In Need 2016: 5 Activities You Can Do With Your Kids Including Pudsey Bear Face Painting

Children In Need’s annual show is back on Friday 18 November with members of the public and celebrities taking fundraising up a notch.   The yearly event raises much-needed cash for disadvantaged children and young people across the UK to ensure support is there when it’s needed. Parents are able to do their bit by donating…

Ingredient Found In Toothpaste And Sweets Could Cause Cancer, Scientists Warn

An additive commonly found in toothpaste, sweets and chewing gum could cause cancer, scientists have warned.  Titanium dioxide (E171) was found to cause growths in 40% of rats that were fed the additive in drinking water. While these growths weren’t cancerous initially, they have the potential to develop into something more dangerous, researchers said. The…

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