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Loss of sleep affects concentration, cognitive speed and precision, workingmemory, reaction time, reflexes, overall behaviour and emotions
In Japan, the late 1980s -- a time of skyrocketing real estate and stock prices -- were years of the infamous baburu keiki or Bubble Climate of the Japanese economy. It was during the same period that another term hit the headlines in Japan, the phenomenon...
Gandhiji’s idea about nutrition are interesting but unknown
In the 1940s, when India was neither poised nor rising, Mahatma Gandhi had written about the nation’s health with a focus on the common man. One is amazed by the depth of his knowledge about nutrition -- a diet which he recommended for the poor people of India, perhaps, contains all the nutrients that a healthy body needs. He said:...
Recovering from chemotherapy, multiple surgeries, including brain surgery, Lance Armstrong went on to win the most gruelling athletic event. It was all in his mind!
Lance Armstrong is winner of professional cycling’s most gruelling race (a three-week, 3,000km run through the most arduous terrain, The Tour de France) a record seven consecutive times. Even those with a passing interest in...