2.7.2019 09:10 am
Study participants reported using WhatsApp for around 55 minutes each day, with participants reporting that they largely use it because of its popularity and group chat function.
New UK research has found that despite concerns about spending time on social media, using the text-based messaging app WhatsApp could actually be good for our well-being.
Try leaving technology out of your bedroom to help you shift into to a calm, relaxed, and clear state.
There was also suggestive evidence that sleeping longer than the recommended 7 to 8 hours a night was associated with an increased risk of the disease.
According to the study, the evidence was stronger in postmenopausal women than in premenopausal women.
The study found that how people perceive space in their homes matters more than anything else.
Cognitive behavioural therapy can be useful in helping patients pace themselves and avoid the push-crash cycle.
Children who are cyberbullied are nine times more likely to commit suicide
Not everyone has the time to get their full 150 minutes of exercise a week.
People who are afraid of trying new things tend not to get the right balance of nutrients in their diets.
The claims came mere minutes after his son mocked rival Joe Biden for making the same claim.
Research has previously linked oral health to a range of other illnesses.
Friday 21 June marks the fifth annual event celebrating this ancient art.
The World Health Organization (WHO) launched a global campaign Tuesday to curb the spread of antibiotic-resistant germs through safer and more effective use of the life-saving drugs.