Do people who live in rented houses age faster?
Researchers have found that private renters biologically age faster than those who own the homes they live in, even if the homeowners take on mortgages.Read More
When did humans start becoming obese?
We usually think of lifestyle and diet as the main causes of obesity, but humans became less active and ate more high-calorie or highly processed foods only gradually emerged in the late 20th century, which does not explain the gradual increase in obesityRead More
Exercising in the morning and afternoon can better prevent diabetes
Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by high blood sugar, affecting 537 million people worldwide, 90% of whom are type 2 diabetes. Diabetes has been listed as one of the four major non-communicable diseases by the United Nations and is the main cauRead More
Can drinking coffee slow down brain aging?
As you age, your brain's cognitive function will gradually decline. This process is not easy to detect, but at some point you will suddenly realize that your brain is really not keeping up.Read More
Why do dogs attack people?
The history of dogs and humans living together is the longest among all mammals. Companion dogs as pets are often considered to be domesticated species. So why do we still get attacked by dogs in seemingly unexpected situations?Read More
How many steps should you take every day to stay healthy and live longer?
For people over 60 years old, the risk of premature death begins to plateau at 6,000-8,000 steps per day, and for adults under 60, the risk of premature death begins to plateau at 8,000-10,000 steps per day.Read More
Sun protection also prevents cancer
Many people may think that sun protection is just for beauty, but this is not the case. Excessive ultraviolet rays will not only darken our skin, cause sun spots, accelerate wrinkles, and increase the risk of skin cancerRead More
Are your eyes aging prematurely?
When does aging begin? The eyes provide an important viewing window.Read More
Don’t overeat red meat and processed red meat products
A growing body of research suggests that excessive consumption of red meat and processed red meat may harm health and longevity, such as increasing the risk of cancer.Read More
Overuse of disinfectants is putting us at risk of illness
We use a lot of disinfectants in our daily lives, but rarely pay attention to the possible effects of disinfectant residues. And we may therefore ignore the pathogenic bacteria that are getting stronger around us.Read More