Pressure Cooking Versus Open Cooking: Which One is a Better Cooking Technique?

Cooking is an art and to perfect your skills, you must use the right utensils and the right techniques. It is believed that slow-cooking is one of the healthiest forms of cooking perhaps better than quick methods like pressure cooking. Before you ascertain which one is better, it is important to know how pressure...

Fear of Coffee Bubbles Is a Thing! Experts Reveal the Reason Behind The Phobia

Trypopobhia is described as 'fear of holes' and while some people may attribute it the uneasiness felt after looking at diseases that manifest in circular pattern, many others would just feel aversion to any round, everyday object. If you happen to know anyone who gets restless after seeing something as regular as coffee bubbles,...

Have You Been Overfeeding Your Children to Lead Them to Obesity?

Gone are the days when chubby children were looked upon as privileged kids, something to be taken pride in by parents. Chubbiness is no sign of good health, but an alarm bell for obesity risk. With more and more children getting obese in the recent years, it is leading to various health problems. According...

Lack of Sleep May Lead to Alzheimer’s Disease

Given our busy and chaotic lives, as many as one in three people have trouble sleeping - either they are not getting enough sleep, or suffer disturbed sleep or in some cases, it's a combination of both. Whatever be the situation or the reason, lack of sleep can play havoc with your physical as...

Tech, transports drag on Wall Street; Dow hits record

A swoon in technology and transportation shares led the S&P 500 slightly lower on Thursday on a day full of corporate earnings reports, but the Dow industrials set a record closing high, helped by a jump in Verizon. The Dow Jones Transport Average <.DJT>, often looked at as a gauge of the economy's health, closed...