According to research, the citizens of Chad have the world’s healthiest diet, while the population of Armenia has the worst. — (@UberFacts) February 27, 2015 If you live in Sub-Saharan Africa you’re likely to have one of the healthiest diets in the world. Chad, Sierra Leone and Mali make up the top 3 countries for healthy eating according […]Read more "WHY WE SHOULD ALL EAT LIKE THE CITIZENS OF CHAD"
One study estimates that a bottle of beer consumed every day reduces the risk of kidney stones by 40%. — (@UberFacts) August 28, 2014 Wouldn’t it be brilliant if something that you enjoy and are repeatedly told is bad for you actually had a health benefit? In the case of beer, some researchers say this exactly […]Read more "COULD A BEER A DAY KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY?"
Research shows indoor tanning exposure is linked to more cases of cancer than smoking. — (@UberFacts) February 08, 2015 According to a meta analysis of data collected from 88 studies conducted in the US, Europe and Australia into the indoor tanning habits of young people, half of college students and one in five teens in general has indoor tanned. The […]Read more "ARE TANNING SALONS WORSE FOR YOU THAN SMOKING?"
Researchers have found that they can accurately predict heart disease rates by analyzing negative tweets on Twitter. — (@UberFacts) March 12, 2015 The outpouring of daily gripes on Twitter could be used to predict heart disease rates, according to research published in Psychological Science this January. The team, led by scientists from the US and Australia looked at tweets […]Read more "CAN TWITTER BE USED TO PREDICT HEART DISEASE?"
Researchers from NASA say the perfect nap lasts for 26 minutes. — (@UberFacts) March 08, 2015 Calls for napping in the workplace following cases of air traffic controllers falling asleep on the job are supported by research that shows short naps improve mental alertness. A ’26-minute nap improved performance 34% and alertness 54%’ according to a study from 1995, conducted […]Read more "WHY NAPPING ON THE JOB IS GOOD"
Using your mobile phone before sleeping, or even keeping your phone next to your bed, could increase the amount of time it takes for you to get to sleep. A study published in 2008 by researchers at Karolinska Institute and Uppsala University in Sweden and from Wayne State University in Michigan, US, found “measurable effects on the brain” caused by mobile […]Read more "One reason to stop using your phone before bed"