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'Sydney' - 30 Article Result(s)

  • 5 Best Places to Eat In Sydney

    Any visit to the country demands a few days spent in the commercial capital - Sydney. Here are 5 food experiences you will thoroughly enjoy when visiting the city.

  • McDonald's Disguises Itself as a Health-Food Cafe

    It looks like a just another Sydney cafe, but beneath the bread boards and beyond the quinoa is the latest McDonald's incarnation - a testing lab

  • From Watermelon Cake to Miso Eclair: The Most Innovative Cakes This Year

    Australia's finest pastry chefs gathered at Sydney's Sweet Street event to show their latest creations.

  • 20 Minutes of Sprints, Thrice a Week to Shed Belly Fat

    Want to shed that belly fat? Try sprinting, say Australian researchers.Just 20 minutes of sprints on an exercise bike, three times a week, will do. It could replace seven hours of jogging over the week ...

  • TV Viewing a Cause for Obesity?

    Talking about foundation of lifestyle behaviours being established as early as pre-school, a study found that nearly half of obese children ate dinner in front of the TV more than three times a week.The study, ...

  • Tea Lowers Odds of Ovarian Cancer?

    Drinking tea seems to lower odds of ovarian cancer, Australian research involving 1,000 women says.Dada Su from Curtin University co-authored the study in China, involving 500 patients of ovarian carcinoma and the other half being ...

  • Ads Influencing Kids on Alcohol, Fast Food?

    Children may be absorbing multi-million dollar messages propagated in sports related advertisements, promoting alcohol and fast-foods, shows a study.Simone Pettigrew, professor at the University of Western Australia (UWA) and colleagues investigated the...

  • Can Your Brain Trick You Into Losing Weight?

    Brain circuitry can trick your body into losing weight, says a study.Scientists from Sydney and New South Wales Universities, identified the brain circuitry that can trick the body into losing weight.Shu Lin, Yanchuan Shi and ...

  • Easy Way to Protect Heart - Sip Black Tea

    Quercetin, a flavonoid abundant in black tea, has shown promise in protecting blood vessels against oxidative damage and lowering cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk, said researchers who based their studies on mice.Flavonoids are common plant pigment ...

  • Ginger Could Help Control Diabetes

    Ginger could help manage high levels of blood sugar which create complications for long-term diabetic patients.A new report reveals the potential power of ginger to control blood glucose by using muscle cells. Ginger extracts were ...

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