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Sleeping less in old age may be adaptation to survive in wild

Many dangers stalk the bushlands of Tanzania while members of the Hadza people sleep, yet no one keeps watch. There is no need because it seems that natural variation in sleep means there’s rarely a moment when someone isn’t alert enough to raise the alarm. That’s the conclusion of a study that sheds new light on why teenagers sleep late while grandparents are often up at the crack of dawn. Fifty years ago, psychologist Frederick Snyder proposed that animals who live in groups stay vigilant during sleep, by having some stay awake while others rest. However, no one had tested this sentinel hypothesis in humans until now. One way of maintaining this constant vigilance might be by the evolution of different chronotypes – individual differences in when we tend to sleep. This changes as we age, with teenagers shifting towards later bedtimes, and older people towards earlier bedtimes. Would such variability be enough to keep a community safe at night? To investigate, David Samso

What is Binge Eating?

What is Binge eating? Binge eating features eating a very large amount of food within a relatively short period of time usually within 1-2 hours. During this episode, they will feel a loss of control over their eating habits and may not be able to stop even if they want to. Sometimes a person with BED will often have a range of identifiable eating habits such as eating when they are not hungry and continuing to eat even when they are already full. Binge eating is a devastating psychological disease that can be deadly because it often results in obesity. but the reason for BED varies from person to person, sometimes a combination of social and cultural factors causes a person to binge eat. A person with binge eating disorder is just likely to be in normal weight. One can recognize a person with binge eating disorder because of these behavioral signs and symptoms: Eating large quantity of food Non-stop eating even when full Hoarding Food Often eating in

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Amelia Earhart Conspiracy: Latest photos may prove that she lived

Amelia Earhart was a Famous American aviation pioneer and author. Amelia Earhart was the fist female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. But Amelia Earhart's daring round the world flight together with her navigator Fred Noonan was cut short when her Lockheed Electra disappeared from thin air over the Pacific Ocean on June 2, 1937. But what do you think really happened to her? Some Researchers say that they know where Amelia Earhart have died, some say she survived her crash-landing. In this Newly discovered photo, proves that  Earhart and Noonan did not die in a crash-landing. A photo was found in the National Archives that historians and researchers believe shows Amelia Earhart (sitting on the dock) and Fred Noonan )standing at left) in the Marshall Islands after their plane crashed nearby in the Pacific Ocean 1937. In the new documentary, historians argue that the photograph proves Earhart and Noonan were picked up by the Japanese Military and they

Real Life Vampire Couple Drink Each Other's Blood

Are Vampires real? Some say they are, Some claims they are not. With their sharp fangs and gothic lifestyle, vampires have become the stuff of legends. However, there are certain individuals who believe that they have dangerous traits of a vampire. A couple lives in the deepest, darkest of Haverhill, Suffolk, claimed that they are real vampires who feed on each other four times a week. The married couple, Lia Benninghoff and Aro Draven share an unusual lifestyle that will make you cringe because they do share one trait: A thirst for blood.  We all know that vampires feed on Human or Animal blood, but these married vampires claimed that in order to satisfy their thirst, they both feed on each other. They are the kind of vampires who can walk under the sunlight (no daylight ring needed!) and drink human blood at the same time. Lia met Aro through a dating website on Valentine's day and the two already had each other's eyes, After several mon

Elmo Magalona to wait for Janella Salvador

Just because Janella Salvador says she isn't ready to have a boyfriend yet doesn't mean that Elmo Magalona will stop courting her. In an interview on "Tonight with Boy Abunda" on Wednesday, the young actor was asked whether he is OK with Salvador  focusing on her career  at the moment. "Narinig ko naman iyan from her mismo," he said. "Bilang lalaki, nirerespeto ko iyong opinion niya and if she thinks she's not ready, then that's fine with me." But he clarified: "I respect her pero iyong respect na iyon, I mean magbibigay lang ako ng space. Pero hindi ibig sabihin noon is titigil ako." Magalona was a guest on the late-night talk show to promote the upcoming horror film "Bloody Crayons," based on the book of the same name by Wattpad writer Josh Argonza. It also stars Ronnie Alonte, Diego Loyzaga, Sofia Andres, Janella Salvador, Maris Racal, Yves Flores, and Jane Oineza. Directed by Topel Lee, &