By The Media Line
Study Shows Prayer Tied To Prevention Of Alzheimer’s
The next time you’re passing a church, a mosque or a synagogue, you might want to pop in for a few moments. A new American-Israeli study has found that praying regularly can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by 50 percent.
August 01, 2012
Study: Geological Clock Ticks Faster Than We Thought
According to a new study from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Earth took shape more rapidly than once believed. The new findings do not alter the age of the universe but indicate that the Earth's mantel and crust and rocks formed in a shorter period than originally thought.
May 05, 2012
Low-Carb, High-Carb, It Doesn’t Matter, Study Says, It’s All About The Veggies
Israeli nutrition experts found it doesn’t matter which kind of diet you choose – the outcome depends on vegetable consumption. Your chances of losing weight hinges on eating more vegetables and cutting down on sweets rather than on whether you consume less carbs or fat.
March 09, 2012