Minutes of exercise triggers longer effects

June 1, 2010


A new study shows that exercising for ten minutes can lead to longer effects.

Chimps react similar to humans with death

April 27, 2010


A new study finds that the reactions of chimps in the event of a death is similar to that of humans.
London (WiredPRNews.com) – Reseachers have found that chimpanzees react similarly to humans when they experience the death of a group member. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), footage taken from Scotland’s Blair Drummond Safari […]

Students prepare for robotics contest in Dallas

April 23, 2010


Students from across the globe are reportedly gearing up for a robotics contest in Dallas this weekend.
Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNew.com) – Students from schools across the globe are reportedly gearing up for a robotics contest set to take place in Dallas this weekend. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, students are coming from all around […]

Study suggests bacteria may elevate appetite

March 8, 2010


A new study suggests increased food consumption may be linked to bacteria in the stomach.
Chicago (WiredPRNesw.com) – A new study suggests there is a link between uncontrolled bacteria in the stomach and obesity. As reported by AFP, researchers found that digestive bacteria that isn’t properly regulated can lead to an increased appetite caused by inflammation.
Andrew […]

8 Secrets of a Top Educational Consultant

February 4, 2010


Los Angeles, CA (WiredPRNews.com)
Want to know the secrets of a top Educational Therapist? Here are the tips and tricks you should know about how you can help improve your child’s grades at home.
1. Organize!
Most students work best when they are organized. How is your child’s binder organized? Does he/she have a […]

Multitaskers Generally Not Good At It

August 26, 2009


A new study suggests that people who regularly perform multiple tasks at a time normally do not do it very well.
Press Release Service - Wired PR News – A new study proposes that people who regularly multitask have yet to master it. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the worst multitaskers are said to […]

Dark Circles Under Eyes: Therapy Ageless Eyes by DermaRadiant

August 5, 2009


WiredPRNews.com Press Release — Reducing under eye bags and dark circles is key in the fight against aging. DermaRadiant is excited to announce the public availability of the best under eye cream formula offered today: Ageless Eyes™ with EYELISS. Ageless Eyes™, packed with some of the highest quality anti aging skin care […]

Studies prove ingredients in Anti Wrinkle Complex fight signs of aging and wrinkles

July 23, 2009


Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com Press Release) — There are numerous anti-aging products on the market today, but how do you know which ones are the most effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes? A recent study from DermaRadiant reports that the ingredients in Anti Wrinkle Complex™ are the strongest available […]

Monkeys Live Longer With Lower Calorie Intake

July 13, 2009


A new study shows monkeys who consume fewer calories lead longer lives.
Press Release Service - Wired PR News – A new study shows monkeys who consume fewer calories live longer. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), scientists have found through a 20-year study that a decrease in calories increases the lifespan of primates, which […]

New Approach for Fighting Cancer

June 2, 2009


Doctors have found a new way to help patients battle cancer using the body’s immune system.
Wired PR News – Researchers have made huge strides in the fight against cancer. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), immune therapies have been found to be beneficial for treating cancer, after 30 years of research.
As noted by the […]

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