Monthly archives: February 2014

Top food to improve your eyesight

Spinach is rich in lutein antioxidant that makes your eyes look young. Also it is located in carrots, kale and pumpkin, and fulfilling the health maintenance of your vision combined with bilberry extract. Carrot are rich in beta-carotene, which the body converts into vitamin A ~ particularly important nutrient for good vision at night. Nuts and avocados – These fruits are a great source of vitamin E, which is an […]

Red Wines vs. White Wines: Which Bottle Should You Pick?

Most wine drinkers have their preferences of red wines or white wines, and their preferences are mostly based on taste. However, if you want to have a healthy meal, you should take the nutritional values of the wines into consideration. So, should you go for white or red wines?Features of White and Red Wines The main ingredient in white wines is white grapes, and these grapes have no skins or […]

Gunmen open fire in protests ahead of Thailand's national election

  STORY HIGHLIGHTS NEW: At least six are wounded, medical center says At least eight gunmen emerge from the ranks of the anti-government protests They open fire for about 30 minutes toward police and pro-government demonstrators Elections kick off Sunday, but anti-government protesters want to stop them Gunfire erupted during anti-government protests in Bangkok, Thailand on Saturday, witnesses said. At least six people were wounded, Erawan Medical Centre said. The […]

Cells from eyes of dead 'may give sight to blind'

The necessary cells can be found in the back of everyone’s eyes Cells taken from the donated eyes of dead people may be able to give sight to the blind, researchers suggest. Tests in rats, reported in Stem Cells Translational Medicine, showed the human cells could restore some vision to completely blind rats. The team at University College London said similar results in humans would improve quality of life, but […]

Mohammed Morsi trial over Egypt protesters' deaths to resume

Mr Morsi was held in a glassed-in cage for his last court appearance Ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has arrived in court in the capital, Cairo, for the resumption of one of the four trials against him. Mr Morsi and 14 other figures from the Muslim Brotherhood are charged with inciting the killing of protesters near the presidential palace in 2012. At a hearing in another trial four days ago, […]