Most women believe that they need to cut their hair short and wear a more conservative hairdo after turning 40.
Scientists believe a fatty acid found in olive oil may reduce the risk of breast cancer by as much as 70%. According to a research by the Northwestern University, the oleic acid significantly reduced levels of a protein that is produced by the breast can
The building of Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) will amaze Sofia residents Monday morning with totally "redressed", as it will be packed white-and-blue to mark the radio's 70 anniversary. Alpinists will take on the job over the weekend and are expected to
A Bulgarian top model will land on the cover of the Elle Dutch edition, her agents said Thursay. Seductive brunette Katya Peneva will shoot a special photo session in South Africa at the end of this week.
Germany's metal band Destruction shattered Sofia Monday night with their extreme heavy metal sounds. Called "Knights of Demon" the Germans are emblematic for the overall history of trash metal, which have staged against commercial trends in the heavy met
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 documentary was voted Best Film at the US People's Choice Awards. The controversial film was highly critical of US President George Bush and the US-led invasion of Iraq.
Residents of Bulgaria's capital Sofia planted in the biggest Southern park the first 400 Christmas trees in what is to be called a Christmas Forest. The project aims to prevent unscrupulous cutting of conifers before the Christmas holidays.
The small coastal town of Balchik appears to be the most coveted place to organise weddings with a total of 882 marriages held last year. The number of non-Bulgarian couple to have started their spouse life in the northern Black Sea town is 752, mainly c
The figures of the Bulgarian liberation heroes Vassil Levski and Hristo Botev will join the collection of the Sank Petersburg's museum of wax figures. Currently the museum is presenting in Bulgaria's old capital city Veliko Tarnovo an exposition of 30 fi
Bulgaria's cleverest woman says she has been inundated with job offers following reports she couldn't find work, Daily Times reported. Daniela Simidchieva, 44, has three degrees and her 192 IQ matches that of two-time Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie.
Ingredients: 1 large onion, diced, 4 minced garlic cloves 3 tablespoons olive oil, 6 cups chopped fresh tomatoes, 2-3 teaspoons chili powder, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon black pepper, 4 cups vegetable stock
Radio waves from mobile phones harm the human body's cells and damage DNA, recent studies show. Despite the findings scientists point out that people show not be worried, as the study did not constantly find evidence of damage.
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