Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: Testicular cancer survivor: 'My testicle doubled in size' > Health-in-Motion 23 November 2016 Don't judge a book by it's cover So much of science is simply confirming what most of us already know. People tend to instinctively understand, for instance, that a person’s physical demeanour, stance and gait can provide us with a good indication of their mental state. It should come as little surprise then that a team of boffins at the University of Portsmouth in the UK has found that we can gauge how hostile someone is by observing the way they walk. Their study confirmed that exaggerated movements of both the upper and lower body indicate aggression. 0 More: Daily Dose: Testicular cancer survivor: 'My testicle doubled in size'Health-in-Motion advertisement Other news Lifestyle SEE: 60% of SA teens have been drunk Mental health Doctors warn SA mental healthcare collapsing after Esidimeni News Health Challenge Week 47: How much do you know? Medical When is it safe to take opioids? Medical Link between eczema and heart disease disputed Medical Boozing makes your cells age faster From our sponsors WIN a R2000 Skin Renewal voucher! Constipation in women SA's old diesel vehicles continue to fuel allergies Complete our allergy survey and stand a chance to win R 1000! Live healthier Choose wisely... » Healthy diet may extend kidney patients' lives Healthy diet protects teens against later weight gain Finding the right diet for you With so many fad diets out there, it’s difficult to separate fact from fiction. Dietitian Mpho Tshukudu gives advice on how to find and follow the right diet. Decor danger! » Sick building syndrome FAQ: Sick building syndrome What is sick building syndrome? Your wallpaper might be making you sick Fungus growing on wallpaper might contribute to 'sick building syndrome', causing symptoms similar to flu and allergies.