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Exercise improves not just physical fitness, thinking skills too

Study finds that exercise improves not just physical fitness, but thinking skills too; increase is incremental over time with sustained exercise Exercise improves thinking skills. Anyone...

Why you diet has a role to play in how well...

People who diet to stay healthy are more likely to seek nutrition knowledge, use it to tweak their eating behaviours New research led by the...

Is your child a picky eater? Limit time spent on social...

Social media has negative impact on children's food intake, shows new study   Unhealthy food items advertised by social media have a negative influence on children’s...

Nutritional supplements don’t prevent depression, Mediterranean diet does

Food supplements do not keep depression away, right diet and lifestyle do A daily intake of nutritional supplements won't help stave off the onset of...

Your childhood home decides whether you have obesity as an adult

Study identifies factor related to family and home environment that eventually lead to obesity   Where you come from and how you are brought up could...

Personalised diet budgeting for genes, lifestyle works better in diabetes

Mayo Clinic researchers bat for personalised diet for better control of diabetes A personalised diet based on a person's genetics, microbiome and lifestyle is more...

Not enough sleep? Practice meditation, say Oregon researchers

However mindfulness exercises cannot replace sleep, they warn When entrepreneurs are feeling exhausted but can't afford the time for adequate sleep, they may be able...

On World Cancer Day, WHO calls upon Govts to screen patients

WHO regional director asks countries to pursue policies to reduce cancer incidence Cancer is far from an equal-opportunity killer. In 2018 - 18.1 million new...

5 common health myths and why they belong in the junk

When it comes to health myths are often more powerful than facts. A fact check is in order Life is not a bed of roses,...

Can’t fit into that dress any more? Blame it on work...

Heavy pressures at work seem to predispose women to weight gain, irrespective of whether they have received an academic education. This is shown in...

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Epilepsy drugs increase pneumonia risk in Alzheimer’s patients

Study shows Alzheimer's patients on epilepsy drugs have twice the risk of pneumonia People with Alzheimer's disease using epilepsy drugs have twice the risk of...

Kids in conflict areas three times more likely to die of...

New UNICEF report highlights the challenges children in conflict areas face because of lack of clean water Children under the age of 15 living in...

New risk genes for osteoporosis hold promise of novel therapy

Scientists identified new risk genes for osteoporosis using latest data analytical tools Scientists have identified new risk genes for osteoporosis, the chronic bone-weakening condition that...