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  • 4 Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

    4 Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

    Heath experts have long vouched for the long ranging health benefits of drinking tea. Now you can add a few more to this exhaustive list. Not only does tea help detoxify your body but also keeps the skin hydrated, helps with weight management, is good for the hair and is a one stop solution for all ...

  • Secret to Healthy Aging Lies in a Balanced Diet: Study

    Secret to Healthy Aging Lies in a Balanced Diet: Study

    "Aging is an inevitable process. I surely wouldn't want to grow younger. The older you become, the more you know; your bank account of knowledge is much richer."? - William Holden?Who doesn't want to remain fit and age gracefully? While scientists around the world are searching for some cl...

  • Rosemary and Oregano Can Help Fight Diabetes

    Rosemary and Oregano Can Help Fight Diabetes

    Herbs are widely used in the kitchen to enhance the flavor of food, adding freshness and a pleasant aroma to your meals. Previously, health experts have claimed that fresh herbs pack a number of health benefits and can ward off heart disease, diabetes, obesity and a lot of other health problems. A n...

  • Researchers Develop Filter for Clean Drinking Water

    Researchers Develop Filter for Clean Drinking Water

    We're living in times when a majority of the world's population does not have access to drinking water and the kind that is available is seriously questionable. In such a situation, any kind of development regarding water filtration is a reason to rejoice. 23-year-old Jeremy Nussbaumer, under the gu...

  • Obesity Can Lead to Fatigue & Inefficiency: Study

    Obesity Can Lead to Fatigue & Inefficiency: Study

    A new study highlights the link between your weight and the efficiency of your muscles. According to the study obesity can lead to rapid muscle fatigue resulting in inability to perform a task for a longer span of time. Obesity has long been associated with physiological changes at the muscular leve...

  • High Salt Intake Increases Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics

    High Salt Intake Increases Heart Disease Risk in Diabetics

    People with Type-2 diabetes have more to add to their list of dietary restrictions as researchers have found that a high salt diet may double their risk of developing cardiovascular disease. For long, health experts have harped on the problems associated with too much consumption of salt. According ...

  • Vitamin-D Deficiency May Increase Risk of Schizophrenia

    Vitamin-D Deficiency May Increase Risk of Schizophrenia

    Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin-D is produced by the body in response to the skin being exposed to sunlight. Vitamin-D strengthens the bones and helps in enhancing the absorption of calcium in the body.Deficiency of vitamin-D may lead to bone problems like rickets in children and osteomalacia...

  • 5 Things You Must Eat in Glasgow

    5 Things You Must Eat in Glasgow

    A foodies bucket list of what to eat in Glasgow.If you ask any Glaswegian to sum up Glasgow in a few sentences you're most likely to hear the words university, pubs, cider, whisky, beer, a lot of beer and most importantly food. The Glaswegian's don't just adore their food but take pride in it. Besid...

  • High-Fat Diets May Affect Your Sense of Smell

    High-Fat Diets May Affect Your Sense of Smell

    For long, health experts have regarded fats as major culprits in perpetrating various lifestyle diseases like obesity, heart disease, diabetes etc. A previous study has even linked a high fat diet with an increased risk of developing breast cancer. Now, neuroscientists at Florida State University ha...

  • Probiotics Can Help Lower Blood Pressure

    Probiotics Can Help Lower Blood Pressure

    Foods like yogurt, fermented and sour milk, cheese and dietary supplements contain good bacteria that are extremely beneficial for our digestion. According to a new research, the consumption of these beneficial bacteria through foods or taking probiotic supplements can help in reducing blood pressur...

  • Heart Attacks Hit Young Women Harder Than Men: Study

    Heart Attacks Hit Young Women Harder Than Men: Study

    In the past few years many researchers have uncovered multiple reasons for how a person could get a heart attack and have also suggested ways of preventing it. For example, switching to a Mediterranean diet, consuming good fats and regular exercise are only some of the many recommended ways to reduc...

  • Good Fats Promote Heart Health: Study

    Good Fats Promote Heart Health: Study

    Be it the elderly or the young, heart ailments like cholesterol and blood pressure have become common lifestyle problems. Cardiovascular diseases impose a serious health threat with increased risk of stroke or heart attacks. In fact, heart diseases have become the leading cause of deaths around the ...

  • Fish Oil May Prevent Brain Damage in Alcoholics

    Fish Oil May Prevent Brain Damage in Alcoholics

    The American Medical Association considers alcoholism as a disease that can lead to various physical ailments and mental damage. Besides liver disorders, most alcoholics may also suffer with long-term mental problems. Alcohol is known to alter the delicate balance of chemicals and various processes ...

  • Yoga May Help Overcome Anxiety Disorders

    Yoga May Help Overcome Anxiety Disorders

    Stress, fear and anxiety have become a part of our daily lives. Studies have shown that taking too much stress may lead to anxiety disorders and serious mental illnesses. But, certain lifestyle changes may help one overcome stressful situations.?Here's a piece of good news. It has been found th...

  • Cinnamon May Prevent Food Borne Illnesses: Study

    Cinnamon May Prevent Food Borne Illnesses: Study

    Cinnamon is a common kitchen spice obtained from the inner bark of trees. With a captivating aroma, it is often added to desserts and curries to enhance the flavours. It is not just a versatile cooking ingredient but also popular for its numerous health benefits. Previous research has shown how cinn...

  • New Study Offers Insight Into IBS Treatment

    New Study Offers Insight Into IBS Treatment

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS is an extremely common gastrointestinal (GI) disorder that can be characterized by bloating, pain and discomfort, diarrhea, constipation and intermittent abdominal pain. The symptoms are caused by changes in how the GI tract functions yet there is no particular medica...

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