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  • Beetroot May be Therapeutic for Heart Patients

    Beetroot May be Therapeutic for Heart Patients

    Beetroot may not be a popular ingredient, but it is definitely a powerhouse of great health benefits. It helps boost stamina, lowers blood pressure and gets our muscles to work harder. A new study has now revealed some additional benefits. Beetroot can help athletes boost their performance and also ...

  • World Obesity Day: Why Your Liver is at Risk

    World Obesity Day: Why Your Liver is at Risk

    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), obesity is an aggressive global epidemic that kills almost 2.8 million people every year. This could mean one of two things: either people have given up any kind of physical activity or they've adopted extremely unhealthy lifestyles. Health experts h...

  • Drinking Alcohol After the Age of 60 May Sharpen Memory

    Drinking Alcohol After the Age of 60 May Sharpen Memory

    Alcohol has always been under the radar because of its toxic health effects like hypertension, memory impairment, anxiety and brain damage. But a new study suggests something different. Drinking alcohol in moderate quantities after the age of 60 may actually help sharpen your memory. Researchers at ...

  • The Secret Ingredient for Healthy Fried Food

    The Secret Ingredient for Healthy Fried Food

    Who can resist a plateful of crisp, fried goodies? We just can't, but neither can we escape the aftermath. Unfortunately for many, the cheating-your-diet guilt often catches up with indulgence. Not anymore! If you love all things fun and fattening, here's a piece of good news. As reported in the Jou...

  • Your Brain Tricks You Into Eating Fatty Food

    Your Brain Tricks You Into Eating Fatty Food

    A recent study established that our brain activity may be related to food cravings. According to health experts, a certain area in brain - dorsolateral prefrontal cortex -? is responsible for triggering food cravings. The study also suggested that minor magnetic stimulation to a person's DLPFC ...

  • These Nuts May Keep Alzheimer's at Bay

    These Nuts May Keep Alzheimer's at Bay

    One of the healthiest nuts, walnuts have long been known for their health benefits. With high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, they are good for the heart and brain health. A new study led by an Indian-origin researcher, Abha Chauhan, sheds light on the benefits of including walnuts in your daily diet...

  • Binge Drinking May Increase Risk of Hypertension

    Binge Drinking May Increase Risk of Hypertension

    Excessive alcohol consumption and its adverse effects on one's health has been the subject of many studies. A latest research conducted by Sarah Twichell from Boston Children's Hospital, explains how binge drinking in early adulthood can make men more susceptible to the risks of high blood pressure...

  • The Way You Walk May Affect Your Mood

    The Way You Walk May Affect Your Mood

    Various studies in the recent past have stressed on how our mood or mental health can have a significant effect on our behaviour and day to day activities. A new study throws up something rather fascinating. Published in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, the study shows th...

  • Heart Attacks May Not Be Genetic

    Heart Attacks May Not Be Genetic

    Heart diseases have long been associated with the genetic-makeup of a person. It is believed that the risk of heart diseases and heart attacks runs in families. Interestingly, researchers at the Intermountain Medical Centre Heart Institute in United States, explain how heart attacks are not just con...

  • Why Raw Cow's Milk Is Better for Your Child

    Why Raw Cow's Milk Is Better for Your Child

    We've known about the nutrient-richness of milk for long, especially as a primary source of nutrition for infants. The early form of milk produced by the mammary glands is called colostrum and it carries the mother's antibodies to the baby which are known to reduce the risk of many diseases. A lates...

  • 10 Quick Diwali Recipes

    10 Quick Diwali Recipes

    No celebration is complete without a touch of sweet. Desserts are the highlight of every Indian festival. They add much more enthusiasm to the festive spirit. With Diwali around the corner, festivities have finally stepped in. Just like the multicolored rangolis that adorn the entrances of our homes...

  • Diabetic Men With Low Testosterone May Risk Heart Disease

    Diabetic Men With Low Testosterone May Risk Heart Disease

    Research suggests that men with low levels of testosterone along with Type 2 diabetes face a greater risk of developing heart disease when compared to diabetic men with normal testosterone levels. The study was published in Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism and f...

  • Sugary Drinks May Age You Faster

    Sugary Drinks May Age You Faster

    Sugary drinks have always drawn flak from health experts: they spoil teeth, hinder weight-loss and put you at a risk of diabetes. However, this is the first time they have been linked to ageing. According to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health, drinking sugary drinks may be...

  • Fatty Foods Harm Men More Than Women

    Fatty Foods Harm Men More Than Women

    Did you know that men and women respond differently to the food consumed? A recent study published in the Cell Press journal Cell Reports explains how male and female brains respond differently to high-fat meals and that men can be more susceptible to the health risks of a high-fat diet."Our finding...

  • Mousetrap: Man Finds Dead Mouse in His McDonald's Coffee!

    Mousetrap: Man Finds Dead Mouse in His McDonald's Coffee!

    Fast food giant McDonald's has been in the news lately for all the wrong reasons. A few days ago, it was put on the mat for using pink slime, worm meat and other dodgy ingredients. Now this! Ron Morais, a Canadian from Fredericton, New Brunswick took the usual route to work, picked up his every day ...

  • Frequent Traveller? Jet Lag Can Make You Gain Weight

    Frequent Traveller? Jet Lag Can Make You Gain Weight

    If you're one who frequently travels across nations and have recently found the weighing scale tipping onto the wrong side, this could be the reason. Keeping aside the fact that you've been binging on all things fun and fattening, it has been found that changing your time zones frequently impacts th...

  • Social Media War: Amul vs Angry Consumer

    Social Media War: Amul vs Angry Consumer

    Usually on social media, the conversation between a brand and its customer is a predictable one: a customer complains about a certain product or service and the brand responds with an apology. In some cases it even offers compensation. But the story of Amul and a certain customer is a new one that s...

  • This Popular Remedy for Whiter Teeth Might be Ineffective

    This Popular Remedy for Whiter Teeth Might be Ineffective

    For long people across the world have sworn by the strawberry-baking soda mixture for whiter teeth. But a recent research conducted by Ran Kwon from the University of Iowa proves otherwise. It states that the mixture doesn't do much except from removing plaque from teeth. The study was published in ...

  • See What This Group Does to Feed the Hungry

    See What This Group Does to Feed the Hungry

    According to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, one-third of the food produced annually for human consumption around the world is lost or wasted.In India, it's sad to see that millions go to bed hungry and that the primary reason for this is not insufficient food production but e...

  • Cigarette Packs to Have 85% Space Devoted to Warnings

    Cigarette Packs to Have 85% Space Devoted to Warnings

    According to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) report 2009-10, 34.6 percent of the adult population consumes tobacco in some form. Among minors (age 15-17), 9.6 percent minor consumed tobacco and most of them were able to easily purchase tobacco products. Further, it states that nearly 1 milli...

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