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  • 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...

  • Goods Fat Promote Heart Health: Study

    Goods Fat 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...

  • Eating Lean Beef Daily Can Help Lower Blood Pressure

    Eating Lean Beef Daily Can Help Lower Blood Pressure

    Nutritionists have always advised against eating too much beef as it's known to be extremely high on fat and cholesterol. Lean beef (anything that has round, chuck or loin in its name) has been suggested as an alternative but there was very little evidence to prove its health benefits. But, thanks t...

  • India's Healthcare Infrastructure Lacks International Standards: National Health Profile

    India's Healthcare Infrastructure Lacks International Standards: National Health Profile

    Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan recently released a National Health Profile which focuses on health care standards and the quality of? healthcare infrastructure in the country. According to the profile, our country still lags behind in its health care infrastructure. Despite all the growth and d...

  • Smoking May Trigger Risk of Committing Suicide: Study

    Smoking May Trigger Risk of Committing Suicide: Study

    We know that smoking can lead to fatal health ailments but a new study establishes that it may even increase the risk of committing suicide. According to a latest study conducted by the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, nicotine in cigarettes may trigger psychiatric disorders and...

  • Scientists Discover Cause of a Mysterious Food Allergy

    Scientists Discover Cause of a Mysterious Food Allergy

    From lactose intolerance to dry fruit aversions, food allergies have become a common problem. A food allergy is triggered due to the body's adverse response on consuming certain foods. The protein in food is considered to be the most allergic component. Some medicines may prevent or minimize these a...

  • 10 Best Brunch Recipes

    10 Best Brunch Recipes

    There is nothing more comforting than waking up to a lovely, laid back brunch on a lazy day. Brunch is a cross between breakfast and lunch, eaten usually during the late mornings that can extend into the afternoon. The word 'Brunch' originated in the late 1800s in England and was traditionally serve...

  • Omega-3 Rich Diet May Keep Joints Healthy

    Omega-3 Rich Diet May Keep Joints Healthy

    Omega-3 or Omega-3 fatty acid, despite the name is an extremely essential nutrient. It promotes healthy brain function, wards-off heart diseases and reduces the risk of Type-2 diabetes. Omega-3 belongs to a broader group of fats called polyunsaturated fats or poly fats.? Cold water fish such as...

  • Why Organic Foods Are Good For You

    Why Organic Foods Are Good For You

    Organic foods are produced without the use of any chemical fertilizers and pesticides. They not only avoid industrial solvents or food additives but also use natural processing techniques. Therefore, they have added advantages like more antioxidants and less frequent pesticide residues. A new study ...

  • Absence of Appetite Hormone Reduces Risk of Arthritis

    Absence of Appetite Hormone Reduces Risk of Arthritis

    Obesity is considered to be one of the prime reasons of developing arthritis, but a new study examines the role of a certain appetite hormone called leptin in developing the risk of arthritis. The absence of the appetite hormone leptin can determine whether someone experiences arthritis, irrespectiv...

  • Eat Avocados for Glowing Skin

    Eat Avocados for Glowing Skin

    A healthy skin not only adds to your personality but also reflects how healthy you are on the inside. Beauty tips and tricks won't be effective until your inner nourishment is balanced, and now, another wonder food is in the news that adds to this inner nourishment and gives you radiant skin.?A...

  • Cancer Cases and Deaths Rising in India: Health Minister

    Cancer Cases and Deaths Rising in India: Health Minister

    Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan expressed his concern over the rising rate of cancer cases and cancer lead deaths in the country. He said that the increase in the number of cases may be attributed to ageing population, unhealthy life styles, use of tobacco and tobacco products, unhealthy diet and lac...

  • Sports Drinks May Adversely Affect Players' Performance: Study

    Sports Drinks May Adversely Affect Players' Performance: Study

    A recent study claims that sports drinks may not actually help sportsmen in boosting their performance. The study was led by Michael Kingsley of the Australian La Trobe University and explains how isotonic beverages that soccer players and other sportsmen usually drink during the breaks in matches d...

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