Health | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 13, 2015
Babies who are born in the summer are slightly heavier at birth, taller as adults and go through puberty slightly later than those born in winter months, a new UK study has found.
IANS | Friday September 25, 2015
Joint and muscular pain for several days after recovering from dengue is common, say health experts. They urge people to consume food items containing Vitamin D and E for speedy recovery.
Health | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday September 24, 2015
Joint and muscular pain for several days after recovering from dengue is common, health experts said today. They urged people to consume food items containing Vitamin D and E for speedy recovery.
IANS | Tuesday September 15, 2015
A new study links low levels of vitamin D with faster decline in cognitive functions among older adults, thereby putting them at greater risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Health | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday September 15, 2015
Low levels of vitamin D are linked with faster decline in cognitive functions among older adults, thereby putting them at greater risk for Alzheimer's disease, new research has found.
Health | Press Trust of India | Monday September 7, 2015
Majority of Indian urban men have low levels of Vitamin D in their blood which is essential for maximising bone health, a survey has claimed.
Press Trust of India | Monday September 7, 2015
According to a three-year long pan-India data mining survey (2012-2014) on vitamin D, 80.63 per cent of approximate 73 lakh samples of men screened during this period had abnormal Vitamin D levels.
Sparshita Saxena, NDTV | Wednesday July 22, 2015
The International Osteoporosis Foundation also recommends 30 to 40 minutes of physical activity at least thrice a week, which should include some sort of weight training or resistance exercises.
Rachael Francis | Saturday September 5, 2015
While following a diet we tend to ignore the body's metabolism rate, which plays an important role in weight loss. Here are some common diet mistakes which can slow your metabolism.
Amy Fleming, guardian.co.uk | Thursday April 16, 2015
Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, dementia and arthritis, as well as childhood illnesses. So is sunshine and oily fish enough or should you take supplements?
NDTV Food | Thursday February 12, 2015
A latest study explains that Vitamin D deficiency can pose serious threat to your child's health.
NDTV Cooks | Wednesday December 3, 2014
COPD most commonly known as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a group of lung diseases including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and chronic obstructive airway. A person suffering COPD experiences inability to breath properly which may include running...
NDTV Cooks | Thursday November 20, 2014
Popularly known as the sunshine vitamin, Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that keeps our bones and teeth healthy. It also plays a major role in regulation and absorption of calcium in the body. The primary source of Vitamin D is exposure to the sun....
NDTV Cooks | Sunday November 9, 2014
For those of you obsessed with the delicate and delicious taste of fish, we've got some great advice. Yes, it's a well-known fact that fish is possibly the healthiest of all food. It's rich in Omega-3, Vitamin D and essential oils. It boosts brain power...
NDTV Cooks | Wednesday October 29, 2014
Asthma is a chronic lung disease with common symptoms like wheezing, coughing, chest tightness and shortness of breath. It may be caused due to genetic or environmental factors. The symptoms can be improved with the help of medicines, healthy lifestyle...
NDTV Cooks | Saturday September 13, 2014
We've known about the nutrient-richness of milk for long, especially as a primary source of nutrition for infants. It is a valuable source of calcium, vitamin D and protein. In fact, USDA recommends pregnant women to consume at least three cups...
NDTV Cooks | Thursday November 20, 2014
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...
Kriti Malik, NDTV | Wednesday January 21, 2015
For a country that gets abundant sunlight (at least for most parts of the year) it's strange to find a significant part of our population being diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency. It's almost become a pandemic.Vitamin D or the 'sunshine vitamin' is an...
IANS, New Delhi | Thursday November 20, 2014
World Asthma Day is commemorated annually on the first Tuesday of May by Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) to spread awareness about it. This year, GINA is organizing activities across the globe around the theme, "You Can Control Your Asthma".With this...
IANS | Wednesday February 4, 2015
A vitamin D deficiency has now been linked to aggressive prostate cancer. "Vitamin D deficiency could be a biomarker of advanced prostate tumour progression in large segments of the general population," said Adam B. Murphy, Northwestern University's Feinberg...
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday May 1, 2014
Get under the morning sun sooner rather than later as vitamin D deficiency has now been linked to aggressive prostate cancer, an alarming study indicated.
Reuters | Wednesday February 4, 2015
Women's low vitamin D levels during pregnancy are linked to a higher risk of cavities in the teeth of their toddlers, according to a new study done in Canada.Previous studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency among mothers can lead to defects in the...
PTI | Wednesday February 4, 2015
Breast cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are twice as likely to survive the disease as women with low levels of this nutrient, scientists have found. In previous studies, Cedric F Garland, professor in the Department of Family...
AFP | Tuesday February 3, 2015
Vitamin D supplements have no significant effect on preventing heart attack, stroke, cancer or bone fractures, according to a review of scientific evidence published Friday.Researchers led by Mark Bolland of the University of Auckland in New Zealand looked...