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Study shows that intermittent fasting for certain intervals can promote good health by boosting our metabolism Fasting is a natural phenomenon in most animals and to accommodate fasting in dire circumstances, metabolic changes occur in their body. Fasting allows the...
Study shows that engaging in long-term physical activity can help middle-aged and older adults lower their risk of diseases and mortality. The benefit of exercise is regardless of previous levels of physical activity when the person was younger. World Health...
Experiments on mice cells shows a new mechanism pointing towards potential benefits of coconut oil in managing Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain disorder affecting 50 million people worldwide. No cure has been discovered yet for Alzheimer’s; some...
Scientists have demonstrated for the first time effects of Matcha tea powder and extract in reducing anxiety in an animal model. Matcha is a safe, natural alternative to relieve anxiety and elevate mood. Mood and anxiety disorders are becoming commonplace...
Study in mice shows that excessive long-term intake of dietary protein containing high amounts of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) can result in imbalance in amino acids and appetite control. This affects metabolic health and causes reduced lifespan. A healthy diet...
Scientists have incorporated a nanomaterial having antibacterial property into composite filling material. This new filling material can effectively prevent reoccurrence of tooth cavities caused due to virulent bacteria. Tooth decay (called dental cavities or dental caries) is a very common...
Intermittent fasting has a wide range of effects on the endocrine system of which many could be detrimental. Therefore, time-restricted feeding (TRF) should not be prescribed generically without a health professional examining individual-specific costs and benefits to see if...
Researchers have identified a group of cells in the hair follicles of mice which are important both in forming the hair shaft to allow hair growth, and also in maintaining hair colour in a study aimed at identifying possible...
Study shows on the basis of Nutri-Score developed by UK, a low nutritional diet increases risk of illnesses and a nutrition labelling system must be incorporated to increase consumer awareness There have been several studies in the past which link...
A recent study suggests that combining a high load resistance exercise for a muscle group (such as relatively heavy dumbbell bicep curls) with a low load exercise (such as very light weight dumbbell bicep curls for many repetitions) is...
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Recent studies have shown that artificial sweeteners need to be approached with caution and they may not be good and can cause conditions like diabetes and obesity. Sugar is said to be bad for our body mainly because it has...
Two studies provide evidences that associate high consumption of ultra-processed food with increased health risks The food that we consume regularly has long term effects on our health. One way of classifying food items is by their level of industrial...
A new clinical trial shows how mineral magnesium has the ability to regulate vitamin D levels in our body Magnesium, an essential micromineral is needed in large amounts for our body as it has multitude of health benefits. Magnesium is...
It is now a universal voice that homeopathy is ‘scientifically implausible’ and 'ethically unacceptable' and should be 'rejected' by the healthcare sector. Healthcare authorities are now averse on wasting valuable government and public funds and resources towards ‘nonsense’ homeopathy because...
Researchers have studied an alternative approach to regulate immune cell function to treat obesity Obesity is a chronic illness which affects 30% of the world’s total population. The main cause of obesity is higher consumption of fat rich food and...
According to a study conducted among elderly in Japan, consuming green tea may reduce risk of poor Oral Health Related Quality of Life The tea and coffee are two most commonly used beverages in the world. The green tea is...
A systematic review provides comprehensive evidence that regulating microbiota in intestine could be a possible approach to relieve symptoms of anxiety Our gut microbiota – trillions of natural microorganisms in the gut– are known to perform important roles in immunity,...
Twin studies show that expensive and popular probiotics may not be effective in treating ‘stomach flu’ in young children. Gastroenteritis or commonly called as ‘stomach flu’ affects millions of young children worldwide. It is caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites...
A long follow up cohort study shows that loss of sense of smell could be an early predictor of health problems and higher mortality among older adult It is well known that as we age our senses start to decline...
Synchronizing sleep-wake pattern to night-day cycle is critical for good health. WHO classifies body clock disruption as probably carcinogenic in nature. A new study in The BMJ has investigated direct effects of sleep traits (morning or evening preference, sleep...
New study in mice shows effect of consuming dietary coconut oil in controlling allergic skin inflammation Health benefit of a dietary oil is primarily determined by the composition of fatty acids – saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. These fatty acids...
An elaborate comprehensive study shows Omega-3 supplements may not offer benefit to the heart It is believed that small portions of omega-3 – a type of fat - can be good for one’s health. Alphalinolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA),...
Founded by NHS workers to help NHS workers, has raised funds to financially support workers during the national health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. A UK charity HEROES has raised £ 1 million to financially support NHS to cover...
Recent research studying almost 44,000 men and women finds that higher levels of vitamin C and vitamin E in the diet are associated with lower risk of Parkinson's Disease1. Vitamins C and E are antioxidants2. Antioxidants counteract oxidative stress, which...

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