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Magnesium Plays Role in Regulating Body's Internal Clock
Researchers used molecular analysis and found that concentrations of magnesium rose and fell in a 24-hour cycle in all cell types and that this impacts on the cells' internal clocks.
You're Not Eating Enough Fruits and Vegetables in a Day
Indians across age groups and income categories are falling short in meeting the World Health Organisation's (WHO) recommended daily intake of five servings of fruit and vegetable.
Fruits And Vegetables
Stop Stressing Now! It May Cause Diabetes
Be it physical or emotional, taking unnecessary stress may increase your risk of developing diabetes.
Obesity and Diabetes in Pregnancy Hastens Early Foetus Growth
The child in the womb of an obese mother, who develops gestational diabetes, is five times more likely to grow larger in size by the sixth month of pregnancy, finds a study.
Can Your Heartbeat Affect Your Wisdom?
The fluctuations of your heartbeat may affect your wisdom, finds an interesting study suggesting that the heart rate variation and thinking process work together to enable wise reasoning.
Heart And Mind
India Calls for Focus on Diabetes Among Youths, Adolescents
As the global diabetic population hits 422 million, with a large chunk living in India, the Health Minister called for immediate focus on the occurrence of diabetes among youths and adolescents.
Outdoor Light May Lower Short-Sightedness in Children
Increasing exposure to outdoor light can significantly reduce short-sightedness in children, a new study has found.
MSG Level in Maggi Noodles Found on the Higher Side
The Supreme Court was told that one report of a test on Maggi noodles by the government research institute has shown that MSG was on the higher side.
Maggi Noodle Controversy
Maggi Noodles Msg
Only One in 10 Indians Aware of Damage to Blood Vessels During Diabetes
With Diabetes being the theme for World Health Day this year, health experts have said that only 10 percent of Indians were aware that diabetes in its later stages damages blood vessels.
World Health Day 2016
Eat Walnuts to Keep Age-Related Health Issues at Bay
The findings showed that intake of walnuts, especially by the elderly, can boost the good fats and other nutrients as well as lower obesity and blood cholesterol levels.
What Causes Poor Memory in Schizophrenia Patients?
Researchers have identified a pattern of brain activity that may be a sign of memory problems in people with schizophrenia.
Treating Depression May Lower Heart Disease Risk
Depression is a known risk factor for cardiovascular disease. However, a team of US researchers has found that...
Paleo-Type Diets May Cut Diabetes and Heart Disease Risk
The consumption of a paleolithic-type diet by obese women can help them lose weight and lower their future risk of diabetes and heart disease, says a new research.
Diabetes And Heart Disease
Beat Obesity with a New, Non-Surgical Weight Loss Treatment
Obese people struggling with weight loss can now opt for safe, minimally invasive, non-surgical weight-loss treatments, finds a new study.
Weight Loss Procedures
Overfed Foetus May Become an Overweight Adolescent
Being over weight at birth also corresponded to the increase of fat mass in children at ages 9 and 17.
Pot Belly Hightens Risk of Heart Failure
Obesity not only increases the risk of heart failure, but increased belly fat, combined with an ageing population, can also lead to a significant increase in the risk of heart failure.
Excess Weight Can Increase Odds of Asthma in Women
Obesity and a common endocrine system disorder among women of reproductive age - polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) - are independently linked with asthma: study
Obesity Can be Predicted as Early as Six Months of Age
Severe obesity can be identified in babies using a simple body mass index measurement as early as six months of age, reveals a new study.
Early Sleep Problems Can Lead to Pain Later in Life
The long-term associations between sleep problems and the pain types were compared between the sexes and the mediating effects of anxiety and depression, fatigue and physical activity were explored.
Exposure to Air Pollution Leads to Obesity: Study
At eight weeks old, female and male rats exposed to the pollution were 10 percent and 18 percent heavier respectively than those exposed to clean air.
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