As the number of youth suffering from osteorthritis continues to surge globally, health experts on Wednesday said that wrong postures for long durations was the biggest contributor to the disease.
Over 20 per cent of Indian youth suffer from hypertension problems due to their sedentary lifestyle, experts have said.
In a comparison of fitness levels among children in 50 countries, the nations with the biggest internal income disparities tended to have the least fit youth.
With an ever-increasing number of Indians suffering from heart diseases, a drastic change in lifestyle and eating habits is the need of the hour to tackle the alarming situation with a special focus on youth, ...
Teens who eat poor breakfasts are more likely to develop metabolic syndrome - a group of health problems that can increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes - in adulthood, a new study ...
Twenty three percent of Delhi youth below 19 years of age have high cholesterol levels, a study revealed here on Monday. The study that was conducted by Raman Puri, chairman of Lipid Association of India ...
Ageing is something, which in today's world, even the late 35-year-olds start worrying about without realising that stress could lead to stray wrinkles.
According to a new research done by the Stanford University in California, the tendency to take more stress during youth may increase the risk of developing high blood pressure later in life.
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.
Prolonged sitting in the same posture can add a tremendous amount of pressure to the back muscles and spinal discs.