Diabetic? Don’t skip breakfast

The only difference was that one day they ate breakfast and the second day they fasted until lunch

New York: Diabetics who skip breakfast may have elevated blood sugar levels throughout the day, warns new research. The only difference was that one day they ate breakfast and the second day they fasted until lunch Fasting until noon triggers major blood sugar spikes and impairs the insulin responses of Type-2 diabetics throughout the rest of the day, More...

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Higher risk of harmful drinking was not linked to feelings of loneliness or depression
By Agencies On Friday, July 24th, 2015
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Successful people at extra risk of harmful drinking

London: People who are in their 50s and are “successful agers” – healthy, active, sociable and well off – are more at the risk of harmful drinking than their less successful peers, researchers More...

We saw blood ferritin levels decrease in all six dolphins within three weeks on the new diet
By Agencies On Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
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Whole fat butter may control diabetes in humans

Washington: A unique saturated fat found in fish and whole fat daily products can reverse diabetes, researchers have reported after discovering that dolphins suffering from prediabetes were cured when fed with a More...

Participants in the control group smoked their usual brand of cigarettes for 12 months
By Agencies On Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015
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Low nicotine cigarettes may not curb smoking

New York: Simply reducing the nicotine content of cigarettes may not be enough to make smokers kick the habit, shows new research. Participants in the control group smoked their usual brand of cigarettes for 12 More...

Nene also said that wearing high heels has been linked to knee pain and premature/early arthritis of the knee
By IANS On Sunday, July 19th, 2015
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Excess use of high heels causes osteoarthritis

New Delhi: Excess use of high heels both in men and women is fast becoming the cause of osteoarthritis, health experts said here on Sunday. Nene also said that wearing high heels has been linked to knee pain and More...

The annual chance of obese patients achieving five percent weight loss was one in 12 for men and one in 10 for women
By Agencies On Sunday, July 19th, 2015
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Most obese people likely to stay overweight

London: Casting aspersions on the effectiveness of current weight management programmes focused on dieting and exercise, it has been found that chances of obese people recovering normal body weight are very slim, More...

The benefits of the probiotic involve a direct effect of L casei, or of a metabolic product of these bacteria
By IANS On Saturday, July 18th, 2015
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Dairy products make probiotics more effective

Washington: The success of probiotics for boosting human health may depend partly upon the food, beverages, or other material carrying the probiotics, a study shows. The benefits of the probiotic involve a direct More...

When it comes to scents, women like to sabotage their best female friends
By IANS On Friday, July 17th, 2015
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Why one woman doesn’t gift perfume to another

New York: Women do not buy perfume for other women and they certainly do not share them, an interesting study has revealed. When it comes to scents, women like to sabotage their best female friends Women who do More...

These exercises could be prescribed to reverse bone loss associated with aging
By Agencies On Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
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Exercise helps men regain bone mass

New York: Certain types of weight-lifting and jumping exercises, when performed for at least six months, may reverse age-related bone loss in middle-aged men, says a study. These exercises could be prescribed to More...

Daily fibre intake helps control cholesterol, blood pressure, glucose, insulin and excess weight
By Agencies On Tuesday, July 14th, 2015
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Fibre from many sources helps in good health

New York: People who get dietary fibre from many sources benefit more than those who limit their intake to a single food or low-fibre diets, new research shows. Daily fibre intake helps control cholesterol, blood More...