Orange juice, leafy greens may preserve memory in older men

New York: Men who eat leafy greens, dark orange and red vegetables, berries and drink orange juice may be at a lower risk of developing memory loss in older age, according to a study. Men who consumed the most vegetables were 34 per cent less likely to develop poor thinking skills The findings showed that men who ate larger amounts of fruits and vegetables More...

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By Agencies On Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

Aspirin and omega-3 safe, lower bowel cancer risk

London: Intake of aspirin and omega-3 is safe and effective at reducing chances of bowel cancer in high-risk patients, according to a new clinical trial. Findings showed that patients who took aspirin had 22 per More...

By Agencies On Saturday, November 17th, 2018

Weightlifting better than walking and cycling for heart

New York: While it is well known that physical activities promote heart health, a new study suggests that weightlifting, rather than walking and cycling, can better help keep heart diseases at bay. Both strength More...

By Agencies On Friday, November 9th, 2018

Breast milk, saliva can boost oral health in babies

Sydney: Besides being a source of nutrition, breast milk also plays an important role in shaping a healthy oral microbiome in babies, suggests a study. the growth of some microbes was inhibited for up to 24 hours More...

By Agencies On Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

Eat veggies, fish to ward away heart disease

London: If you are suffering from high blood pressure, consuming fish, seafood and a primarily vegetarian diet may help reduce hypertension-related heart disease symptoms, a study suggests. Four- to five-fold increase More...

By Agencies On Monday, November 5th, 2018

High calorie meal for dinner may up heart disease risk

New York: Eating a meal rich in calories for dinner can increase the risk of diabetes as well as lead to poorer cardiovascular health, researchers have warned. Person’s daily calories in the evening, post More...

By Agencies On Saturday, November 3rd, 2018

Increasing protein intake can reduce disability risk in elderly

London: Increasing the daily amount of protein intake — known to slow the loss of muscle mass — can help older adults preserve the ability to perform daily activities as well as prevent their risks of More...

By Agencies On Thursday, November 1st, 2018

Hot coffee contains more antioxidants than cold coffee

New York: Hot coffee has higher levels of antioxidants than cold coffee, which are believed to be responsible for some health benefits, says a new study. The study explored that hot coffee has some measurable health More...

By Agencies On Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Vegan diet linked to reduced Type-2 diabetes risk

London: A vegan diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds, with few animal products, is linked to a significantly lower risk of developing Type-2 diabetes. Vegan diet is associated with improved psychological More...

By Agencies On Sunday, October 28th, 2018

High carbohydrate diet may induce obesity in some

New York: Researchers have identified a DNA mutation common in animals that may explain why a diet high in carbohydrates induces obesity and diabetes in some but not others. Humans share 75 per cent of the same More...