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  • Binge Drinking May Increase Risk of Hypertension

    Binge Drinking May Increase Risk of Hypertension

    NDTV Cooks, October 22, 2014 15:07 IST

    Excessive alcohol consumption and its adverse effects on one's health has been the subject of many studies. A latest research conducted by Sarah Twichell from Boston Children's Hospital, explains how ...
  • The Way You Walk May Affect Your Mood

    The Way You Walk May Affect Your Mood

    NDTV Cooks, October 21, 2014 17:47 IST

    Various studies in the recent past have stressed on how our mood or mental health can have a significant effect on our behaviour and day to day activities. A new study throws up something rather fasci ...
  • Heart Attacks May Not Be Genetic

    Heart Attacks May Not Be Genetic

    NDTV Cooks, October 21, 2014 15:24 IST

    Heart diseases have long been associated with the genetic-makeup of a person. It is believed that the risk of heart diseases and heart attacks runs in families. Interestingly, researchers at the Inter ...
  • Why Raw Cow's Milk Is Better for Your Child

    Why Raw Cow's Milk Is Better for Your Child

    NDTV Cooks, October 21, 2014 14:38 IST

    We've known about the nutrient-richness of milk for long, especially as a primary source of nutrition for infants. The early form of milk produced by the mammary glands is called colostrum and it carr ...
  • Diabetic Men With Low Testosterone May Risk Heart Disease

    Diabetic Men With Low Testosterone May Risk Heart Disease

    NDTV Cooks, October 20, 2014 18:58 IST

    Research suggests that men with low levels of testosterone along with Type 2 diabetes face a greater risk of developing heart disease when compared to diabetic men with normal testosterone levels. The ...
  • World Osteoporosis Day: Fluoride May Increase Risk of Fractures

    World Osteoporosis Day: Fluoride May Increase Risk of Fractures

    IANS, October 20, 2014 14:55 IST

    For long, fluoride has been used to treat osteoporosis due to it's ability to increase bone mass. However, several recent studies have revealed that it may increase the risk of bone fractures, especia ...
  • Bad Gut Feelings - Why Doctors Aren't Spotting Crohn's Disease

    Bad Gut Feelings - Why Doctors Aren't Spotting Crohn's Disease

    Eleanor Tucker, guardian.co.uk, October 20, 2014 13:00 IST

    This long-term condition causes severe stomach pain and diarrhoea and it's on the increase, especially in young people. Yet doctors often fail to recognise it.Miriam Kaltz was 22 when she visited her ...
  • Fat Girls Do Yoga Too

    Fat Girls Do Yoga Too

    Deborah Coughlin, guardian.co.uk, October 20, 2014 12:36 IST

    Who says yoga is just for skinny people? The industry needs to shape up, says the new (big) girl in class.Like a scene from Heathers (or Mean Girls, if you're under 30), they cocked their heads to one ...
  • Is it Worth it? Water Workout

    Is it Worth it? Water Workout

    Stuart Heritage, guardian.co.uk, October 18, 2014 15:50 IST

    'Superficially, you're performing rudimentary movements to Akon songs, but my class was full of conspiratorial pensioners who used it as a chance to natter'What is it? You might know it better as aqua ...
  •  Exercising Three Times a Week Significantly Cuts Depression Risk

    Exercising Three Times a Week Significantly Cuts Depression Risk

    Reuters, October 18, 2014 15:36 IST

    Exercising three times a week reduces the odds of developing depression by around 16 percent, scientists said on Wednesday -- and for every extra weekly activity session, the risk drops further.In a s ...
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