As a diabetic, your main goal is to control your blood sugar levels. Figuring out what foods are allowed and what aren’t can be difficult. Here are some foods which you can consume to maintain your blood sugar levels. 1. Green leafy vegetables – Leafy greens are nutritious and low in calories. They are also […]

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Apart from smoking and alcohol, parents’ health including obesity and poor diet can have a strong impact on the growth and development of their children before their conception. Recent research findings show that smoking, alcohol intake, caffeine intake, diet, obesity and malnutrition in either or both parents increases the child’s risk of developing heart attacks, […]

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Moderate physical activity like swimming, brisk walking, running etc. can help reduce the severity of strokes. Indulge in any kind of physical activity for 2-3 hours every week to remain physically fit and active. Stroke is a major cause of disability which causes added complications if not treated or prevented. While exercise has its own […]

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What a woman eats during pregnancy is very crucial for a giving birth to a healthy baby. A recent study shows that half of all the women of childbearing age are either obese or overweight which puts both the mother and child at a risk during pregnancy. A healthy diet and good physical activity combined […]

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Do you find yourself searching through the fridge for something delicious to satisfy your craving? You know what you’re craving for, but do not wish to go out and buy it or despite searching for that food item you are left clueless about what you actually want! There’s more to your craving than just hunger! […]

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Recent research shows that elderly people suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) may be at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. According to the research, amyloid beta which are plaque-building peptides associated with Alzheimer’s disease, increase over time in elderly adults with OSA in proportion to OSA severity. The study also suggested that sleep […]

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A recent study of more than 50,000 participants over 8 years has found that smoking may increase the risk of hearing loss significantly. The data from annual health checkups were analyzed by the researchers from Japan’s National Center for Global Health and Medicine. The data also included audio testing and a health-related questionnaire. The effects […]

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If you’ve had Urinary tract infections (UTI), you would know that they are very common during summers. What you also need to know is that doctors don’t have any more oral antibiotics to treat the infection. This is because the bacteria causing the UTI have become more resistant to the medicines being used to treat […]

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A new vaccine has been created that has the potential to reduce the immune system response to peanuts. This means that patients with peanut allergy can start snacking on the nut without any fear. The study was conducted on mice where the rodents that were given the vaccine were protected from an allergic reaction, which […]

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