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Blood pressure fluctuations tied to dementia risk

Wednesday, 09 August 2017 06:57

. But the research only found an association, not cause-and-effect connection

IF your blood pressure varies from day-to-day, you may be at higher risk for dementia or Alzheimer's disease, new research from Japan suggests.

Diabetes drug shows promise against Parkinson's

Monday, 07 August 2017 06:50

. Byetta improved symptoms of motor disease in small, short trial, but more research needed

THE diabetes drug exenatide (Byetta) may do double duty as a treatment for Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests.

Having asoda with that burger is double trouble

Monday, 24 July 2017 06:54

. High-sugar drinks combined with protein triggers extra fat storage by body, study finds

COMBINING a sugary soda with your burger or fried chicken can really prime your body to pack on more pounds, a new study suggests.

Extreme gardening to help tackle malaria

Monday, 17 July 2017 06:57

GARDENING could be a powerful weapon against malaria, culling mosquito populations by cutting off their food supply, say researchers.

Why you need folic acid in pregnancy?

Tuesday, 11 July 2017 06:47

ARE you expecting and wish to prevent risk of birth defects? Are you wondering how can you ensure good development and elimination of birth disorders in your baby?
If you nodded along in agreement, you need to include folic acid in your diet while expecting. And, if you are wondering how folic acid can help you and your fetus have good health, then think no further. Read on to discover all about vital role of folic acid during pregnancy.

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Breast-feeding tied to lower heart, stroke risk for mums

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 06:49

WOMEN who breast-feed their babies may have a slightly lower risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke decades later, a large new study suggests.
Researchers found that among nearly 290,000 women in China, those who breast-fed were 10 percent less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke later in life, versus women who bottle-fed their babies.

What you eat for breakfast could affect your decision-making - Study

Tuesday, 20 June 2017 06:52

WILL that be eggs or cereal? The decisions people make might be partly based on what they had for breakfast that morning, a preliminary study suggests.

Why you snore and how to stop

Monday, 19 June 2017 06:51

Why It Happens
IF you snore, it's because the relaxed tissues in your throat vibrate as the air you breathe in rushes past them. About half of U.S. adults do it from time to time. Things like your weight, your health, and the shape of your mouth can make you more likely to sound like you're sawing logs during the night.

Lung cancer: The No. 1 killer

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 06:53

The Big Picture
LUNG cancer is the top cause of cancer deaths in both men and women. But this wasn't always the case. Prior to the widespread use of mechanical cigarette rollers, lung cancer was rare.

White Bread vrs Wheat Bread: Which is better?

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 06:42

. One nutrition expert advises sticking with whole grains

FOR years, you probably have been told that wheat bread is far better for you than its white counterpart, but a small, new study suggests that maxim may not hold true for everyone.

Even moderate drinking may dull aging brain

Monday, 12 June 2017 07:27

. Findings suggest U.S. drinking guidelines might be too liberal

PEOPLE who drink at even moderate levels may see some of their mental skills slip faster as they age, a new study suggests.