Category Archives: Health

Eating White Vegetables Can Cut Stomach Cancer Risk

By | June 2, 2017

Chinese scientists say that eating white vegetables like potatoes,cauliflower and onions can reduce the chance of getting stomach cancer. Researchers from Zhejiang University evaluated 76 best existing scientific literature on diet and stomach cancer involving 6.3 million people and almost 33,000 fatalities from the disease. After analyzing the data the team found people who consumed… Read More »

New MIND Diet Can Lower The Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease

By | June 2, 2017

Nutritional epidemiologists from Rush University Medical Center,Chicago developed a new diet for Alzheimer’s disease known as MIND (Mediterranean-Dash Intervention for Neuro- degenerative Delay). The study showed that the MIND diet lowered the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by as much as 54% in the participants who followed 3 diets per day. The MIND diet is a… Read More »

HeartBuds: A Smartphone Based Stethoscope

By | June 2, 2017

HeartBuds a smartphone based stethoscope that connects through an app and has a sound quality comparable to the traditional ones. Once connected to a smart phone,consumers can listen to the sound of their hearts or their pets or babies etc through their regular phone ear buds. “They not only detect sounds inside the body just… Read More »

Indian Railways May Include Diabetic Diet In Their Menu

By | June 1, 2017

Soon passengers who were suffering from Diabetes can choose their ideal diets on trains and railway stations. Union Health Minister JP Nadda has urged Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu for his personal Intervention to make the option of “Diabetic Diet” available for the passengers while booking tickets. Stating Diabetes as being one of the leading non-communicable… Read More »

Lifelong physical activity helps men boost bone density

By | February 15, 2016

A new study has shown that lifelong physical activity can help men build stronger bones. The University of Missouri study found that individuals who continuously participated in high-impact activities, such as jogging and tennis, during adolescence and young adulthood, had greater hip and lumbar spine bone mineral density than those who did not. Researcher Pamela… Read More »

Every extra hour on couch ups diabetes risk by fifth: study

By | February 4, 2016

You may want to avoid too much sitting down as a new research shows that each hour of sedentary time is associated with a 22 percent increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The study by Julianne van der Berg, Maastricht University, the Netherlands, and colleagues investigated cross-sectional associations of total duration and patterns of… Read More »