Can’t Resist Junk Food? Blame it On Your Genes!

smelling your food may make you fat

Wonder why you prefer chocolates, burgers, fries and potato chips, or can’t resist grabbing those high fat, and sugary foods? Maybe you should blame your cravings for

Dark Chocolate Can Reverse Ageing of Brain


It’s no secret that the beneficial effects of dark chocolate on brain are plenty. Now much evidence has come to light revealing the brain boosting benefits of

Cycling to Work May Cut Heart Disease, Cancer Risk By Half


The advantages of cycling are plenty, especially when it comes to our cardiovascular health. A new study now adds to this growing evidence, saying cycling to work

Walking Up Stairs Energises You More Than Coffee – Study

climbing stairs

You might think drinking coffee is a great way to give yourself a quick energy boost. But you might be surprised to know that walking up stairs

Female Wine Lovers, Beware! White Wine May Raise Your Risk for Rosacea

Study Links Smoking to One Type of Skin Cancer

If you are someone who loves drinking white wine, then this news is for you. A new study claims to have found a potential link between white

Diet Sodas Linked to Greater Risk of Dementia, Stroke

diet sodas

Do you prefer a diet coke or diet sodas, as a healthy drink? The truth is: these zero-calorie beverages may be doing you more harm than good!

Oral Contraceptive Pills Negatively Affect Women’s Quality of Life

contraceptive pills and breast cancer risk

A stupendous number of women take the oral contraceptive pills to avoid pregnancy, and many of them report to experience some pretty awful side effects. Now, a

Eating Avocados May Lower Risk of Metabolic Syndrome


It is well known that consumption of avocados confers many health benefits. A new study has discovered more therapeutic properties of this humble stone fruit. A review

Drink Beetroot Juice Before Exercise for a ‘Younger’ Brain


We have known for a long time that regular exercise boosts brain health and reduces the risk of cognitive impairment, too! Now a new study suggests these

Prenatal Antidepressant Exposure Does Not Up Autism, ADHD Risk in Kids


Multiple studies have assessed the impact of mom’s antidepressant use during early pregnancy and autism risk among her children, with conflicting results. A new, large scale study