Extra-virgin Olive Oil May Reverse Negative Effects of High-fat Diet

Extra-virgin Olive Oil May Reverse Negative Effects of High-fat Diet

Yet another study has revealed health benefits of extra-virgin olive oil! A new study of mice has shown that a compound found in extra-virgin olive oil can

Working Out on an Empty Stomach May Promote More Fat Loss

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If you are a fitness freak, then you might have wondered a lot of times whether we should eat before hitting a gym or workout on an

Maternal Intake of High Fat and Sugar Diet May Affect Foetal Growth

Maternal Intake of High Fat and Sugar Diet May Affect Foetal Growth

You might have heard a lot of times that a pregnant woman’s weight and diet matters a lot when it comes to her and her unborn baby’s

Men With Grey Hair Face Higher Risk of Heart Disease

Sex in Old Age: It Actually Gets Better As We Age!

Here’s some unwelcome news for men with grey hair. A new study has found that men with grey hair face an increased risk of heart disease. Scientists

Atrial Fibrillation Risk is Greater for Taller, Overweight Women

Atrial Fibrillation Risk is Greater for Taller, Overweight Women

A new study by researchers from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden has suggested that bigger women with a larger body surface area have a higher risk

Yo-Yo Dieting Linked to Death Risk in Heart Disease Patients

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Yet another study has raised fears that Yo-Yo dieting, the repeated weight loss and weight gain cycles, can do more harm than good. Past studies have showed

A Common Virus May Trigger Celiac Disease, Study Says

A Common Virus May Trigger Celiac Disease

Today, so many people are suffering from celiac disease, a common digestive disorder that damages the small intestine when foods with gluten are eaten. Researchers from the

Taking Hot Baths Can Help Burn As Many Calories As Walking

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You might have heard about DASH, Mediterranean and 5:2 diet plans for weight loss but have you ever heard about hot tub diet? Well, it’s a new

Aspirin Use Linked to Reduced Risk of Cancer Death

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Long-term regular use of aspirin may reduce your chances of dying from various kinds of cancer, suggests a new study by experts at Massachusetts General Hospital and

Lack of Vitamin D May Up Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Obese Children

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Mommies and daddies, take note. Encourage your youngsters to play outdoors as a new study has suggested that not getting enough sunlight may increase cardiovascular disease (CVD)