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14 February, 2018 7:58 AM This Study Suggests A Simple Trick To Help You Lose Weight

If you have been trying hard to shed those extra kilos, you must try eating slow. According to the researchers from Kyushu University in Japan, chewing slowly and refraining from eating for two hours before bedtime may help induce weight loss The data used in the research included information on the dates of consultations and treatments, while the check-ups 33

29 January, 2018 6:58 AM Strava Exercise Tracking Map Reveals Potentially Sensitive Information About US Troops: Reports

An interactive map posted on the Internet that shows the whereabouts of people who use fitness devices such as Fitbit also reveals highly sensitive information about the location and activities of soldiers at US military bases, in what appears to be a major security oversight. The Global Heat Map, published by the GPS tracking company Strava, uses satellite 60

5 January, 2018 3:38 PM PETA asks Centre to tax meat, other animal derived foods

Animal rights body PETA asked the government to levy a tax on meat and other animal derived foods for their damaging effects on environment and public health, on the lines of a similar tax imposed on tobacco. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India, in a letter to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, requested him to consider taxing meat and other 36

18 December, 2017 7:53 AM Sleep Apnea Can Cause Diabetes, Hypertension

Sleep apnea can increase risks of obesity, snoring and a disturbed emotional health. Sleep apnea is a condition where the muscles in the air passage collapse and the airways on the windpipe become narrow, when a person is asleep. This leads to people experiencing problems in breathing when they are asleep. And this highly disturbing condition of sleep 45

2 December, 2017 7:03 AM Consuming Nuts May Reduce Risk Of Heart Disease By 30 Percent: Study

If you haven't added nuts in your daily diet, it is time you start nibbling on them regularly. A recent research has found out that eating a handful of nuts could cut the risk of coronary heart disease by almost 30 percent, while also reducing the risk of cancer by 15 percent. The scientists found all kinds of tree nuts would help to reduce the risk of getting 33

7 November, 2017 1:06 PM What Is Junk Food? Why Is It Bad For You?

Picture this: a plate of hot French fries and a huge burger with hot cheese oozing out of it, and a large serving of any aerated drink; looks like a treat! This calorie dense junk food does look mouthwatering, but is known to be nutritionally poor. Junk food or fast food has become an increasingly popular food choice to grab when on the go. Ideally 56

6 November, 2017 5:19 AM Eating Whole Grains Can Aid Weight Loss and Reduce Risk of Diabetes: StudyÂ

Whole grains are the grains that contain all three original parts -- the bran, germ, and endosperm as opposed to refined grains, which retain only the endosperm. According to a latest study, consuming whole grain foods on a regular basis such as barley, brown rice, millet, oatmeal and rye may help lose weight as well as decrease the risk of heart disease 50

27 October, 2017 9:53 AM Love Pasta? Experts Blame It On The New Type Of Taste

Carbohydrates are one of the primary sources of energy needed by the body. It was found that people sensitive to the taste of starchy food items and carbs were more likely to consume these food items and put on weight. On examining a group of 34 individuals, it was revealed that most of them could easily identify common carbs found in items like rice, breads 70

27 October, 2017 6:47 AM Poor Nutrition Can Lead To Muscle Wasting and Fatigue in Patients With Liver Failure

Your diet can play a much significant role in your liver health than previously thought. Poor nutrition was found to be a common feature in patients with liver failure or cirrhosis. Poor nutrition can also lead to muscle wasting, weakness, fatigue and worse outcomes before and after the patients undergo liver transplantation, says a new study. The study 31

3 October, 2017 11:32 AM New Breast Cancer Test May Predict a Relapse, A Healthy Diet May Help Cut the Risk

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancer types in women. Some of the factors leading to breast cancer development include obesity, familial cancer history, sedentary lifestyle, early menarche, late child birth or no child birth among others. Breastfeeding is considered one as of the ways to avoid breast cancer. According to Cancer Research UK, adopting 13