- Regular physical work reduces risk of fracture in older women
The study that highlighted the results from comprehensive evaluation of physical activity and fracture incidence in postmenopausal women has been published in JAMA Network Open.
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"We searched across thousands of traits to identify those that may be affected by how heavily someone smokes. As well as identifying several known adverse effects such as on lung health, we also identified an adverse effect of heavier smoking on facial aging," said study author Louise Millard from the University of Bristol in the UK.HealthAir pollution: What happens to infants with mothers breathing impure air?
It is no hidden secret that pollution is a reason behind several health diseases; and a new study has revealed its adverse effects on the infants born to mothers exposed to polluted air.Low salt foodLow salt diet keeps dementia away, finds new study
Published last year in 'Nature Neuroscience', the study showed negative results on the mind of mice who was feeded high salt intake. The rodents became unable to complete daily living tasks such as building their nests and had problems passing memory tests.Question AnsweredPrime Minister Narendra Modi reveals about his morning walk device from viral video
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's morning walk video from a Chennai beach was an instant hit for his cleanliness action. On Sunday, he answered one of the curious question over an object he was carrying in the video.Acne IssuesAcne comes with sweet and cakes, finds new study
Facing acne problems more often? Check out your eating habit on junk food. A new study has found that people who eat more sugary products and cakes are likely to face acnes. A poor dietary habit can increase your stress and influence the skincare problems.Menopause SyndromeMenopause making you less interested in sex? Think again
Have you reached to a stage of menopause and are losing hopes of wild fantasies? Well, if the answer is yes, then it is time for you to re-think. Yes, it is true that menopause do bring some unwanted changes in the body and issues related to sex, but before you accept it here are some lifestyle changes that can keep you rocking in the bed for a longer time.Healthy Hair TipsThis is how to grow thick, long hair in no time
Long hair is one thing that never goes out of fashion and many struggle to keep them maintained as growing them is a time taking process. So, if you also desire to grow long hair and do not want to bear the pain of long wait then here are some tricks which would be of your interest.Stay near seaBetter mental health comes near sea: Study
Staying near sea can give you a better mental health, claimed a study. The research, published in the journal Health & Place, has found that people living near to England’s coastline had better mental health than the ones from lower rungs in the income hierarchy.HealthMethemoglobinemia: A rare disorder that turned a woman's blood blue
A 25-year-old woman complained of symptoms like fatigue, shortness of breath, weakness and skin discoloration; when she got herself tested, the results were even shocking for the doctors who said her blood was actually turning blue.Health33 week pregnant Amy Jackson shares stunning pic with baby bump
Amy Jackson is expecting her first son with fiance George Panayiotou, the 33-week-pregnant actress had been sharing pictures with fans to share different facets of her life as a to-be-mom on her Instagram profile.HealthDiabetes: Mango leaves help in reducing blood sugar
Diabetes has become one of the most common disease affecting millions of people across the globe. While it is difficult to overcome it completely and the only solution remains is to avoid the food that directly impacts blood sugar.HealthPregnancy liver disorder treatment ineffective: Study
A study has found that treatment for liver disorder during pregnancy that can result in preterm birth and stillbirth is not effective and it must be reconsidered.HealthPhotos: Pregnant Amy Jackson reveals fitness secret
Actress Amy Jackson, who is pregnant, revealed her fitness secret with stunning pictures showcasing her baby bump.HealthHrithik Roshan booked for cheating via Cult.Fit
One of the fit actors in Bollywood Hrithik Roshan has been booked for allegedly cheating with an endorsement of a gym brand.Health'Too Sweet': Products available in market have more sugar, less salt
The commercially available food products in the market are 'too sweet' for the human consumption, said researchers who analysed food product reviews of over 400,000 Amazon customers.HealthNutrition care plan at home keeps malnutrition patient out of the hospital: Study
Researchers have found that a good nutrition care plan at home can keep patients with risk of malnutrition out of the hospital.HealthDrinking Coffee may help you reduce obesity: Study
A new study has revealed that drinking coffee daily may help you reduce obesity and diabetes as it stimulates body's fat-fighting defences.Health7 important preventive tests that you must undergo
When people think about preventive health checkups, they often feel skeptical about taking them. They think that they do not need to undergo these tests unless prescribed by a doctor or that the health checkups are conducted only to diagnose lethal conditions such as cancer, stroke, heart-related ailments etc. All of which is not true. Preventive health checkups are basically conducted to help people stay informed about their present health status and be able to detect an underlying condition even before it becomes symptomatic.