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Magnesium in Diet Associated With Reduced Risk of Heart Disease, Stroke and Diabetes
Med India

Omega-3 fatty acids linked to lower risk of heart disease

(Reuters Health) - Omega-3 fatty acids in fish and dietary supplements are associated with lower odds of heart disease even in people already at elevated risk because of excessive levels of fats or bad cholesterol in their blood, a research review suggests. Reuters, 1 month ago

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New Food Magazine, 1 month ago
MedIndia, 2 months ago
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Non-communicable diseases posing major threat

  Dr Santosh Jain Passi, Akanksha Jain  Our country is afflicted with the dual burden of disease Рnon-communicable diseases (NCDs) posing a major public health challenge. On one end are the nutritional deficiencies/infectious diseases associated with ...
 State Times1 day ago

Soft drinks, pizzas may put your child at liver disease risk

Parents, take note! Kids who regularly consume foods with high fructose such as pizzas, sodas, sweetened beverages and biscuits may be at the risk of liver disease, a new study has warned. Dietary fructose intake may increase serum uric acid concentrations, ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Eat barley, brown rice to shed those extra pounds

Want to shed those extra pounds early?Switch your diet to barley, brown rice, buckwheat and Oatmeal for refined grains, as it is equivalent to a 30 minute of brisk walk, suggests a new study.The results, published in the American Journal of Clinical ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Heavy lifting, shift work may harm women's fertility: study

A physically demanding job or work schedules outside normal office hours may lower a woman's ability to conceive, a new study has warned. In the study, heavy lifting at work and rotating shift patterns were associated with poorer egg quality. Researchers ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Pasta eaters may have better diet quality: study

Pasta lovers, rejoice! Eating the traditional Italian cuisine may improve your overall diet quality as compared to those who do not consume pasta, a new study has claimed. The study which analysed the diets of people who eat pasta found that they consume ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Eating fruits, veggies, fish may reduce bone loss in women

Ladies, take note! Regular intake of anti-inflammatory diets - high in vegetables, fruits, fish and whole grains - may boost your bone health and prevent fractures, a first-of-its-kind study has claimed. Researchers at Ohio State University in the US compared levels of inflammatory elements in the diet to bone mineral density and fractures and found new associations between food and bone health. Women with the least-inflammatory diets lost less bone density during the six-year follow-up period ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Ladies out there! Eat fruits, veggies for healthy bones in your golden years  Business Standard1 month ago

Men eating red meat 6 times a week ups chances of bowel disease

Men beware! Six servings a week of red meat, particularly the unprocessed variety, is said to heightened risk of developing common inflammatory bowel condition in men, warns a new study.The findings, published online in journal Gut, indicated that the highest ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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30 Under 30: The world is watching these Indian super achievers

The Forbes 30 Under 30 list is even harder to get into than Stanford or Harvard University, says Monali Sarkar.Meet the desis who made the cut this year. IMAGE: Teju Ravilochan, centre. Photograph: Kind courtesy Unreasonable Institute/Facebook.com 'Falling in love with a problem, learning all about it, experimenting aggressively, being a learner' -- that's Teju Ravilochan's key to success. Ravilochan, 29, who founded the Unreasonable Institute, is the only Indian origin super achiever who made ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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