Thursday, August 6, 2020

‘Golden’ potato may boost Vitamins A, E

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New York-- Researchers have developed an experimental "golden" potato with potential to boost levels of essential vitamins to prevent disease among population in developing...

Habitual tea drinking can lower risk of fracture

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Beijing-- Habitual tea drinking can lead to higher bone density, particularly for women, and lower the risk of bone fractures, according to a prospective...

COVID-19: India cricketers spread awareness to battle tough times

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New Delhi-- The cricketing world has come to a standstill due to the coronavirus outbreak which means that the members of the Indian cricket...

Caffeine may offset health risks of diets high in fat, sugar

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New York-- Caffeine may offset some of the negative effects of an obesogenic diet by reducing the storage of lipids in fat cells and...

The person walking past you isn’t wearing a mask. What should you say?

By Roberto Molar Candanosa News at Northeastern You know the feeling. You can’t possibly know why people aren’t wearing masks. They might have a health condition...

Stress hormone linked to higher blood sugar in diabetics

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New York-- Researchers have showcased a clear link between the stress hormone cortisol and higher blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes. Previous...

With 50 Speakers and More than 35 Exhibitors, Mega Health & Wellness Expo for...

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BURLINGTON, MA—With approximately 50 speakers and more than 35 exhibitors, the day-long Mega Health & Wellness Expo is set for April 19 at Burlington...

Diabetes and cardiovascular diseases: It’s time to act

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By Dr C.M. Batra According to International Diabetes Federation's ‘Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease report, in 2015, approximately five million were estimated to have died from...

Poor sleep quality may increase risk for heart disease

New York-- Sleeping poorly on a regular basis may lead to the fatty arterial plaque buildup known as atherosclerosis that can result in fatal...

Vaping may up oral infections and inflammation risk

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New York-- Using e-cigarettes alters the mouth's microbiome -- the community of bacteria and other microorganisms -- and makes users more prone to inflammation...
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