Are you exercising enough? Lack of physical activity may up early death risk in adults
Physical activity is known to reduce deaths from heart disease and diabetes.
Why India should seriously pay attention to its children's pre-diabetes
A new national survey shows 10% of children are at risk of developing...
Keep weight in check before you hit 40: Obesity can up risk of developing multiple cancers
Overweight people had 70% higher chance of develop...
Avocado does more good than you know, fruit may lower bad cholesterol levels
The fruit is rich in healthy fats.
Time to hit the gym: Excess belly fat may up risk of repeated heart attacks
Increasing abdominal obesity was independently associated with heart attacks, and strokes.
Spending hours on an iPad? It could be the reason why you're addicted to coffee
Teens spending more time using gadgets are more likely to binge on sugary drinks.
Intermittent fasting while commuting
An eating-drinking ban on public transport can be sold as a new weight-loss measure.
Malnutrition behind 69 per cent deaths among children below 5 years in India: UNICEF report
Urban India is moving into an unhealthy food snacking environment and food consumption patterns in India reveal that child diets are largely starved of proteins and micronutrients and are influenced by household (adult) food choices.
Obesity is deadlier than smoking; it can lead to cancer
Small changes like swapping junk food for healthier options, and being physically active can help you stay fit.
Nutrition survey finds rising diabetes risk in children
One percent of school-age children and adolescents were diabetic and three percent of school-age children and four per cent of adolescents had high total cholesterol.
Insurance companies can no longer exclude many illnesses
The insurance regulator on Monday said age-related ailments such as cataract surgery, knee-cap replacements, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s would also have to be covered.
Not getting sufficient sleep? It can impact metabolism
Long-term sleep restriction puts people at a higher risk of obesity and diabetes.
How tall are you? Experts say shorter women at 33% higher risk of type-2 diabetes
The association of height with diabetes risk appeared to be stronger among normal-weight individuals.
Don't get time to exercise? Spending more time standing may help combat effects of sedentary lifestyle
Small lifestyle changes, such as standing more, can reduce risk of obesity, Type 2 diabetes.
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