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 stand...
Have you inherited obesity genes? Jogging daily best exercise to stay fit
Other activities like mountain climbing, walking, power walking, ce...
Malaria could do more harm than you think, may up heart failure risk by 30%
Malaria can also affect vascular pathways that cause inflammation in the heart.
Being obese can increase risk of high BP in toddlers at the age of 6
This may up risk of heart attack and stroke in the future.
Raise a glass to good health: Red wine may help balance gut microbes, lower cholesterol
Moderate red wine consumption is also associated with lower levels of obesity.
Mums-to-be, bring cheese & eggs on the plate: Healthy fats may cut your baby's risk of Alzheimer's
High-fat diet may improve memory and learning ability.
Popular myth debunked: Playing with smartphones may not harm your child's mental health
Increased digital technology is not related to worsening mental health.
Eateries will have to display hygiene ratings on doors
The food regulator is set to make such ratings mandatory for all restaurants along with presence of a food supervisor to monitor compliance of food regulation and ensure safety of food served.
Popping antibiotics too often? Watch out for colon cancer risk
Obesity, smoking, alcohol use, and diabetes are also potential risk factors.
India to contribute USD 2,00,000 for WHO SEARO health emergency fund: Harsh Vardhan
At the event, health ministers of WHO's South-East Asia Region also signed the Delhi Declaration on Emergency Preparedness.
For your well-being: Having more walnuts improves gut and heart health
A study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, said walnuts may be a heart and gut-healthy snack.
Is your income too low? Experts reveal how it could result in obesity
Higher distress is associated with higher emotional eating.
What's for dinner? Eating more rice may protect against obesity
Rice is low in fat and has a relatively low postprandial blood glucose level which suppresses insulin secretion.
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