Category Archives: Fitness

Regular Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Over-fifties

Regular Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Over-fifties

Regular physical activity has long been linked to good health and overall well being. It not only makes a person physically strong but also stay mentally fit. Now a new study links moderate exercise to improve brain function in folks

Tired? Walk Up Stairs Instead of Drinking Coffee For an Energy Boost

Drinking a Few Cups of Coffee a Day May Add Years to Your Life

This might come as a surprise for many but walking up stairs instead of drinking coffee or caffeine is a great way to feel more energised at work. That’s the conclusion of a new study out of the University of

White Wine Ups Rosacea Risk in Women

White Wine Ups Rosacea Risk in Women

This might come as a surprise for many alcohol lovers, especially female drinker, but a new study has found that white wine consumption can increase rosacea risk in women. Those who didn’t know, rosacea is an incurable, inflammatory skin condition

Gym Rats, Beware! Rigorous Workout May Lower Your Libido

Regular Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Over-fifties

Are you a gym addict? Don’t be! Doing intense workouts in the gym may kill your sex drive, warns a new study. This might come as a surprise for many gymrats, but researchers at the University of North Carolina in

Eco Slim Slimming Drops: All You Want To Know!

Eco Slim Slimming Drops: All You Want To Know!

Weight loss is one of the hottest topics nowadays. At any given time, everyone seems to be trying to shed some kilos. But losing weight isn’t easy and could be a daunting challenge for some. Thankfully, there are many different

Increased Muscles Strength Can Improve Brain Function

Regular Exercise Boosts Brain Function in Over-fifties

Supporting the wisdom truth that a healthy mind lives in a healthy body, a new study has suggested that increased strength muscle could lead to stronger brain. The study conducted by a team of researchers from University of Sydney, Australia,

Bigger Waistline May Up Liver Cancer Risk

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Fresh evidence came to light revealing that having a bigger waistline, high body-mass index (BMI) or type 2 diabetes could increase an individual’s risk of developing liver cancer. A new study by American researchers has found that individuals with high

Arthritis? Don’t Take It Lightly!

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Arthritis-related ailments should never be taken lightly as sometimes they may lead to more serious problems such as pulmonary infection or heart attack, advises a top AIIMS doctor. Dr. Uma Kumar, Head of Department of Rheumatology at All India Institute

Exercising When You Are Angry May Trigger A Heart Attack

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Exercise is believed to be a great stress reliever. But if you work out when you are angry can have detrimental impact on your heart health, triggering a heart attack! That’s the conclusion of a large international study. The study

Consuming Excess Water May Cause Water Poisoning

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This may come as a shocking surprise for many but drinking too much water could be harmful for us, cautions a new study. Everyone has heard the advice, “Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day” to be physically and