New Study: Even Mild COVID-19 Can Have Long-Term Detrimental Effects on Heart Health - SciTechDaily

A groundbreaking study conducted a comparison of arterial stiffness between participants before and after contracting COVID-19. New research indicates that even mild instances of COVID-19 can lead to lasting harm to cardiovascular health. The study is the fir…

Published At: 2023-05-30T03:16:31Z

Six ways to improve your posture — and your health - The Times

Diabetes, high blood pressure, back pain — the way you sit contributes to many medical problems. The experts explain how to do it properly

Published At: 2023-05-29T23:01:00Z

Peta Bee

Another respiratory virus spiked in spring as COVID and RSV rates fell - Insider

Symptoms of human metapneumovirus, or HMPV, include cough, fever, nasal congestion, and shortness of breath.

Published At: 2023-05-29T22:38:00Z

Rebecca Cohen

The Iron-Rich Foods You Should Be Eating To Burn Fat Faster, Doctors Say - SheFinds

Discover the iron-rich foods you should be eating to burn fat faster, only on SheFinds!

Published At: 2023-05-29T22:30:28Z

georgia dodd

Memory Boosting Power of Flavanols in Aging Adults - Neuroscience News

Published At: 2023-05-29T21:37:42Z

Neuroscience News

Why you should exercise in the morning to lose weight… and in the afternoon if you have diabetes - Daily Mail

Scientists are increasingly finding that the circadian rhythm - i.e. our internal body clock - within each of our tissues plays an important role in how efficiently they perform at different times of the day.

Published At: 2023-05-29T20:58:21Z

David Cox

Pandemic babies' developmental milestones: Not as bad as we feared, but not as good as before - The Conversation

Research findings are mostly reassuring for parents — despite the disruptions to nearly every aspect of life during the COVID-19 pandemic, most children continue to show healthy development.

Published At: 2023-05-29T19:50:46Z

Catherine Lebel, Gerald Giesbrecht, Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen

DR MEGAN ROSSI: Steam, boil, bake, fry (or even barbecue): Which is the healthiest? - Daily Mail

DR MEGAN ROSSI: If you want to get the maximum goodness from your diet, you need to vary your cooking style - don't stick to the same old routine.

Published At: 2023-05-29T19:24:30Z

Dr Megan Rossi

The 9 Best High-Fiber Snacks for People with Diabetes, According to Dietitians - EatingWell

Snacks can help manage your blood sugar, especially if they're high in fiber. Read on to unwrap 9 best high-fiber snacks for people with diabetes.

Published At: 2023-05-29T18:16:19Z

Improve Your Health: Experts Recommend a Six-Teaspoon Limit of “Free” Sugars - SciTechDaily

An evidence review reveals detrimental associations between the consumption of excessive amounts of sugar and 45 various outcomes, including but not limited to diabetes, depression, obesity, and heart disease. Based on a comprehensive evidence review recently…

Published At: 2023-05-29T17:33:09Z

Diversity of the gut microbiota is associated with the severity of depression - PsyPost

A new study indicates that microbial diversity in the gut is closely related to the severity of the major depressive disorder. Compared to healthy individuals, the abundance of Bacteroides species was significantly increased in participants with moderate and …

Published At: 2023-05-29T17:15:14Z

Vladimir Hedrih

5 Signs You’re Being ‘Quiet Dumped’ By Your Partner, According To A Psychologist - Forbes

Silent endings can be unsettling. Here’s how you can hush the hushed goodbyes.

Published At: 2023-05-29T17:03:41Z

Mark Travers

What diseases do Americans fear the most? - Deseret News

New study says 1 in 4 Americans are not taking preventive steps to avoid the diseases that scare them

Published At: 2023-05-29T17:00:00Z

Emma Pitts

Last two monkeypox patients in Pakistan recover from virus - The News International

ISLAMABAD: The last two patients of monkeypox in Pakistan have recovered from the virus putting the current number of active cases to zero. Till now there were two positive cases of monkeypox...

Published At: 2023-05-29T16:22:00Z

Web Desk

Alzheimer's can be detected using blood test, 'game-changing' study finds - Daily Mail

A study by the University of Pittsburgh suggests the build-up of amyloid in the brain is not enough to determine who'll develop Alzheimer's. The combination of plaque and blood markers are key.

Published At: 2023-05-29T16:17:31Z


Does Fiber Make You Gassy? - EatingWell

Fiber is an important part of any diet, but too much too fast may cause discomfort. Learn how to eat more fiber without experiencing gas and bloating.

Published At: 2023-05-29T15:38:00Z

Little-known sleep disorder may foreshadow dementia, Parkinson’s - OregonLive

Someone with REM sleep behavior disorder will act out their dreams. For reasons that are poorly understood, the dream content is usually violent.

Published At: 2023-05-29T14:54:00Z

The Conversation

11 Incredible Benefits of Walking 10,000 Steps Every Day (Body and Mind) - BOXROX

Published At: 2023-05-29T13:30:00Z

Harvard-trained psychologist: If you use any of these 9 phrases every day, ‘you're more emotionally secure than most' - CNBC

Emotionally secure people are confident and comfortable in their own skin. But it takes work to get there. Dr. Cortney Warren, a Harvard psychologist and bestselling author, reveals the phrases that the most emotionally stable people say every day.

Published At: 2023-05-29T13:16:55Z

Dr. Cortney Warren

New research: Brain implant can objectively measure chronic pain severity - PsyPost

Using a brain implant that can record neural signals over many months, a research team has discovered objective biomarkers of chronic pain severity in four patients with chronic pain as they went about their daily lives. Their findings provide the first direc…

Published At: 2023-05-29T13:09:39Z

Prasad Shirvalkar