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Heart disease in the newborn is related to maternal malnutrition

... Taking into consideration that women modify their lifestyles for the babies in many ways than one, taking care to ensure that they are adequately nourished for the well being of the kids is not something very difficult. Are the expectant mothers listening...

More about HIV

...e events, who are physically challenged, and whose lifestyles contribute to daily stress are the ones most prone to immune system breakdown, falling T cell counts, and rapid progression of the disease. In light of these findings, doctors are now treating patients both physically and psychologically. They have ...

Creatine Helps Strengthen Older Men

...hewan studied 33 men aged 60 to 84 who had similar lifestyles and muscle tone. All the men began the same weight training program. Half were given creatine and half were given placebos. Creatine is produced by the body and contributes to muscle growth, but our natural levels decline as we get older. At the en...

Fame brings wealth but not health

... be that winning screenwriters have more unhealthy lifestyles - squandering the benefits that success bestows. And maybe being in the public eye somehow benefits the health of the winning actors and actresses. The study suggests that it's how you use fame and wealth that matters rather than merely possessing it...

Drinking wine as part of a healthy living

...hose who consume wine in moderation have healthier lifestyles overall than abstainers or those who consume other types of alcohol. It is well established that moderate alcohol consumption seems to confer some health benefit,// chiefly in the form of reduced risk of heart disease. A new study shows that it may ...

Vitamin E rich diet guards from Parkinson's

...lth professionals in this study may have healthier lifestyles than the rest of the population and this, in itself, could protect them from Parkinson's disease....

Tea helps protect Heart disease

... who drink tea might be expected to live healthier lifestyles than people who don't drink tea....

Benefits of Vitamin Supplements Unclear

... if the benefits were due to vitamins or healthier lifestyles in those taking the vitamins. Although researchers agreed taking vitamins according to the recommended daily allowance does not cause harm, they found several adverse effects can occur if vitamins are taken in large doses. For example, researchers s...

AIDS vaccine falls short but shows some promise

... had sex with men; 309 were women. All of them had lifestyles that put them at high risk of HIV infection, but none were infected at the start of the trial, researchers said. What researchers see as promising about the study is that it "did show a statistically significant reduction of HIV infection in certain ...

Diabetes cases could double in developing countries in next 30 years

...een 45 and 64 years. “All over the world, peoples lifestyles are changing,” said Dr Le Galès-Camus. “We are less active than our parents and grandparents, and we eat food with higher concentrations of sugars and fats, often with the result that we are putting on weight, and increasing the risk of diabetes. Add...

Exercise Can Decrease Mental Decline

...Thus researchers conclude that exercise and active lifestyles are associated with a reduced risk of cognitive decline in both women and men....

Activity Found To Improve Sleep In The Elderly

...ognitive abilities, can be attributed to sedentary lifestyles and social disengagement among older individuals . Thus researchers say maintenance of social engagement and avoidance of social isolation are important factors in maintaining cognitive vitality in old age....

Friendship can extend lifespan

...riends. Friends or peer groups not only influences lifestyles like smoking, drinking and leisure behaviors, they also act as a support in the late years when elderly people face changes in their lives like illness, disability, or death of a spouse. In these years they also act as support groups for providing co...

Healthy At 50: Possible?

...d these diseases. "People should be living healthy lifestyles from as early in life as possible. It's never too late," NewScientist quoted researcher Mark Pearce of the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne as saying. Both animal research and epidemiological studies have found that poor foetal nutrition and growt...

With More Appearance Conscious Consumers The Need For Slimming Products Is Rapidly Rising

...2003, meeting the needs of the increasingly hectic lifestyles of Belgians and their preference for self-indulgence products. In 2004, obese people represented around 15 per cent of the Belgian population while overweight people accounted for 41 per cent in 2004. These proportions were much higher for women: 1...

Solarium use is associated with an increased risk of skin cancer

...ed with it this year.The study, which analyzed the lifestyles and melanoma risks for women between the ages of 30 and 50,// found what the researchers said was the strongest evidence yet that artificial sun tanning can be dangerous to healthy skin. Melanoma risk is highest among fair-skinned people in Australi...

Infertility rate in UK men increasing at an alarming rate with numbers rising over 2.5 million

...ir responsibility in the equation and change their lifestyles now before it's too late. Simple steps such as giving up smoking and cutting down on alcohol should be encouraged not only for a successful conception but also because it has a detrimental impact on the nation’s population and progress....

Indians Are More Prone To Lifestyle Diseases

...a's largest chain of diagnostic centres. "Today's lifestyles can lead to a number of diseases, which are preven... body," he said. The survey showed that improper lifestyles lead to diabetes and related vascular, cardiac and neurological problems and that regular health che...

Teens not interested in early sleep

...or prolonged waking may prepare children for adult lifestyles and for performing tasks under sleep deficits that are common in adults of modern societies.” ...

Important parameters of life: Longevity and quality: both improved by exercise

...ntary seniors who incorporated exercise into their lifestyles not only improved physical function, but experienced psychological benefits as well. The UI research indicated positive psychosocial and cognitive outcomes -- in effect, significant quality-of-life gains -- among participants who remained physicall...

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