Monday, September 27, 2021

Well-being

Study finds COVID-19 can cause atypical thyroid inflammation

The study was presented virtually at ENDO 2021, the Endocrine Society's annual meeting.

Obesity raises type 2 diabetes risk in women with PCOS, says study

"Helping women sleep better during menopause may therefore reduce the chances a woman will gain weight, which in turn will lower her risk of diabetes and other related diseases."

Guava roots can help fight diabetes: Research

Diabetes Mellitus has emerged as an epidemic that has affected millions of people worldwide, including India in the last few decades.

Eating almonds daily may help reduce facial wrinkles, pigmentation in some women

The new study involved 49 healthy postmenopausal women with Fitzpatrick skin type 1 or 2, which is characterised by increased tendency to burn with sun exposure.

Elevated heart disease risk faced by cancer survivors: Study

It's important that researchers and health care providers keep their eyes on the growing number of cancer survivors, including younger adults.

‘Wearable fitness trackers, step counters help overweight to shed pounds’

Fitness trackers and step counters seem to motivate users to meet their physical activity goals.

‘Exercise during pregnancy may save kids from health problems as adults’

Scientists have known that exercise during pregnancy helps lead to healthy babies, reducing the risk of pregnancy complications and premature delivery.

Injuries to head at young age might later worsen cognitive decline

The researchers found that 70-year-olds who had experienced a serious head injury more than 15 years earlier performed slightly worse than expected on cognitive test.

Explained: PCOS and its effects on skin and hair

The journey, the struggles and the treatment approach to each patient is different.

Lower stress levels lead to lesser consumption of fast food

The research is published in a recent issue of the journal Nutrients.

COVID-19 lockdowns linked to rise in eating disorder symptoms: Study

The findings of the study were published in the journal 'Psychiatry Research'.

Healthy plant-based diet linked with lower stroke risk: Study

The study found no link between diet and hemorrhagic stroke, which happens when an artery in the brain leaks blood or ruptures.

Women reported decreased happiness during COVID-19 pandemic: Study

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally altered how people spend time, with possible consequences for subjective well-being.

Wearing a face mask during exercise safe for healthy people: Study

The team is now studying the impact of wearing a face mask while carrying out daily activities, such as climbing the stairs or doing housework.

Study shows that mortality is associated with vision impairment

Globally, the leading causes of vision loss and blindness are both avoidable: cataract and the unmet need for glasses.
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