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Category Archives: Health

11 Super foods to help you give up those sugar cravings

Eating healthier can be difficult when you’ve got sugar cravings you just can’t ignore. Fortunately, there a number of foods that can make the process that much easier.Pack the sweets away and replace them with any or all of these delicious snacks, ingredients, and meals to make your house a home of health.

7 Super Foods that will help increase immunity in this monsoon season

It’s that time of the year again when everyone is raving about how amazing the weather is…but, with a tissue in hand. It’s the season of the common cold and flu aka monsoon!And don’t get us wrong. We love it, but we also know how sick people can get this time of year. If you’re facing that problem, here are foods to help boost your immunity this season.

Video game addiction officially classified as a mental health issue by WHO

Coffee is the best concoction to enhance teamwork: Study

A new study suggests that a little coffee could help to boost teamwork. Coffee is known to keep us more alert and focused, so many of us use it to boost our energy levels and productivity. However, it turns out that this popular stimulant may help to sustain not only individual effort but also constructive interaction within a team.

Walking ability before heart surgery tied to brain function afterward

TOKYO: (DNA) – Older adults who are faster on their feet may be less likely to suffer cognitive problems after heart surgery than patients who have difficulty walking, a Japanese study suggests.All 181 patients in the study were undergoing non-emergency heart surgery at Nagoya University Hospital. Before surgery, researchers measured how far each participant could walk in six minutes and did assessments of memory, concentration and attention.

Portable music players tied to hearing loss in kids

AMSTERDAM: (DNA) –  Children who listen to music through headphones may be at greater risk of noise-related hearing loss, a Dutch study suggests.Researchers examined hearing test results for 3,316 children ages 9 to 11. They also asked parents about hearing complaints from their children, how often kids used portable music players and how high they typically set the volume.

Stress disorders tied to increased risk of autoimmune diseases

STOCKHOLM: (DNA) – People who suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other stress-related psychiatric issues may be more likely to develop autoimmune diseases than individuals who don’t, a Swedish study suggests.Researchers studied 106,464 people diagnosed with stress disorders. 126,652 of their siblings without stress disorders, and more than 1 million other individuals in the Swedish population who didn’t have stress disorders.