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Babies Born To Older Moms May Be Smarter, Healthier: Study

The benefits associated with being born in a later year outweigh the biological risks associated with being born to an older mother, researchers said. (Representational image) BERLIN:  Children born to older mothers may be healthier, taller and obtain more education than kids of younger mothers, a new study …

Eat Walnuts to Keep Age-Related Health Issues at Bay

Daily consumption of walnuts can help in healthy ageing, while also improving the bloodcholesterol levels and maintaining good gut health, finds a new study. The findings showed that intake of walnuts, especially by the elderly, can boost the good fats and other nutrients as well as lower obesity …

Daily Exercise Could Lead to Healthier Bones in Men

High-impact exercise during adolescence and young adulthood is linked to healthier bonesin middle-aged men, reveals a study. According to researchers, individuals who continuously participated in high-impact activities such as jogging and tennis during adolescence and young adulthood had greater hip and lumbar spine bone mineral density than those …

Can Eating Broccoli Slow Down Cancer-Cells Growth?

Some of the previous studies have found that women with a high intake of cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage or kale, have a decreased risk of breast cancer. It was found that a certain element present in cruciferous vegetables can help is slowing down the growth …

Focus on Quality, Not Quantity, of Food to Stay Slim

Have you come across a few people who never seem to worry about weight and yet manage to stay slim? One secret that works behind their seeming effortlessness may actually be a sharp focus on the quality of food that they eat, suggests new research. “These results are …

Regular Milk Intake Along With Exercise Boost Vitamin D in Kids

Sufficient intake of milk with vitamin D supplements and physical activity are significantly important for vitamin D levels in children, according to a new study conducted by the University of Eastern Finland. According to the researchers, a sufficiently high vitamin D level is associated with better bone health …