Hormonal contraception may increase the risk of cancer

A recent UK study found that the use of all hormonal contraceptives is marginally related with an increased risk of breast cancer. A recent study found that the use of all hormonal contraceptives is lightly increased risk of breast cancer. Regardless of the method of delivery, the team discovered a relative increase in breast cancer […]

Menstrual cycle variation could indicate other health issues

Although most menstrual cycle anomalies aren’t dangerous, they can occasionally suggest health issues. Menstrual cycle tracking can assist women in determining what is normal, the time of ovulation, and identifying significant deviations such as a missed period or irregular menstrual bleeding. The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has collaborated with Apple and the […]

Skipping breakfast can weaken the immune system

According to a Mount Sinai study, fasting in mouse models can have a detrimental impact on the body’s ability to fight illness. A recent study from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai suggests that fasting may be harmful for fighting off illness and may raise the risk of heart disease. The study, which […]

21 genes associated with Alzheimer’s connected to obesity

The entire body and its health are affected by obesity. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more than 55 million individuals worldwide suffer from dementia. Obesity has been identified as a modifiable risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease, a form of dementia thought to impact 32 million people worldwide. Also, 21 of the 74 known […]

Type 2 diabetics can get remission by lifestyle change and weight loss

It is possible to reverse diabetes by bringing increased glucose levels back into the normal range. When the HbA1c (average blood sugar levels over the previous three months) falls to 6.5% without the use of medication, diabetes is deemed to have been reversed. Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (Type 2 diabetes) is reversible. However, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus […]

The best time to exercise for a longer life is in the afternoon

According to a recent study, exercising during your lunch break can reduce your risk of dying too soon more than working out in the morning or at night. According to a recent study, the afternoon is the ideal time to exercise because it increases lifespan.The researchers emphasised that this period also happens to be the […]

Mediterranean diet lowers APO in women

The investigation was carried out to note the relationship between a Mediterranean food pattern and an unfavorable pregnancy. In a recent study published in JAMA Network Open (APOs), researchers reported that a Mediterranean diet could lower the probability of developing Acute pulmonary oedema/APO in women. The current multicenter cohort research was conducted between 2010, and […]

Children exposed to toxic air more prone to develop cardiac conditions and HBP

The analysis, published recently in Current Problems in Cardiology by King’s College London researchers, found that kids are at increased risk of cardiac disease and HBP due to long-term exposure to toxic air. Childhood and adolescent hypertension is a risk factor for adult hypertension and heart disease. When blood pressure grows excessively high, it is […]

Changes in BMI and obesity may be determinants of dementia risk

The Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine at Boston University, the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, and Peking Union Medical College have demonstrated that different patterns of changes in BMI may be a determinant of dementia risk throughout a person’s life. Dementia is a major global public health hazard. Presently it affects 50 million people […]

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