Washington [US], September 23 (ANI): According to a new study, eating daily calories within a consistent window of 8-10 hours is a powerful strategy to prevent and manage chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.
Tokyo [Japan], September 23 (ANI): Scientists have successfully endeavoured in connecting the dots between psychological stress and depression with the elucidation of a vicarious social defeat stress mouse model.
Washington [US], September 22 (ANI): A new study has found that older adults may benefit from a specific diet called the MIND diet, even when they develop protein deposits known as amyloid plaques and tangles.
Washington [US], September 22 (ANI): Aging takes a toll on the body and on the mind. For example, the tissue of ageing human brains sometimes develops abnormal clumps of proteins that are the hallmark of Alzheimer's disease. How can you protect your brain from these effects?
Tokyo [Japan], September 22 (ANI): Researchers at the RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research (CPR) in Japan report that Kleefstra syndrome, a genetic disorder that leads to intellectual disability, can be reversed after birth in a mouse model of the disease.
Washington [US], September 21 (ANI): Statistically overweight children who follow a healthy eating pattern significantly improve their weight and reduce a variety of cardiovascular disease risks, suggests the findings of a Cleveland Clinic-led research team.
North Carolina [US], September 21 (ANI): The COVID-19 pandemic has created a cyclical public health problem by both exacerbating mental health challenges and making it more difficult for people to maintain physical activity, suggests a recent multi-state study.
Ohio [US], September 21 (ANI): The findings of a new study suggest that people who miss the recommended seven or more hours of sleep per night might make poorer snacking choices than those who adhere to shut-eye guidelines.
Washington [US], September 20 (ANI): The findings of a new study suggest that people who have received organ transplants face an elevated risk of developing cancer, primarily due to immunosuppression from medications to prevent organ rejection, as well as underlying medical conditions.
Washington [US], September 20 (ANI): Weight-loss medications and surgical procedures show promise for reducing the long-term effects of high blood pressure (also called hypertension) in people who are overweight or have obesity.
Washington [US], September 20 (ANI): A new study has revealed that infants coming from homes with domestic violence often go on to have poor academic outcomes in school due to neurodevelopmental lags and a higher risk for a variety of health issues, including gastrointestinal distress, trouble eating and sleeping, as well as stress and illness.
Washington [US], September 19 (ANI): Reevaluating how one perceives stress can make a big difference to a person's mental health, general wellbeing, and success, according to University of Rochester psychologists.
Washington [US], September 19 (ANI): A study of more than 400 adults with normal blood pressure has shown that those who had elevated stress hormones detected in their urine were more likely to develop high blood pressure over the next 6-7 years.
Washington [US], September 19 (ANI): For the first time, researchers at Children's National Hospital have identified the association between early lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) and the development of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children.
Washington [US], September 18 (ANI): A new study has claimed that much of the blame for the current obesity epidemic lies on modern dietary patterns characterised by excessive consumption of foods with a high glycemic load: in particular, processed, rapidly digestible carbohydrates.
Washington [US], September 18 (ANI): Patients with metastatic hormone receptor-positive breast cancer who have low activity levels of the enzyme sTK1 in their blood serum at the start of anti-estrogen treatment live longer and go longer without their disease progressing than patients with high levels, according to a recent study by SWOG (the Southwest Oncology Group) Cancer Research Network.
Washington [US], September 18 (ANI): Maternal diabetes, even when controlled with insulin and blood sugar levels are kept mostly in check, can cause permanent damage to the fetus and birth defects, according to a recent study.