A recent study headed by York University researchers discovered a relationship between shift work and frailty among middle-aged and older employees in Canada, particularly among women on rotating hours.
The study, conducted at MU's Roy Blunt NextGen Precision Health Building, identified the western diet-induced microbial and metabolic contributors to liver disease, advancing our understanding of the gut-liver axis and, as a result, the development of dietary and microbial interventions for this global health threat.
Getting enough sleep is essential for maintaining optimal health and well-being. According to research published in the European Heart Journal - Open, an ESC journal, sleeping less than five hours each night is linked to a 74 per cent increased risk of developing peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
There is a mountain of evidence indicating stress is a primary cause of common and fatal diseases such as heart attacks, diabetes, asthma, cancer, osteoporosis, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, memory loss, and premature ageing.
According to a new study published in the CABI journal Human-Animal Relations, your lovely pet dog or cat may cause you to have more restless nights than others who are graced with long periods of peaceful sleep.
Renowned Hollywood stylist Law Roach has announced his retirement citing "politics, the lies and false narratives" in the fashion and entertainment world as the reason behind his decision. However, he did come in full support of Zendaya and said that he will always have "love" for her.
The quality of life and the intensity of movement-related symptoms can both be enhanced by physical activity in Parkinson's disease patients. According to the initial Cochrane evaluation of the available research, any form of organised exercise is preferable than none.
The Wari empire spread over Peru's highlands and coastal areas from 600-1050 CE. "People sometimes think of the Inka as the first big empire in South America, but the Wari came first," says Luis Muro Ynonan, the study's corresponding author and a research associate and former postdoctoral scientist at the Field Museum in Chicago.
The 'meal-recall effect', or remembering a recent meal, might restrict how much food a person consumes later. Researchers from the University of Cambridge investigated the effect on meal-recall of believing that a recent meal was twice as big and gratifying as reality or recalling a recent meal in detail (e.g., what it felt like to chew and swallow the food).
There is a great demand for wheat varieties or cultivars that can resist the Wheat Yellow Mosaic Virus (WYMV), which periodically decimates wheat fields throughout the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Africa.
Circular Design Challenge (CDC) celebrated its fifth year since its inception at Lakme Fashion Week in partnership with FDCI. To celebrate this milestone, CDC hosted a special showcase by three of its alumni - labels Chamar, Doodlage-Made from Waste and Iro Iro on Thursday.
According to new research, a natural byproduct of olive oil production may have antioxidant properties and may help with exercise. The research, led by nutritionists at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and published in the journal Nutrients, is the first to look into the benefits of natural olive fruit water for physically active people.
Gone are those days when Holi and white outfits were synonymous. Nowadays, women try outfits of different colours and shades on Holi. From Dungarees to tie-and-dye, you can choose your comfort cloth for this Holi. Need some inspiration? Then check out our Bollywood divas who had set some fashion goals with white dresses.
India is celebrated for its cultural diversity. Different regions, traditions and rituals enrich India's cultural heritage. The festival of colours is no exception. You will be amazed to know that the celebration of colours comes with unconventional rituals, which are steeped in the regional ethos of the nation. As India is celebrating 'Holi' today, let's revisit the unique traditions that have become part and parcel of this festival.
Holi, the festival of colours, is enthusiastically celebrated with great fervour throughout India, which is a land rich in cultural diversity and traditions. This festive occasion brings together people from different walks of life to joyfully immerse themselves in vibrant colours and cheer.