Feb 012014
 
Eat A Hearty Breakfast To Lower Risk Of Adult Metabolic Syndrome


  Teens who skipped breakfast were more likely to develop metabolic syndrome later in life, compared with adolescents who had more substantial breakfasts. Missing morning meals raises the risk of diabetes & obesity later on in life. What is Metabolic Syndrome? Metabolic syndrome is a combination of risk factors that increases the risk for heart [...] Read more…

Dec 202013
 
Israeli ‘Wrapping Paper’ Heals Broken Bones: REGENECURE Membrane Implants Accelerate Healing Process

The REGENECURE product consists of a thin, flexible material known as a membrane implant that can be shaped easily into any form to provide total containment of the damaged bone. Membranes being semi-selective materials, allow the passage of certain materials while keeping out others. The REGENECURE membrane when wrapped around a broken bone, allows fluids [...] Read more…

Dec 202013
 
Lung Cancer Breathalyzer Detects Early Signs Of Cancer

The lung cancer breathalyzer can detect pulmonary tumour growth before it becomes too late. Lung cancer is usually not diagnosed until serious symptoms develop. Diagnosing lung cancer may soon become as easy as detecting bad breath. The University of Huddersfield-led research team have recently launched a 3-year project aimed at creating a lung cancer breathalyzer [...] Read more…

Dec 192013
 
Do Antibacterial Soaps Really Work? FDA Seeks Proof

While antibacterial soaps and body wash products are generally regarded as effective tools in preventing infections, currently there’s no proof that they are more effective in stopping the spread of germs than washing hands with regular soap and water, says the FDA. Antibacterial soaps and body washes are widely used in homes, workplaces, schools, and [...] Read more…

Dec 182013
 
Sipping A Glass Of Wine Daily Improves Immunity

Sipping a glass of wine daily boosts immunity and improves the effectiveness of vaccines. Moderate alcohol consumption helps strengthen one’s immune system and improves the ability of the body to resist infections. Sipping a glass of wine everyday with dinner improves heath, particularly cardiovascular function and bolsters the immune system. The chemical revesterol in red [...] Read more…

Dec 172013
 
Non-Invasive Down Syndrome Test Enhances Detection Rates

The latest non-invasive Down syndrome test in unborn babies would greatly enhance detection rates if it’s available to all pregnant women. Children with Down syndrome tend to have an extra copy of chromosome 21. Down syndrome children suffer from physical abnormalities and intellectual impairment. There is no cure for this chromosomal disorder. Scientists at Curtin [...] Read more…

Dec 172013
 
Eating Junk Food Causes Irreversible Memory Loss In A Week

Eating junk food not just makes you fat but also impairs memory. Scientists have found a link between poor diet and a rapid cognitive decline. Eating a diet saturated with sugar and fat can lead to memory loss in a week – and you may be unable to regain it if you start having a [...] Read more…

Dec 132013
 
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Pregnant women who eat red meat or processed meat are at a greater risk of getting gestational diabetes. There is increasing evidence that shows red meat consumption during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of gestational diabetes. Despite red meat being delicious, several studies have linked red meat to a number of health issues [...] Read more…

Dec 122013
 
RUNSAFER Smart Shoes Avert Jogging-Related Injuries

RUNSAFER smart shoes feature embedded electronics providing biomechanical feedback in real time to lessen injury risk and increase motivation. Running has emerged as a popular sport in recent times.  Running yields numerous health benefits; however, it also carries the risk of a wide range of injuries. Run Better With RUNSAFER Shoes: German researchers have designed [...] Read more…

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