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Safety Tips for Healthy Swimming This Summer

Jun-30-2017 | 0 Comments

Safety Tips for Healthy Swimming This Summer A dip in the pool is one of the most pleasant ways to cool off in summer, but splashing around does come with some safety concerns, especially for kids. Pool time, and time spent in hot tubs, water play areas, lakes, and oceans, can spread recreational water illnesses (RWIs), increase the chances of burning, ... Read Full Story »

Minimize Stress Eating With a Good Night's Sleep Say Researchers

Jun-30-2017 | 0 Comments

Minimize Stress Eating With a Good Night's Sleep Say Researchers Feeling stressed at work can lead to us reaching for unhealthy snacks and extra portions, but a new study has found that getting enough sleep could help buffer the negative effect of stress on eating habits. Carried out by a team of researchers from Michigan State University, the University of Illinois, the ... Read Full Story »

Heavier Runners Should Avoid Lightweight Running Shoes

Jun-30-2017 | 0 Comments

Heavier Runners Should Avoid Lightweight Running Shoes New research has found that lightweight running shoes could be causing more harm than good for heavier runners. Although lightweight running shoes have grown in popularity in recent years, including those trying to mimic a "barefoot" running experience, the new study suggests that the amount of pad... Read Full Story »

Having Your Smartphone Nearby is Enough to Cause a 'Brain Drain' When Performing Tasks

Jun-30-2017 | 0 Comments

Having Your Smartphone Nearby is Enough to Cause a 'Brain Drain' When Performing Tasks New US research has found that just having your smartphone nearby reduces cognitive capacity and the ability to complete tasks -- even when it's switched off. Carried out by researchers from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, the study set out to try to measure for the ... Read Full Story »

Alzheimer's Caregivers Can Lower Blood Pressure by Taking Part in Leisure Activities

Jun-30-2017 | 0 Comments

Alzheimer's Caregivers Can Lower Blood Pressure by Taking Part in Leisure Activities US research has found that taking part in leisure activities such as taking a walk, reading, and listening to music, can reduce blood pressure levels of elderly caregivers for those with Alzheimer's disease. Carried out by a team from the University of California San Diego, the study included 126 caregi... Read Full Story »

Vegetable Proteins Could Save Women from Early Menopause: Research

Jun-30-2017 | 0 Comments

Vegetable Proteins Could Save Women from Early Menopause: Research A single daily serving of vegetable protein from foods such as whole grains, soy and tofu may protect women from early menopause and could prolong their reproductive function, researchers say. Early menopause -- the cessation of ovarian function before age 45 -- affects about 10 per cent of women globally and... Read Full Story »

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