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Vitamin D does not reduce risk of depression in adults, confirms new study
Boston [US], August 5 (ANI): Vitamin D supplements do not show any "significant benefit" in the protection against depression in middle-aged or older adults, according to the results from one of the largest ever studies of its kind.
Cannabis use shows substantial risks, no benefits for cardiovascular health
Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 5 (ANI): The chemicals in cannabis have been linked to an increased risk of heart attacks, heart failure and atrial fibrillation in observational studies; however, a full understanding of how the use of cannabis affects the heart and blood vessels is limited by a lack of adequate research, according to a new Scientific Statement.
Here's how blueberry-enriched diet may help women's muscle growth, repair

California [US], Aug 5 (ANI): A new research study investigated how serum from subjects consuming a diet enriched with blueberries would affect the cells responsible for muscle growth and repair.

Here's what influences adolescents to share marijuana-related content on social media

Washington D.C. [USA], August 5 (ANI): Adolescents might be sharing marijuana-related content on social media in an effort to fit in with their peers, according to a new study.

Study finds sleep may protect us from forgetting old memories
California [US], Aug 4 (ANI): While getting proper sleep has been proven to play a critical role in our health, in a new study, researchers report that sleep may also help people to learn continuously through their lifetime.
Study suggests eating well in sustainable way more important during pandemic
Adelaide [Australia], August 4 (ANI): Experts from Flinders University, Australia say that in the midst of a global pandemic, eating well in a sustainable way is more important now than ever.
Study links good social networks to academic success
Moscow [Russia], August 4 (ANI): Sharing a good bond with those who get good grades can have a positive impact on a student's academic performance. According to the new study, social network have been found to influence academic performances strongly.
Maska Bandhan: Amul celebrates sibling bond with new doodle
New Delhi [India], August 3 (ANI): Dairy brand Amul marked the auspicious occasion of Raksha Bandhan on Monday by dedicating its new doodle to the festival of siblings.
Breastfeeding is safe after anaesthesia, say new guidelines
Bristol [UK], Aug 2 (ANI): New guidelines published during the World Breast Feeding Week (1-7 August), suggests that breastfeeding is safe after the mother has had anaesthesia, as soon as she is alert and able to feed.
Study finds exposure to environmental chemicals may disrupt sleep during menopause
Ohio [USA], Aug 2 (ANI): A new study has found the possible reason behind sleepless nights with menopausal women. The study states that for menopausal women who have difficulty sleeping, it might be because of chemicals in the environment.
Study reveals pessimistic outlook on life linked to life expectancy
Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 2 (ANI): A pessimistic attitude towards life may put you at a greater risk of dying earlier, suggests a new study. The new QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute study has found that people who are strongly pessimistic about the future are at greater risk of dying earlier than those who are not.
Study details effects of smoking e-cigarettes on cardiovascular health
Sophia Antipolis [France], Aug 2 (ANI): According to a recent position paper, the use of e-cigarettes doubles the risk of starting to smoke traditional cigarettes in adolescents. The paper also details the effects of devices that look like cigarettes and refillable vaporisers that do not look like cigarettes.
Study suggests social distancing in US varies by income
California [US], August 1 (ANI): According to a new study, wealthier communities went from being the most mobile before the COVID-19 pandemic to the least mobile, while poorer areas have gone from the least-mobile to the most-mobile.
Researchers find teens who pay increased attention to sad faces likely to develop depression
New York, [US], August 1 (ANI): In a new study based on teenagers, researchers found that biased attention among adolescents, teenagers who tend to pay more attention to sad faces triggers more chances to develop depression, but specifically within the context of stress.
Rihanna felt like a 'clown' in her iconic yellow 2015 Met Gala dress Study finds academic achievement is influenced by how pupils 'act out' specific gender roles Study finds association between feeling full, positive body image Hearing-impaired community in Nagaland finds new hope Social distancing varies by income in US: Study Tease your taste buds with flavours of authentic Kashmiri dishes Tease your tongue buds with flavours of authentic Kashmiri dishes Study finds increase in number, severity of suicide-related calls to US Poison Control Study finds wealthier men more likely to develop high blood pressure Study finds how neurons reshape inside body fat to boost its calorie-burning capacity Plant-based diets high in carbs help improve insulin sensitivity in type 1 diabetes: Study New wearable device to monitor heart health developed Study links early menstruation with increased menopause symptoms Larsa Pippen lands lucrative fashion deal with PrettyLittleThing Older adults who can distinctively smell roses, lemons may have lower risk of dementia: Study Researchers find increased blood sugar levels likely to decrease benefits of aerobic exercise Study suggests fasting diet with hormone therapy may help treat breast cancer Study reveals health, well-being and food security of families deteriorating under COVID-19 stress Study finds men 'less supportive' in more egalitarian nations Physical stress on the job linked with brain, memory decline in older age: Study Study reveals racial, LGBT bias persists in ridesharing drivers despite mitigation efforts Older adults who can distinctively smell roses may have lower risk of dementia, study explains Study reveals racial discrimination may adversely impact cognition in African Americans Regular exercise helps prevent high blood pressure, even in areas of high air pollution Painting can help develop children's cognitive, artistic abilities, study explains Study links flavoured cigarette ban to reduced smoking among youths Study links flavoured cigarette ban to reduced smoking among youths Mundane decisions, actions can be 'misremembered' as done, study explains Considering meditation and yoga as adjunctive treatment for COVID-19: Study Housing conditions affect cardiovascular health risks
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