Study suggests digital apps can help chronic pain sufferers
Washington [US], March 5 (ANI): Health apps have become a popular tool to track fitness, weight loss, sleep, and even menstrual cycles, and now another benefit of using digital applications has come to light.
Regular exercise could be an effective strategy to prevent type 2 diabetes: Study
Washington [US], March 5 (ANI): Exercising regularly has many health benefits, but did you know regular physical activity could prove to be an effective strategy to prevent Type 2 diabetes for people residing in relatively polluted regions?
Study links birth weight to type 2 diabetes risk in adulthood
Washington [US], March 4 (ANI): A new study suggested that birth weight of 2.5 kg or more is strongly linked to the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in adulthood.
Study reveals frustration could be an additional factor of addiction
Washington [US], March 4 (ANI): A new study focused has found that frustration could be an additional factor in substance use disorders.
Study suggests layperson can reduce pregnant women's depression as well as mental health professional
Washington [US], March 3 (ANI): As perinatal depression has soared during the pandemic, a piece of good news comes from a new Northwestern Medicine study. The study finds that paraprofessionals generated similar reductions in depressive symptoms as mental health professionals when delivering a group-based cognitive-behavioural therapy intervention.
Aggressive intervention recommended to prevent pediatric diabetes, finds study
Washington [US], March 3 (ANI): Type 2 diabetes, once considered an adult disease, is increasingly causing health complications among American youth. A research review suggests physicians should work to more aggressively prevent pediatric diabetes.
Study reveals high fat diets may over-activate destructive heart disease protein
Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): Consumption of a high-fat diet may be activating a response in the heart that is causing destructive growth and could lead to a greater risk of heart attacks, according to new research.
Greenhouse gas emissions associated with dietary guidelines vary between countries: Study
Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): Greenhouse gas emissions associated with national dietary guidelines advocating a healthy diet vary greatly between countries, with US guidelines having the largest carbon footprint and India having the smallest, according to a study involving seven countries.
Using cannabis to treat migraine could increase risk of rebound headaches: Study
Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): A recent study suggested that people using cannabis for migraine relief can develop rebound headaches, similar to overuse headaches experienced by people who use too much migraine pain medication.
Study reveals blood tests can offer early indicator of severe COVID-19
Washington [US], March 2 (ANI): A recent study has found that a series of biomarkers, or biological signals, associated with white blood cell activation and obesity can predict severe outcomes in COVID-19 patients.
Researchers shed light on why COVID-19 vaccine distribution methods fall short, 3 ways to improve them
New York [US], March 1 (ANI): Several proposals have emerged on how to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine, but they fall short in ensuring that the vaccine is distributed fairly. A team of researchers suggests three ways to more fairly and effectively distribute the vaccine so that people in poor countries get the vaccine as soon as possible.
Here's how exercise may benefit older adults with Alzheimer's dementia
Washington [US], February 28 (ANI): Exercising regularly has many health benefits, but did you know aerobic exercise could also benefit older adults living with Alzheimer's dementia?
Self-monitoring using digital health tools linked to weight loss
Washington [US], February 27 (ANI): Researchers during a recent study found that using digital health tools to self-monitor health is associated with weight loss.
Physical activity in youth with autism can be boosted by picture books
Washington [US], February 27 (ANI): The findings of recent research have suggested that people with developmental disabilities don't exercise as often as their typically developed peers. In an effort to close this disparity, a researcher at the University of Missouri recently created fitness picture books that help youth with autism exercise more frequently.
Movement for ataxia patients can be restored by deep brain stimulation and exercise Depression, anxiety linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease Using digital health tools for self-monitoring linked to weight loss Consuming diet high in poor quality carbohydrates linked to heart attacks, death risk Use of health apps by diabetes patients linked to improved health, lower medical costs Researchers find light activities may help women's mobility during ageing Study reviews rehab programs that could help people with COVID-19 recovery Study reveals certain occupations may be linked with heavy drinking Researchers develop way of using machine learning to aid mental health diagnoses Study prioritises COVID vaccination for those with genetic disorders COVID antibodies are transferred from pregnant women to their babies Study finds bioengineered hybrid muscle fiber for regenerative medicine Late-childhood obesity associated with low-quality maternal diet during pregnancy Biodegradable microcapsules guide neuronal development by delivering nerve growth factor Study reveals factors linked with elevated risk of bone fracture Scientists find gut microbiome implicated in healthy aging, longevity New method of analysing mass data generated from firing neurons: Study Too much of coffee can take a toll on your heart health: Study Aspirin more preferable to prevent blood clots in kids post-surgery Study reveals psychosocial factors may drive peritoneal dialysis patient dropout Study reveals increasing depression, anxiety, loneliness in college students Top medical journal calls for three urgent steps against COVID-19 Local, national restrictions in England reduced contacts in small and varied ways: Study Study reveals boys who play video games have lower depression risk Damage to heart found in more than half of COVID-19 patients discharged from hospital UK study sheds light on rise in hospital admissions for food-induced anaphylaxis LGB people more prone to mental health disorders, alcohol misuse Study takes early step towards leukemia drug therapy Marijuana legalization for adult recreational use might have led to its increased usage in teens: Study Unacceptably high levels of carcinogens inhaled by commuters
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