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A good night’s sleep can improve your body’s immune response: Study

Sleeping well can improve your immune system. (Source: File Photo) The importance of sleep for one’s mental and physical well-being has been highlighted by various studies time and again. However, a new study conducted recently has established a link between sleep and the body’s immune system. The study, conducted by ...

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Here comes ‘stair snacking’ to improve heart health | fitness

For people who find it difficult to take out extra time for physical activity after a hectic schedule, exercise just got simpler and harder to avoid. Researchers have shown that a few minutes of stair climbing called the ‘stair snacking’ approach, at short intervals between work, can improve cardiovascular health. ...

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Fasting can improve overall health, study suggests | fitness

Fasting can lead to improved health and provide protection against ageing-associated diseases, a recent study suggests. According to the research, fasting affects circadian clocks in the liver and skeletal muscle, causing them to rewire their metabolism, which can ultimately lead to improved health and protection against ageing-associated diseases. The study ...

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Contact with nature can improve your mood: Study

Related News Nature has more benefits that we know. (Source: File Photo) Spending time outside, in the proximity of nature has always been touted as a good practice. But turns out it has more benefits that one could anticipate. According to a study published in The Journal of Positive Psychology, ...

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From bananas to coffee: Here are some healthy foods that can improve your stamina

Dark chocolate boosts your mental health along with boosting your energy levels. (Source: File Photo) Many-a-times, we may feel run-down at some point during the day when we least expect or want it. This could be just before hitting the gym or before going to work. A lack of energy ...

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Eating together as a family can improve your teen’s diet, even if you all don’t get along | sex and relationships

Eating together as a family can improve your teen’s diet, even if you all don’t get along | sex and relationships

Teenagers and young adults who eat meals with family are healthier. Family meals really do improve teenagers’ diets and put them on a path to healthy eating in later life, says new study. The researchers found that when families sit down together, adolescents and young adults eat more fruits and ...

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Lose fat and improve strength: 5 core exercises you can easily do anywhere

Related News Core exercise helps in losing weight and improving strength and stamina. (Source: File Photo) With New Year’s celebrations just over a month from now on, if you want to sport a flat stomach with washboard abs or just want to get toned, focusing on core exercises might be ...

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Hot bath may improve inflammation, metabolism: Study

By: IANS | London | Published: November 18, 2018 1:44:12 pm A hot-water bath may improve aspects of the inflammatory profile and enhance glucose metabolism in the body. (Source: Indian Express/ Gargi Singh) If you are unable to exercise, a hot water treatment may help improve inflammation and blood sugar ...

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Hot bath may improve inflammation, metabolism: Study | fitness

If you are unable to exercise, a hot water treatment may help improve inflammation and blood sugar (glucose) levels, particularly in overweight men, suggests a new study. Physical stress such as exercise can increases the level of an inflammatory chemical (IL-6), which activates the release of anti-inflammatory substances to combat ...

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Hot bath may improve inflammation, metabolism: Study

By: IANS | London | Published: November 16, 2018 1:48:34 pm Hot water bath may help in weight loss. (Source: File Photo) If you are unable to exercise, a hot water treatment may help improve inflammation and blood sugar (glucose) levels, particularly in overweight men, suggests a new study. Physical ...

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