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Besides health and environment benefits, cycling can save 1.8 trillion rupees annually: Study

Cycling has a number of benefits. (Source: File Photo) The next time you go to work or to meet your friends, it might be a good idea to use cycle as a mode of transportation. According to a report published by the think-tank The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), if, at a ...

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Lack of sleep can lead to heart problems: Study

Those who slept fitfully or moved a bit also can have more accumulations of plaque as compared to those  who slept soundly. (Source: File Photo) While it is very important to sleep, a new study, published in Journal of the American College of Cardiology, has revealed that sleeping less than six ...

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Study finds stroke drug could prevent Alzheimer’s disease | fitness

Study finds stroke drug could prevent Alzheimer’s disease | fitness

Researchers have found that a drug which could treat stroke victims may also prevent Alzheimer’s disease. The University of Southern California findings have been published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. The study shows that the genetically engineered protein 3K3A-APC protects the brains of mice with Alzheimer’s-like symptoms, reducing the ...

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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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Fasting may help keep age-related diseases at bay: Study

Fasting can boost the body’s metabolism.  Fasting can boost the body’s metabolism and help protect against age-related diseases, a study has found. The circadian clock operates within the body and its organs as intrinsic time-keeping machinery to preserve homeostasis in response to the changing environment. While food is known to ...

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Indians are more likely to eat healthy food; study reveals

The findings have been gathered from those staying in urban areas. (Source: File Photo) Going by how multicultural and diverse India is, the food habits of the people are bound to differ and be eclectic even. A new study, conducted by Ipsos, a market research company, has revealed some interesting ...

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Reducing sedentary time may cut early death risk: Study

If you have a job or lifestyle that involves a lot of sitting, you can lower your risk of early death by moving more often, says study. (Source: Getty Images/ Thinkstock) Swapping just 30 minutes of sitting time with physical activity of any intensity or amount, may help reduce the ...

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Personal income may increase risk of heart disease and death: Study

The personal income of a person is expected to affect their heart’s health. (Source: Thinkstock Image) While, having an unstable income can easily turn into a stressor, falling into the volatility of personal income could translate into the risk of having serious heart disease or even cause death, according to ...

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Fast fashion hurting environment, society: Study | fashion and trends

The overabundance of fast fashion — readily available, inexpensively made clothing — has created an environmental and social justice crisis, a study claims. Globally, 80 billion pieces of new clothing are purchased each year, translating to USD 1.2 trillion annually for the fashion industry, according to the study published in ...

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