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April 10, 2022
Is Body Shaming Genetic?

Abstract  All bodily happenings - those we know of and even those we do not know about - are processed by the brain (cognitive function). We feel and experience our body both outwardly (our physical appearance or the sensation of touch) and inwardly (the intensity of hunger or our heartbeat during physical activity). The brain […]

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April 7, 2022
Study Discovers New Genetic Cause For Heritable Heart Condition

Abstract Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) is one of the most common genetic heart conditions to affect American people. Globally, HCM affects around 1 in 500 people. Although most people can get through life without any visible symptoms or only experience mild symptoms, some cases of HCM can prove life-threatening. The chances of sudden death without any […]

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April 2, 2022
Can Standing Improve Insulin Sensitivity? - A New Study

Abstract Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas that allows your body to use glucose for energy. Insulin sensitivity refers to how well the cells in your body respond to insulin and uptake glucose from the blood. Recent research has reported that standing is associated with better insulin sensitivity; hence increasing the standing time […]

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March 10, 2022
Diabetes May Increase Your Risk For Depression: A New Study

Abstract Insulin resistance is a condition that prevents the body from responding to insulin the way it should. When the cells don't absorb and utilize sugar for energy, glucose builds up in the blood, ultimately resulting in diabetes. A study by Standford Medicine scientists has established a relationship between insulin resistance and major depressive disorder.  […]

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March 7, 2022
Improve Your Dental Health For A Better Mental Health

Abstract Gums in the mouth seal around our teeth and hold them in their place. Unfortunately, poor dental hygiene can damage your gums, which may go unnoticed as they are mostly painless. Ruinous gums can lead to gum diseases like periodontitis and gingivitis, causing inflammation of gums. A recent study has reported that periodontitis can […]

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March 4, 2022
Common Chemical Linked To Disruption Of Pregnancy Hormone

Abstract Every day we are exposed to numerous chemicals present in the food we intake, water, air, and products we use. Exposure to chemicals leads to an array of health risks. Inhaling or ingesting chemicals during pregnancy may cause problems for both the mother and baby. A recent study has reported that exposure to a […]

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February 18, 2022
The More You Sleep, The Less You Eat

In the era of nutritional and wellbeing awareness, it's no secret that all the processes of the body are interconnected.  Experts up till now have identified strong evidence to suggest that eating habits are crucial for the quality of sleep.  But what about the other way round? Could your sleep quality, duration, and hygiene affect […]

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