The benefits of physical activity had an impact on a wide range of diseases including depression, heart disease, type two diabetes and stroke.
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Among the alarms it sounds: The force of laughing can dislocate jaws, prompt asthma attacks, cause headaches, make hernias protrude. It can provoke cardiac arrhythmia, syncope or even emphysema (this last, according to a clinical lecturer in 1892).
Asparagus can be a powerful new culinary weapon in the fight against diabetes. Scientists have found that regular intake of these vegetables are increasingly popular to control blood sugar levels and increase the body’s production of insulin, a hormone that helps to absorb glucose.
The problems of city life and saved, but of course, try to control your stress. A recent study of 40 years may increase the risk of developing dementia and excessive stress increase a woman’s earnings.
Eating more fruits, especially blueberries, grapes and apples, appear to be associated with a lower risk of type two diabetes, but if you are consumed fruit juices, the effects would be just the opposite, according to an investigation published in British Medical Journal.
The research highlights the urgent need for strategies to prevent obesity in women of childbearing age.
The first scientific analysis of probable human-to-human transmission of a deadly new strain of bird flu that emerged in China this year gives the strongest evidence yet that the H7N9 virus can pass between people, scientists said on Wednesday.
The transmission of the H7N9 virus seems "limited and unsustainable," says new research.