Twitter analysis reveals people’s patterns of health from the most mentioned foods and activities.
The top 3 most tweeted foods are “coffee”, “beer” and “pizza”, while “chicken” was the only healthy food mentioned in the list of the 10 most popular food-related tweets .
Continue reading Top 10 Foods And Activities Suggested By Twitter Analysis
Those who suffer from migraines have higher levels of bacteria that are responsible for processing nitrates, a new study finds.
Many factors including stress, hormonal changes, particular foods and drinks can cause migraine.
Continue reading The Foods That Trigger Migraines
Constipation is a common digestive disorder which impacts about 30% of people’s quality of life globally. The top remedies for constipation are natural.
When suffering from constipation, usually the best advice is behavioural modifications such as increasing fluid and fibre intakes and doing regular exercises.
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Brushing your teeth twice a day helps to avoid gum inflammation, a risk factor for heart disease. But how do you know where the plaque is?
Bacterial plaque causes gum disease and it is known that most adults experience it to some extent. Continue reading Brushing Your Teeth With Special Type Of Toothpaste Could Help Prevent Heart Attacks
The benefits of yoga include reduced inflammation in the blood caused by stress and the aging process.
Women who routinely do yoga have lower cytokine interleukin-6 (IL-6) levels in their blood, even after stressful experiences, new research finds.
Continue reading Benefits Of Yoga Are Both Physical And Psychological
Human lifespan cannot be extended any more, even though life expectancy is greater than ever.
The maximum age to blow out the birthday candles looks likely to be 125 years as humans have already reached their natural limit, study suggests. Continue reading The Maximum Age For Humans Has Already Been Attained
New flu vaccines have been designed by scientists to protect the world’s population against outbreaks of influenza.
These two vaccines include a universal flu vaccine and a USA specific flu vaccine, meaning the end of flu season is a possibility.
Continue reading Flu Vaccine Protects Against 88% Of Known Influenza Strains
We often hear that we need to drink water for our health — perhaps even 8 glasses a day — but a study challenges this popular health tip.
When we lose fluids our brain uses a mechanism called ‘thirst’ which leads to craving for fluids.
Continue reading Drink Water: Does It Have To Be 8 Glasses A Day?
Nearly all of the world’ population is living in places with dangerous air pollution levels, the World Health Organization (WHO) air quality model confirms.
While we tend to believe that our cities are safe from pollution, the truth is that 3 million deaths a year result from outdoor air pollution.
Continue reading WHO Finds 92% Of Human Population Breath Unsafe Levels Of Air Pollution
Although each country has different national holidays and festive seasons, they share one thing: increased eating of their favourite foods.
People normally reach their lowest weight just before the holiday season starts, a study reveals.
Continue reading The Time Of Year Your Weight Is The Lowest