1. Is It Safe For New-Born Babies to Drink Water?

    Water is the safest and healthiest drink for older children and adults, but not for infants below 6 months of age. Breastmilk or formula provides your baby with all the hydration and nutrients. Even on a hot day, your baby wouldn't need water, if she had been breastfed sufficiently. In fact, breast milk is 88% water. Water Is Risky According to The American Academy of Pediatrics, water, glucose water, formula and other fluids should not be given to breastfeeding infants unless suggested by a...
    Read more
  2. Spider Web Inspired Removable Implant May Control Type 1 Diabetes

    A World Health Organization report estimates that around 1,11,500 children live with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) at a time. In Type 1 diabetes, pancreatic cell clusters that produce insulin are killed off by the body's immune system. The disease is one of the most frequent paediatric endocrine illnesses & accounts for only about 5%-10% of all cases of diabetes. A research team led by Cornell University has created a device that may help manage Type 1 Diabetes. This device helps implant 1000s of insulin-producing islet cells into a patient. The cells are protected by a thin hydrogel coating, which are attached to a polymer thread. The polymer thread makes it easy to remove & replace the cells, which have outlived their usefulness....
    Read more
  3. Pain Free Insulin Patches Developed For Diabetes Patients

    Pain Free Insulin Patches Developed For Diabetes Patients

    Insulin patches are currently an experimental form of insulin delivery that are at an early stage of research. These insulin patches are meant to deliver insulin without pain through the skin in a similar manner to transdermal patches such as nicotine patches or muscle pain relief patches. For people with diabetes, this would mean a completely pain-free method of taking insulin. What's more, the insulin patch needs to be applied only once a week.In a recent breakthrough, a group of scientists have developed a transdermal...
    Read more
  4. How To Stick To Your New Year's Health Goals

    How To Stick To Your New Year's Health Goals

    It's 2018 soon & our New Year Resolutions are in full swing! How many times have we done this only for the list to be forgotten by the 2nd week of January? It's great to have lofty goals but a timeline & a more specific plan than I will lose weight helps you stick to your goal & less likely to abandon it. Make One Resolution Pick a goal you want to achieve not because it's popular. Living healthy is a pretty vague goal. Break it up into plannable segments. Instead of resolving to sleep more, think about cutting down screen- time (devices, TVs, gaming consoles, etc.) & getting around 7-8 hours of sleep a night. If you work a high-pressure job or are a new mom, make a conscious decision to sleep a minimum of 6 hours a night. This is a doable goal...
    Read more
  5. How Does Music Therapy Help Depression?

    How Does Music Therapy Help Depression?

    Music Therapy helps to improve a person's physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health through the kind of music he/she prefers. Lengthy studies have demonstrated the effect of music on motor skills, cognitive functioning, social skills, emotional quotient, and the general quality of life. Many hospitals, schools, cancer centres, psychiatric wards, rehabilitation centres, etc in the West have adopted Music Therapy to improve individual quality of life. Research has shown that music therapy for depression and...
    Read more
  6. Hormones In Food: Should You Worry?

    Hormones In Food: Should You Worry?

    Growth hormones are vital in animals and humans alike for healthy growth and development. But the storm lies in artificial growth hormones that are approved for use to boost the growth rate of cattle, poultry, and other animals. Artificial hormones are injected to increase milk production, raise profits for the food industry. The hormones find their way into our food source along with the milk. More research is needed to determine how safe and healthy these artificial hormones are for human use.   Meat and milk (and some food including plants) are never "hormone free". All humans and animals...
    Read more
  7. Goodness Of Green Tea

    Goodness Of Green Tea

    Do you drink green tea? Green tea benefits include weight loss, protection from diseases, boosts energy, and reduces stress to name a few. Green tea is brewed by steaming leaves of Camellia sinensis (an evergreen shrub native to Asia). Weight Loss Green tea boosts your metabolic rate and helps you lose weight. The polyphenols in green tea increase fat oxidation. Evidence suggests that (research at Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences) green tea reduces body fat, especially in the abdominal area. Controls Diabetes Green tea exhibits amazing anti oxidative properties that controls diabetes. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the key polyphenol in green tea. It can help reduce the sharp peaks...
    Read more
  8. How Do I Manage Anxiety?

    How Do I Manage Anxiety?

    Anxiety never disappears - the trick is to handle it smartly. These tips help when you're feeling anxious or stressed: - Take a Break - Practice yoga, listen to music, meditate, get a massage, or learn relaxation techniques. Stepping back from the situation or circumstance helps clear your head. - Eat nutritious meals. Do not skip meals. If you can't eat a full meal, keep healthful, energy-boosting snacks on hand. - Limit alcohol and caffeine - they may worsen your anxiety and trigger panic attacks. - Never skimp on your sleep - Get enough sleep. When stressed, your body needs additional sleep and...
    Read more
  9. What is VLDL Cholesterol?

    What is VLDL Cholesterol?

    Very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL) cholesterol is produced in the liver and released into the bloodstream to supply body tissues with a type of fat (triglycerides). Like LDL Cholesterol & triglycerides, it's considered a "bad" cholesterol. This is because high levels of VLDL cholesterol can block your arteries causing a heart attack.The "Very Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol test" along with several other tests in a general lipid profile helps doctors determine the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). High levels of VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides in a person's blood may mean they are at...
    Read more
  10. Is Infertility In A Daughter Linked To Her Mother's Age?

    Is Infertility In A Daughter Linked To Her Mother's Age?

    Here's one more reason you need to start planning your family as soon as possible. Women who put off having babies may risk damaging the fertility of potential daughters, a recent study cautioned. Notably, the father's age had no substantial effect on the daughter's fertility. "A mother's reproductive age is important not only for herself, but it will determine to a certain extent the chances of her daughter or daughters being infertile," Peter Nagy, from Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta, was quoted as saying. A team of researchers scrutinized ovarian reserve in female offspring by measuring anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) and antral follicle count (AFC). The researchers then used these numbers to link them with their mothers'...
    Read more
Page

Copyright © 2018 Netmeds Marketplace Limited.
All rights Reserved

Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of use