Benefits of coconut water, according to science

Coconut water has a right blend of sweet and sour, coconut water is one of the most amazing drinks available during summers. But you can also have the packed variant. Before heading off to work or as a post-workout drink, coconut water is always a refreshing option. And apart from refreshing, your favourite drink has…

How yoga can help you become a happy person

Happiness like a ray of sunlight that can warm up your cold depressed day. A little yoga every day can help you find that happiness. Yes, it’s true! Yoga is known to keep you active and flexible but did you know that a few simple yoga poses can help you find happiness from within. Just…

Here’s why the Nordic diet is one of the most popular diet right now

Variety in the culinary world isn’t restricted to the calorie-laden dishes, the very mention of some of which makes one’s mouth water. There’s a lot that the health-conscious can dig into, numerous diets that many other swear by to shed the extra kilos and look their fittest best. What’s the latest health food trend you…

6 ways of cutting down the risk of Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a common, chronic degenerative disorder of the central nervous system affecting about 10 million people in the world. PD is a disabling disease and affects mobility and locomotion. It is possible to prevent the risk of acquiring this condition through the following ways. Diet: “Adequate consumption of greens, vegetables, fruits, proteins, vitamins and anti-oxidants,…

The Benefits of Short-Term Rehab for Busy Adults

While drug use is a serious problem throughout the state of Ohio and lawmakers, physicians and policy makers are having trouble getting a handle on this concern, Ohioans do have options open to them for fighting this disastrous life choice. Short term inpatient drug rehab is an excellent treatment option for busy adults who do…

Patients experience emotional response to diagnosis and ‘feel dirty’

Turns out, the consequences of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) reach well beyond patients’ physical health, souring social relationships, and leading some healthcare providers (HCP) to distance themselves from affected patients. HAIs are infections that patients get while receiving treatment for medical or surgical conditions, and many HAIs are preventable. Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University conducted a…

Intake of low-carb diet or high-carb diet can increase risk of an early death

Cutting down carb intake and eating it in moderation is what dieticians and nutritionists generally advise. A recent study has shown that the intake of both high-carb diet or a low one can increase the risk of an early death. The research published in the Lancet public health journal took into consideration results of eight studies. It…