21 Oct 2016
Social pressures are forcing people to cut back on their sleep, contributing to a “global sleep crisis,” according to a new study based on research collected through a smartphone app.
It enabled scientists from the...
17 Oct 2016
Obstructive sleep apnea is linked with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, new research shows.
The findings support recommendations from the International Diabetes Federation that patients with one condition be screened...
17 Oct 2016
Some daycare centers may find “clean plate club” policies hard to resist, even though working too hard to control what kids eat can backfire and make them more likely to gain weight, a recent study suggests.
14 Oct 2016
(Reuters Health) - Parents searching for elusive work-life balance may see smartphones and tablets as a way to escape the office in time to be home for dinner each night, but these gadgets can also be a huge distraction and source of...
05 Oct 2016
As the weather changes, flu spreads among children as well as the adults. It spreads even more when students return back to school.
The worst symptoms of flu often clear up in the first few days. However, the cough can continue for weeks....
02 Oct 2016
Whether you’re a beginner, expert, or even a bad yogi, the latest trends in yoga could be just what you need to get you started on the mat, or even in a hammock.
From adding new accessories such as weights to finishing your...
02 Oct 2016
Fresh out of the oven, a new cultural space in Maadi called Gramophone aims to bring more culture to the suburb. With an impressive list of activities on offer, they have most areas of culture covered, offering everything from yoga classes...
01 Oct 2016
Are you a stress eater? A small study announced July 16 finds that for people who eat during times of stress, habits may drive food choices.
While conventional wisdom dictates people tuck into fatty or unhealthy foods when stressed out,...
28 Sep 2016
Awareness Month kicks off in October to raise awareness about the disease, its signs, symptoms, screening and diagnosis. Ahead of this, an extensive British review -- based on 32 clinical trials covering 2,626 women -- has highlighted the...
27 Sep 2016
For women with a history of miscarriage, experiencing nausea and vomiting during subsequent pregnancy attempts is linked to higher odds of success, a U.S. study suggests.
“This study came from the long-standing idea that...