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Research finds a link between poor health and low breast milk production

Low breast milk production and bad health are related, according to research. The common belief is that if you try hard enough, your body will be able to nurse. Poor metabolic health characteristics are associated with low levels of breast milk production, according to recent UC research. Journal of Breastfeeding Medicine published the study. “We […]

What you should know about the relationship between depression, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease

Although diabetes, depression, and renal disease are all distinct illnesses, they are connected. Together, they occur frequently. It’s critical to keep in mind that, like diabetes and kidney disease, depression is a medical illness that can be managed. Both diabetes and depression can worsen one another. Both of them may hasten the development of renal […]

Ice baths could help in burning body fat

The authors of a new review published in the International Journal of Circumpolar Health say that taking a dip in cold water may be just the thing if you are looking to reduce the amount of unhealthy body fat that you have. Cold water exposure might also lower your risk for certain conditions such as […]

Statins won’t help healthy adults with elevated cholesterol, according to studies.

The study was published in the journal Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity. According to American Heart Association estimates from 2020, almost 40 million Americans regularly take statins to lower their cholesterol levels and lessen their risk of heart disease and stroke. However, according to recent research by David Diamond, a neuroscientist and expert […]

Worldwide type 1 diabetes cases are expected to double by 2040

The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology journal presented the latest findings. By 2040, the number of persons with type 1 diabetes is predicted to double globally, with adults in low- and middle-income nations accounting for the majority of the new cases. The model predicts that 8.4 million people will have type 1 diabetes in 2021, with […]

Semaglutide treatment in a regular clinical setting was associated with weight loss

Researchers at Mayo Clinic in a study published in the JAMA journal found that semaglutide treatment in a regular clinical setting was associated with weight loss. Obesity is a chronic, multifactorial, and relapsing disease with an increasing prevalence estimated to reach 49% by 2030. Its medical burden includes multiple comorbidities, such as type 2 diabetes, […]

According to a new study, the economic cost of obesity would account for 3.3% of world GDP by 2060

US$2.2 trillion could be saved if the number of people who are obese stayed at 2019 levels. According to a recent report by the World Obesity Federation and RTI International, the prevalence of overweight and obesity would cost the global economy 3.3% of GDP by 2060. The analysis of the present economic effects of overweight […]

Exercise, fruits, and vegetables can improve your mood

Exercise and eating fruits and vegetables can boost happiness, according to new research from the Universities of Kent and Reading. According to a recent study, eating fruits and vegetables, exercising, and being active makes people happier, not the other way around. Women who ate more fruits and vegetables and males who exercised more reported feeling […]

Heart disease and stroke risk factors are similar in men and women globally, as per new study

The study was published in┬áThe Lancet. A significant worldwide study that included participants from low- and middle-income nations, where the burden of CVD is highest, as well as high-income countries, indicated that women and men share the majority of the same risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). The global study assessed risk factors, including metabolic […]

Green tea extract improves intestinal health and controls blood sugar levels.

According to recent studies in individuals with a cluster of risk factors for heart disease, ingesting green tea extract for four weeks can lower blood sugar levels and enhance gut health by reducing inflammation and “leaky gut.” This study, according to researchers, is the first to examine whether the anti-inflammatory properties of green tea may […]

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