Health

This Is When You’re Most Likely To Catch The Flu

(DearPK webdesk news): Now a days cases of flu are on the rise across the world, according to a recent statement from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and experts are warning that this year’s flu season will be worse than last. Now, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical

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Five things that make you more happier, healthier and successful

(DearPK webdesk news): According to the new research forget a morning workout and meditation, getting ahead in life is all about how you spend your evening. Indeed, according to experts, there’s five simple things everyone should be doing before they crawl into bed to ensure they get a head start the next day. From keeping

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How Much Sleep Do We Really Need? – National Sleep Foundation

(DearPK webdesk news): The National Sleep Foundation gives a recommended sleep time according the age. Rest is very important for our development and health, so it is necessary to know the recommended hours of sleep that experts advise. If you want to have enough energy during the day, mental clarity and good health, this is

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This Simple Exercise Burns More Calories Than 30 Minutes of Running

(DearPK webdesk news): As we begin to edge out of winter, the air is warming up and there are no longer any excuses not to put on your sneakers and pound the pavement. However, scientists have just released a new study that found taking a hot bath can burn as many calories as a half

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Seven signs you could be suffering with depression. New study

(DearPK webdesk news): Alarming statics reveal one on four people in the UK experience some kind of mental health problem each year. A further 17 out of 100 people feel so low that they suffer with suicidal thoughts. Many people misunderstand conditions like depression and think it’s something that happens to other people. But according

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Be careful about keeping smartphones close to your brain.

Texas (DearPK webdesk news): Experts says that smartphones even in the switched off mode have the capacity to reduce a person’s cognitive ability, making one dumb, according to a new study.  Assistant Professor Adrian Ward and co-authors at McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin conducted experiments with nearly 800 smartphone

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Do Smokers’ Lungs Heal After They Quit?

(DearPK webdesk news) : Chain smokers can have wide-ranging health effects on the body, and the lungs and airways are two of the hardest-hit areas. But the good news is that after a person quits smoking, the lungs can heal to a certain extent, said Dr. Norman Edelman, a senior scientific advisor for the American

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Coca may improve your memory, according to a new research

Rome (DearPK webdesk news) : New research suggests that consuming cocoa regularly can improve your long-term memory. In the study, both healthy older adults and elderly adults with signs of neurodegenerative diseases like dementia or Alzheimer’s saw cognitive improvement, especially with memory, after drinking flavanol-rich cocoa drinks over a period of eight weeks. Not only

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Coffee drinking could lead to longer life, studies say

(DearPK webdesk news): Health experts have found that people who drink coffee appear to live longer. Drinking coffee was associated with lower risk of death due to heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and kidney disease. People who consumed a cup of coffee a day were 12 percent less likely to die compared to those who

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Night-shifts are suffering from many diseases

American experts have revealed that people who work differently during the night shift, in which the DNA repair system is affected, which can lead to further causes of diseases. Although this is a small study However, it has been observed that a body of people working in night shift excludes a special chemical 8-OH-dG that

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