Little physical activity and dieting can make the fat cells produce a hormone believed to activate HDL (good) cholesterol production, say researchers. “What we’re learning is that even overweight people who are physically active and eating a healthy diet are getting benefits from the lifestyle change,” said principal investigator Christie Ballantyne, M.D., director of Methodist’s…

Childhood experiences more likely to associate with well-being in adulthood, says a new study. Childhood experiences that match with evolved needs lead to better outcomes in adulthood, the findings showed. The study was published in the journal Applied Developmental Science. “Humans evolved with a nest of care for their young that matches up with the…

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Experts say that drinking a mix of apple cider vinegar and water before eating helps in increasing the sensitivity to insulin and reducing the spike in blood sugar in those with pre-diabetes as well as type 2 diabetes while drinking green tea can calm chronic inflammation that increases the risk of heart attacks. Saumya Shree,…

A new study suggests that ultrasonography (US) can be used to diagnose cancer in women with dense breasts. The researchers examined data from 2,809 women from across the U.S., Canada, and Argentina. All the participants had dense breasts and, at least, one other risk factor for breast cancer. Each participant underwent three screenings over three…

The most common complications of type 2 diabetes include kidney failure and heart disease. Diets rich in potassium may help protect the heart and kidney health of patients with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. The study was published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN). Individuals with type…

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