Is it safe for diabetics to eat mangoes? Let’s find out

New Delhi July 9  Mangoes are synonymous with summer and the only good thing offered in the scorching heat. The juicy yellow pulp is loaded with the goodness of fibre, antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin K, but the health benefits of mangoes have often been debatable because…

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'Skinny fat' a sign of dementia, Alzheimer's risk: Study

New York, July 6  Older adults who are “skinny fat” — the combination of low muscle mass and strength in the context of high fat mass — may be at risk of developing decline in cognitive performance, a study contends.

“Skinny fat” is the colloquial term for the medical condition sarcopenic obesity…

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Diet rich in nuts may boost sperm count, motility

London, July 5 For men planning for fatherhood, regularly consuming a diet with 60 g of nuts can significantly improve the quality, quantity, and motility of sperm, results of a clinical trial has showed.

The results, presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of ESHRE in Barcelona, showed that a diet…

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Hypertensive patients need not worry about treatment anymore

Washington DC, [USA] July 04 : Hypertensive patients can now receive intensive treatments faster.
In a recent study, researchers have devised a machine learning algorithm which combines three variables routinely collected during clinic visits and demonstrates how the emerging field of bioinformatics could transform patient care.
It takes a patient age…

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Artificial intelligence can predict distribution of radioactive fallout

Washington D.C. [USA], July 3 : A means of overcoming the difficulty of a nuclear power plant accident when a radioactive material is released has been found in a new study.
When a nuclear power plant accident occurs and radioactive material is released, it becomes vital to evacuate people in…

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