Baby’s cry can change parents’ way of thinking

A recent study suggests that your baby’s cry not only demands your attention but it can also change the way you think. Apparently the cognitive and neural processes in the brain are rattled and may affect your everyday decisions. David Haley, an associate professor of psychology at the University of…

Saturated fats can escalate the chances of breast cancer

Teens rarely think about maintaining a proper diet and a routine but believe it or not what you eat in your teens affects your health in adulthood. Consuming excessive amounts of saturated fats and less mono and polyunsaturated fats in adolescence and teenage years has been connected with increased breast…

Increase your vitamin D intake by taking sunny vacations

The necessity of vitamin D is quite well known. It is essential to live a healthy life as it strengthens your bones, lowers the risk of heart diseases, reduces blood pressure, and improves chances of recovering from cancer. A recent study has suggested a fun way to improve vitamin D…

Stay busy to improve your mental health

A recent study reveals that people who have a busier lifestyle are likely to have healthy mental functions, especially above the age of 50. As a person ages his/her mental health deteriorates but a moderately active style can boost cognitive functions. In fact, any individual irrespective of their age and…

Reduce your child’s aggression by omega-3 fatty acids

You must have heard about Omega-3 fatty acids and its myriad health benefits. Now, a new study claims that they can reduce aggression in children within a short time. Aggressive behavior in children are quite common, they break into fights or quarrel with their peers. These kinds of reactions are…

Frequent eating out puts Delhiites at risk of hypertension

Hypertension is one of the most serious conditions that can lead to many deadly diseases. It raises normal blood pressure and leads to death or disabilities such as kidney failure, strokes, heart attack and other dangerous diseases if the condition is not treated timely. On the occasion of World Hypertension…

Attending religious services leads women to live longer

Women who are prone to attending religious services more than once a week may live longer and also face lower risks of cardiac diseases and cancer, new study claims. Professional and middle-aged women who went to church at least a couple of times per week have 27% fewer chances of…

Mother’s voice stimulates various regions in a child’s brain

Researchers have discovered that different areas of children’s brains get activated when they hear their mother’s voice in comparison to other voices or noises. This reaction of their brains also determines their ability to communicate in a social environment, claimed a recent study. The areas of the brain that are…

Run barefoot to improve your memory

A new study claims that running barefoot can boost your working memory. Improving memory can benefit you throughout your life. Working memory is essentially the ability to recall and analyze information which is used throughout the lifespan. Improving working memory can be beneficial in your professional life and even when…