According to researchers from the Ateneo De Manila University, Virgin Coconut Oil might help treat COVID-19 patients. Clinical trials to test its efficacy are to begin soon.
With the new wearable diet sensing device from Carnegie Mellon University, you can now track what, how much and how often you eat – and reach your health and diet goals, effortlessly.
In a first time ever research finding, scientists have been able to tie sleep with the protein removal mechanism of the brain, concluding that one of the important functions of sleep may be to reduce cellular-stress in the brain caused by wakefulness.
Latest research on body fat has uncovered that men and women might be prone to different illnesses, owing to the different ways their immune system operates. This suggests that personalized drugs tailored for gender might be the way forward in health-care.
A new website created by the University of Washington, explains how a single seemingly harmless connection we make, during the current Social Distancing scenario, can put the entire community at risk.
A recent study published in the journal Frontiers In Immunology, debunks the age-old myth and establishes that the changes taking place in the immune system after a strenuous bout of exercise boost the immune system, rather than leaving it suppressed. The study also suggests that regular exercise delays the process of immunological aging.
In a recent study, researchers looked at how mindfulness and proactive coping, two seemingly conflicting behaviors, can influence how people cope with daily stress. The study found that those who used a combination of proactive planning and mindfulness were able to manage their stress better.
A high-salt diet doesn’t just increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, but according to a study conducted at the University of Bonn, it also weakens the immune system by inhibiting the function of granulocytes – the immune cells that help fight bacteria.
A recent research shows that getting too much or too little sleep can increase your risk of heart disease. And the right amount of sleep (7-8 hours on an average), can protect your heart and reduce the risk of cardiovascular episodes.
More than 80% of the people who contract the COVID-19 virus experience only mild-to-moderate symptoms and are able to recover within days. And there’s now a new study in the journal of Nature Medicine, that shows how.