Health  /  Published 06.02.19

To stay young, exercise

Aerobic activities like jogging and interval training can make our cells biologically younger, according to a noteworthy new experiment. Weight training may not have the same effect, the study found, ...
By Gretchen Reynolds in

Health  /  Published 26.11.19

Walk more, sleep better

Taking more steps during the day may be related to better sleep at night, according to a new study of lifestyle and sleep patterns. The study, which delved into the links between walking and snoozing,...
By Gretchen Reynolds/NYTNS in

Health  /  Published 23.11.19

The wiser woman

Menopause is a critical time in a woman’s life. Due to the decline of estrogen production, various bio-physiological challenges seem to arise during this phase. Studies have reported an increased ri...
By Kaushik Talukdar in

Health  /  Published 24.11.18

How to age well through exercise

Muscle loss, commonly known as sarcopenia, is the loss of muscle mass with age. It is estimated that both men and women lose muscle mass at a rate of one to two per cent per year and by the age of 80 ...
By Kaushik Talukdar in

Health  /  Published 12.05.20

The 4-second workout

Four seconds of high-intensity exertion repeated periodically throughout the day may counteract some of the unhealthy metabolic consequences of sitting for hours, according to a surprising and timely ...
By Gretchen Reynolds/NYTNS in

Health  /  Published 24.08.19

Think before signing up at a gym

There are no studies to prove that going to the gym improves fitness faster than walking out your front door. Joining a gym may not be the right option for those who enjoy being outside. Yet again, fo...
By Anwar Wahhab in

Health  /  Published 25.04.20

Stronger tomorrow

Immunity is the ability of the body to defend against infection and disease. Multiple cells, tissues and molecules make up our immune system. There are primarily two categories of the immune system:Ar...
By Kaushik Talukdar in

Health  /  Published 08.05.19

Plug the leak

The expression “I laughed so hard I wet my pants” is not a just a saying but the harsh reality for a lot of people, especially women. For thousands — if not millions — accidental leaking of ur...
By Chandana Chandra in

Health  /  Published 10.04.19

Exercise habits may decide lifespan

A new study offers both hope and a subtle nudge to anyone who has slacked off on exercise in recent years. It finds that if people start to exercise in midlife, even if they have not worked out for ye...
By Gretchen Reynolds/NYTNS in

Health  /  Published 26.02.19

Midlife fitness

Hot flashes. Raging moods. They’re symptoms typically associated with midlife hormonal bedlam. But hormones control so much more, from our energy and metabolism to how we build muscle. Hormonal chan...
By Anna Magee/The Daily Telegraph in


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