According to a new study at St Michael's Hospital, nearly 9,000 children found those who eat a vegetarian diet had similar measures of growth and nutrition compared to children who eat meat
Lifelong excess weight almost doubles a woman's risk of developing womb cancer, according to recent research
Following a Mediterranean-style diet during pregnancy is linked to a reduced risk of developing preeclampsia, suggests the findings of recent research
The speakers came up with such suggestions at a seminar organised jointly by Dhaka Ahsania Mission and the Economic Reporters' Forum (ERF) titled “Tobacco Price and Tax” held at the ERF auditorium in ...
Children of exceptionally long-lived parents, as well as their spouses, have a similarly reduced risk for developing type 2 diabetes compared to the general population, according to a new study led ...
A recent study has suggested that cardiovascular risk factors are associated with an increased risk of depression in older adults
Sri Lanka's doctors warned on Sunday they were nearly out of life-saving medicines and said the island nation's economic crisis threatened a worse death toll than the coronavirus pandemic
According to a study led by Texas A&M University, exposure to pollution during pregnancy can have many adverse effects in infants and children that can even extend into adulthood
More than 450,000 people all over the country have been diagnosed with diarrhoea
Think twice before using disinfectants. According to a recent study, the excessive use of disinfectants by pregnant women may be a risk factor for asthma and eczema in their children
A new study suggests that some artificial sweeteners are associated with increased cancer risk
A research of nearly 12,200 adults in China revealed that eating protein from various varieties of sources was associated with a lower risk of developing high blood pressure
A recent study showed that greater body fat is a risk factor for reduced cognitive function, such as processing speed in adults.
Does a diet rich in vegetables also lower the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD)? Unfortunately, researchers found no evidence for this.
In a new study, researchers have found that men with high body fat may be more likely to break a bone than those with normal levels of body fat