Cut down on drinks. Alcohol can raise chances of dementia

Cut down on drinks. Alcohol can raise chances of dementia

Turns out, alcohol consumption is one of the biggest risk factors for dementia. According to a new research conducted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, alcohol use disorders are the most important preventable risk factors for the onset of all types of dementia, especially early-onset dementia.A recent study also suggested that the number of drinks one had in a week could determine how long you will live. This study, conducted over one million adults diagnosed with dementia in France, looked specifically at the effect of alcohol use disorders and…

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Is your child feeling bogged down by academic pressure or social anxiety? Yoga at school will help

Is your child feeling bogged down by academic pressure or social anxiety? Yoga at school will help

Yoga and mindfulness activities at school can help improve emotional health of children with anxiety, according to a study. Researchers at Tulane University worked with a public school in New Orleans to add mindfulness and yoga to the school’s existing empathy-based programming for students needing supplementary support. Third graders, who were screened for symptoms of anxiety at the beginning of the school year, were randomly assigned to two groups. A control group of 32 students received care as usual, which included counseling and other activities led by a school social…

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Deal: original Samsung Gear IconX down to $50

Deal: original Samsung Gear IconX down to $50

With the a new generation of Gear IconX headphones headed to stores, Samsung is clearing out the inventory of the older model – and it’s a great deal. The fully wireless earbuds are down to just $50, a quarter of their retail price (i.e. $150 off). Keep in mind that this deal is while supplies last (obviously) and only the White color option is available (the Black ones ran out before our eyes). Also, shipping isn’t very fast – it’s free, but you’ll wait 7-10 business days.    Samsung Gear IconX wireless…

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Morkel may put Test cricket first as career winds down

Morkel may put Test cricket first as career winds down

Morne Morkel could consider playing only one format of international cricket, and it may well be Tests, as he reaches the twilight of his career. At 32, Morkel considers his career “nearly finished” and will meet with CSA at the end of the ongoing tour to England to discuss his future. Unlike some of his senior team-mates such as AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis, Morkel does not appear to be eyeing the 2019 World Cup as a swansong, despite recent reappearances in the one-day team. Asked how long he…

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Why you must cool down

Why you must cool down

A ritual often overlooked in lure of a quick drink at the bar with friends, a good cool down session is something that can make or break a workout programme, just like a good warm up. Remember running a half marathon with little preparation and finding it difficult to walk down steps the next day? The quadriceps must have hurt badly. While the main purpose of warming up is to prepare the body and mind for strenuous activity, cooling down is all about helping the body and sore muscles recover…

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Hone the creativity to pen down enticing essays

Hone the creativity to pen down enticing essays

There are times in life especially in the academic career where you have been burdened with a lot of writings or home works. Amidst all these, we do get to know a lot of things and all these help us to become stronger. All these help us to have a great experience and we get to know how to survive in the near future. Normally, we get to write some topics that is essay during our academic career. We have to put our thoughts and perceptions about a certain topic….

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Eat Less Live Long: Cutting Down On Your Calories May Slow Ageing

Eat Less Live Long: Cutting Down On Your Calories May Slow Ageing

Who doesn’t want to know the secret to long life? What we wouldn’t do to prevent those wrinkles and fine lines, which make the process of ageing so obvious. Ageing is inevitable, and it does dampen one’s spirit. While there are endless cosmetics products available in the market, each claiming to be a miracle formula to help you prevent signs of ageing or give you an youthful glow, the truth is that they can help only on the surface. If you want to slow down ageing naturally, you need to…

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How to Slow Down Ageing: Eat Less and Live Long!

How to Slow Down Ageing: Eat Less and Live Long!

No one wants to grow old and experience wrinkles, pale skin, grey hair and weak bones. Although ageing is a part of our natural metabolism, there is a multi-billion-dollar industry devoted to all sorts of products that claim to fight signs of aging. The truth is that these products only go skin deep while ageing occurs deeper, at a cellular level. A recent study has suggested that eating less can slow down ageing processes. Published in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, the study offers one glimpse into how cutting calories impacts…

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The Anti-Ageing Diet: 5 Tips on How to Slow Down Ageing

The Anti-Ageing Diet: 5 Tips on How to Slow Down Ageing

It’s obvious that the quality of food we choose on a daily basis influences our health. Yet most of us have absolutely no idea what or how much we are actually eating. Ageing isn’t just the unfolding of a genetic time table. It has a lot to do with the damage you do on the inside through poor food and lifestyle choices. Anti-ageing begins on a cellular level and not on the surface of your skin. So there really aren’t any miracle moisturisers, lotions or potions to turn back the…

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Rupee wobbles on capital outflows, down 8 paise to 67.99

Rupee wobbles on capital outflows, down 8 paise to 67.99

  MUMBAI: In line with stocks, the rupee today fell by 8 paise to 67.99 as massive capital outflow worries induced further instability in currency markets. A huge sell-off in local equities amid sustained withdrawal of funds by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) in the wake of Fed rate hike largely kept sentiment shaky. Highly bullish greenback in overseas markets alongside stepped-up dollar purchases by oil importers and corporates demand also put the home currency under pressure. Domestic equities tumbled for the seventh consecutive session with flagship Sensex giving back all…

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