COVID-19 Linked With Substantial Increase in Type 1 Diabetes in Children – As Much as 72%

According to a new study,children who had COVID-19 are at a substantially higher risk of developing type 1 diabetes. According to a new research study that analyzed electronic health records of more than 1 million patients ages 18 and younger, children who were infected with COVID-19 show a substantially higher risk of developing type 1 … Read more

Try these 5 healthy drinks to keep cholesterol at bay

A healthy diet plays a main role in keeping cholesterol levels normal. One needs to be aware of the nutritious value of the food that one eats each day to stay away from heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease. Following a healthy lifestyle, regular exercise, medical tests at proper intervals and a … Read more

Half of British psychotherapists turn away patients after cases rise by 10%, poll reveals

Half of British psychotherapists turn away patients after cases rise by 10%, poll reveals – as three quarters see decline in patient mental health Half of UK psychotherapists have stopped seeing new patients research shows Three-quarters of the therapists said they saw decline in patients’ mental health 90% of highlighted patients’ finances worries about were … Read more

Woman from Maidstone helps others after beating four-year anorexia battle

A woman who had anorexia has described how she was compelled to walk 70,000 steps a day at university during her four-year battle with the eating disorder. Emily Hale, from Maidstone, celebrated after successfully completing her treatment programme and securing a job at a Cygnet Health Care hospital – where exactly one year ago she … Read more

Cashews: Why you must include ‘about ¼th cup of this nutrient rich nut’ in your diet

“Cashews have always got a bad rep(utation),” nutritionist Bhakti Kapoor says in her Instagram video, adding that this extremely nutritious nut “deserves a little more street cred when it comes to your health.” Enjoyed as a snack, in sauces, and even as a topping, cashews — “rich in protein, healthy fats, and antioxidants such as … Read more

A Wearable Device to Monitor Metabolites and Nutrients

  Today, we want to highlight an interesting development on the wearable diagnostic front: researchers have developed a wearable device that can monitor nutrients, hormones, and drugs [1]. Real-time health monitoring The popularity of medical wearables has increased in recent years. A few decades ago, a complex diagnostic machine able to measure circulating molecules in … Read more

The 10 Best Multivitamins Of 2022 For Women

Your diet can only get you so far, and a multi can help you get the vitamins and minerals you’re missing on your plate—as long as it’s complete. A complete multivitamin will fill common nutrient gaps with plenty of calcium, magnesium, and potassium; provide microminerals like iron, zinc, iodine, selenium, copper, manganese, molybdenum, and chromium … Read more

Warning to anyone who’s had Covid over long-term brain injury

PEOPLE who catch Covid are at increased risk of serious brain injuries up to year after infection – even those who don’t get that ill. US researchers said strokes, seizures, memory problems and movement disorders are among the issues suffered by patients after catching the virus. 1 Over 154,0000 people in the UK could be suffering with neurological … Read more

Common Gene Variant Linked to Mortality

New research may explain why some people with COVID-19 only experience minor, flu-like symptoms and others have severe disease that can result in death. It may be the most baffling quirk of COVID: While some infected individuals only have minor, flu-like symptoms, in others COVID-19 can spiral into severe disease, disability, and even death. A … Read more