5 Myths About Lemon Water You Need To Know

Do you drink Lemon Water? Why? Is it because the taste of lemon or another reason? Read this 5 myths about lemon water you need to know :- MYTH 1: IT CAN HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT Some claim that because lemons contain pectin, the same satiating fiber found in apples, its juice will fill you up and in turn, aid weight loss. But there’s only a trace amount of that

Eating grilled or well-done meat, fish tied to high blood pressure risk

NEW YORK: Eating beef, chicken, or fish grilled or well-done is associated with a higher risk of high blood pressure, new research suggests. “Among individuals who consume red meat, chicken, or fish regularly, our findings imply that avoiding the use of open-flame and/or high-temperature cooking methods, including grilling/barbecuing, broiling, and roasting, may help reduce hypertension risk,” Dr Gang Liu of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston

Spending on cancer treatment sufficient, says govt

PETALING JAYA: The health ministry has defended the government’s spending for the treatment of cancer, saying some RM400 million a year is allocated for this purpose. The response from the ministry comes in the wake of criticism from Kampar MP Dr Ko Chun Sen, who said the government needed to invest more, especially for equipment used in the fight against cancer. “The country lacks sufficient linear accelerator machines used for

Why Disrupted Sleep Is A Consequence Of Growing Older

As human beings age, changing sleep patterns are expected as a part of the process. In a national poll conducted in 2017, it was revealed that 46% of older adults faced trouble falling asleep one or more nights a week while 15% reported sleep problems for three or more nights a week. A new study from the University of Kent has found how aging reduces sleep quality by impacting receptors

The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Work and Performance

Sleep is good for us. We all know this. We’ve always known this. However this simple truth is something the business world has long willfully ignored. Sleep has always been viewed as something that gets in the way of making money. Well, I’m here to tell you that the era of burning the candle at both ends has burnt out. Gone are the days when your performance in the office

Exercise at Middle Age Reduces Risk for Dementia

Is a healthy heart linked to a healthy brain? New research from Sweden suggests that it is. In a study reported early this month in the journal Neurology, researchers found that women with higher cardiovascular fitness at midlife were less likely to develop dementia later in life. The research team followed 191 women over the course of 44 years, from 1968 to 2012. Among women who had the lowest cardiovascular