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Playing Video Games

Can Playing Video Games Lead To Addiction? Here’s What Makes A Substance Or Behavior...

WHO's move to classify gaming disorder as a mental health condition has revived a debate about whether or not certain substances and behaviors can cause the same addictive illness as drugs. In its...
Heavy Drinking could Play a Role in Increasing Alzheimer’s Disease

A New found that Heavy Drinking could Play a Role in Increasing Alzheimer’s Disease

People who deal with Alzheimer's disease struggle with numerous symptoms such as mental decline and mood changes. However, heavy drinking could make things worse.  A New Study The Journal of Inflammation published a new...
Symptoms of low blood pressure and its causes

Symptoms of low blood pressure and its causes

Many people suffer from blood pressure disorders, whether high blood pressure or low blood pressure. Normal blood pressure of the human being (80 120) and lack of pressure on this...
Walking Fast

Walking Fast is Good for the Heart and can Help Prevent Premature Death

Walking fast not only helps get a person to their destination faster, but it can be also beneficial for a person's health. A new study suggests that walking at a faster...
Alcohol and Tobacco Attribute to More Deaths Worldwide than Illegal Drugs

New Study Suggests that Alcohol and Tobacco Attribute to More Deaths Worldwide than Illegal...

A new study suggests that everyday substances could be more fatal for a person's health. Researchers have discovered that smoking cigarettes and consuming alcohol take away more years off a person's life...
Very Low-Carbohydrate Diet could Help Diabetics Manage Blood Sugar

New research finds that Very Low-Carbohydrate Diet could Help Diabetics Manage Blood Sugar

New research finds that a very low-carbohydrate diet actually helps patients with Type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels. What are some important things to know about low-carbohydrate diets? Very...
Exercise

Health Experts Push to Prescribe Exercise as Part of Routine Treatment for Cancer Patients

Leading cancer experts in Australia are calling for exercise to be prescribed to all cancer patients as part of routine treatment. Position Statement On Exercise In Cancer Care The Clinical Oncology Society of Australia has...
How to Live A Long Healthy Life with Simple Habits and 30-Minute Exercises

Live Long and Healthy Life with 5 Simple Habits and 30-Minute Exercises

It's no secret that a healthy lifestyle can prolong one's life, but Harvard scientists dove deeper and outlined how we can add a decade or more just by following some simple habits. Lifestyle...
Air Pollution Kills 7 Million People Yearly According to WHO

Air Pollution Kills 7 Million People Yearly According to WHO

WHO says nine out of 10 people worldwide are breathing high levels of contaminants from both outdoor or ambient and household air pollution. Outdoor air pollution alone killed approximately 4.2 million people...
Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D Deficiency Poses Greater Risk of Diabetes, Epidemiologists Say

Lack of vitamin D puts healthy people at greater risk for diabetes, findings by epidemiologists from UCSD and Seoul National University suggests. A cohort study of 903 healthy adults with no history...