New York, Jan 25 (IANS) High-protein diets may help people lose weight and build muscle, but there is a downside to it a” a greater heart attack risk. Researchers now report that high-protein diets boost artery-clogging plaque. The research in mice showed that high-protein diets spur unstable plaque — theRead More →

A recent paper outlines an intriguing new theory. The authors ask whether the microbes that inhabit the human body could transfer diseases such as diabetes and heart disease from person to person. Share on PinterestOur resident bacteria play a role in certain diseases. Could they also be involved in passingRead More →

Pregnancy fatigue (Representational Image) Fatigue is one of the most common issues that women feel during pregnancy. This 9 months time period brings various changes in your body that lead to fatigue. Since conception till the delivery, your hormones remain at their highest levels. Fatigue is mostly experienced during the firstRead More →

Passengers wait at the check-in counter of Hong Kong Express Airways at the Hong Kong International Airport. Image used for representational purpose only. (AP) A Hong Kong airline forced a Japanese woman to take a pregnancy test before allowing her on a flight to a Pacific island popular with mothersRead More →

Although a fever is not typically dangerous, when it occurs during pregnancy, it may affect a developing fetus. A fever occurs when a person’s body reaches a higher temperature than the expected normal range. In this article, learn more about the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for a fever, as well asRead More →

Heart disease may increase one’s odds for kidney failure, a new study finds. “Individuals with a history of cardiovascular disease should be recognized as a high-risk population for kidney failure,” said study leader Dr. Junichi Ishigami of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore. “Physicians should be aware ofRead More →