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This One Diet Could Help Men With Erectile Dysfunction, New Study Suggests

There are plenty of factors that could affect sexual performance. Many of them are psychological, some of them are related to diseases and other health conditions, and some of them may even have to do with the medications you’re taking.

As it turns out, the foods you’re eating could also have a significant impact on your sex life, too. A new study reveals that, for middle-aged men, the Mediterranean diet is linked with better erectile performance.

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The study, which was published in the journal Nutrients and recently featured in

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The Latest: US Suggests World Leaders Leaders Skip UN Trip | Health News

UNITED NATIONS — The United States is urging the more than 150 countries planning to send their leader or a government minister to New York to speak at the U.N. General Assembly next month to consider giving a video address instead to prevent the annual high-level week from becoming “a super-spreader event.”

A note from the U.S. Mission sent to the 192 other U.N. member nations also called for all other U.N.-hosted meetings and side events to be virtual, saying these parallel meetings that draw travelers to New York “needlessly increase risk to our community, New Yorkers and the other

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To Mind Brain Health As You Age, Study Suggests Aerobic Exercise

The bottom line is, after just six months of working out three times per week, the participants doing aerobic exercise achieved noticeable improvements in their brain health and memory. It’s never too late to improve your brain health, which is certainly good news for anyone looking to get in better shape.

As graduate student and first author on the study Andrea Mendez Colmenares notes in a news release, she hopes their research offers a better understanding of white matter aging, and people will consider lifestyle interventions to help themselves (and their brains) as they age, “so they can live

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Following This Diet Could Alleviate Your Menopause Symptoms, New Study Suggests

A plant-based diet rich in soy can have a significant effect on one of the most frustrating menopause symptoms, according to a study in the journal Menopause.



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Researchers recruited 38 women going through menopause who were having two or more hot flashes per day. Although they’re often brief—usually between 30 seconds and 10 minutes—these hot flashes can interfere with sleep and everyday activities. One large, multinational study on the issue found that frequent hot flashes can severely impair quality of life.

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Gradnmaster Akshar suggests 5 easy Yoga exercises to improve posture and hunchback problems

Dedicate a few minutes each day towards your spinal health and avoid the stress that comes from poor posture and back pain. Here are 5 yoga exercises to improve posture and avoid back problems suggested by grandmaster Akshar.



5 easy Yoga exercises to improve posture and hunchback problems

A healthy spine is paramount to keeping you youthful and fit. Those who have bad posture may develop a hunchback. This leads to lower back ache or discomfort in the back. Without taking

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Study suggests pressure of nutrition, diet on women’s mental health – 5 mood-boosting dietary tips for women


Study suggests pressure of nutrition, diet on women’s mental health – 5 mood-boosting dietary tips for women | Photo Credit: Pixabay&nbsp

Key Highlights

  • The holistic health of any human is multifactorial
  • The cause of mental distress in humans can be a consequence of various events
  • A recent study suggests the effect of nutrition on the mental health of women

New Delhi: It has been made known by science loud and clear that nutrition plays a major role in the overall health of the human body. Studies have supported this claim and with advancements

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Personalised nutrition advice able to reduce junk food intake, suggests study

The research team suggests future personalised nutrition approaches could target intake of these discretionary foods via food-based messaging that considers the eating context of the foods consumed.

“For example, if salt intake was identified as a top nutrient to change and meat-based dishes were the main contributing food sources, then a message may include, “Reduce your intake of processed meats and pies; swap salami, ham and bacon for turkey or beef,”” ​suggests the team led by Katherine Livingstone, NHMRC Emerging Leadership Fellow at Deakin University.

The team, which included colleagues from Newcastle University and the University of Navarra, began enrolling

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Healthy diet before, during pregnancy linked to lower complications, NIH study suggests

A healthy diet around the time of conception through the second trimester may reduce the risk of several common pregnancy complications, suggests a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health. Expectant women in the study who scored high on any of three measures of healthy eating had lower risks for gestational diabetes, pregnancy-related blood pressure disorders and preterm birth. The study was conducted by Cuilin Zhang, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues at NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). It appears in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

The researchers analyzed dietary

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