Drinking a pint of beer each day can reduce the risk of the development of heart diseases and stroke. A study by researchers from the Pennsylvania State University shows the rate of decline of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol ("good cholesterol" - HDL) could be reduced if a man consumes two servings of alcohol each day and women consume one serving of alcohol each day. An earlier study shows HDL cholesterol reduces the risk of stroke and heart disease as HDL cholesterol removes bad cholesterol from the body. Researchers studied 80,000 Chinese adults but they say more research is required to confirm the results. Even though the study is inconclusive, the study suggests that there are some health benefits (such as stroke or cardiovascular disease) if an individual drinks small amounts of alcohol. But too much of alcohol consumption is the major risk factor for serious diseases and death. According to NHS, an individual should not consume more than 14 units of alcohol per week.
Bridgend, Wales-based diabetes technology company Cellnovo filed for approval with FDA for its mobile-based diabetes management system. FDA approval may take several months. Currently, the product is available on the NHS. The product is an all-in-one system combining following parts
Cellnovo : A U.K. based independent medical technology company focusing in the treatment of diabetes disease. The company markets diabetes management system that helps patients to lead an easy life. The product received CE marking. The company planning to expand its product availability first in Europe, then in the United States and Asia.
A study by researchers from the University of Glasgow shows individual diagnosed with diabetes, high blood pressure (BP) or coronary heart disease (CHD) are going to perform worse in following mental abilities
Researchers say prevention and delay treatments for diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure (BP) or coronary heart disease (CHD) may delay cognitive decline and dementia. A decline in thinking skills is an indicator of the impending larger cognitive impairment and subsequent dementia as individual ages. Researchers studied Biobank data of the UK containing 474,129 records of individuals between 2006 and 2010 years. Researchers neutralized a number of factors that may show error in final results. The factors are
Dr. Donald Lyall is a member of the research team and the study findings were published in the European Heart Journal.
A study by researchers from the Stanford University shows playing "Pokemon GO" game regularly adds 41 days of extended life to the player. Researchers say players recorded 25 percent extra activity, equal to walking extra 1,473 steps per day. Even inactive, obese or overweight individuals show interest and play the game. Researchers say extra steps between 1000 and 1500 per day will add around 41 days of average life expectancy. But a number of individuals reported injuries as they play "Pokemon GO" game in dangerous areas without their conscious.
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Published by Jammi Vasista, Chennai, India.