Follow five golden rules to prevent dementia, says study-

Via telegraph.co.uk  Rosa Silverman

Following four out of five golden rules for healthy living lowers the risk of developing dementia by more than a third, a study has found.

Analysis by Age UK suggested that lifestyle was responsible for 76% of changes in the brain and that people could go some way to avoiding the disease by adopting or quitting certain habits.

Taking regular physical exercise, eating a Mediterranean diet, not smoking, and drinking alcohol in moderation were all found to decrease the risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

In addition, preventing and treating diabetes, high … Read the rest

Gray Hair Cure Discovery-Goodbye Gray Hair

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Apparently two pairs of genes originate human hair color, even when the genetic process of the hair color has not been established with certainty known two types of pigments to originate the hair color: eumelanin and pheomelanin

Very low concentrations of eumelamina originate gray hair, but recent research suggests the discovery of a true gray hair cure

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Is Possible Gray Hair Cure?

It seems that the solution to this problem that afflicts men and … Read the rest

20 apps and games to download for the new year

Via theguardian.com

Ten of the best new smartphone apps to kickstart your year – and 10 of the best mobile games to help you start wasting it

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Android – FREE

Looking for an alternative to Google Maps on your Android device? Nokia has made its maps and satnav app available in beta form for free. It’s impressive, whether navigating on foot or by car, particularly offline when reception is low or non-existent.

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Recently ported from iOS to Android, this is an excellent way to catch up on new music

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One PEAR a day keeps the pounds away: People who regularly consume the fruit are ‘35% less likely to be obese’

Via dailymail.co.uk/  LISA RYAN

  • New study reveals that pears are associatedwith lower body weight
  • Eating one medium pear each day leads to positive health effects 
  • The fruit can result in a higher quality diet as they are fat and sodium free
  • Pears have a lot of fiber, vitamin C, magnesium, copper and potassium 
  • We’ve long been told that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.

But now, researchers have discovered a pear a day keeps the pounds away.

A new study found that pears are associated with lower body weight.

People who consume pears are 35 per cent … Read the rest

Obese lose up to eight years of life

James Gallagher Via BBC

Being severely obese can knock up to eight years off your life and cause decades of ill health, a report says.

The analysis showed being obese at a young age was more damaging to health and life expectancy.

The team, at McGill University in Canada, said heart problems and type 2 diabetes were major sources of disability and death.

Experts said people were frequently “ignorant” of the consequences of obesity.

The health problems caused by obesity are well known.

The report, in the Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, used a computer model to take those risks … Read the rest

Robotic Hair Transplant Is a Better Hair Transplant?

By PC- Luis Quiroz Ravines

We all know that about 100 daily hair loss is normal and in the normal development process the hair falls and regrowth in alternate cycles. But when hair loss is sustained and abundant is a cause for concern and alarm. This health condition inherent in the passage of time and other factors Read the rest

Walk Hard. Walk Easy. Repeat.

Via nytimes.com GRETCHEN REYNOLDS

Iinterval-style workouts — brief bouts of very hard exercise broken up by periods of recovery — have been shown to improve the health and fitness of people who exert themselves for only a few minutes a week. Such efficiency is alluring, and has helped this kind of conditioning attract widespread media attention in recent years (including in this column). But high-intensity interval training programs aren’t for everyone. As researchers from Australia and England point out in the December issue of Frontiers in Psychology,“a largely sedentary population” is unlikely to “feel physically capable and sufficiently motivated Read the rest

Could orange juice boost memory? Older people who drank a pint a day saw ‘impressive’ improvements in brain function

Via dailymail.co.uk/health-  BEN SPENCER

  • Drinking 500ml of juice (nearly a pint) a day improved brain performance
  • Memory, reaction time and speech improved by 8% in 2 months
  • Researchers say they do not recommend drinking a pint of juice a day
  • But constituentsof orange juice could provide brain-boosting nutrients

Drinking orange juice every day could help improve the brain power of elderly people, researchers claim.

And it takes less than two months to show marked improvements in memory, speech and reaction times, according to a study.

 Scientists think the results are down to chemicals called flavonoids – a natural substance Read the rest

Beautiful Hair, TIPS from a Dermatologist

Beautiful Hair

By PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines

Beautiful hair ? Which person, man or woman does not want to look healthy and beautiful hair and for achieving it resorted to different options presented to us by the market: women especially subjected to your hair dyes, creams, colorants, hot appliances and various chemical products with the eagerness of achieve a better appearance.

However these products, over time may end up damaging your beautiful hair.

Women don't understand that  hair once damaged cannot auto heal and restore itself, except when grow new hair, said Dr. Zoe D. Draelos, Professor at the … Read the rest

Antidepressant drug ‘helps weight loss’

Via news.bbc.co.uk

Taking antidepressant drugs can help seriously overweight people to lose weight, research suggests.

Obese patients who took a medication called bupropion hydrochloride – a form of which Zyban, is used to help people give up smoking – lost significant amounts of weight over a 24-week period.

However, the medication was also combined with a strict diet and exercise.

Follow-up research showed that the patients who continued taking the medication for another 24 weeks kept the weight off.

A total of 227 patients completed the initial 24 weeks of the course, and 192 completed the full 48 weeks.

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