Tag: Health Tips

20 Tips to look Young and Healthy

Ageing is a serious problem for women who are 30 or 35 plus.. in case  you are worried about your growing age, and want to avoid ageing problems like wrinkles and fine lines, check out these tips and stay young and healthy forever..

1. Sleep

Sleep is very important for good health and for healthy skin. If you want to attain and retain fresh and soft skin, take 6-8 hours sleep daily. Enough sleep helps to regulate your body’s metabolism and a natural way to remain young.

2. Exercise

Regular exercise is must to have a good health. If you do exercise daily, your body will remain active and function properly.

3. Olives as anti aging source

Green Olives has natural potential to fight against ageing factors, eat olives daily  to look younger.

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Foods in Summer Fairs and Festivals are Irresistible,But be Careful if You Have Suffered Food Allergy Reaction in The Past

11.jpgYeah, it’s quite difficult to turn down the sight and smell of food in different summer fairs and festivals. But, according to American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAI), people must take intensive care and keep themselves away from such foods, if they have food allergies.

Dr. Amal H. Assa’ad who is chairman of the Adverse Reactions to Food Committee says in this regard that there are many unanswerable questions about preparations, potential cross-toxicities and ingredients and if they remain unanswered, they may lead to an allergic reaction.

There are more than 150 anaphylaxis-related deaths in the U.S. every year and mostly it occurs because of food allergies. Mostly,

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Specific Form of Beta-Amyloid May Cause Alzheimer’s,Results of a New Research Suggest.

5.jpgA new clue to the cause of Alzheimer’s disease has been discovered by the researchers. A sticky protein known as beta-amyloid, clutter the brains of people that have memory-robbing form of dementia. But this is still a riddle whether this sticky protein is a side effect or a cause of the disease. Tangles of a protein known as tau are also involved in this procedure, some scientists considering it a cause.

Injecting rats with a specific kind of beta-amyloid, the researchers caused Alzheimer’s symptoms in them. The researchers noted that other kinds of beta-amyloid when injected to the rats, it didn’t cause illness in them. It shows that some people have beta-amyloid plaque in their brains but don’t have symptoms of the disease.

These findings were reported in online issue of the journal

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