1) How exercise can slow down Parkinson’s disease
By now, it is a known fact that vigorous exercise on a treadmill slows down the progression of Parkinson’s disease in patients. But do we know the molecular reason behind it?
Source: Economic Times
2) Excessive video gaming to be named mental disorder by WHO in 2018
The year 2018 will see World Health Organization (WHO) adding an unexpected name to its list of mental health conditions. According to WHO, from next year, people who play an excessive amount of video games could find themselves diagnosed with “gaming disorder.”
Source: Deccan Chronical
3) Calcium and vitamin D supplements may not protect against bone fractures
According to the study, vitamin D and calcium supplements do not seem to be warranted to prevent bone breaks or hip fractures in those adults. Such supplements had no clear benefit regardless of dose, the gender of the patient, history of fractures or the amount of calcium in the diet.
Source: Washington Post
4) Consuming Excessive Dry Fruits Can Have Adverse Effects On Your Health?
Fibre, fat, and protein dense dry fruits are the perfect alternatives for snacking one can look for while following strict diet regime. But do you know you can overdo it? Read more to find out what happens if you overconsume dry fruits.