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Last Updated Wednesday August 16 2017 10:57 PM IST

RESEARCH

A supportive partner may be your reason to success

The findings showed a supportive spouse encourages his or her partner to embrace life opportunities by expressing enthusiasm about the opportunity while also reassuring and talking about the potential benefits of taking on the challenge.

Here's why women are more empathatic

The study findings of increased prefrontal cortex blood flow in women compared to men may explain why women tend to exhibit greater strengths in the areas of empathy, intuition, collaboration, self-control, and appropriate concern.

Troubled by bowel disease? Try eating chocolates

Consuming protein rich foods may foster a more tolerant and less inflammatory gut environment, which could mean relief for people living with abdominal pain and diarrhoea of inflammatory bowel disease.

Fight symptoms of depression with Yoga

If you are suffering from depression, yoga can complement traditional therapies and help reduce the symptoms of the mental disorder, researchers claim.

23% of heart failure patients die within a year of diagnosis

New Delhi: In India, 23 percent of heart failure patients die within one year of diagnosis, a study revealed on Tuesday, adding that the country is next to Africa where the rate stands at 34 percent. Of the total deaths, 46 percent were due to cardiac issues, while non-cardiac causes led to 16

Depression may alter brain structure

The findings showed that alterations were found in parts of the brain known as white matter, which contains fiber tracts that enable brain cells to communicate with one another by electrical signals.

Here's why chocolates are good for elderly

Chocolate's benefits can be attributed to cocoa bean, which is its main ingredient and a rich source of flavanols-a class of natural compounds that has neuroprotective effects.

Gut bacteria may help slow aging

Further experiments showed that some of the bacterial mutants increased longevity by acting on some of the worm's known processes linked to aging.

Hot weather may up gestational diabetes

Pregnant women should not expose themselves to temperatures averaging 24 degrees Celsius or above, as they would run the risk of developing gestational diabetes, researchers warned.

Brain games may not make you smarter: study

The researchers suggested that to improve cognitive function, people should better get some aerobic exercise rather than sitting in front of the computer playing these games.

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