Heart-healthy diet linked to bigger brain volume, reveals new research

Five simple things women can do to take better care of their heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for Americans. It’s especially of concern for women, because their symptoms can be different from men’s, according to the American Heart Association. For the first time, the American Heart Association released on Monday a statement specifically looking at the known science of women’s heart attacks. Get some […]

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30 is the new 40

With our fast paced and stressful life, our body is ageing faster than it should. The wear and tear is causing our bodies to breakdown quicker than what is expected. The result – 30 is the new 40. If you have turned 30 or likely to turn 30 years of age soon, keep an eye […]

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Star Japanese Olympic swimmer diagnosed with leukaemia

Rikako Ikee holds multiple national records, including the 100-meter butterfly. She won six gold medals at last year’s Asian Games and was named the meet’s best swimmer. She had been expected to do well at her home Olympics next year. Ikee returned home early from training in Australia. Around 2PM local time on Tuesday, she […]

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Women’s brains are 3 years biologically ‘younger’ than men’s, reveals study

You’ve heard of being ‘young at heart,’ but what about young in the brain? A new study suggests that, by at least one measure, women’s brains are biologically younger than men’s of the same age. The researchers analysed brain scans of more than 200 adults, specifically looking at a measure of the brain’s metabolism that’s […]

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#WorldCancerDay: The ovarian cancer symptom most women don’t know about

Only a third of women would see a doctor when they experience a major symptom of ovarian cancer, according to the charity Target Ovarian Cancer. When faced with persistent bloating, 34% of 1,142 women questioned by YouGov said they would visit their general physician. Half said they would change their diet by doing things like […]

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