Eat right: According to nutritionist Janvi Chitalia, a diet full of whole food, plant-based ingredients, vegetables, lentils and beans is the secret to a healthy heart. “The fibre found in whole foods helps protect against stroke,” she adds. A healthy diet will ensure that your arteries are functioning well and thus reduce your risk of stroke. According to a 2018 study, reducing stress and adding green leafy vegetables can help reduce risk of stroke. … [Read more...] about Healthy diet, exercise key to keeping your stroke risk low, say experts
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While this may not seem like much, "It's not insignificant, it's contributing to your total calorie intake for a day," said study researcher Samara Joy Nielsen, a nutritional epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And close to 20 percent of men and 6 percent of women consume more than 300 calories from alcohol daily, Nielsen said. … [Read more...] about Drinking in Calories: Alcohol Adds 100 a Day
Rimington is a surprisingly informal and warm presence, giving hardly a clue in her manner of her former power. Others worry about her security, but she doesn't. If she does venture out for lunch it will almost always be to a gastro pub for which she is spoilt for choice near both her homes. She likes this one because it is "cosy, unfussy and they have kept the original fixtures" and orders decisively the asparagus and salmon with nicoise salad, and a glass of sauvignon blanc. "The nature of my career has made me wary of social things," she says. "Initially, there was the need to not tell people what you did. You would slightly dread the question because you know you would have to make up some story." … [Read more...] about Stella Rimington: the day I met the KGB
Similarly, the last 12 months in Burkina Faso have seen increasing attacks including the burning of schools and kidnapping of teachers “forcing 2,500 schools to shut down, depriving hundreds of thousands of children from education,” Gamba said. … [Read more...] about The Latest: South Korea stays in downward infection trend
11. Don’t apply cosmetic cream or ointments over wounds Avoid applying cosmetic creams or ointments over open or burnt wounds as they may cause severe infections due to the ingredients present in them. Also, these creams can form a layer on the wounds and prevent the healing. … [Read more...] about World First Aid Day 2020: Common First Aid Mistakes To Avoid