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Healthy elderly have gut bacteria similar to 30-year-olds

Toronto, Oct 12, Healthy elderly have gut bacteria similar to 30-year-olds. The key to healthy ageing could be the composition of bacteria in the intestine as researchers have found that people who live longer than usual have gut bacteria similar to 30-year-olds. The researchers studied the gut bacteria in a cohort of more than 1,000

Exercise in young age can avoid serious problems

Exercise in young age can avoid serious problems

Exercising in young age can lead to many serious problems by coming ahead in life. Scientists claiming that this can be avoided like obesity, heart disease and cancer.According to them, the development of bones in childhood and youth is faster. Exercise during this period can help to stay healthy in the old age of life.Alvin

Consume orange to get rid of Dementia

Consume orange to get rid of Dementia

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS You may have heard many times in childhood that an apple a day keeps doctor away. In the recent research, researchers have claimed that having an orange diet daily can increase brain power.Researchers claim that eating an orange daily

Helping Army members celebrate mother’s day at old age home

The young members NGO helping Army celebrated mother’s day at old age home in Model town extension on May 24 (Sunday). The youngsters greeted the elderly women with greeting cards, flowers and gifts. The cake ceremony also marked mother’s day.The gesture of helping Army members brings cheers for elderly women on the ocassion of mother’s

Acquire life skills for good health in old age

London: People with higher scores on life skills — such as emotional stability, determination, control, optimism and conscientiousness — are more likely to experience a broad range of health benefits and positive social outcomes in their old age, a study suggests. The findings showed that people who have more life skills enjoy a range of

Good fitness in midlife cuts risk of stroke in old age

New York: The fitter you are in your midlife, the lesser the chance of you suffering a stroke in old age, says a study led by an Indian-origin researcher, which reinforces the benefits of being physically fit throughout life. The findings showed that those with the highest level of fitness have a 37 per cent

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