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World Hypertension Day 2017: Study Suggests High Incidence of Increased Blood Pressure Among Doctors

World Hypertension Day 2017: Study Suggests High Incidence of Increased Blood Pressure Among Doctors

Hypertension continues to affect millions across the world and leads to close to 7 million premature death every year globally. The World Health Organisation describes blood pressure as “the force of blood against the artery walls as it circulates through the body. High blood pressure or hypertension is the constant pumping of blood through blood [...]

May 18, 2017 Loknath Das Health Comments Off on World Hypertension Day 2017: Study Suggests High Incidence of Increased Blood Pressure Among Doctors

Skinny Women Are At a Increased Risk of Depression

Skinny Women Are At a Increased Risk of Depression

We have come across umpteen reports linking obesity to depression. Compared with normal weight adolescents, obese adolescents have a higher prevalence of mental health problems, self-esteem, anxiety, depressive disorders, due to their body image issues. According to a new study things aren’t as picture perfect in the other side of the spectrum too. A significant [...]

April 25, 2017 Loknath Das Health Comments Off on Skinny Women Are At a Increased Risk of Depression

Increased plant protein in diet reduces risk of death, study says

Increased plant protein in diet reduces risk of death, study says

Studies have been showing for some time that eating too much meat — especially red meat — is bad for health, with researchers now reporting that replacing a small amount of animal protein with proteins from plants can reduce the risk of death from all causes. Replacing 3 percent of dietary protein from animal products [...]

August 3, 2016 Saheli Health Comments Off on Increased plant protein in diet reduces risk of death, study says

ACE Survey Finds Increased Focus Among College Presidents on Campus Racial Climate

ACE Survey Finds Increased Focus Among College Presidents on Campus Racial Climate

Campus racial climate has become a larger priority for college and university presidents and their institutions, finds a new national online survey by ACE’s Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS). The survey is the first in CPRS’ Pulse Point series, short surveys of college and university presidents on timely higher education topics. A full [...]

March 10, 2016 Saheli Education Comments Off on ACE Survey Finds Increased Focus Among College Presidents on Campus Racial Climate