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Feeling fatigued and sleepy whole day? Get your Vitamin D levels...

Losing weight and feeling tired and low constantly? Get your Vitamin D levels checked right away! You will not believe it but Vitamin D...

5 Early signs you have a calcium deficiency

Calcium is widely found in the human body. While bones and teeth are home to 99 percent of the body’s calcium levels, remaining 1...

6 Surprising reasons you are gaining weight

Hogging onto junk food, physical inactivity, slouching in front of the T.V. or computer, extended hours of work at your desk et al are...

Vitamin D enhnaces mood, eases pain in diabetic women

The role of vitamin D, the so called 'sunshine vitamin' in the prevention of various ills is well known, now a new study claims...

Can depression speed up the ageing process?

It’s a well known fact that depression can have a devastating impact on a variety of emotional, physical, social and mental processes of life!...

Pasta fuels depression in women – study

Eating too much pasta, the Italian delicacy, may spur the risk of depression, especially in women, researchers have found. The study, conducted by the researchers...

Depression twice more likely in children with brain injuries

Head injury spurs the incidence of depression in adults. But traumatic brain injuries suffered during childhood and its effect on neurological disorders was unclear…until...

Migraine raises risk of depression, suicidal ideation

Suffering from frequent migraines is devastating. But what’s more damaging is that these debilitating headaches can double the risk of depression. According to the findings...

Unhealthy diet spurs depression in middle-aged men – Study

Middle aged men who eat a lot of junk food are at a higher risk of suffering from depression in old age, a new...

‘Stress protein’ linked to Alzheimer’s progression

High levels of stress-related protein may also fuel Alzheimer’s disease, researchers have found. According to the findings of a new study, a stress-related protein, called...