The Hans India Health News, Latest The Hans India Health Epaper | Dailyhunt

The Hans India Health News

  • Health

    Are women's and men's protein needs different?

    Protein intake is a widely-discussed issue among those trying to achieve their fitness goals like building muscle mass or muscle loss after intensive fitness training. Since women tend to have lower quantities of lean mass and more fat mass compared to men, boosting protein can sustain the lean mass. It has also been observed that most men are interested in hypertrophy, or a visible increase in the...

    • yesterday
  • Health

    Lotus hospital doctors achieve a rare feat

    A premature baby was born a few weeks ago with a very rare heart disease of having a very slow heart beat. Normally, any unborn baby with a slow heart beat less than 60 / mt is a danger signal to immediately deliver the child as the life is in grave danger. This little baby had a slow heart beat ( 55 - 60 / mt ) right from the first few months of life. The normal heart beat of a newborn at rest is : 120...

    • 2 days ago
  • Health

    Protein intake keeps you healthy

    With hectic lifestyles, meeting deadlines, erratic work hours, nutrition intake is severely impacted. Hence, lifestyle diseases like diabetes, hypertension and others are on the rise and it's time to face some hard facts, says an Indian nutrition expert. The latest survey by the Indian Market Research Bureau (IMRB) to ascertain the levels of protein deficiency and awareness about protein in India showed 73 per...

    • 2 days ago
  • Health

    All you need to know about the vaccination if you're pregnant

    Recently, Covid vaccination drives have started for pregnant patient as well. While pregnant patients are not more prone to the Covid infection when compared to normal persons, it is a well-known that if pregnant woman catches the infection, her condition can deteriorate very fast. As there aren't many studies on the adverse effect of vaccines on pregnant women, one needs to be very...

    • 4 days ago
  • Health

    The amazing benefits of including bee pollen in your diet

    Recent years have seen an influx of health and fitness trends, especially pertaining to diets, making their way into our social media news feeds and our daily lives. More often than not, these trends simply include superfoods that have existed for several years or even decades. These superfoods come with a myriad of benefits and in several cases, are merely being incorporated in...

    • 5 days ago
  • Top Stories

    A guide to steer clear of monsoon diseases

    The monsoon season brings with it a pleasant respite from the hot and scorching summer. The greens become brighter and there is the intoxicating smell of wet earth. Unfortunately, the monsoon also lowers our immunity and brings with it a bevvy of diseases and dangers to our health. One needs to prepare in advance to be able to avoid these. Preeti Goyal, Medical Director, vHealth by Aetna, shares a few...

    • 5 days ago
  • World

    Elderly UK man develops facial palsy after Pfizer jab

    London: A 61-year-old Caucasian man in the UK experienced facial palsy after each dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine, suggesting a strong link between the jab and Bell's palsy, according to the doctors at the National Health Service . Bell's palsy -- a facial nerve palsy of unknown cause, where muscles on one side of the face become weak or paralysed. In the journal BMJ Case...

    • 6 days ago
  • Top Stories

    Covid antibodies persist at least 9 months after infection: Study

    Antibody levels remain high nine months after infection from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, whether symptomatic or asymptomatic, researchers have found. Researchers from the University of Padua (Italy) and the Imperial College London tested more than 85 per cent of the 3,000 residents of Vo' in Italy, in February/March 2020 for infection with SARS-CoV-2 and tested...

    • 6 days ago
  • Health

    A smart way to manage the kitchen

    A smart kitchen assistant app helps users with planning, shopping, and cooking. Saakshi Jain, co-founder of Zelish, suggests a meal plan with recipes can be easily prepared from home. The app understands a user's food preferences such as their likes, dislikes, allergies. After successfully completing the Techstars programme backed by Bosch in Munich, the app was launched in April 2020. Currently, the platform...

    • a week ago
  • Health

    Covid: Psychiatric patients at high risk of hospitalisation, death

    London:The odds of dying or being hospitalised following Covid-19 infection in individuals with psychiatric disorders were found to be twice as high in comparison to persons without mental disorders, finds a study. The study, published in the peer-reviewed journal Lancet Psychiatry, compiled data from 33 studies from 22 countries, comprising 1,469,731 patients with Covid-19, of...

    • a week ago

Loading...

Top