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Reduced stress is linked to changes in the profile of plasma metabolites

Psychological stress is known to be related to obesity, low rate aggravation, and metabolic disorders. However, the underlying systems remain poorly comprehended. In the...

New tool to identify sleep stages accurately

This opens up new avenues for the diagnostics and treatment of sleep disorders, including obstructive sleep apnoea.

Staying active protects children against type 2 diabetes

Good aerobic fitness does not protect against insulin resistance.

Social media can encourage tourists to make more sustainable choices

Social media is often blamed for creating all kinds of pressure. However, not all social media pressures are necessarily bad, as they can encourage us to behave in a manner that is more sustainable than before.

Food waste in tourism is a bigger issue than previously thought

Providing a perspective on food waste by tourists and tourist households.

Study challenges our understanding of premature ageing

The study offers a new outlook on how mitochondrial dysfunction may contribute to aging by affecting cellular nucleotide pools.

Dietary choline is linked to reduced risk of dementia

Scientists for the first-ever time have observed the health benefits of consuming phosphatidylcholine. A new study by the scientists at the University of Eastern...

Consuming rye is healthy because of an interplay of microbes

Rye is a cereal grain that resembles wheat yet is long and increasingly thin and differs in color from yellowish-brown to grayish-green. Rye offers...

Adequate protein intake is associated with a reduced risk of frailty

Frailty is a common clinical syndrome in older adults that carries an increased risk for poor health outcomes, including falls, incident disability, hospitalization, and...

Dietary cholesterol or egg consumption do not increase the risk of stroke

In the majority of the population, dietary cholesterol affects serum cholesterol levels only a little, and few studies have linked the intake of dietary...

Omega-6 fatty acids may help prevent heart disease

The higher the linoleic acid level in the body, the lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases, according to new study analysing nearly 70,000 people...

Travelers use hotels’ loyalty programmes to get instant perks and rewards

A new study by the University of Eastern Finland shows that numerous travelers are individuals from various loyalty programs, and the job of these projects is...

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