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Climate change worsens neurological diseases and mental health disorders: Study

As the world heats up due to climate change, a new study from University College London explores how extreme temperatures impact neurological conditions.

Researchers warn of worsening neurological health due to climate change and extreme weather events.(Freepik)
Published on May 16, 2024 08:04 AM IST
Bloomberg | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri

Teaspoon of olive oil may lower risk of dementia-related death: Harvard study

Replacing 5 grams a day intake of mayonnaise and vanaspati with olive oil in equal amounts may lower risk of death due to dementia by 14% and 8% respectively.

Teaspoon of olive oil intake may lower risk of dementia-related death, Harvard study suggests (Photo by EatPlant-Based)
Published on May 09, 2024 02:20 PM IST
PTI | | Posted by Zarafshan Shiraz, New Delhi

Best jobs for brain longevity: 6 mentally stimulating jobs to prevent dementia

Being in a mentally-taxing job isn't that bad after all. A new research says, it could save you from cognitive decline and dementia.

There are certain jobs that are more mentally stimulating than others requiring more research, brain work, thinking skills, and problem-solving capabilities.(Freepik)
Published on Apr 30, 2024 08:28 PM IST
By, New Delhi

This diabetes drug can slow down worsening of Parkinson's disease

Diabetes drug lixisenatide could slow down progression of Parkinson's disease, a development that's considered a significance step in the disease's management.

Studies have shown connection between diabetes and Parkinson's disease. People who have both the disorders, register rapid deterioration in symptoms compared to those who just suffer from Parkinson's. (Freepik)
Published on Apr 05, 2024 11:41 AM IST
By, New Delhi

Karine Jean-Pierre abruptly ends interview over ‘offensive question' about Biden

Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, abruptly ended an interview when the host questioned her about Joe Biden's mental health.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks during a press briefing at the White House. (AP)
Published on Mar 27, 2024 10:27 PM IST
ByNikhita Mehta
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