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Eating Beans Could Aid in Cancer Prevention, Treatment

Eating Beans Could Aid in Cancer Prevention, Treatment

TEHRAN (ANA)- A new study by the University of Texas revealed that incorporating navy beans into the diet of colorectal cancer survivors can significantly improve gut microbiome health, emphasizing the potential role of diet in cancer treatment and prevention.
Children Are as Fit as Endurance Athletes

Children Are as Fit as Endurance Athletes

TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers discover how young children seem to run around all day without getting tired: their muscles resist fatigue and recover in the same way as elite endurance athletes.
Physical Exercise Boosts Motor Learning, Remembering

Physical Exercise Boosts Motor Learning, Remembering

TEHRAN (ANA)- Violinists, surgeons and gamers can benefit from physical exercise both before and after practicing their new skills and the same holds true for anyone seeking to improve their fine motor skills, a new research from the University of Copenhagen showed.
Eating Late Can Change How You Burn Calories, Store Fat

Eating Late Can Change How You Burn Calories, Store Fat

TEHRAN (ANA)- A study by Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston suggests eating later in the day can directly impact our biological weight regulation in three key ways: through the number of calories that we burn; our hunger levels; and the way our bodies store fat.
Crash Diet Could Be Seriously Bad Idea for Weight Loss

Crash Diet Could Be Seriously Bad Idea for Weight Loss

TEHRAN (ANA)- Those trying to kick-start their weight loss or perhaps wanting to lose a few pounds before a big event or holiday may be tempted to try a crash diet and while it's true that in order to lose weight you need to eat fewer calories than your body uses each day, in reality crash diets may actually work against you – and may make weight loss more difficult.
Filling Data Gaps to Assess Role of Education in Fertility Decline

Filling Data Gaps to Assess Role of Education in Fertility Decline

TEHRAN (ANA)-The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) researchers have introduced an innovative methodology for reconstructing data on fertility and education, particularly in developing countries with inconsistent or unreliable data sets.
People Living in Green Areas Seem to Age Slower at Cellular Level

People Living in Green Areas Seem to Age Slower at Cellular Level

TEHRAN (ANA)- New research by North Carolina State University may have found a potential explanation for some of these benefits: People living in areas surrounded by nature tend to have younger biological ages.
New Research Links Heading in Soccer to Significant Decline in Brain Function

New Research Links Heading in Soccer to Significant Decline in Brain Function

TEHRAN (ANA)- New research by Columbia University reveals that frequent soccer heading can lead to changes in brain structure and function, mirroring mild traumatic brain injuries and affecting cognitive performance.
Benefits of Adolescent Fitness to Future Cardiovascular Health Possibly Overestimated

Benefits of Adolescent Fitness to Future Cardiovascular Health Possibly Overestimated

TEHRAN (ANA)- There is a well-known relationship between good physical fitness at a young age and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease later in life, however, when researchers at Karolinska Institutet adjusted for familial factors by means of sibling analysis, they found a weaker association, although the link between high body mass index (BMI) and cardiovascular disease remained strong.
Study Highlights Harmful Impact of Social Media on Adolescent Health

Study Highlights Harmful Impact of Social Media on Adolescent Health

TEHRAN (ANA)- Social media use is associated with risky health behaviours in young people, including increased alcohol, drug and tobacco use, anti-social behavior, risky sexual behaviors and gambling, a team of international researchers warned recently.
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