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Adults who exercise 2-4 times a week have a lower mortality risk: Study

In a study with more than 100,000 participants over a 30-year follow-up period, it was shown that people who exercise two to four times as much as is now recommended each week have a much lower risk of mortality. 

Study says, adults who exercise 2-4 times a week have a lower mortality risk
Study says, adults who exercise 2-4 times a week have a lower mortality risk
Updated on Jul 28, 2022 06:14 PM IST
ANI | | Posted by Akanksha Agnihotri, Washington [us]

Heat spells set to raise mortality, say experts

Heatwave spells will almost certainly increase mortality and morbidity, degrade ecosystems, lead to crop failure and loss of productivity and economic output.

Commuters use scarves to shield themselves from the heat while riding a two-wheeler in Prayagraj. (PTI)
Commuters use scarves to shield themselves from the heat while riding a two-wheeler in Prayagraj. (PTI)
Updated on May 17, 2022 02:16 AM IST
ByJayashree Nandi

Are human gut microbiota, health and mortality connected? Yes, says new study

A recent study conducted by the University of Turku and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare shed light on the connection between gut microbiota in humans and health and mortality.

Study examines connection between human gut microbiota, health and mortality(Unsplash)
Study examines connection between human gut microbiota, health and mortality(Unsplash)
Published on May 16, 2021 12:17 PM IST
ANI | , Turku

What’s your life expectancy? This tool lets you find out

The actual number of years a person could expect to live for depends on a range of socio-economic factors, health conditions, climate, etc.

The life expectancy is bound to differ across states as well. (File photo by Aalok Soni/Hindustan Times)
The life expectancy is bound to differ across states as well. (File photo by Aalok Soni/Hindustan Times)
Updated on Sep 28, 2020 08:47 PM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By

Skin cancer deaths rising in men but static or even declining in women

Skin cancer deaths among men have soared in wealthy nations since 1985, with mortality rates among women rising more slowly or even declining, according to new research.

Men are ‘less likely to protect themselves from the sun’ or heed public health warnings, said the research. (Shutterstock)
Men are ‘less likely to protect themselves from the sun’ or heed public health warnings, said the research. (Shutterstock)
Published on Nov 05, 2018 04:00 PM IST
Paris | ByAgence France-Presse
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