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New wearable device can track your <strong>diet</strong>

New wearable device can track your diet

10 Nov 2014

Washington: Monitoring your diet is about to get a whole lot easier, thanks to a new device that automatically tracks what you eat.

Diet,   Dr Edward Sazonov,   Computer engineering,   University of Alabama,   Sensor,   Wearable devices ,  
New wearable device can track your <strong>diet</strong>

New wearable device can track your diet

10 Nov 2014

Washington: Monitoring your diet is about to get a whole lot easier, thanks to a new device that automatically tracks what you eat. Sensors and software used to track physical activity are increasingly popular, as smartphones and their apps become more powerful and sophisticated, but, when it comes to food, they all rely on the user to report meals.

wearable device,   diet,   smartphones,   obesity,   eating disorders,   energy intake,  
Vitamin B negates pesticide effects on fertility: Study

Vitamin B negates pesticide effects on fertility: Study

06 Jan 2015

New York: Exposure to a common pesticide used to kill mosquitoes can increase the risk of early miscarriage in women, but those who have adequate levels of vitamin B in their bodies stay protected, new research says.

miscarriage in women,   vitamin B,   fertility,   woman's health,   miscarriage,   vitamins,   healthy diet,   health food,   pregnancy,  
<strong>Taking</strong> up concerns on Brahmaputra river with China: Government to Rajya Sabha

Taking up concerns on Brahmaputra river with China: Government to Rajya Sabha

11 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India has urged China to ensure that interests of downstream states are not harmed by any activities in upstream areas of the Brahmaputra river, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.

Brahmaputra river,   China,   Rajya Sabha,   Indian government,   Minister of State for External Affairs,   V K Singh,  
High-fat <strong>diet</strong> may postpone brain ageing

High-fat diet may postpone brain ageing

06 Nov 2014

London: Danish researchers have found that signs of brain ageing, which manifests itself in forms such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, could be postponed if placed on a high-fat diet.

High-fat diet,   brain ageing,   Alzheimer's,   Parkinson's,   DNA Cockayne syndrome,  
Soft drinks may age you as fast as smoking

Soft drinks may age you as fast as smoking

17 Oct 2014

New York: Daily consumption of half-a-litre of sugared  soda is linked with 4.6 years of additional biological aging, effects comparable to that of smoking, finds a new study.

Soft drinks,   smoking,   biological aging,   DNA,   drinking soda,   sugar-sweetened sodas,   ,  
Sharp rise in bad loans; banks <strong>taking</strong> action: Government

Sharp rise in bad loans; banks taking action: Government

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Concerned over sharp rise in bad loans, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said banks are taking a number of steps against willful defaulters to recover the loans.

Arun Jaitley,   Government ,   NPA,   Indian economy,   Finance Minister,  
Government <strong>taking</strong> various steps to curb malnutrition: Maneka Gandhi

Government taking various steps to curb malnutrition: Maneka Gandhi

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Various efforts, including training programmes for anganwadi workers, are being taken up by the government to tackle the problem of malnutrition problem, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.

Maneka Gandhi,   malnutrition cases in India,   anganwadi,   Lok Sabha,   Women and Child Development Minister,   Sneha Shivir,  
Mom's socio-economic background predicts baby's <strong>diet</strong>

Mom's socio-economic background predicts baby's diet

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Dietary patterns in babies start developing as early as 6 and 12 months of age and depend on the mother's socio-economic background, according to a new study.

Mom,   socio-economic background,   baby's diet,   babies,   dietary patterns,   children,   mothers,  
Healthy <strong>diet</strong> for infants prevents obesity later

Healthy diet for infants prevents obesity later

31 Oct 2014

New York: If you do not want your baby to grow up into an overweight adult, make sure you feed him or her healthy diet from the very first year, a study suggests.

Healthy diet,   infants,   obesity,   baby,   overweight adult,   body mass index,   eating habits,  

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