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Opting for bicycle could lower your risk for type 2 diabetes: Research

Opting for bicycle could lower your risk for type 2 diabetes: Research

According to a latest research, the decision of going on two wheels instead of four may decrease your risk for type 2 diabetes. The study discovered that people who bike to office or cycle for fun face lesser chances of getting the illness.

Danish Study team links Rosacea to Higher Parkinson’s disease Risk

Danish Study team links Rosacea to Parkinson’s disease Risk

Individuals suffering from Rosacea, a chronic inflammatory skin condition, have been found at higher risk of Parkinson’s disease. A study conducted on Danish population has found a link between occurrence of Rosacea and increased risk of Parkinson’s disease but the research team indicated that further research would be required to clearly establish the link. The study has been published in the journal JAMA Neurology.

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New Analysis of Egtved Girl reveals More Information

While exploring a burial mound near the small village of Egtved, Denmark in 1921, archaeologists came across a grave of a girl, who was between 16 and 18 years old at the time of her death.

There was not much left of the girl, some hair, nails, teeth, skin and brain. Researchers have conducted an analysis of the remains of the girl and it unveiled significant information about her.

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Excessive Exercise Can Kill You: Danish Study

Excessive Exercise Can Kill You: Danish Study

A Danish health study has figured out that light jogging is best for health. The study was published in the journal of the American College of Cardiology.

The study has pointed out that light and moderate joggers have lower death rates as compared to the people who don't jog at all. They were considered as sedentary.

The study has suggested the fact that there comes a time when physical exertion actually becomes detrimental. The researchers noted that intense exercise can affect the cardiovascular system. They found that over time strenuous jogging can harm the heart.

Commonly Used Antibiotic Clarithromycin Linked to Higher Risk of Cardiac Deaths

Commonly Used Antibiotic Clarithromycin Linked to Higher Risk of Cardiac Deaths

A recent research has suggested a link between a commonly used antibiotic called clarithromycin and a higher risk of cardiac death.

For the research, a group of Danish experts examined around 160,000 people across Denmark. They were all aged between 40 and 74 years and all of them were prescribed a seven-day course of clarithromycin. The data of these 160,000 people was compared to that of 4.3 million who received penicillin V - the third most commonly prescribed antibiotic in England.

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