728 x 90



  • Exercise ‘improves memory in heart failure patients’0

    Two-thirds of patients with heart failure have cognitive problems, according to research by the University of Rome. Heart failure patients who walked further in a six-minute test, which shows better fitness, as well as those who were younger and more highly educated, were significantly less likely to have cognitive impairment. The results suggest that fitter patients

    READ MORE
  • Exercise ‘improves memory in heart failure patients’

    Exercise ‘improves memory in heart failure patients’0

    Two-thirds of patients with heart failure have cognitive problems, according to research by the University of Rome. Heart failure patients who walked further in a six-minute test, which shows better fitness, as well as those who were younger and more highly educated, were significantly less likely to have cognitive impairment. The results suggest that fitter patients

    READ MORE
  • Mindfulness improves mental health of students

    Mindfulness improves mental health of students0

    Mental health amongst university students could be improved by introducing mindfulness training. These are the findings from the first UK study, published in Education Research International, to measure the efficacy of mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT) on students. Recent evidence suggests that university students are more likely to develop mental health problems when compared with

    READ MORE
  • Recession fears hit global markets, but German morale improves – business live0

    Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as markets are hit by anxiety over the global economy Latest: German business morale has picked up… ..but German factories still struggle Introduction: Asian markets slide amid recession worries Full story: Markets rocked by recession worries European markets fall Why ‘Inverted’ yield curve raises recession fears

    READ MORE
  • Eating healthily ‘significantly improves mood’

    Eating healthily ‘significantly improves mood’0

    There is a positive association between the quantity of fruit and vegetables consumed and people’s self-reported mental well-being, according to new research by the university of Leeds. The findings indicate that eating just one extra portion of fruit and vegetables a day could have an equivalent effect on mental well-being as around 8 extra days

    READ MORE