med diet good for heart
Heart patients have a reason to cheer; they can indulge in junk food without tension. A study at the University of Auckland in New Zealand has linked consumption of fatty food with high Mediterranean diet to be less risky. They found that those eating a typically Mediterranean diet—rich in fruits, vegetables, fresh fish and unrefined food—had a lower risk of heart attack and stroke. The study, published in the European Heart Journal, considered 15,000 people with heart disease from 39 countries.
acne leads to suicide
Acne on the face or body can lead to low self-esteem and bullying of sufferers. According to a British Skin Foundation research, it was found that nearly 20 per cent of people who suffered from acnes have considered suicide, while an equal number experienced a break-up in relationships and nearly 60 per cent faced verbal abuse. Hence, campaigners are calling for greater support and wants society to consider acne as a serious condition.