Health News on September 27, 2011
Exercising pregnant women protect offspring against neurodegenerative diseases
Working out during pregnancy will reduce the chances of unborn baby developing neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's, later in life, says a new study. ANI
Vitamin B12 deficiency 'tied to brain shrinkage, cognitive problems'
A new study has found that elderly individuals with low level of vitamin B12 in their blood are at a higher risk of brain shrinkage and losing their cognitive skills. ANI
Morning exercise before work boosts productivity, paycheques
A new study has found that hitting the gym or jogging before work can lead to greater productivity, reduced stress levels and even higher pays. ANI
High BP 'ups risk of developing and dying from cancer'
Suffering from high blood pressure? Then you are at a higher risk of developing and dying of cancer, warns a study - the largest of its kind - on the issue. ANI