Breast cancer in men: risks, symptoms and diagnosis

BEYOND Pink App | Oct 15 2019

All people are born with a small amount of breast tissue consisting of milk producing glands that carry milk to the nipples and fat. During puberty, women begin developing more breast tissue while men do not. Men can develop breast cancer as they are born with a small amount of breast tissue. Symptoms include lump in the breast and severe bone pain.

Why breast milk is the best choice for babies, study finds

BEYOND Pink App | Oct 13 2019

A study published in the journal Scientific Report explains why breast milk is better than cow's milk and formula. Breast milk has antibodies that are vital for the baby's immune system. A small molecule called glycerol monolaurate (GML) provides anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties too. Breast milk has GML in higher concentration too.

How to change your workplace to reduce burnout

BEYOND Pink App | Oct 12 2019

A study published in the American Journal of Health Promotion says that talks about mental health are vital to employee's well-being and productivity. When employees perceive their company as caring and as being concerned about their health, productivity levels increase. A culture in which employees are empathetic to each other also helps.

Can sleep with artificial lights on lead to weight gain?

BEYOND Pink App | Oct 11 2019

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says that women who slept with artificial lights including the light from TV and Phone were at increased risk of weight gain and obesity. They are also more likely to have less sleep, take longer to fall asleep, wake up in the middle of the night, and take day time naps.

Early menopause may increase risk of cardiovascular issues

BEYOND Pink App | Oct 07 2019

Women who attain menopause before reaching 50 years of age have a bigger risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. Researchers from the University of Queensland did the study which found out that smoking and obesity is linked with early menopause which is linked with resulting cardiovascular issues. This issue can be prevented with early diagnosis.

The right amount of water to lose weight

BEYOND Pink App | Oct 07 2019

Drinking enough water will help you lose weight by reducing energy intake and increasing satiety. Studies show that water helps boost metabolism through thermogenesis and breaks down more fat. It also prevents overeating. Drinking about 2200 ml water will be enough for women. But those who work out regularly should add 900 ml more to the lot.