Consuming bananas, avocados, salmon may reduce high-salt effect in women: Study

The study, published in European Heart Journal, found that potassium-rich diets were associated with lower blood pressure, particularly in women with high salt intake Image for representational purpose only. Photo: istock There are many different benefits of consuming fruitsvegetables and seafood on one’s health. In a new study, it has been found that eating bananas, … Read more

Montana Tech women’s basketball coach Carly Sanon resigns | Montana Tech

BUTTE — After eight years at Montana Tech, Carly Sanon’s family – new and old – inspired a change. The Orediggers women’s basketball coach resigned, it was announced Tuesday afternoon. Sanon said she wanted to have more time to spend with her three newly adopted children, and her new job will move her close to … Read more

USA strong at Poljcane Beach Championships

PHOTO: American / Slovenian Tour Members with Slovenian Federation President Suzana Majcen Dvorsak (Back, Center). Courtesy Anthony Wiley SATURDAY, 25 JUNE… Our bout with jet-lag is now officially over. Americans dominated individually and earned the runner up team trophy today at the Poljcane International Beach Wrestling Championship Our Slovenian hosts won the team championship, amassing … Read more

‘Dream On’ documentary chronicles how the 1996 US women’s Olympic team helped launch the WNBA

9:45 AM ET Michelle Close Mechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women’s college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. NEW YORK — A quarter-century after they helped lead the United States women’s basketball team to an Olympic gold rush that … Read more

Maternal health care tips: 4 ways to ensure healthy pregnancies

Though pregnancy is blissful, it can be challenging for many women and there are some pregnant women who tend to have high-risk pregnancies. Here are 4 tips suggested by a doctor to ensure healthy pregnancies …read more Published on Jun 14, 2022 11:48 AM IST 1 / 6 Published on Jun 14, 2022 11:48 AM … Read more

5 practical and preventive tips that can save your life

How to be your own breast cancer advocate Photo: iStock New Delhi: Prevention is better than cure. But prevention begins with knowledge. Women who are at an increased risk of breast cancer may need to start screening earlier or be screened more frequently than women who are considered to be running average risk. Even though … Read more

Pregnancy Has Risks. Without ‘Roe,’ More People Will Face Them

Somehow in the Debate about abortion and the onset of human life, the physical reality of pregnancy has been disregarded. It isn’t just an inconvenient interlude. Pregnancy places a strain on the body, sometimes in life-altering or even perilous ways. It burdens the heart—in a literal sense. If the US Supreme Court overturns Roe v. … Read more

There May Be an Optimal Time of Day For Exercise, But It’s Not The Same For Everybody

Exercise is good for you no matter the time of day, but a new randomized control trial has found breaking a sweat in the morning and the evening might target different parts of the body and mind. Over the course of 12 weeks, 27 healthy and active women and 20 healthy and active men participated … Read more

Tom Brady Shouts Out Maya Brady, UCLA Softball During Capital One’s The Match

Despite trading in the gridiron for the links this week, Tom Brady wasn’t about to overlook what’s going down on the diamond. The seven-time Super Bowl champion and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback participated in the sixth rendition of Capital One’s The Match on Wednesday alongside Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen. The quartet … Read more