When you are a mother, one of the basic things you should keep in mind is looking after your health. Young modern mothers who seem to have no time for themselves should look after their health and keep trim too. If you are a young mother and have no alone time for yourself, you should make sure that you to look after your health.

 

Healthy adults do not need to take vitamin D supplements, suggests a study in The Lancet which found they had no beneficial effect on bone density, a sign of osteoporosis. University of Auckland researchers analysed 23 studies involving more than 4,000 healthy people.

The New Zealand research team conducted a meta-analysis of all randomised trials examining the effects of vitamin D supplementation on bone mineral density in healthy adults up to July 2012.

 

Eye care is very important during monsoon season. For some people monsoon is very enjoyable time. They love to get drench in rain water especially after scorching heat. Some of the common eye problems during monsoon are conjunctivitis, eye styes, dry eyes, corneal ulcers.

A little care can go a long way in preventing infections and keep your eyes healthy so that you can enjoy the rains during monsoon.

 

As I said earlier, even simple walking is beneficial for health. Now it is proved with research evidence that people who walk to work are around 40 per cent less likely to have diabetes as those who drive.

Researchers at Imperial College London and University College London examined how various health indicators related to how people get to work, using data from a survey of 20,000 people across the UK.