BSU to host online conference on promoting healthy lifestyle among students

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MINSK, 6 October (BelTA) – The two-day online international research conference to discuss ways to promote a healthy lifestyle among students will kick off at Belarusian State University (BSU) on 8 October, BelTA learned from the BSU press service.

Taking part in the conference will be around 40 students, researchers, university teachers, and representatives of educational institutions and healthcare facilities of Belarus and Ukraine. “Specialists will discuss cultural, environmental, social, and psychological factors related to the promotion of a healthy lifestyle among the youth, its cultural and historical traditions, and the use of information technology in physical culture and sport. The program also includes presentations of research on students’ Internet addiction, professional diseases of IT specialists, and advantages of taking martial arts classes in the educational process,” the press service said.

The forum will be divided into six sections. The discussions will be held on the website of

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Soumya Gayatri Inspires Women to Stay Fit And Healthy And Enjoy A Great Lifestyle – Press Release

Soumya Gayatri shows Indian women how to lose weight fast even while enjoying Indian foods.

Soumya Gayatri, the weight loss specialist has created a proven weight loss system that allows Indian women to lose weight fast and without having to make any major food sacrifices. Women battling weight problems can use the solutions offered by Soumya to gain back their desired body contours.

“As I was the only one in my family put on weight despite getting very sick, I would just curse myself and my body and I always wondered why I didn’t lose weight ever,” says Soumya Gayatri while speaking about how she battled weight issues from an early age. “After I graduated from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, I knew that I had one mission – to make women feel their best. My focus was on helping Indian women lose weight without having to give up their

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Lifestyle living and a healthy income awaits the new owners of this stunning Highland site

How do you fancy owning your own wee “village” and making a bit of money at the same time?

Close to the shores of bonnie Loch Linnhe in the Highland village of Onich, near Fort William, is a stunning site that’s home to a fabulous family home, four self-catering cottages and two good-sized caravans.

The site, which has the feel of a lovely, private village, can be easily accessed by tourists and offers unspoiled views of Loch Linnhe and Beinn a’Bheithir. With people choosing UK staycations instead of holidays abroad following lockdown – a trend that looks likely to continue for some time – there is a healthy income to be made from premium sites such as Cuilcheanna and Cuilcheanna Cottages, which are being marketed by agents Bell Ingram.

Cuilcheanna is a wonderful five-bedroom family home set in 0.11 acres of land and attractively decorated. It’s on the market at

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Call for healthy lifestyle as Rwanda celebrates World Heart Day | The New Times

When Marie-Justine Uwizeye weighed 150kgs she suffered from hypertension until she joined Slim n’ Fit, a weight loss program, and lost 42kgs that her health returned to normal.

Louise Ingabire, last year, developed complications with breathing and fatigue. It was not until she developed chronic cough that she went for check-up and was diagnosed with heart disease by Team Heart.


“Some heart problems are not as a result of obesity like many people think. People should listen to their bodies and go for regular check-up, live a healthy lifestyle and exercise,” she said.


This was the message put across, as Rwanda celebrated the World Heart Day, themed “Using our Hearts to fight heart diseases.”


Francois Uwinkindi, head of Non-Communicable Diseases division at Rwanda Biomedical Center highlighted that lack of physical exercise, poor diet and excessive consumption of alcohol, tobacco smoking are the leading reasons for heart problems.

“Reducing chances of

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6 ways to make medicine time less stressful for kids, Lifestyle News

Getting children to take their medicine, especially horrible-tasting syrups and tablets, can be very stressful and traumatic for everyone, especially the poor child concerned.

But since medicine is a necessary evil, there are a few things you can do that might help medicine time feel like a less scarring experience for everyone.

1. Explain why taking the medicine is important

If your child is old enough to understand, help him understand why he needs to take the medicine and that taking it would mean he could go back to school and playing with his friends as usual.

Sometimes children don’t make that connection, especially when they don’t like the taste of the medicine, so help them realise that.

2. Choose a less stressful form of medication


Choose your battles wisely. Some medications are available in different forms, so if you do have a choice, take the less stressful option when

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Bashkiria has improved its performance in healthy lifestyle regions ranking // Society

Over the year, Bashkortostan has significantly improved its indicators in the ranking of Russian regions in a healthy lifestyle among the population. In 2019, the republic was ranked 21st in the study (71.6 points). In 2018, Bashkiria was on the 29th line of the rating.

Eight indicators were analyzed that characterize various areas of the research topic: the share of the population engaged in physical culture and sports; consumption of tobacco products; sale of alcohol; the number of identified persons committed crimes under the influence of alcohol and drug substances; mortality from accidental alcohol poisoning and the proportion of those employed at work with harmful and (or) hazardous working conditions.

The rating was calculated according to the data of Rosstat, the Prosecutor General’s Office, and the Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation.

According to RIA Novosti, the regions of the south of Russia have become the rating leaders for

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How small changes to your lifestyle could reduce your risk of cancer

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Merriam Webster says the word “diet” comes from the Greek word diaeta which means “way of living”, and small changes in your day to day – that could change your life.

Dr. Kosj Yamoah is a physician scientist at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, Florida.

He’s spent years studying prostate cancer patients and encourages us all to think of healthy living as a way to prepare your body to fight.

“Our bodies serves as a host, and the host can be healthy enough to fight disease.”

Let’s take a cellular look at how what you eat helps to fight disease.

The Prostate Cancer Foundation says certain nutrients help to prevent cell damage that can lead to cancer.

You find those foods like fruits, vegetables, seeds and beans, and they can help to reduce your risk of cancer.

That includes avoiding foods like processed meats, and artificial

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Small steps matter; try these things for a healthy lifestyle

Most people have an excuse as to what to do when there is no time to talk about fitness. But we manage this time easily when there are any health-related problems. But this is wrong, why wait for such things to keep yourself fit? You only need to spare an hour to stay fit. Our success depends on fitness somewhere. Fitness is necessary for a good life, so start with small things.

To stay fit, use the stairs to climb several floors. This causes good exercise of the feet. Even to reduce obesity, it is better to climb stairs several times a day than doing all other exercises. Apart from this, it will also be appropriate for your heart. 

If you save 15 minutes in a half-hour lunch break, you can walk. If you are having breakfast then lunch on yoghurt, fruits, vegetables or nuts. This time can be used … Read More

‘Exercise, healthy lifestyle key to fighting prostate cancer’

Dayo Ojerinde

To avoid the risk of contracting prostate cancer, a Urologist, Dr Svs Rao, has urged men to engage in regular exercise, maintain a healthy weight and avoid smoking.

Rao, who was the guest lecturer at the World Prostate Cancer Awareness seminar and screening organised by Rotary club District 9110, Nigeria also advised men to eat more vegetables, reduce the consumption of red meat and rely on fish and skinless poultry to avoid contracting prostate cancer.

“Prostate cancer is the most common visceral malignancy in men and the third leading cause of cancer death. The commonest cancers in Nigeria are breast and cervical cancer among women and prostate cancer among men.

“Prostate cancer ranks first amongst Nigerian men and constitutes 11 per cent of all male cancers; the median age of patients being 67.5 years. No fewer than 182 in 100,000 men in South-West Nigeria have prostate cancer.


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World-First Australian Mental Health Study Proves Power Of Simple Lifestyle Changes

Today, Thursday 10th September, is R U OK? Day in Australia: a national day of action designed to bring attention to mental health. Held annually on the second Thursday of September since 2009, it reminds us how even simple moves like having a candid conversation with someone about their headspace can make a huge difference.

In a similar vein, making small changes to your lifestyle can have enormous impacts on your mental health, a world-first Australian study reveals.

Health insurer AIA Australia partnered with data firm Quantium Health to release the world’s largest and in-depth research into the link between depression, demographics, health, lifestyle and circumstance – demonstrating which factors are both within and outside an individuals’ control when it comes to depression risk and highlighting potential large-scale implications for the health of our nation and the economy.

Significant factors in predicting an individual’s risk of depression include factors that

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