Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: A woman born without a vagina hopes to receive life-changing surgery > Health-in-Motion 23 June 2017 Eating a Mediterranean-style diet can reduce inflammation A new US study has confirmed a connection between being overweight or obese and experiencing chronic pain. The good news is that the researchers also identified a way to reduce this pain, which is the result of inflammation in the body: eating a Mediterranean-style diet. Since many of the foods included in typical Mediterranean dishes, including fish, beans and nuts have anti-inflammatory properties, the scientists believe them to be responsible for lowered pain levels in their study group of 98 women and men ranging age from 20 to 78. 0 More: Daily Dose: A woman born without a vagina hopes to receive life-changing surgeryHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news Lifestyle Uncommon solutions to SA women’s top 10 skin concerns – Part 1 Medical SEE: What cancer looks like inside the breast Medical Can sex cause a headache? Medical Can 1 or 2 drinks per day really make you live longer? Mental health You have a problem if this hormone doesn't fluctuate during the day News You know a lot if you can get more than 80% for this health quiz From our sponsors Johannesburg conference to tackle digital transformation in healthcare WIN a R2000 voucher. Great skin is just a click away! How erectile dysfunction can affect relationships Coital incontinence: the ‘oops’ women are too afraid to talk about Live healthier Myths busted! » Breastfeeding may reduce pain from C-section Breastfeeding and work - how to make it work 9 breastfeeding myths busted Breastfeeding will help me lose my baby weight, right? Wrong! We bust nine myths about breastfeeding. Eat right. » How watching porn can cause erectile dysfunction 7 scientific ways to cure erectile dysfunction 7 foods that could relieve erectile dysfunction If you experience erectile dysfunction from time to time, you may be able to manage the problem without any medical help.