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This unlikely food item can help prevent constipation

This unlikely food item can help prevent constipation

It's becoming clear in recent years that what you eat can be highly effective in preventing or reversing some health problems, especially chronic cons...

Infertility in women tied to insomnia

Infertility in women tied to insomnia

Women with sleep disorders other than sleep apnea may be more than three times as likely to experience infertility as their counterparts who don’t hav...

Drinking hot tea daily may reduce glaucoma risk: study

Drinking hot tea daily may reduce glaucoma risk: study

Drinking a cup of hot tea at least once a day may significantly lower risk of developing glaucoma - a serious eye condition, a study suggests.However,...

Brain mechanisms behind depression identified: study

Brain mechanisms behind depression identified: study

People suffering from major mental disorder have activity and connectivity alterations in their brain regions responsible for reward and memory, accor...

Kidney disease may up diabetes risk: study

Kidney disease may up diabetes risk: study

Kidney dysfunction may increase the risk of diabetes, according to a study which found that the culprit behind the relationship is urea.Diabetes is kn...

Winter care tips: How to take special care of dry skin and brittle hair

Winter care tips: How to take special care of dry skin and brittle hair

Winter is the time for coziness, cuddles and warm, lazy sunshine. Also the time for dry skin, falling hair and dull appearances. Really? No! It doesn’...

Vigorous exercise could delay Parkinson

Vigorous exercise could delay Parkinson's disease

Three intense workouts a week could slow the progression of Parkinson's disease, according to a study.A team of researchers at Northwestern Medicine a...

'Ground-breaking' new drug gives hope in Huntington's disease

Scientists have for the first time fixed a protein defect that causes Huntington's disease by injecting a drug from Ionis Pharmaceuticals into the spi...

Eating soy foods can reduce side effects of breast cancer treatment

Eating soy foods can reduce side effects of breast cancer treatment

Washington D.C. : Here are some food items every breast cancer survivor should know about.Consuming soy milk, tofu, cabbages, and broccoli can be asso...

Sugary drinks during pregnancy ups risk of mid-childhood asthma: study

Sugary drinks during pregnancy ups risk of mid-childhood asthma: study

Mothers-to-be beware! Consuming that fruit juice or fizzy drinks during pregnancy may increase their child's risk of developing asthma at ages seven a...

Carrot Juice Benefits: Why you need to drink up this amazing veggie

Carrot Juice Benefits: Why you need to drink up this amazing veggie

It is not without reason that our elders always told us to load up on carrots. Of all of their health benefiting properties, the one related to improv...

People living in cold regions at higher risk of cancer: study

People living in cold regions at higher risk of cancer: study

People who live in cold regions may be at an increased risk of developing cancer, a study has found.According to the study, populations living in very...

Canola oil may worsen memory,learning ability: study

Canola oil may worsen memory,learning ability: study

Canola oil - one of the most widely consumed vegetable oils in the world - may be harmful to the brain, according to a study which found that it can w...

Sugary drinks during pregnancy linked to mid-childhood asthma

Sugary drinks during pregnancy linked to mid-childhood asthma

New York : Children between the ages of 7 and 9 may be at greater risk of developing asthma if their mothers drank a lot of sugar-sweetened beverages ...

Early greying of hair ups heart disease risk: study

Early greying of hair ups heart disease risk: study

Male-pattern baldness and premature greying of hair is linked to more than five-fold risk of heart disease before the age of 40 years than obesity, wa...

Air pollution cuts benefits of exercise in elderly: Study

Air pollution cuts benefits of exercise in elderly: Study

New York : Even a two-hour exposure to air pollution mainly in the form of traffic exhaust can wipe out the positive health benefits of walking on the...

Common BP lowering drugs may increase skin cancer risk: Study

Common BP lowering drugs may increase skin cancer risk: Study

London: Long term use of drugs that help lower high blood pressure may increase the risk of developing skin cancer, a study with nearly 80,000 partici...

Exercise, not just diet, can change gut bacteria

Exercise, not just diet, can change gut bacteria

New York : If you thought only diet can change the composition of microbes in the gut, think again! Researchers have found evidence that exercise can ...

Being overweight increases risk of dementia, suggests study

Being overweight increases risk of dementia, suggests study

London : In a recent research, a group of scientists have found that being overweight increases the risk of dementia by as much as a third. Accor...

New system can identify people from their DNA in minutes: study

New system can identify people from their DNA in minutes: study

Researchers have developed a software system to accurately identify people and cell lines from their DNA in a matter of minutes.The technology has a w...

Eating cheese every day could slash the risk of stroke, heart attack

Eating cheese every day could slash the risk of stroke, heart attack

Cheese Lovers, Rejoice! A new research shows that eating a daily portion of cheese could reduce the risk of fatal heart attacks and stroke.This comes ...

Extroverts at low risk of depression: study

Extroverts at low risk of depression: study

Extroverts and goal-oriented people may be less likely to suffer from depression and anxiety, a study has found.Though high levels of neuroticism put ...

Steroid injections for hip arthritis may risk bones

Steroid injections for hip arthritis may risk bones

Receiving an injection of a steroid and anesthetic is a common treatment for patients who are experiencing pain and inflammation in a joint, such as t...

Women more vulnerable to asthma than men: study

Women more vulnerable to asthma than men: study

Women are twice as likely as men to have asthma, and this gender difference may be caused by the effects of sex hormones on lung cells, a study has fo...

Marriage can make you crazy, but it deters dementia too: study

Marriage can make you crazy, but it deters dementia too: study

Marriage may test one's sanity, but living into old age with a partner also lowers the risk of dementia, researchers said Wednesday.In a study coverin...

Preemies with brain injuries more at depression risk: Study

Preemies with brain injuries more at depression risk: Study

Children who were born prematurely and also suffered brain injuries around the time of birth are likely to have low brain dopamine levels, which incre...

Believe it or not, a samosa is much healthier than a burger

Believe it or not, a samosa is much healthier than a burger

It might be hard to believe but the truth is that eating a samosa is much healthier than eating a burger.At least, that's what the Centre for Science ...

Protein in milk could be cause for severe health issues

Protein in milk could be cause for severe health issues

A new study has found that a protein found in milk may be causing discomfort. Researchers at University College Hospital in London examined 600 adults...

Three coffees a day linked to more health than harm: study

Three coffees a day linked to more health than harm: study

People who drink three to four cups of coffee a day are more likely to see health benefits than harm, experiencing lower risks of premature death and ...

Providing timely treatment to rare disease patients is need of the hour

Providing timely treatment to rare disease patients is need of the hour

New Delhi  : Putting the focus on rare diseases, experts have laid emphasis on ensuring timely treatment for the patients. Although very few peop...

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