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LED lighting can damage eye

LED lighting can damage eye's retina, disturb natural sleep rhythms

France government-run health watchdog has said, the blue light in LED lighting can damage the eye's retina and disturb natural sleep rhythms. The...

Sunscreen does not inhibit production of Vitamin D: Study

Sunscreen does not inhibit production of Vitamin D: Study

Washington: The importance of sunscreen cannot be undermined but there are concerns that it might hamper the production of vitamin D in the body. Howe...

Appendix removal can lead to Parkinson

Appendix removal can lead to Parkinson's

Washington: Patients who had their appendix removed were more than three times as likely to develop Parkinson's as those who had not, according to a r...

Side-effects of excessive protein consumption: Study

Side-effects of excessive protein consumption: Study

Washington: Researchers suggest that excessive consumption of protein for building muscle mass could have a negative impact on the body. However, wide...

Work stress and improper sleep cause of cardiovascular death: Study

Work stress and improper sleep cause of cardiovascular death: Study

Washington: Stress at work and trouble in sleeping are associated with a threefold increase in the risk of cardiovascular death in employees diagnosed...

Eat more Mediterranean foods, prevent diseases: Study

Eat more Mediterranean foods, prevent diseases: Study

A new study measured the outcomes of a long-term Western diet to that of a Mediterranean diet on obesity-related diseases and found that a Mediterrane...

Skipping breakfast can prove deadly for heart patients: Study

Skipping breakfast can prove deadly for heart patients: Study

Washington: New research has found that skipping breakfast and having dinner late is the worst eating habit and can lead to worst outcomes after a hea...

Diabetes drug could counter kidney disease: Study

Diabetes drug could counter kidney disease: Study

Washington: A drug that’s used to help control blood sugar in people with diabetes has now been shown to help prevent or slow kidney disease, which ca...

Teeth-whitening products can damage tooth: Study

Teeth-whitening products can damage tooth: Study

Washington D.C:  While teeth-whitening products may guarantee a bright smile, according to recent findings these products are capable of harming ...

Heart failure can lead to depression: Study

Heart failure can lead to depression: Study

Washington: Patients related to heart diseases often experience difficulty in thinking and likely suffer depression, a new study explains. The study p...

Fried food can weaken immunity: Study

Fried food can weaken immunity: Study

Washington: Food additive tert-butylhydroquinone (tBHQ) found in many common products from frozen meat to crackers and fried foods suppresses the immu...

Artificial pancreas to boost diabetes treatment: Study

Artificial pancreas to boost diabetes treatment: Study

Australian researchers have created the world's first machine intelligent artificial pancreas that could improve insulin dosing for diabetics.Accordin...

Anything that reminds of coffee can boost your mind: study

Anything that reminds of coffee can boost your mind: study

Washington: Good news for coffee lovers! Turns out, simply looking at something that reminds you of coffee can boost your mind, making it more alert a...

Eating nuts daily may prevent dementia: study

Eating nuts daily may prevent dementia: study

Eating more than 10 grams of nuts a day may improve thinking, reasoning and memory, and keep age-related mental disorders at bay.This has been found i...

Sugary drinks may boost cancer growth: Study

Sugary drinks may boost cancer growth: Study

Washington: Consuming just one or two cups of sugar-sweetened drinks daily may accelerate the growth of intestinal tumours, say scientists who also di...

Late meal timing associated with obesity: Study

Late meal timing associated with obesity: Study

Washington: Those who eat later in the day should start having meals on time as the habit could contribute to weight gain, according to a new study.Th...

Eating fish may help prevent asthma: Research

Eating fish may help prevent asthma: Research

Eating fish can help prevent asthma, say scientists after testing over 600 people working in a fish processing factory in a small village in South Afr...

Artificially sweetened drinks can cause cardiovascular diseases: Study

Artificially sweetened drinks can cause cardiovascular diseases: Study

According to a recent study, sugary drinks may be associated with an increased risk of death from cardiovascular diseases.Frequently drinking sugar-sw...

Improve gut health with green tea: Study

Improve gut health with green tea: Study

Washington: Green Tea has once again been found as the Hail Mary for not just obesity, but various other inflammatory biomarkers linked with poor heal...

Sleep to improve your brain health: Study

Sleep to improve your brain health: Study

Washington: In a new study researchers at Bar-Ilan University in Israel reveal an unexpected function of sleep that they believe could explain how sle...

Obesity generating diet may affect old adults: Study

Obesity generating diet may affect old adults: Study

Washington: According to a recent study, elderly people, who consume a high fat diet rich in Omega-6 fatty acids, could be at risk of developing healt...

Eat tomatoes to fight liver cancer, inflammation

Eat tomatoes to fight liver cancer, inflammation

Higher consumption of tomatoes could be associated with a decreased risk of liver cancer caused by high-fat diets, a study has found.The study, conduc...

Lower blood pressure in people with type 2 diabetes: Study

Lower blood pressure in people with type 2 diabetes: Study

Melbourne: Taking vitamin C supplements can help diabetics by lowering elevated blood sugar levels throughout the day, a study has found. The research...

Diabetes can cause back and neck pain: Study

Diabetes can cause back and neck pain: Study

Washington: According to a recent study, people with diabetes are more likely to suffer from low backache and neck pain as compared to those without d...

Heavy smoking may damage vision: Study

Heavy smoking may damage vision: Study

Washington: Smoking more than 20 cigarettes a day may damage your vision by affecting blood vessels and neurons in the retina, a study warns.The study...

Flax seed fiber can protect against obesity: Study

Flax seed fiber can protect against obesity: Study

Flax seed is among one of the fiber crops, highly used in Ayurvedic medicines and a rich source for nutrients. It also seems to protect against obesit...

Low-fibre, high fat diet may up severe sepsis risk: Study

Low-fibre, high fat diet may up severe sepsis risk: Study

New York: Consuming a Western diet, low in fibre and high in fat and sugar, can put you at increased risk of developing severe sepsis, researchers say...

Exercise improves thinking skills: Study

Exercise improves thinking skills: Study

Washington: Regular aerobic exercise can help in improving thinking skills not only in older people but in young people as well, a recent study sugges...

Pills to replace insulin injections: Study

Pills to replace insulin injections: Study

Researchers have developed a drug capsule that could be used to deliver oral doses of insulin, potentially replacing injections for patients with Type...

New clues to controlling HIV found

New clues to controlling HIV found

Toronto: Researchers are harnessing the immune system to reveal new clues that may help produce a vaccine against the human immunodeficiency virus (HI...

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