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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...

Cancer can lead to premature ageing: Study

Cancer can lead to premature ageing: Study

London: While it is well known that ageing promotes cancer development, UK researchers have showed that the reverse is also true.A team from the Unive...

Exercise may boost cognition even in young adults: Study

Exercise may boost cognition even in young adults: Study

New York: Aerobic exercise training improves cognition — acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses — even in y...

Ibuprofen and aspirin triples cancer survival in some patients, study suggests

Ibuprofen and aspirin triples cancer survival in some patients, study suggests

Taking ibuprofen and aspirin can triple the likelihood of surviving cancer, a new study suggests.A trial at the University of California found the fiv...

Zinc deficiency may cause hypertension

Zinc deficiency may cause hypertension

Washington: High blood pressure or hypertension may be caused by lower than normal zinc levels, which alter the way in which kidneys handle sodium, a ...

Blood test could help detect Alzheimer

Blood test could help detect Alzheimer's a decade before symptoms show, scientists say

A blood test that spots signs of brain damage could be used to detect Alzheimer's disease up to a decade before symptoms show, scientists have said. I...

Rise in whooping cough cases among children

Rise in whooping cough cases among children

Parents in Auckland are being urged to immunise their children ahead of the school year following a spike in whooping cough cases.Between November las...

Staying fit may reduce risk of heart attack: study

Staying fit may reduce risk of heart attack: study

Washington DC: According to a recent study, poor cardio respiratory fitness could increase the risk of a future heart attack, even if there are no sym...

Anti-inflammatory drugs may put you at heart attack risk

Anti-inflammatory drugs may put you at heart attack risk

NEW YORK: If you have been hit by the winter cold and are thinking about taking medicines that relieve your aches, pains and congestion, be careful. T...

Eat more dietary fibre to lower risk of non-communicable diseases: study

Eat more dietary fibre to lower risk of non-communicable diseases: study

Washington: Here's another reason why you should increase your consumption of dietary fibre!According to a recent study, high intake of dietary fibre ...

Heavy Facebook users make risky decisions like drug addicts: Study

Heavy Facebook users make risky decisions like drug addicts: Study

New York: Excessive use of social media platforms like Facebook can make its users take decisions as bad as drug addicts tend to do, a new study sugge...

An egg a day may keep diabetes away: study

An egg a day may keep diabetes away: study

Eating an egg daily can have a beneficial effect on the blood metabolite profile that is related to a lower risk of Type-2 diabetes, a new study shows...

Artificial sweeteners do not assist weight loss: study

Artificial sweeteners do not assist weight loss: study

Washington: The findings of a recent study suggest that artificial sweeteners may not help with weight loss. The research, published in the journal Th...

Exercise can be another way of lowering blood pressure than medication

Exercise can be another way of lowering blood pressure than medication

For people with high blood pressure, starting an exercise regimen may lower blood pressure by as much as taking medication would, a large analysis sug...

Spinach smoothie is healthiest to eat the vegetable: study

Spinach smoothie is healthiest to eat the vegetable: study

According to a new study, adding chopped raw spinach in a smoothie is the is the healthiest way to eat the leafy vegetable.Researchers say that cookin...

Healthy diet, regular exercise reason to improve brain power in elderly: study

Healthy diet, regular exercise reason to improve brain power in elderly: study

Washington: Just 35 minutes of walking or cycling three times a week along with a healthy diet may improve brain power among the elderly, a study clai...

Arthritis; Most Prevalent Pain in World

Arthritis; Most Prevalent Pain in World

One of the most common symptoms of Osteoarthritis is eruption of awful pain in the affected joints. Other symptoms are swelling, decreased range of mo...

Birthmark; Harmless Disorder that Can be Cured

Birthmark; Harmless Disorder that Can be Cured

Birthmark refers to congenitally benign and non-cancerous macules. The birthmarks could become bold or go pale gradually after birth. They have variou...

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