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Weight loss surgery could be harmful for bone health: study

Weight loss surgery could be harmful for bone health: study

Weight loss surgery can lead to a reduction in bone mass and strength, and also increase the risk of fractures, a recent study has found.A review whic...

Nine out of 10 people globally breathe toxic air: WHO

Nine out of 10 people globally breathe toxic air: WHO

GENEVA: Air pollution levels remain dangerously high in many parts of the world with nine out of 10 people breathing air containing high levels of pol...

World Asthma Day celebrated today

World Asthma Day celebrated today

KOLKATA: World Asthma Day is an annual event organized by the Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) ) in collaboration with the World Health Organisatio...

LED bulbs can give you cancer: study

LED bulbs can give you cancer: study

The ‘blue light’ emitted by LED light bulbs has been linked to breast and prostate cancer, according to a new study. They are yet to research the effe...

How to save your skin from the summer temperatures: An easy list of things to do

How to save your skin from the summer temperatures: An easy list of things to do

If summer had one arch-nemesis to wage all its battles against, it surely would be the human skin. Skin, the largest organ in the human body is also o...

Eating more fish could improve your neurological health

Eating more fish could improve your neurological health

WASHINGTON D.C: Turns out, eating fish is a lot more than just taste or protein consumption.A study conducted by the Chalmers University of Technology...

A daily dose of baking soda can do wonders

A daily dose of baking soda can do wonders

Seems like, another use has been found for the all-rounder baking soda.According to a research conducted by the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta ...

Low Vitamin D levels associated with greater risk of diabetes

Low Vitamin D levels associated with greater risk of diabetes

Washington D.C.: Lack of Vitamin D is putting you at greater risk of diabetes, finds a research.Researchers at the University of California San Diego ...

Exercise needed after heart attacks: study

Exercise needed after heart attacks: study

Heart attack patients should be prescribed exercise to reduce their risk of death, researchers say.Patients who become more physically active in the y...

Early breakfast is important for people with Type II diabetes

Early breakfast is important for people with Type II diabetes

People with Type II diabetes who eat breakfast later, are more likely to have a higher Body Mass Indices (BMI).According to a study conducted by the U...

Sitting is bad for your brain: study

Sitting is bad for your brain: study

Excessive sitting is bad for your physical health - and your brain too, finds a new study.According to scientists at the University of California, Los...

US approves first AI-based device to detect diabetic eye disease

US approves first AI-based device to detect diabetic eye disease

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has permitted marketing of the first artificial intelligence (AI)-based medical device to detect certain dia...

New class of drugs may help tackle resistant cancers

New class of drugs may help tackle resistant cancers

Researchers have discovered a new class of drugs that could help treat cancer patients who no longer respond to existing therapies.The drug may not be...

New blood test to detect Alzheimer

New blood test to detect Alzheimer's disease

Scientists have developed a new blood test for Alzheimer's disease that can detect early indicators of the disease long before the first symptoms appe...

Eat less salt to prevent Kidney diseases: study

Eat less salt to prevent Kidney diseases: study

Cutting down on the intake of salt can go a long way in preventing kidney diseases at a young age, say health experts.Kidney failure is among the top ...

Exercise may make you happier: study

Exercise may make you happier: study

Physical activity may not only reduce depression and anxiety but also lead to happiness and contentment, scientists say.A study by researchers at the ...

Proteins from nuts,seeds good for heart health: study

Proteins from nuts,seeds good for heart health: study

Protein from nuts and seeds is beneficial for the heart, but consuming large amounts of meat protein can cause a sharp increase in the risk of cardiov...

High BP before pregnancy may raise miscarriage risk

High BP before pregnancy may raise miscarriage risk

High blood pressure before conception and early in pregnancy may increase the risk of pregnancy loss, even if the woman does not have a hypertension d...

Red meat linked to higher colon cancer risk: study

Red meat linked to higher colon cancer risk: study

Having a diet free from red meat can help women reduce the risk of a type of colon cancer, suggests new research."The impact of different types of red...

Frequent dining out can affect on your health: study

Frequent dining out can affect on your health: study

According to researchers, dining out more at restaurants, cafeterias and fast-food outlets may boost total levels of potentially health-harming chemic...

Daily ibuprofen may prevent Alzheimer

Daily ibuprofen may prevent Alzheimer's: study

Taking over-the-counter medication ibuprofen daily may prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease, a study claims.A team led by Canadian neuroscientist ...

Artificial Intelligence to help unravel mystery of human brain

Artificial Intelligence to help unravel mystery of human brain

Scientists are using emerging artificial intelligence (AI) networks to enhance their understanding of one of the most elusive intelligence systems: th...

Small dose of Viagra daily may cut bowel cancer risk: study

Small dose of Viagra daily may cut bowel cancer risk: study

A small, daily dose of popular erectile dysfunction drug Viagra may reduce the risk of colorectal cancer, according to a study conducted in mice.Viagr...

High meat intake may up liver disease risk:study

High meat intake may up liver disease risk:study

High consumption of red and processed meat may increase the risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and insulin resistance, a study has f...

Compounds in Beetroot  may help prevent Alzheimer

Compounds in Beetroot may help prevent Alzheimer's

New York : A compound found in beetroot that gives the vegetable its distinctive red colour could help prevent Alzheimer's, finds a study that could l...

Lap-band surgery also relieves chronic knee pain

Lap-band surgery also relieves chronic knee pain

Washington D.C. : Not only does lap-band surgery just augment your beauty but it  also aids in easing the chronic knee pain. According to a ...

Risk of picking up flu from infected passengers on flights is low: Study

Risk of picking up flu from infected passengers on flights is low: Study

London: Germ-fearing flyers can now breathe a sigh of relief as according a recent study, the risk of picking up respiratory infections on flights is ...

Sedentary lifestyles more harmful if type 2 diabetes in the family: study

Sedentary lifestyles more harmful if type 2 diabetes in the family: study

Scientists have found that a reduction in physical activity and an increase in sedentary behaviour has detrimental effects on the body, and could be m...

New diabetes drug may help shed those extra kilos

New diabetes drug may help shed those extra kilos

New Delhi : A compound that mimics a naturally occurring hormone that regulates appetite may help obese people shed those extra kilos, according to a ...

Low-calorie sweeteners may promote metabolic syndrome

Low-calorie sweeteners may promote metabolic syndrome

Around 34 percent of adults in the United States have metabolic syndome, the umbrella term for: high blood pressure; high blood sugar; high cholestero...

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