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'Instant' blood test for heart attacks developed

Scientists have developed a revolutionary new blood test for detecting a heart attack that could speed up diagnosis and help patients get out of hospi...

Cold weather may up heart failure risk in elderly: study

Cold weather may up heart failure risk in elderly: study

Exposure to cold or high-pressure weather may trigger events leading to hospitalisation or death in elderly patients with heart failure, a study has w...

Good mood may boost efficacy of flu jabs: study

Good mood may boost efficacy of flu jabs: study

Being in a good mood when you get a flu vaccination may increase its protective effects, scientists including one of Indian origin have found.Research...

Eating nuts may stave off obesity risk: study

Eating nuts may stave off obesity risk: study

Including nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, walnuts and peanuts in your diet may help reduce weight gain and lower the risk obesity, a stud...

Breathing dirty air may lead to kidney failure: study

Breathing dirty air may lead to kidney failure: study

Air pollution may increase the risk of chronic kidney disease, which can lead to the failure of the organ, a study has warned.Outdoor air pollution ha...

Thirty minutes exercise 5 days a week will reduce risk of early deaths: study

Thirty minutes exercise 5 days a week will reduce risk of early deaths: study

Thirty minutes of exercise five days a week can significantly reduce your risk of dying early and of developing heart disease, even if a sports club o...

Hard water can damage skin, cause eczema: study

Hard water can damage skin, cause eczema: study

Hard water can damage the skin barrier that protects us from external threats like bacteria and sunburns, and lead to the development of eczema, a stu...

Cranberries may help cut urinary tract infections: study

Cranberries may help cut urinary tract infections: study

Doctors can prescribe cranberry products as the first line of defence against repeated urinary tract infections (UTIs), a study has found. The finding...

Gut bacteria affects your ability to lose or gain weight

Gut bacteria affects your ability to lose or gain weight

London [UK] : Want to know the probable reason why you are not losing weight? According to a new study, your gut bacteria could affect your abili...

Physical activity can help those with cancer too, finds study

Physical activity can help those with cancer too, finds study

Washington D.C. : According to a recent research, a group of scientists in a pilot study of 87 female breast cancer survivors, found that increase in ...

Coffee, tea may help diabetic women live longer: study

Coffee, tea may help diabetic women live longer: study

Drinking coffee or tea regularly may lower death risk in women who suffer from diabetes, a study claims.More than 80 per cent of the world's adult pop...

Sitting too long can cancel benefits of exercise

Sitting too long can cancel benefits of exercise

Washington D.C.  : Nine-to-five desk job? No matter how much you exercise, you definitely need to take a 'movement break' every half an hour...

Smoking, Obesity more harmful than low level radiation: study

Smoking, Obesity more harmful than low level radiation: study

Modern lifestyle threats such as smoking, obesity and air pollution are more harmful than exposure to low-level radiation, a study warns.Human populat...

Carbohydrates may be key to better malaria vaccine: study

Carbohydrates may be key to better malaria vaccine: study

Scientists have for the first time found that carbohydrates on the surface of malaria parasites play a critical role in malaria's ability to infect mo...

Poor sleep may up progression of chronic kidney disease

Poor sleep may up progression of chronic kidney disease

Washington D.C. : Beware! People with chronic kidney disease may be vulnerable to the deleterious effects of poor sleep, almost 6.5 hours per night, a...

School kids with phones more prone to cyberbullying, says Study

School kids with phones more prone to cyberbullying, says Study

Washington D.C. : Dear parents! Giving cell phones to your kids can make them more prone to cyberbullying, suggests a recent study. The research,...

'Vitamin D deficiency may increase multiple sclerosis risk' : study

Low levels of the 'sunshine vitamin' may increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis in women, a study has found.Multiple sclerosis (MS) disrup...

Low calorie diet may help reverse diabetes: study

Low calorie diet may help reverse diabetes: study

Consuming a low calorie diet may help reverse diabetes, according to a study which contradicts the perception that the condition is progressive and in...

New drug to fight treatment-resistant malaria developed: Research

New drug to fight treatment-resistant malaria developed: Research

Scientists have developed a drug which effectively treats malaria and can help fight strains of the deadly infection that are resistant to existent tr...

'Concussion pill' to reverse brain damage in the offing: study

Scientists have used a drug to reverse the effects of permanent brain damage in mice, an advance they believe may help create a "concussion pill".When...

Contamination of eggs poses high risk to food safety

Contamination of eggs poses high risk to food safety

New Delhi  : According to a research study, Indian poultry farms lack the technical knowhow of European nations and also follow poor rearing prac...

Weight loss surgery may reduce fertility in men: study

Weight loss surgery may reduce fertility in men: study

Men who undergo bariatric or weight loss surgery may suffer semen abnormalities and reduced fertility, a study has warned.A meta-analysis of studies i...

Stay Away From These Foods If You Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome!

Stay Away From These Foods If You Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome!

When we hear the word diet, most of us usually relate it with weight loss, right?Well, a diet is nothing but a set of rules related to foods we eat th...

Sniff Test May Predict Parkinson

Sniff Test May Predict Parkinson's 10 Years Before Onset

A simple sniff test could predict the risk of Parkinson's disease up to 10 years before a patient is diagnosed, according to a study which found that ...

Eating red meat,poultry may up diabetes risk: study

Eating red meat,poultry may up diabetes risk: study

Eating high amounts of red meat and poultry products may significantly raise the risk of diabetes, according to one of the largest Asian studies.While...

High fat diet may be key to longer life: study

High fat diet may be key to longer life: study

Consuming a diet rich in fats may not only help you lose weight, but also boost physical strength and increase lifespan, a study claims.Ketogenic diet...

Diabetes, heart disease risk linked by genes: study

Diabetes, heart disease risk linked by genes: study

Gene mutations that increase the risk of type 2 diabetes also boost the likelihood of heart diseases, according to a study which explains how the two ...

Night phone use may harm mental health in teens: study

Night phone use may harm mental health in teens: study

Teenagers who use their smartphones late at night may have low sleep quality, leading to poor mental health, reduced coping and self-esteem, a new stu...

Eat proteins three times daily to boost muscle strength

Eat proteins three times daily to boost muscle strength

Eating enough proteins spread among three daily may boost muscle strength among the elderly, a study has found.Loss of muscle is an inevitable consequ...

Tick saliva drug may lower HIV-linked heart disease risk

Tick saliva drug may lower HIV-linked heart disease risk

An experimental drug made from tick saliva may hold promise as a potential treatment for reducing HIV-linked heart disease risk, a study has found.Sci...

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