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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...

Houseflies spread disease in humans more than we realised: study

Houseflies spread disease in humans more than we realised: study

Flies can be more than pesky picnic crashers, they carry hundreds of different species of harmful bacteria and may help to spread disease, a study war...

Popular antacid may help fight tuberculosis: Study

Popular antacid may help fight tuberculosis: Study

A low-cost drug widely used to treat conditions such as heartburn, gastritis and ulcers could work against the bacteria that cause tuberculosis (TB), ...

Babies grasp word meanings even before they can talk: study

Babies grasp word meanings even before they can talk: study

Babies develop a far better understanding of language even before they can speak to us in words, according to a study."Even though there are not many ...

Protein that helps cancer spread identified: study

Protein that helps cancer spread identified: study

Scientists have identified a protein that enables the spread of tumours by binding cancer cells together and allowing them to invade tissues, paving t...

Talking on the cell phone can be harmful to your skin

Talking on the cell phone can be harmful to your skin

Taking about cleansing, toning, moisturising and regular usage of sunscreen is necessary for the preservation of good skin, there are many other thing...

Drinking coffee daily may reduce liver cancer risk

Drinking coffee daily may reduce liver cancer risk

London: Drinking three to five cups of coffee regularly may reduce the risk of liver cancer and cirrhosis, according to a report.The report presented ...

Gobbling food may harm your waistline: study

Gobbling food may harm your waistline: study

People who eat slowly are less likely to become obese or develop metabolic syndrome, a cluster of heart disease, diabetes and stroke risk factors, acc...

Lifestyle modifications needed to cope with COPD, respiratory disease

Lifestyle modifications needed to cope with COPD, respiratory disease

COPD is a respiratory disease in which the wind pipes (bronchi) are narrowed resulting in limitation of the airflow. Thus, breathing is met with resis...

Workplace bullying may up diabetes risk: study

Workplace bullying may up diabetes risk: study

Workplace bullying and violence may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, by potentially triggering metabolic changes and comfort eating behaviours, a...

Cost of treatment of diabetes escalates due to high demand of insulin

Cost of treatment of diabetes escalates due to high demand of insulin

New Delhi: A recent study revealed that there has been a substantial escalation in the overall cost of treating diabetes in the country.As per the stu...

Obesity, anorexia may up depression risk in women: study

Obesity, anorexia may up depression risk in women: study

Women who suffer from anorexia, as well as obesity, have low levels of a 'feel good' steroid and increased risk of developing depression and anxiety, ...

Mushrooms may help fight ageing, boost health: study

Mushrooms may help fight ageing, boost health: study

Mushrooms may contain unusually high amounts of antioxidants which could help fight ageing and bolster health, a study claims.Researchers found that m...

10 breakfast foods to fuel your day

10 breakfast foods to fuel your day

The best way to say good morning to your body isn't by glugging a cup of java; it's by indulging in a healthy breakfast. A nutritious breakfast kick-s...

'Golden' potato to deliver bounty of vitamins A and E: Study

Researchers have developed an experimental "golden" potato that could help prevent disease and death in developing countries where residents rely heav...

Chemical used in plastic packaging can risk your baby

Chemical used in plastic packaging can risk your baby's health: study

According to a recent study, a chemical used in them may cause health problems for your offspring. According to the Penn State research, chemical bisp...

Sleep disturbance may be fatal for women with diabetes: study

Sleep disturbance may be fatal for women with diabetes: study

Washington: Women suffering from diabetes, need to give a look!Sleep disturbance in female diabetes patients can give way to elevated blood sugar leve...

 5 Foods to  Sharpen Your Memory

5 Foods to Sharpen Your Memory

Have you been a little forgetful lately? Misplaced keys, lost glasses... it’s annoying, and it’s not just restricted to old age.Blame it on your mille...

Air pollution causing kidney disease: Research

Air pollution causing kidney disease: Research

The increasing toll of chronic kidney disease (CKD) globally can significantly be attributed to the rise in air pollution, researchers have found.The ...

Methods to control your hunger after a workout

Methods to control your hunger after a workout

'Exercise' not just does miracles to our body, but also helps us to live a long life.But a rigorous workout session can often leave you kicking around...

Harmone therapy may boost memory in women: study

Harmone therapy may boost memory in women: study

Undergoing a type of hormone replacement therapy - used to treat menopause symptoms - may help working memory and reduce stress levels in women, a stu...

Key chemical that can help you get rid of bad memories

Key chemical that can help you get rid of bad memories

Washington D.C. : Ever thought of a mechanism that can prevent you from those ruminating traumatic events of the past? Researchers from the Unive...

Eating like your ancestors may boost health: study

Eating like your ancestors may boost health: study

Consuming a diet like our ancestors - highly diverse and rich in nutrients - may boost human health, a study claims.Researchers from Washington Univer...

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