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workstressandimpropersleepcauseofcardiovasculardeath: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...

eatmoremediterraneanfoodspreventdiseases: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...

skippingbreakfastcanprovedeadlyforheartpatients: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...

diabetesdrugcouldcounterkidneydisease: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...

teethwhiteningproductscandamagetooth: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 ...

heartfailurecanleadtodepression: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...

friedfoodcanweakenimmunity: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...

artificialpancreastoboostdiabetestreatment: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...

anythingthatremindsofcoffeecanboostyourmind: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...

eatingnutsdailymaypreventdementia: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...

sugarydrinksmayboostcancergrowth: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...

latemealtimingassociatedwithobesity: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...

eatingfishmayhelppreventasthma: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...

artificiallysweeteneddrinkscancausecardiovasculardiseases: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...

improveguthealthwithgreentea: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...

sleeptoimproveyourbrainhealth: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...

obesitygeneratingdietmayaffectoldadults: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...

eattomatoestofightlivercancerinflammation

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...

lowerbloodpressureinpeoplewithtype2diabetes: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...

diabetescancausebackandneckpain: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...

heavysmokingmaydamagevision: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...

flaxseedfibercanprotectagainstobesity: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...

lowfibrehighfatdietmayupseveresepsisrisk: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...

exerciseimprovesthinkingskills: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...

pillstoreplaceinsulininjections: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...

newcluestocontrollinghivfound

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...

cancercanleadtoprematureageing: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...

exercisemayboostcognitioneveninyoungadults: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...

ibuprofenandaspirintriplescancersurvivalinsomepatientsstudysuggests

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...

zincdeficiencymaycausehypertension

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 ...

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