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Drinking piping hot tea may up oesphageal cancer risk: study

Drinking piping hot tea may up oesphageal cancer risk: study

Drinking extremely hot tea may increase the risk of oesophageal cancer by up to five times, especially if a person also consumes alcohol and is a smok...

Acne increase risk of major depression within five years: Study

Acne increase risk of major depression within five years: Study

People diagnosed with acne may be at a significantly increased risk of developing major depression within five years, according to scientists who anal...

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World's biggest insulin makers want to transform the diabetes market with new pill

LONDON: After nearly a century building a company worth $125 billion based on injectable drugs, Denmark's Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) - the world's bigges...

Scientists develop a two-minute questionnaire to detect autism

Scientists develop a two-minute questionnaire to detect autism

Washington: Scientists have developed a two-minute questionnaire for parents that could help doctors detect autism in toddlers, at a time when interve...

Diabetics twice as likely to develop cataract:Study

Diabetics twice as likely to develop cataract:Study

Diabetes doubles the chance of developing cataract, with the relative risk highest in those aged between 45 and 54, according to a study.Researchers a...

Eating grapes wards off depression

Eating grapes wards off depression

Including grapes in your diet may have a positive impact on your mental health as researchers have found that certain grape-derived compounds might be...

Crash diets may harm heart

Crash diets may harm heart's ability to pump blood: study

Crash diets - that involve drastically cutting calorie consumption for a few weeks - may harm heart function and reduce the organ's ability to pump bl...

High levels of cellphone radiation linked to tumors in male rats

High levels of cellphone radiation linked to tumors in male rats

WASHINGTON: Male rats exposed to very high levels of the kind of radiation emitted by cellphones developed tumors in the tissues around their hea...

Scientists develop first blood test to detect Alzheimer

Scientists develop first blood test to detect Alzheimer's

Australian scientists in collaboration with researchers from Japan on Thursday announced the world's first accurate blood test for Alzheimer's disease...

Mothers in their 40s at risk of Preterm birth: study

Mothers in their 40s at risk of Preterm birth: study

Pregnant women at the age of 40 and above are at an increased risk of delivering preterm babies, a study warns.Maternal age at pregnancy has been incr...

Migraine patients at increased risk of cardiovascular diseases

Migraine patients at increased risk of cardiovascular diseases

London : People who suffer from migraine may be at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases including heart attacks, stroke, blood clot...

Full-fat milk may be better for your heart than skimmed, new study finds

Full-fat milk may be better for your heart than skimmed, new study finds

A team of researchers have discovered full-fat milk may be better for the heart than skimmed milk, the Daily Mail reported.Denmark's University of Cop...

Vitamin D3 may prevent heart damage: study

Vitamin D3 may prevent heart damage: study

Vitamin D3 - produced in the body naturally when exposed to sunlight - may significantly restore damage to the cardiovascular system, a study claims.R...

Traumatic brain injury linked to dementia risk even after 30 years

Traumatic brain injury linked to dementia risk even after 30 years

People who suffer a traumatic brain injury – occurring when an external force injures the brain – may be at increased risk of developing dementia even...

Diabetes, high blood pressure rates high in India: study

Diabetes, high blood pressure rates high in India: study

India is facing significantly higher rates of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to the first nationally representative study of these "major...

Treat Tongue Blisters With These Effective Home Remedies

Treat Tongue Blisters With These Effective Home Remedies

Tongue blisters are a common problem that we see on regular basis. This could happen to anyone irrespective of the healthy diet as you could burn your...

High blood sugar may lead to cognitive decline: study

High blood sugar may lead to cognitive decline: study

People with high blood sugar may experience steep long-term cognitive decline than their healthy peers, a study suggests.The study of about 5,000 olde...

Menopause worsens symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis

Menopause worsens symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis

Hormone changes caused by menopause make rheumatoid arthritis symptoms worse in women, according to a study. After studying 8189 women with rheumatoid...

Eating green leafy vegetables may reduce stroke risk: study

Eating green leafy vegetables may reduce stroke risk: study

Washington: Consuming green leafy vegetables may be a novel way to reduce stress and lower the risk of experiencing a stroke, a study has found. Intra...

New Botox type discovered from animal gut bacteria

New Botox type discovered from animal gut bacteria

Scientists have discovered a new source of neurotoxin, known for its paradoxical ability to remove wrinkles yet cause an illness associated with food ...

Mosquitoes remember human smells: study

Mosquitoes remember human smells: study

Your grandmother's insistence that you receive more bug bites because you are 'sweeter' may not be that far-fetched as a study claims that mosquitoes ...

Reason why Asian-Americans are more prone to severe strokes

Reason why Asian-Americans are more prone to severe strokes

New York : People of Asian-American origin are more likely to experience severe ischemic stroke and worse outcomes than whites, claims a study. T...

Eating high-cholesterol diet may up colon cancer risk: study

Eating high-cholesterol diet may up colon cancer risk: study

People eating a high- cholesterol diet are at an increased risk of developing colon cancer, a study warns.Scientists discovered that boosting mice's c...

Spread of various diseases may be linked to mosquito genes

Spread of various diseases may be linked to mosquito genes

WASHINGTON D.C:  It has come to light that transfer of molecules from mosquito genes may hold the key to the spreading of dengue fever, among oth...

Heart attack risk high with one cigarette a day: study

Heart attack risk high with one cigarette a day: study

Just one cigarette a day carries nearly half the risk for heart attack and stroke as smoking a full pack of 20, according to a large-scale study publi...

Sleep disturbances in midlife may lead to cognitive impairment: Study

Sleep disturbances in midlife may lead to cognitive impairment: Study

People who suffer from sleep disturbances in midlife or as they age may be more likely to develop cognitive impairment than people who usually get ple...

Eating dates regularly keeps blood pressure in control

Eating dates regularly keeps blood pressure in control

To stay healthy in the winter season, it is important to keep ourselves warm. But do you know that if you regularly eat dates in winter season then yo...

Depressive symptoms can cut survival rate in cancer patients: study

Depressive symptoms can cut survival rate in cancer patients: study

Even mild depressive symptoms can reduce the chances of survival in patients with head and neck cancer, a study has warned.The findings, published in ...

Bacterial changes early in life cause cystic fibrosis in kids

Bacterial changes early in life cause cystic fibrosis in kids

New York : Bacterial changes begin in the first few years of life leading to the formation of cystic fibrosis, which makes children repeatedly prone t...

Synthetic virus may lead to more effective smallpox vaccine: Research

Synthetic virus may lead to more effective smallpox vaccine: Research

Scientists have created a synthetic horsepox virus that could lead to the development of a more effective vaccine against smallpox.The discovery demon...

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