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fermenteddairyproductscouldprotectagainstheartattacks

Fermented dairy products could protect against heart attacks

Eating plenty of fermented dairy products — including cheese, yoghurt, sour milk — could protect you against heart attacks, finds a new study. Th...

radiationtherapycouldreduceriskofbreastcancerrecurrence:study

Radiation therapy could reduce risk of breast cancer recurrence: Study

Washington DC:  According to a recent study, a subset of patients with low-risk breast cancer is highly unlikely to see cancer return following b...

snifferdogscannowdetectmalariainsocksusedbyhumans:research

Sniffer dogs can now detect malaria in socks used by humans: Research

LONDON - In a lab room, two-year-old springer spaniel Freya bustles along a row of vials positioned on stands, sniffing each for signs of disease.The ...

organicfoodscouldhelppreventcancer:study

Organic foods could help prevent cancer: Study

Washington: A recent study suggests that eating organic fruits and vegetables might help you dodge a cancer diagnosis.According to the study, publishe...

regularexerciseshouldbepartofcancercareforallpatients:research

Regular exercise should be part of cancer care for all patients: Research

Washington: According to a study, every cancer patient should keep regular exercise as part of their routine.The researchers stated it can significant...

eatingwalnutsmaynotcauseweightgain:study

Eating walnuts may not cause weight gain: Study

A diet rich in walnuts may not lead to weight gain or increase the risk of obesity, a study conducted in healthy elders claims.The study, published in...

mentalillnessontheriseinamerica

Mental illness on the rise in America

Approximately 1 in 5 American adults will experience some form of mental illness in any given year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illne...

ketogenicdietpreventscognitivedecline:study

Ketogenic diet prevents cognitive decline: Study

Consuming a ketogenic diet high levels of fat and low levels of carbohydrate can help prevent cognitive decline, according to a new study on mice.The ...

irregularheartbeatmayincreasedementiarisk:study

Irregular heartbeat may increase dementia risk: study

People with a particular kind of irregular heartbeat may experience faster decline in thinking and memory skills and are at greater risk of dementia, ...

bugbehindstomachcanceralsolinkedtocoloncancer

Bug Behind Stomach Cancer Also Linked to Colon Cancer

The same type of bacteria that causes stomach cancer may also increase colon cancer risk, especially in black Americans, a new study finds.Researchers...

csectionrateshavenearlydoubledworldwidesince2000

C-section rates have nearly doubled worldwide since 2000

The number of women delivering babies via cesarean section has nearly doubled worldwide since 2000, to about 21 percent, new research shows.That's sig...

peoplemaygetpneumoniafrompickingtheirnose:study

People may get pneumonia from picking their nose: study

London: Parents exasperated by their children constantly ignoring pleas to stop picking their noses, may have finally found an argument to break the h...

excessivevitaminamayincreaseriskofbonefractures:study

Excessive vitamin A may increase risk of bone fractures: study

Washington DC: Turns out, consuming too much vitamin A may decrease bone thickness, leading to weak and fracture-prone bones.A new study, undertaken i...

aspirinmaylowerriskofovariancancer

Aspirin may lower risk of ovarian cancer

NEW YORK: Taking a low-dose of aspirin daily may help women lower their risk of developing ovarian cancer by 23 per cent, suggests a new study.Ovarian...

diabetesmayincreasecancerrisk:study

Diabetes may increase cancer risk: study

London: Diabetes can increase the risk of developing a number of cancers, and may reduce the chances of survival in cancer patients, a study has found...

abraineatingamoebajustclaimedanothervictim

A BRAIN-EATING AMOEBA JUST CLAIMED ANOTHER VICTIM

THE TEMPERATURE IN Waco, Texas was approaching 83 degrees last Thursday when Mia Mattioli arrived in search of Naegleria fowleri, a brain-eating, warm...

somecontraceptivepillsmaycutovariancancerrisk:study

Some contraceptive pills may cut ovarian cancer risk: study

London: New types of combined oral contraceptives — containing both oestrogens and progestogens may reduce the risk of ovarian cancer in young women, ...

scientistsdevelopdrugthatcouldtreatparkinsonsdisease

Scientists develop drug that could treat Parkinson's disease

Washington D.C. - In the wake of media and public reports about increased mortality, researchers found a new drug for treating Parkinson's disease psy...

manasksforbiryanibeforegettingstomachremovedindubai

Man asks for biryani before getting stomach removed in Dubai

The engineer needed to make a choice - choose a life without a stomach or die from stomach cancer.Ghulam Abbas' last wish before the surgery, that wou...

newstudyfindsthebraindevelopsdifferentlyinprematureboysandgirls

New study finds the brain develops differently in premature boys and girls

Washington: Turns out, brains of baby boys born prematurely are affected differently and more severely than premature infant girls' brains, a new stud...

newbloodtestinpregnancytopredictautismriskinbabies

New blood test in pregnancy to predict autism risk in babies

NEW YORK: Researchers have developed a novel blood test for pregnant mothers that can, with nearly 90 per cent accuracy rate, predict the probability ...

tbremainsworldsdeadliestinfectiousdisease:who

TB remains world's deadliest infectious disease: WHO

Geneva: Tuberculosis (TB) remains the world’s deadliest infectious disease although global efforts have averted an estimated 54 million tuberculosis (...

aspirincanincreasebleedinganddoesnotreduceriskofheartattacks:study

Aspirin can increase bleeding and does not reduce risk of heart attacks: study

A new study has found a daily dose of aspirin can be harmful, the Daily Mail reported.Dr Richard Hodes, director of the National Institute on Ageing (...

lowfitnessmayindicatepoorarterialhealthinadolescents:study

Low fitness may indicate poor arterial health in adolescents: Study

Low fitness may indicate poor arterial health in adolescents, according to a study.The University of Jyvaskyla study also suggests that a higher anaer...

howyourheartageiskeytoheartattackorstrokerisk

How your heart age is key to heart attack or stroke risk

They predict about 80% of heart attacks and strokes in people under 75 could be prevented if heart health was improved.Unhealthy lifestyles put four i...

howoliveoilcouldpreventheartattacksandstrokes

How olive oil could prevent heart attacks and strokes

Turns out, food high in unsaturated fat may protect against cardiovascular diseases.Levels of ApoA-IV increase after the digestion of foods, particula...

linkbetweenbettersleepqualityandhealthydiet

Link between better sleep quality and healthy diet

Sleep quality is positively associated with adherence to a healthy diet called Mediterranean diet.Some aspects of the Mediterranean diet may promote b...

severefattyliverdiseaseboostsriskforlivercancer:study

Severe fatty liver disease boosts risk for liver cancer: study

People with advanced cases of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) may need to be watched for liver cancer, a large U.S. study suggests.Fatty live...

nationalnutritionmonthbeingcelebratedacrosscountry

National Nutrition Month being celebrated across country

The National Nutrition Month is being celebrated across the country to mark the fight against malnutrition. During this month, various programmes have...

amazonianfruitmayhelpfightobesityandmetabolicdiseases:study

Amazonian fruit may help fight obesity and metabolic diseases: study

Toronto: An extract of camu camu - a fruit native to the Amazon - may help fight obesity and metabolic disease, a study conducted in mice suggests.The...

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