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Scientists track brain developments of new born babies: study

Scientists track brain developments of new born babies: study

Researchers can now easily study how the human brain develops as scientists have published ground-breaking scans of newborn babies’ brains.The images ...

Scientists track brain developments of newborn babies

Scientists track brain developments of newborn babies

Washington D.C. [USA], May 10 : Researchers can now easily study how the human brain develops as scientists have published ground-breaking scans of ne...

Energy drinks may be fatal for people with heart disease

Energy drinks may be fatal for people with heart disease

Drinking even a small amount of caffeinated energy drinks may trigger serious cardiac events in people with a genetic heart condition, which may lead ...

The Real Reason Why We All Crave ‘Comfort Foods’ When We’re Stressed & Depressed

The Real Reason Why We All Crave ‘Comfort Foods’ When We’re Stressed & Depressed

If there is a universal panacea for all that ails us – ice cream would be it! When we were kids, ice cream helped to heal scraped knees and even thoug...

Beginners Guide To The Keto Diet

Beginners Guide To The Keto Diet

The keto diet is rapidly gaining popularity with individuals struggling to lose weight and also with bodybuilders. Because of its sudden rise to promi...

Cotton buds may be hazardous for children: study

Cotton buds may be hazardous for children: study

Parents, take note! Cotton buds may do more harm than good, say scientists who found that using them can cause severe injuries to children.Researchers...

Working at night may harm your liver: study

Working at night may harm your liver: study

Frequent international travels or working at night may harm your liver by disrupting the natural sleep-wake cycle of the body, a new study suggests.Re...

Noisy knees may point to osteoarthritis risk: study

Noisy knees may point to osteoarthritis risk: study

Hear grating, cracking or popping sounds when you bend your knees? You may be at an increased risk of developing osteoarthritis, a new study suggests....

'Smart' contact lens may diagnose diabetes, glaucoma

Scientists have developed a new smart contact lens with built-in wireless sensors that may help diagnose diabetes, glaucoma and other health condition...

Maternal exposure to plastic chemical during pregnancy may up asthma risk in kids

Maternal exposure to plastic chemical during pregnancy may up asthma risk in kids

A mother's exposure to chemicals used to soften and increase the flexibility of plastic, during pregnancy and breastfeeding may increase the risk of c...

Ketamine,botox may help treat depression: study

Ketamine,botox may help treat depression: study

Party drug ketamine and Botox - used cosmetically to treat wrinkles - may help alleviate the symptoms of depression, scientists claim.Researchers from...

Eating avocados may help shed extra kilos: Study

Eating avocados may help shed extra kilos: Study

Eating avocados may help lose excess body weight and reduce your waistline, a new research has found.Researchers found that consuming avocados may be ...

Excess smartphone use bad for mental health: study

Excess smartphone use bad for mental health: study

Excess use of smartphones and other devices may lead to attention, behaviour and self-regulation problems for adolescents already at risk for mental h...

Sunscreens may cause vitamin D deficiency: study

Sunscreens may cause vitamin D deficiency: study

Applying sunscreen may make you deficient in vitamin D, increasing your risk of muscle weakness and bone fractures, new research warns.Researchers fro...

Good Relationships Linked To Lower Dementia Risk

Good Relationships Linked To Lower Dementia Risk

Having a reliable, approachable and understanding relationship with spouse or partner, children and other immediate family members may put older adult...

Blood group may predict heart attack risk: study

Blood group may predict heart attack risk: study

People having a non-O blood group such as A, B or AB may be at an increased risk of suffering a heart attack, new research has found."We demonstrate t...

Mom

Mom's financial strain linked to smaller,weaker babies: study

A financially weak pregnant woman's worries about the arrival and care of her little one could contribute to the birth of a smaller, medically vulnera...

Now, smartphone controlled system to keep diabetes in check

Now, smartphone controlled system to keep diabetes in check

Scientists have successfully engineered cells to produce insulin under the command of a smartphone, helping keep blood sugar levels within normal limi...

Testosterone makes men impulsive: study

Testosterone makes men impulsive: study

Male hormone, testesterone, hampers decision making and increases impulsive behaviour in men, a new study suggests.Researchers, including those from C...

Italian-style coffee may halve prostate cancer risk: study

Italian-style coffee may halve prostate cancer risk: study

London: Drinking three or more cups of caffeinated coffee a day may reduce the risk of prostate cancer by more than 50 per cent, a new Italian study c...

Parkinson

Parkinson's disease starts in gut: study

Washington D.C.: A recent study suggests that parkinson's disease, a disorder of the central nervous system, may start in the gut and spread to the br...

Are your children getting enough protein in their diet? Here

Are your children getting enough protein in their diet? Here's an important tip

A recent study suggests dairy proteins may be an even higher quality source of protein compared to vegetable-based protein sources than previously tho...

'Diet' foods can make you fat: study

'Diet' foods - high in sugar but low in fat - may contribute to unwanted weight gain and a host of other problems such as liver damage and brain infla...

Eating less salt may not lower your BP, says study

Eating less salt may not lower your BP, says study

Contrary to popular belief, consuming less sodium may not lead to lower blood pressure in the long term, show results of a new study that followed mor...

Exercise

Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s: study

Are you over 50 and showing signs of cognitive decline? Then doing moderate exercise several times a week is the best way to keep your mind sharp, res...

Sticking to a routine may cut obesity in kids: study

Sticking to a routine may cut obesity in kids: study

Parents take note! Eating meals and going to bed on time - as well as limiting the number of hours spent watching television - may boost emotional hea...

Dark chocolate may protect your brain from ageing

Dark chocolate may protect your brain from ageing

Chocoholics, take note! Eating dark chocolate may protect your brain from age-related stress and inflammation that are thought to play an important ro...

How To Get Rid Of Neck Pain In Less Than 30 Seconds

How To Get Rid Of Neck Pain In Less Than 30 Seconds

We constantly complain about our phones and laptops and yet we remain dependent on them. But,  how much of the time that we spend on them is actu...

Beetroot juice makes brain of adults perform more efficiently: study

Beetroot juice makes brain of adults perform more efficiently: study

A new study claimed that drinking beetroot juice supplement before working out makes the brain of older adults perform more efficiently, mirroring the...

Strawberries may help fight breast cancer: study

Strawberries may help fight breast cancer: study

In a first, scientists have found that strawberry extracts may help prevent the spread of aggressively growing breast cancer cells and reduce the size...

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