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Learn How To Identify Artificially Ripened Mangoes

Learn How To Identify Artificially Ripened Mangoes

No matter how much we may dread our summers, we also look forward to them; if for no other reason, for the delight of those juicy mangoes. Unfortunate...

Air pollution may cause DNA damage in children: study

Air pollution may cause DNA damage in children: study

Children and teenagers exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution may be at an increased risk of a specific DNA damage called telomere sh...

New Study Suggests A Protein Present In Potatoes And Tomatoes Could Cause Alzheimer

New Study Suggests A Protein Present In Potatoes And Tomatoes Could Cause Alzheimer's Disease

Let's take a moment and think of every time we have been asked to eat vegetables because what else is the easiest route to being healthy. But, accordi...

Even moderate drinking may not keep heart disease at bay

Even moderate drinking may not keep heart disease at bay

Over the years, studies have found that adults who drink moderately have lower heart disease rates than non-drinkers. That has spurred the widespread ...

New tablet device to assist heart failure patients

New tablet device to assist heart failure patients

Scientists have developed a novel tablet device to help heart failure patients manage their disease by monitoring symptoms and drug dosage.Researchers...

Overweight boys at high risk of colon cancer

Overweight boys at high risk of colon cancer

Washington D.C. : In an attempt to highlight the importance of children to be a healthy, a recent study suggests overweight boys, as compared to their...

New diabetes drug may replace insulin jabs

New diabetes drug may replace insulin jabs

Scientists are developing a new safe, effective diabetes drug that could spell the end for painful insulin jabs.Researchers led by the University of A...

Gene study sheds light on causes of childhood sight loss

Gene study sheds light on causes of childhood sight loss

New Delhi : A genetic mutation that contributes to sight loss in children has been identified by scientists.The mutation was identified in patients wi...

Eating  fruits, veggies may make you look attractive: study

Eating fruits, veggies may make you look attractive: study

Higher intake of fruits and vegetables may be the key to looking good and having attractive skin, according to a new study published today.The researc...

World Hypertension Day 2017: Know the symptoms and causes

World Hypertension Day 2017: Know the symptoms and causes

  If constant headache has been troubling you, dizziness has been bothering you, you have been getting fatigued fast or you have blurred vision, ...

Computer game can get your kids to eat better

Computer game can get your kids to eat better

Washington : A simple brain-training game could help children choose healthy snacks instead of chocolate and sweets, according to a recent research.&n...

Lonely teens may have troubled sleep: study

Lonely teens may have troubled sleep: study

Teenagers who are lonely may have poor quality of sleep, according to a new British study.In the study, lonelier people were also 24 per cent more lik...

3D-printed ovaries may help infertile women give birth to healthy babies

3D-printed ovaries may help infertile women give birth to healthy babies

In a breakthrough research, scientists claim to have created artificial 3D-printed ovaries with biological hydrogel which could make conceiving possib...

'Brain-on-a-chip' may help treat Alzheimer's, Parkinson's

Scientists, led by an Indian- origin researcher, have developed a new material that could allow brain cells to grow and form predictable circuits, an ...

What Are Healthy Fats? And Which Ones Should You Be Having Regularly

What Are Healthy Fats? And Which Ones Should You Be Having Regularly

You see a packet of “low-fat” biscuits next to regular ones and you unconsciously reach for the low-fat ones. We think of fat as “bad” for us, but thi...

Volunteering may help prevent dementia: study

Volunteering may help prevent dementia: study

Regularly engaging in volunteer work after retirement may significantly reduce the risk of developing dementia, a new study has found."We found that t...

Tomato extracts can fight stomach cancer: study

Tomato extracts can fight stomach cancer: study

Tomato extracts can inhibit the growth and malignant cloning of stomach cancer cells, according to a new study that paves the way for novel therapies ...

Regular snoring in babies can be a danger sign

Regular snoring in babies can be a danger sign

Melbourne [Australia], May 15 : Turns out, if your baby snores at least four nights a week, it could indicate serious health problems. "Breathing...

Exercise and healthy diet may help prevent osteoarthritis: study

Exercise and healthy diet may help prevent osteoarthritis: study

A combination of a healthy diet and regular physical activity may help prevent osteoarthritis, a new study claims.Researchers from the University of S...

Mental illness can lead to cariovascular disease: study

Mental illness can lead to cariovascular disease: study

People with severe mental illness are at a substantially increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease compared to the general population, acco...

Dietary vitamin D could lower risk of early menopause: study

Dietary vitamin D could lower risk of early menopause: study

A high intake of dietary vitamin D and calcium may be associated with lower risk of early menopause, the cessation of ovarian function before age 45, ...

MRE offers hope in measuring liver fibrosis in kids

MRE offers hope in measuring liver fibrosis in kids

ashington D.C. [USA], May 12 : Researchers have determined that magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) can be an accurate, non-invasive tool to identif...

New gene delivery system to prevent vision loss: study

New gene delivery system to prevent vision loss: study

Scientists have developed nanoparticles that can deliver genes to target cells and prevent vision loss due to an inherited eye disorder - one of the m...

Busted: 6 milk myths you probably believed to be true

Busted: 6 milk myths you probably believed to be true

Can be called one of the most consumed beverages around the globe, Milk has long been associated with good health. Although the nutrition value of thi...

Zika vaccine comes closer to reality

Zika vaccine comes closer to reality

Washington D.C. [USA], May 11 : A new study has paved the way for a promising vaccine for the Zika virus. Preclinical results of research by City...

Smiling may make you look older: study

Smiling may make you look older: study

Smiling can make you appear two years older than if you wear a poker face, according to a new study which contradicts the popular belief that putting ...

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...

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