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Excessive gaming to be named mental disorder by WHO in 2018

Excessive gaming to be named mental disorder by WHO in 2018

The year 2018 will see World Health Organization (WHO) adding an unexpected name to its list of mental health conditions. According to WHO, from next ...

Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk in elderly

Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk in elderly

 A study has recently found that taking calcium, vitamin D supplements or both may not protect against hip fracture and other bone breaks in the ...

Blueberry vinegar can help fight dementia

Blueberry vinegar can help fight dementia

Dementia is considered to be one of the fastest-growing health burdens across the globe, with one person developing the disease every 3 seconds.Many s...

Eating too much of red meat may put you at cancer risk

Eating too much of red meat may put you at cancer risk

London : Before buying red meat from market, you may want take a complete look at the entire animal, as a study recently warns that consuming processe...

Taking folic acid in pregnancy may up risk of allergies: study

Taking folic acid in pregnancy may up risk of allergies: study

Taking folic acid in late pregnancy may increase the risk of allergies in offspring affected by intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), a study warns....

Folic acid in pregnancy can up risk of allergies in kids

Folic acid in pregnancy can up risk of allergies in kids

Washington D.C. :  According to a study, taking folic acid in late pregnancy may increase the risk of allergies in children affected by growth re...

Short-time exercise equals big-time brain boost: study

Short-time exercise equals big-time brain boost: study

Even a short, one-time burst of exercise can boost parts of the brain responsible for executive functions such as decision-making and focus, a study s...

Eating fish weekly could boost your kids

Eating fish weekly could boost your kids' IQ

New York : Want to sharpen your kids' mental skills and boost intelligence quotient (IQ) levels? Feed them fish at least once a week, says a study.&nb...

Apples, tomatoes might restore lung damage caused by smoking:Study

Apples, tomatoes might restore lung damage caused by smoking:Study

People who have quit smoking should include in their diet tomatoes and fruits as these foods might help restore lung damage caused by smoking, accordi...

Eating tomatoes may restore lung damage in smokers

Eating tomatoes may restore lung damage in smokers

A diet high in tomatoes and fruits, especially apples, can help restore lung damage caused by smoking, a study suggests.The study from Johns Hopkins B...

Eating salads daily may keep your brain 11 years younger

Eating salads daily may keep your brain 11 years younger

Eating one to two servings of salad with spinach, lettuce and kale daily may keep your brain 11 years younger as well as prevent dementia, according t...

Exercising during nicotine exposure reduces severity of withdrawal: Study

Exercising during nicotine exposure reduces severity of withdrawal: Study

New research in mice sheds light on the mechanism underlining exercise's protective effect against nicotine dependence and withdrawal.The study reveal...

Bedtime smartphone use may cause weight gain in kids: study

Bedtime smartphone use may cause weight gain in kids: study

Watching TV or using smartphones before going to bed may lead to weight gain in kids, a study warns.The findings, published in the journal Global Pedi...

Blood test may detect multiple sclerosis: study

Blood test may detect multiple sclerosis: study

A simple blood test may help detect signs of multiple sclerosis, a disease of the brain and spinal cord, according to a study.The discovery by researc...

Ketamine may reduce suicidal thoughts: study

Ketamine may reduce suicidal thoughts: study

Addictive party drug ketamine may be effective in reducing suicidal thoughts in depressed people, a study claims.Researchers found that administration...

Indian chefs amazed by mustard oil and its several advantages

Indian chefs amazed by mustard oil and its several advantages

Mustard oil has been used for centuries as a food additive and remains a staple in a majority of Indian homes. Incorporating mustard oil into your dai...

Nanoparticles may help detect cancer early

Nanoparticles may help detect cancer early

Using light-emitting nanoparticles, scientists, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a highly effective method to detect tiny tumours and ...

This unlikely food item can help prevent constipation

This unlikely food item can help prevent constipation

It's becoming clear in recent years that what you eat can be highly effective in preventing or reversing some health problems, especially chronic cons...

Infertility in women tied to insomnia

Infertility in women tied to insomnia

Women with sleep disorders other than sleep apnea may be more than three times as likely to experience infertility as their counterparts who don’t hav...

Drinking hot tea daily may reduce glaucoma risk: study

Drinking hot tea daily may reduce glaucoma risk: study

Drinking a cup of hot tea at least once a day may significantly lower risk of developing glaucoma - a serious eye condition, a study suggests.However,...

Brain mechanisms behind depression identified: study

Brain mechanisms behind depression identified: study

People suffering from major mental disorder have activity and connectivity alterations in their brain regions responsible for reward and memory, accor...

Kidney disease may up diabetes risk: study

Kidney disease may up diabetes risk: study

Kidney dysfunction may increase the risk of diabetes, according to a study which found that the culprit behind the relationship is urea.Diabetes is kn...

Winter care tips: How to take special care of dry skin and brittle hair

Winter care tips: How to take special care of dry skin and brittle hair

Winter is the time for coziness, cuddles and warm, lazy sunshine. Also the time for dry skin, falling hair and dull appearances. Really? No! It doesn’...

Vigorous exercise could delay Parkinson

Vigorous exercise could delay Parkinson's disease

Three intense workouts a week could slow the progression of Parkinson's disease, according to a study.A team of researchers at Northwestern Medicine a...

'Ground-breaking' new drug gives hope in Huntington's disease

Scientists have for the first time fixed a protein defect that causes Huntington's disease by injecting a drug from Ionis Pharmaceuticals into the spi...

Eating soy foods can reduce side effects of breast cancer treatment

Eating soy foods can reduce side effects of breast cancer treatment

Washington D.C. : Here are some food items every breast cancer survivor should know about.Consuming soy milk, tofu, cabbages, and broccoli can be asso...

Sugary drinks during pregnancy ups risk of mid-childhood asthma: study

Sugary drinks during pregnancy ups risk of mid-childhood asthma: study

Mothers-to-be beware! Consuming that fruit juice or fizzy drinks during pregnancy may increase their child's risk of developing asthma at ages seven a...

Carrot Juice Benefits: Why you need to drink up this amazing veggie

Carrot Juice Benefits: Why you need to drink up this amazing veggie

It is not without reason that our elders always told us to load up on carrots. Of all of their health benefiting properties, the one related to improv...

People living in cold regions at higher risk of cancer: study

People living in cold regions at higher risk of cancer: study

People who live in cold regions may be at an increased risk of developing cancer, a study has found.According to the study, populations living in very...

Canola oil may worsen memory,learning ability: study

Canola oil may worsen memory,learning ability: study

Canola oil - one of the most widely consumed vegetable oils in the world - may be harmful to the brain, according to a study which found that it can w...

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