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Sleep problems common in midlife women with diabetes: Study

Sleep problems common in midlife women with diabetes: Study

Washington: Women with diabetes are at a greater risk for sleep disturbances, suggests a study, which was published in the journal -- Menopause. "The ...

People with HIV at increased risk of COPD: Study

People with HIV at increased risk of COPD: Study

London: People living with HIV have a significantly elevated risk of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and coughs, heart disease, pregnancy...

Blood pressure in midlife may be related to dementia risk: Study

Blood pressure in midlife may be related to dementia risk: Study

Washington: A recent study suggests that abnormal blood pressure in midlife persisting into late life increases the likelihood of developing dementia....

Too much time on smartphones leads to obesity, deadly disease

Too much time on smartphones leads to obesity, deadly disease

Smartphone addiction could lead to serious weight gain and the onslaught of deadly diseases,according to a new study.Young adults who use their smartp...

Infant

Infant's health can be predicted from birthweight, height: Study

Washington: One's future health can be predicted as early as they are born! A new study highlighted that an infant's birth weight and height together ...

Dark chocolates relieves systems of depression and anxiety: Study

Dark chocolates relieves systems of depression and anxiety: Study

Washington: Eating dark chocolate may positively affect mood and relieve depression symptoms, found a recent study looking at whether different types ...

Estrogens hormones in pregnant women increases autism risk: study

Estrogens hormones in pregnant women increases autism risk: study

Washington: High levels of estrogens hormones in the womb could increase the risk of a foetus developing autism later, suggests a study. The study was...

Pain sensing nerves help fight skin infection: study

Pain sensing nerves help fight skin infection: study

Washington: A recent discovery revealed that pain-sensing nerves help fight skin infections and prevent its spread, suggesting a new type of immunity....

Diabetes can be the cause of major heart disease: Study

Diabetes can be the cause of major heart disease: Study

Washington: A team of scientists and physicians identified a cellular connection between diabetes and one of its major complications - narrowing of th...

Healthy lifestyle can keep genetic risk of dementia at bay: Study

Healthy lifestyle can keep genetic risk of dementia at bay: Study

Washington: Adopting a healthy lifestyle comes with numerous benefits and one among them is that it offsets a person's genetic risk of dementia, sugge...

Drinking 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart: Study

Drinking 25 cups of coffee a day safe for heart: Study

London: Drinking coffee, including in people who consume up to 25 cups a day, may not be as bad for arteries and heart as previously thought, a study ...

Fruits and Veggies can boost your heart health: Study

Fruits and Veggies can boost your heart health: Study

The study presented at the meeting ‘Nutrition 2019’ in the Baltimore Convention Center, estimated that roughly 1 in 7 cardiovascular deaths could be a...

Eating a cup of Blueberries can reduce risk of heart disease: Study

Eating a cup of Blueberries can reduce risk of heart disease: Study

According to the study, eating a cup of blueberries a day reduces risk factors for cardiovascular disease.Speaking about the findings, the team of res...

Goat milk promotes growth of healthy bacteria in the gut: Study

Goat milk promotes growth of healthy bacteria in the gut: Study

Washington: Goat milk formula may have strong prebiotic and anti-infection properties, that could protect infants against gastrointestinal infections,...

Artificial Intelligence to help manage Alzheimer’s

Artificial Intelligence to help manage Alzheimer’s

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can prove to be essential for healthcare providers to detect and manage Alzheimer’s disease or a related form of dementia...

Chemicals in everyday products can up risk of osteoporosis: Study

Chemicals in everyday products can up risk of osteoporosis: Study

Beijing: Women exposed to triclosan, a chemical widely used as an antibacterial in soaps, tooth pastes and other personal care products, are more like...

Smartphone use is a major cause of stress and anxiety in children: Study

Smartphone use is a major cause of stress and anxiety in children: Study

Washington: As the world becomes increasingly digital-savvy with smartphones becoming an integral part of our lives, one often tends to overlook the o...

Hypertension can hinder clearance of waste molecules of brain: Study

Hypertension can hinder clearance of waste molecules of brain: Study

Washington: As part of a recent study, researchers have found that high blood pressure may affect conditions such as Alzheimer's disease by interferin...

Morning exercise can increase body

Morning exercise can increase body's metabolic response: Study

Washington: Benefits of exercise vary according to the time it is done, recent findings suggest. A team of researchers from the University of Copenhag...

Asthma Patients Skipping Doses Owing to High Cost

Asthma Patients Skipping Doses Owing to High Cost

Out-of-pocket costs are preventing many people from taking vital asthma medication, says a new study, calling for urgent interventions to promote disc...

Diet can affect your child

Diet can affect your child's brain performance: Study

Washington: A new study has found how diet, water intake and beverages like coffee affect a child's brain. The study will be presented at the meeting,...

Boost your eye health with turmeric

Boost your eye health with turmeric

New Delhi: After turmeric latte, it is now time for Haldi Eyes! While supermodels and celebrities ranging from Priyanka Chopra to Victoria Beckham swe...

Cancer can recur from blood transfusion: study

Cancer can recur from blood transfusion: study

Washington: In a study, researchers have claimed that receiving blood transfusion during liver cancer surgery (hepatocellular carcinoma) increases the...

Pregnancy linked to depression: Study

Pregnancy linked to depression: Study

London: Women go through several physical and emotional changes during pregnancy and their negative attitude towards body changes during this time can...

LED lighting can damage eye

LED lighting can damage eye's retina, disturb natural sleep rhythms

France government-run health watchdog has said, the blue light in LED lighting can damage the eye's retina and disturb natural sleep rhythms. The...

Sunscreen does not inhibit production of Vitamin D: Study

Sunscreen does not inhibit production of Vitamin D: Study

Washington: The importance of sunscreen cannot be undermined but there are concerns that it might hamper the production of vitamin D in the body. Howe...

Appendix removal can lead to Parkinson

Appendix removal can lead to Parkinson's

Washington: Patients who had their appendix removed were more than three times as likely to develop Parkinson's as those who had not, according to a r...

Side-effects of excessive protein consumption: Study

Side-effects of excessive protein consumption: Study

Washington: Researchers suggest that excessive consumption of protein for building muscle mass could have a negative impact on the body. However, wide...

Work stress and improper sleep cause of cardiovascular death: Study

Work stress and improper sleep cause of cardiovascular death: Study

Washington: Stress at work and trouble in sleeping are associated with a threefold increase in the risk of cardiovascular death in employees diagnosed...

Eat more Mediterranean foods, prevent diseases: Study

Eat more Mediterranean foods, prevent diseases: Study

A new study measured the outcomes of a long-term Western diet to that of a Mediterranean diet on obesity-related diseases and found that a Mediterrane...

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