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bellyfatcanbedeadly

Belly fat can be deadly

People who carry fat around their bellies have a greater mortality risk, even if they are thin, than those who are overweight but have normal fat di...

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Unwashed knife can spread bacteria

New York: Do you use knife or grater in the kitchen to cut different eatables one after another, without washing them in between? You could be playi...

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New Vaccine can lower Cholesterol level

Washington: A new research has come up with a vaccine that can lower the bad cholesterol in mice and macaques. The authors of the study, from the ...

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Diabetes drug reduces heart failure risk

New York: A Type-2 diabetes drug significantly reduces hospitalisations and death from heart failure, show results of a clinical trial. The resea...

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Walking can lower blood pressure for Type 2 diabetes

Washington: A new study has revealed that a few minutes of physical activity can lower blood pressure for people with Type 2 diabetes. Author Bro...

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Soon, Eye drops to clear up cataracts

Washington: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered a new chemical that could be added to eye drops to help clear up cataracts, ...

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Walnuts can boost male fertility

Los Angeles: A simple way to boost male fertility could be gobbling a handful of walnuts, researchers say. “The initial research we conducted reg...

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Shorter sleep may lead to affect kidney

New York: Shorter sleep duration can lead to a more rapid decline in kidney function, says a new study. Many of the body’s processes follow a nat...

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Health risks of consuming energy drinks

A team of researchers has discovered the connection between masculinity, energy drink use and sleep problems.Energy drinks have grown in popularity ...

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Depression can damage your memory

4 NOv : Those with depression may deal with feelings of despondency for extended periods--clouding the amount of information that they can hold in the...

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Sweetened drinks tied to increased heart failure risk

London:  Drinking just two glasses of sweetened drinks every day is linked to a higher risk of heart failure in men, a new study has found.Regula...

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Injectible polio vaccine to be introduced from March'2016

Hyderabad: The State government is all set to introduce an injectible polio vaccine, in addition to the existing oral polio vaccine, as part of the un...

toomuchorlesssleepingincreasesdiabetesrisk

Too much or less sleeping increases diabetes risk

A new study has revealed increased sleep duration and chronic short sleep duration are linked to increased diabetes risk in middle-aged and older wome...

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Diet rich in soluble fibre can prevent obesity

Washington: Eating more foods high in soluble fibre — found in oat bran, nuts, lentils, peas, and some fruits and vegetables — may help prevent metabo...

nosignificantdifferencesinmenandwomensbrains

No Significant Differences in Men and Women's Brains

30 Oct:  A research study at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science has debunked the widely-held belief that the hippocampus, a cru...

maleandfemalebrainsworkthesameway

Male and female brains work the same way

New York: There is no such thing called a "male brain" and a "female brain", suggests new research that found no sex difference in the size of he hipp...

heartburndrugscandamageyourkidney

Heartburn drugs can damage your kidney

New York: Increased use of certain medications commonly used to treat heartburn and acid reflux may have damaging effects on the kidneys, say research...

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Bacon, sausages, ham cause cancer: World Health Organisation

Processed meats such as bacon, sausages and ham do cause cancer, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The report releleased on Monday sai...

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Antibiotics may lead to faster weight gain in kids

Washington: Kids who receive antibiotics throughout the course of their childhood gain weight significantly faster than those who do not, a new study ...

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Scientists identify new method to starve Lung Cancer

Toronto: Scientists have identified a new way to stop the growth of lung cancer cells, by blocking their ability to use alternative sources of nutriti...

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Blood pressure meds can't undo all damage

Washington D.C: As per a recent study, treating out-of-control blood pressure with antihypertensive medication can greatly reduce your risk for heart ...

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Sex three-four times a week can clear kidney stones

London: Suffering from kidney stones? Well, stop gulping down beer after beer or other drinks to pass it out and prepare yourself for better action be...

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Drinking cranberry juice may protect your heart

Two cups of cranberry juice daily may help protect you against cardiovascular diseases, suggests new research."Cranberry juice is a rich source of phy...

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Insulin dose not linked to cardiovascular death

Increasing insulin dose to manage diabetes is unlikely to deteriorate your heart's health, suggests new research.Insulin is not an independent risk fa...

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Heavy internet use may put teens at high BP risk

New York: Teenagers who spend hours on the internet may be at risk of gaining unhealthy weight and having high blood pressure, say researchers. The st...

tallerpeoplemorelikelytodevelopcancer:swedishstudy

Taller people more likely to develop cancer: Swedish study

Washington: A new study has revealed that taller people are more likely to develop cancer.In the study, Karolinska Institute and University of Stockho...

scientistsdevelopinsulinproducingcellstotreatdiabetespatients

Scientists develop insulin producing cells to treat Diabetes patients

Washington:  In a breakthrough discovery, scientists have developed a new technique to create insulin producing cells that may treat diabetes.Cur...

obesekidsmaybeathigherriskfordiabetes

Obese kids may be at higher risk for diabetes

A new study has revealed that children suffering from severe obesity may be at a higher risk for heart disease and diabetes.Lead researcher Asheley Co...

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World Heart Day: Five foods for keeping your heart healthy

Keeping World Heart Day in mind, which is observed on September 29, to keep your heart healthy include salmon, which is high on Omega 3 and munch waln...

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Dried plums keep colon cancer at bay

Dried plums have been found to contain substances that could help in the fight against colon cancer risk.Researchers from Texas A and M University and...

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