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scientistsdiscoverfirstphysiologicalsignthatindicatesalzheimers

Scientists discover first physiological sign that indicates Alzheimer's

Scientists have identified the first physiological sign to indicate Alzheimer's disease - a decrease in blood flow in the brain - using a powerful too...

multivitaminshavenoprovenbenefitsduringpregnancy

Multivitamins have no proven benefits during pregnancy

Contradicting the common belief, a review of science data on Tuesday claimed that multivitamins and mineral supplements that are taken so religiously ...

kidswhosucktheirthumbsbitenailshavefewerallergies:study

Kids who suck their thumbs, bite nails have fewer allergies: study

Children who bite their nails or suck their thumbs are less likely to develop allergic sensitivities, a new study suggests. And, if they have both 'ba...

eatfruitsveggiestofeelhappy:study

Eat fruits, veggies to feel happy: study

Eating more fruit and vegetables can substantially increase people’s happiness levels later, a new study has claimed. The study is one of the first ma...

eatingpastawillnotmakeyouobese:study

Eating pasta will not make you obese: study

Good news for pasta lovers, scientists have found that eating pasta may reduce the risk of both general and abdominal obesity, contradicting the bel...

obesityputsyouatmultiplesclerosisrisk

Obesity puts you at multiple sclerosis risk

 A new study has warned that overweight people are more likely to develop multiple sclerosis.Individuals who are obese in early adulthood face a ...

bacteriacanblockmosquitoesfromtransmittingzikavirus:study

Bacteria can block mosquitoes from transmitting Zika virus: study

A benign bacterium can completely block transmission of Zika virus in Aedes aegypti, the mosquito species responsible for passing the virus to humans,...

testosteronetherapycanboostsexlivesofoldermen:study

Testosterone therapy can boost sex lives of older men: study

A testosterone therapy can help boost the sex lives of elderly men facing issues such as low sexual drive and erectile dysfunction, say researchers.Te...

buttermaynotbebadforyourheart:study

Butter may not be bad for your heart: study

Consuming butter in limited quantities may not increase the risk of heart disease or stroke - and it might actually be slightly protective against dia...

excessinsufficientsleepmayraisediabetesriskinmen

Excess, insufficient sleep may raise diabetes risk in men

Men who sleep either fewer or more hours than average may face a greater risk of developing diabetes, a new study has warned.In a group of nearly 800 ...

yourbloodcanpredict10yearriskforheartdisease:study

Your blood can predict 10-year risk for heart disease: study

Scientists have developed a new way to calculate a person's 10-year risk for heart disease by analysing their blood, a method which has greater precis...

dogscansniffoutlowbloodsugarindiabetespatients:study

Dogs can sniff out low blood sugar in diabetes patients: study

Dogs can be trained to spot the warning sign of diabetes in patients by sniffing a chemical found in our breath which provides a flag to warn of dange...

csirlaunchesantidiabeticayurvedicdrugbgr34

CSIR launches anti diabetic ayurvedic drug BGR-34

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has launched BGR-34, an anti-diabetic ayurvedic drug designed for type 2 Diabetes mellitus.A CSI...

overuseofgadgetstriggersearlyageing

Overuse of gadgets triggers early ageing

Excessive use of electronic gadgets, including mobile phones and tablets, can cause "tech neck" that leads to early signs of ageing, health experts ha...

lowbirthweightupstype2diabetesrisk:study

Low birth weight ups type 2 diabetes risk: study

People born with a low birth weight due to genetic factors may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study has found.Researchers...

runningregularlymayboostmemory:study

Running regularly may boost memory: study

Running regularly for a few months may boost your memory, say scientists who have identified a novel protein that fuels exercise-induced neuron grow...

diabetesincreasesheartattackriskby50%:study

Diabetes increases heart attack risk by 50%: study

A new study has found that diabetes can raise the risk of heart attack death by 50%. Researchers at the University of Leeds tracked 700,000 people, wh...

listeningtomozartmaylowerbloodpressure:study

Listening to Mozart may lower blood pressure: study

Listening to a soothing Mozart symphony may significantly lower blood pressure and heart rate, a new study has claimed. The study of the effect of dif...

highlevelsofeducationmayupbraintumourrisk:study

High levels of education may up brain tumour risk: study

A university degree may be linked to an increased risk of developing a brain tumour, according to a new study which found that gliomas were more commo...

yogacanimproveimmunityhelptotacklehealthconditions:doctors

Yoga can improve immunity, help to tackle health conditions: Doctors

As the world celebrated the second International Yoga Day on Tuesday, health experts have urged people to make Yoga an integral part of their life as ...

blueberriescanimprovevisionandmemory

Blueberries can improve vision and memory

While awareness about the benefits of blueberries in warding off cancer and lowering the risk of heart disease is widespread, very few people are awar...

immunesystemlinkedtolowerheartattackrisk:study

Immune system linked to lower heart attack risk: study

Researchers have found that people with higher levels of antibodies in their blood have a lower risk of heart attack, an advance which may make it eas...

viagracancutheartattackrisk:study

Viagra can cut heart attack risk: study

The little blue pill that helps men have sex can also be used to ward off heart attacks and heart failures, according to a recent study.Lead scientist...

obesityinwomenaffectsatleastthreegenerations:study

Obesity in women affects at least three generations: study

Women who are obese and eat high-fat, high-sugar diets can cause multiple generations to develop metabolic problems, even if the offspring consume hea...

mothershighfathighsugardietaffectsfuturegenerations

Mother's high-fat, high sugar diet affects future generations

Pregnant women who eat high-fat, high-sugar diets may lead to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease in multiple generations, even if ...

eatingnutsmaycutmortalityriskfromprostatecancer:study

Eating nuts may cut mortality risk from prostate cancer:study

 Men suffering from prostate cancer who eat nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cashews and macadamias five or more times a week after diagnosis have ...

breastfeedingprematurebabiesgoodfortheirheart:study

Breastfeeding premature babies good for their heart: study

Breastfeeding premature babies - often born with an abnormal heart - may improve their long-term cardiac structure and function, a new study has found...

diabetesdrugcanreduceriskofkidneydisease

Diabetes drug can reduce risk of kidney disease

An injectable drug widely used to lower blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes, can also reduce the risk of dying from heart disease and advanced kid...

consumemorewholegrainstolivelonger

Consume more whole grains to live longer

Consuming nearly four servings of whole grains such as bran, oatmeal and quinoa a day can reduce the risk of premature death, says a new study.The fin...

heartdiseasediabetesmaybedeadlycombination:study

Heart disease, diabetes may be deadly combination: study

The combination of Type 2 diabetes and coronary artery disease can be deadly, according to a new study which found that patients with Type 2 diabetes ...

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