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over300millionpeoplesufferfromdepression:who

Over 300 million people suffer from depression: WHO

Over 300 million people are living with depression, the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide, according to the latest estimates from t...

nowinternetcrystalballtopredictheartdiseasediabetesmoreaccurately

Now, Internet crystal ball to predict heart disease, diabetes more accurately

Scientists have developed an internet crystal ball -a metabolic calculator that can predict a patients' risk of developing heart disease and diabetes ...

eatinglegumesmayreduceyourriskofdiabetes

Eating Legumes May Reduce Your Risk Of Diabetes

A higher consumption of legumes - such as lentils, chickpeas, beans and peas - has the potential to lower the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 35...

hepatitisbcmayupriskofparkinsons:study

Hepatitis B,C may up risk of Parkinson's: study

Hepatitis B and C viruses may both be associated with a significantly increased risk of Parkinson's disease, a new study has found.Hepatitis B is spre...

choosetherightfoodsthissummer!!

Choose The Right Foods This Summer!!

While school kids may eagerly await the summer holidays, the rest of us dread this time of the year. The unbearable heat of our summers makes travelin...

didyouknow:your“icecream”maynothaveanymilkatall!

Did You Know: Your “Ice Cream” May Not Have Any Milk At All!

As a consumer you have every right to know what you are buying, and you are entitled to your money’s worth.Now, most of us enjoy and are comfortable e...

bengalurulabsnewproducttostopbleedingin90secs

Bengaluru Lab's New Product to Stop Bleeding in 90 Secs

A two-member research team from Bengaluru has applied for a patent for a product aimed at soldiers, which can stop bleeding in 90 seconds.The duo from...

videogamesmaybeviabletreatmentfordepression:study

Video games may be viable treatment for depression: study

Playing a specifically designed video game may help people cope with depression, especially if they receive text reminders to play, scientists includi...

commongastricmedicinesmayupbacterialinfectionrisk:study

Common gastric medicines may up bacterial infection risk: study

Taking commonly prescribed gastric medications for conditions like acid reflux may increase risk for bacterial infections that cause diseases ranging ...

over100geneslinkedtomemoryinhumansidentified

Over 100 genes linked to memory in humans identified

Scientists have identified more than 100 genes linked to human memory, an advance that may lead to new cognitive therapies.Researchers used two sets o...

garlickills14kindsofcancerand13typesofinfection

Garlic Kills 14 Kinds Of Cancer And 13 Types Of Infection

Garlic has, for hundreds of years, been utilized for its medicinal properties. This strong herb comes with a trifecta of benefits to our body’s health...

nutallergytestsmaybeinaccurate:study

Nut allergy tests may be inaccurate: Study

WASHINGTON: Being allergic to one type of nut may not mean that you need to stop eating all other nuts, according to scientists who claim that certain...

whenisthebesttimetoeatabanana?

When is the best time to eat a banana?

I don't consider myself a picky eater, but there are certain things I just can't swallow. Raw celery, for example, or cilantro. Another one is ripe ba...

sleeplessnightmayimpairabilitytorecogniseexpressions:study

Sleepless night may impair ability to recognise expressions: study

Didn't sleep well last night? Your may have a hard time identifying whether people around you are happy or sad, scientists say.Researchers from Univer...

whosgotdope?thefriendswhodealweedandwheretheygetit

Who's Got Dope? The Friends Who Deal Weed and Where They Get It

I've lived in Delhi for close to a decade now, and when you're armed with that sort of definitive living in your twenties and a Metro Card to anywhere...

canliftingweightsreallystuntgrowth?

Can Lifting Weights Really Stunt Growth?

Weightlifting is perhaps the most popular activity with bodybuilders, but weight training is also integral to any fitness and exercise routine. It is ...

injectablecontraceptiveintroducedundernationalfamilyplanningprogrammehasnoserioussideeffects:govt

Injectable Contraceptive Introduced Under National Family Planning Programme Has No Serious Side-Effects: Govt

NEW DELHI -- The recently-introduced injectable contraceptive under the National Family Planning Programme has no long-term impacts or serious side-ef...

exercisingfor25hoursaweekmayslowparkinsons:study

Exercising for 2.5 hours a week may slow Parkinson's: study

Exercising for at least 150 minutes every week may improve mobility and quality of life in people with Parkinson's disease, a new study claims.Parkins...

rareliverandkidneydualtransplantgavethismanawholenewlife!

Rare liver and kidney dual-transplant gave this man a whole new life!

Kidney and liver transplants are nothing new, but this case is different, as the patient, Sanish Bharat, underwent a rare dual liver and kidney transp...

amarathontodefeattb:asurvivorsjourneyagainstallodds

A Marathon to Defeat TB: A Survivor's Journey Against All Odds

Saurabh Rane was a regular 21-year-old with ambitions to be successful in life, when he hit a roadblock.I was going to college, working two jobs, look...

womenssenseofsmellmayinfluencetheirsociallife:study

Women's sense of smell may influence their social life: study

Your social life may be linked to how well your sense of smell functions, say scientists who found that older women who perform poorly in odour identi...

cheapernewvaccinefoundtocurerotaviruscausingdeathinchildren

Cheaper new vaccine found to cure rotavirus causing death in children

Miami: A new vaccine that is cheap to make and does not require refrigeration has shown promise in preventing rotavirus, a contagious and fatal diseas...

followthismealtimetabletoachieveyourweightlossgoals

Follow This Meal Timetable To Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals

Eat fruit and veggies every day to lose weight… yeah yeah, tell me something I don’t know! If you don’t eat at the right time, your blood sugar levels...

manbecomesfirstpersontobecuredofarareblooddisorder

Man becomes first person to be cured of a rare blood disorder

Washington: In a first, doctors in the US claim to have successfully cured an adult patient with a rare blood disorder in which the body does not prod...

deadlyspidersvenommaypreventstrokedamage:study

Deadly spider's venom may prevent stroke damage: study

A protein found in the venom of Australia's deadly funnel-web spider may prevent the human brain from the devastating damage after a stroke, according...

eatingcheesemaymakeyouslimmer:study

Eating cheese may make you slimmer: study

People who consume high-fat dairy products like cheese may have lower body mass index and cholesterol levels, a new Irish study has claimed.Researcher...

watchout!hardercalciumdepositsmaypredictheartattackrisk

Watch out! Harder calcium deposits may predict heart attack risk

People with proportionately higher quantities of harder calcified plaque best predicted risk of heart attacks, while soft plaque did not, representing...

beetrootleaves(beetgreens):awonderfulfoodwithmanyhealthbenefits

Beetroot Leaves (Beet Greens): A Wonderful Food With Many Health Benefits

These days in order to safe-guard your physical well-being, you need to rely on natural ways such as consumption of wholesome foods to promote good he...

exergamingcanboosthealth:study

Exergaming can boost health: study

Exergames such as Pokemon Go that combine gaming with physical activity can help reduce sedentary time and promote health, a new study has found.Tradi...

skinnyjeansoversizedbagshighheelsmayproveharmfulforwomenshealthsaysstudy

Skinny jeans, oversized bags, high heels may prove harmful for women's health, says study

London :  Your fashion choices may prove harmful for your body. Love for skinny jeans, oversized bags and high heels may be damaging your body, s...

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