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liverhormonecutscravingsforsweetsalcohol

Liver hormone cuts cravings for sweets, alcohol

In a good news for those who cannot shun their drink and also have "sweet tooth", scientists have discovered for the first time a liver hormone that...

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Obese children may have weaker bones: Study

Washington: Obese children tend to have more muscle but excess body fat may compromise other functions in their bodies, such as bone growth, new res...

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Daily magnesium intake can prevent pancreatic cancer

Daily magnesium intake may be beneficial in preventing pancreatic cancer, researchers from Indiana University (IU) have found. Previous studies have f...

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Fish oil can help you reduce weight

Consuming fish oil could help reduce weight gain in middle-aged people by transforming fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells, a new study has claim...

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Mirrors can make unhealthy foods less tasty: study

Washington: Watching yourself in the mirror while eating can reduce the perceived tastiness of unhealthy food, according to scientists who suggest tha...

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Heart disease, stroke top killers worldwide

Heart disease is the biggest killer worldwide followed by stroke, according to a new report that showed 31 per cent of all global deaths were caused b...

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Night milk can help good night's sleep

Drinking cow milk collected during night time (night milk) can help you have a good night's sleep without popping any pill, suggests new research.Acco...

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Black raspberry touted for big health benefits

If you’re looking for a super-food fruit, you may not need to look as far as the exotic goji, acerola or acai berry.A Polish study points out that the...

vegetariandietmoreharmfultoenvironment:study

Vegetarian diet more harmful to environment: Study

New York: Contrary to popular assumption — and a talk by actor Arnold Schwarzenegger at the United Nations Paris Climate Change Conference — eating a ...

pomegranateshavesomeeffectsonheart

Pomegranates have some effects on heart

Washington D.C, Dec 15 (ANI): Contrary to recent studies, pomegranates have been found to have no effect on most heart risk factors.The study assessin...

wenowhaveasuperlowgiricevarietyfordiabeticpatients

We now have a super low GI rice variety for Diabetic patients

Diabetic patients rejoice. Rice will no more be a ‘villain’ for diabetic patients as researchers in Chhattisgarh have identified a high-yielding varie...

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Intense exercise can disturb sleep quality

London: Intensive bouts of exercise can lead to significant and progressive decline in sleep quality, says a new study.The researchers also found that...

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Lips don’t lie ... keep them in good shape

Lips are the most sensitive part of the face. They are made up of thin skin that can get damaged easily. Pigmentation is a common problem. Lips can te...

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Stress puts older people at Alzheimer's risk

Washington: Ongoing stress has been linked to an array of health problems and now, researchers are blaming it for a type of memory decline in ol...

lackofsleepcanmakeyoufeelcranky:study

Lack of sleep can make you feel cranky: Study

Washington: Do you know lack of sleep can make your feel uneasy and cranky in the morning.The research undertaken by Tel Aviv University reveals that ...

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New bandage senses temperature

Engineers have designed a sticking bandage that releases medicine in response to changes in skin temperature. Designed by Xuanhe Zhao, associate profe...

frequentgreenteacomsuptionmayaffectfertility:study

Frequent Green Tea comsuption may affect fertility: Study

New York: Are you a green tea lover? Read this carefully as the cup packed with anti-oxidants and other health benefits may adversely affect your fert...

spoonfulofsugarbeforelongrunningkillsfatigue:study

Spoonful of sugar before long running kills fatigue: Study

If you are a long-distance runner and feel “marathon fatigue” quite often, try a spoonful of sugar first and hit the ground running like never before....

heartattackdeathsoccurduetoinsufficientheartpumping

Heart attack deaths occur due to insufficient heart pumping

Heart failure is on the rise in this country because of poorly managed lifestyle and food habits and in many cases death occurs due to insufficient he...

slowwalkingmayrelatealzheimersdiseaseintheelderlypeople

Slow walking may relate Alzheimer's disease in the Elderly people

London: How fast elderly people walk may be related to the amount of amyloid they have built up in their brains, even if they don’t yet have symptoms ...

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New non-toxic material for dental fillings

Graphene oxide could be used to make super strong dental fillings that don't corrode, a new study says. The study suggests we chew around 800 times in...

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Three-four cups of coffee can reduce diabetes risk

London: Much to coffee lovers’ delight, drinking three to four cups of coffee per day can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, said a new ...

frenchfriescanputyourhealthatrisk

French fries can put your health at risk

New York: French fry lovers, beware! A chemical in your favourite snacks – more commonly associated with heavy industry than crispy fried potatoes –...

losingfatfrompancreascanreversediabetes

Losing fat from pancreas can reverse diabetes

A team of researchers have shown that type 2 diabetes is caused by fat accumulating in the pancreas and losing less than one gram of that fat throug...

testoteronetreatmentcanbenefitdiabeticmen

Testoterone treatment can benefit diabetic men

Men with Type 2 diabetes who have low testosterone levels can benefit significantly from testosterone treatment, says a new study led by an Indian-A...

calpoloveruseisputtingyourchildrenatrisk

Calpol overuse is putting your children at risk

London: Parents are putting their children’s health at risk by giving them Calpol too readily, top paediatricians have warned. Giving children pa...

sugarfreedrinkscandamagetoothenamel:study

Sugar free drinks can damage tooth enamel: Study

Melbourne: If you thought your teeth were safe since you switched to sugar-free drinks, think again! Scientists have warned that such drinks can cau...

greenteacocoacanhelppreventdiabetes:study

Green Tea, Cocoa can help prevent diabetes: Study

Brasilia: Cocoa and green tea contain substances that can help prevent and treat renal complications or diabetic retinopathy, a study has shown. ...

pollutionputsdiabeticwomensheartsatrisk

Pollution puts diabetic women's hearts at risk

Washington: According to a new study, diabetic women, who are exposed to air pollution, may have a much higher risk for heart disease, according to ...

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Centre to launch campaign to promote organ donation in the country

New Delhi: Centre will launch a major campaign to promote organ donation in the country and advisories will be issued to state governments to replic...

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