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shiftworkmayleadtoseverestrokes:study

Shift work may lead to severe strokes: study

Employees who work in graveyard or rotating shifts may not only be at the risk of heart attacks and obesity, but also prone to more severe strokes, re...

eatwalnutstokeepcoloncanceratbay

Eat walnuts to keep colon cancer at bay

Those looking to improve their colon health may want to tuck into walnuts for a crunchy superfood snack that reduces cancer risk as a new study sugges...

smokingmayupriskoforaldiseases:study

Smoking may up risk of oral diseases: study

Puffing cigarettes may cause certain bacteria to build up in the mouth and fight against the immune system, increasing the risk of developing oral dis...

migrainesupriskofheartattack:study

Migraines up risk of heart attack: study

Women who suffer from migraines may have a slightly increased risk of developing heart attacks and strokes, and are more likely to die from these cond...

safesexornosexaftervisitingzikahitareas:who

Safe sex or no sex after visiting Zika hit areas: WHO

People who travel to Zika-hit areas should practice safe sex or have no sex at all for at least eight weeks after their return to avoid sexual transmi...

runningbetterthancyclingforlongtermbonehealth:study

Running better than cycling for long term bone health: study

Exercise that puts greater strain on bones, like running, may improve long-term bone health more effectively than non weight-bearing activities such a...

tobaccokills150personseveryhourinsoutheastasia:who

Tobacco kills 150 persons every hour in South East Asia: WHO

Tobacco use continues to be a major public health issue across South East Asian region including India as it kills on an average around 150 persons ev...

indiancookingoilsbetterthanrefined:experts

Indian cooking oils better than refined: Experts

Traditional Indian cooking oils, such as ghee, coconut and mustard oil recommended by grandmothers, are healthier than the modern day refined or olive...

cellphoneradiationmaycausecancer:study

Cellphone radiation may cause cancer: study

 A new US federal study of the potential dangers of cellphone radiation, conducted in rats, found a slight increase in brain tumors in males and ...

mangetsfirstofitskindmultipleorgantransplantinus

Man gets first-of-its-kind multiple organ transplant in US

In a first-of-its-kind procedure, doctors in the US have successfully transplanted a "composite" skull and scalp flap, along with kidney and pancreas ...

airpollutionmayupheartdiseaserisk:study

Air pollution may up heart disease risk: study

Long-term exposure to air pollution may increase the risk of developing heart disease, a new study in the US has warned. The decade-long study o...

lowhormonelevelsmayleadtoteenobesity

Low hormone levels may lead to teen obesity

If you have struggled to lose weight or keep it off, your hormones may be at play, according to a recent study.The Mayo Clinic-led study found that ob...

eatfruitsduringpregnancyforsmarterkids:study

Eat fruits during pregnancy for smarter kids: study

Women who eat more fruits during pregnancy may give birth to smarter children, a new study has claimed.Researchers found that mothers who consumed mor...

depressionmaylowerpregnancychances:study

Depression may lower pregnancy chances: study

Women suffering from severe depression may have a lower chance of becoming pregnant, a new study has found.Researchers found a 38 per cent decrease in...

gastricsurgeryasastandardtreatmentoptiontocontroldiabetes

Gastric surgery as a standard treatment option to control diabetes

People with diabetes should be offered gastric surgery as a standard treatment option which could help control it for years without medication, the wo...

massagecouldbeaviableoptionforpainrelief:doctors

Massage could be a viable option for pain relief: doctors

Massage is better than nothing for pain relief, according to a new review. The therapy may also be an acceptable choice for people considering other o...

lossofychromosomeputsmenatalzheimersrisk

Loss of 'Y' chromosome puts men at Alzheimer's risk

Soon, doctors will be able to tell you if you are at the risk for Alzheimer’s disease by looking at your DNA, suggests a new study.As per the research...

bpfluctuationsmaybeharmfulforyourbrain

BP fluctuations may be harmful for your brain

Higher long-term fluctuations in blood pressure readings may be linked to faster declines in brain and cognitive function among older adults, says a s...

breadsyoueatcancausecancerrisk:cse

Breads you eat can cause cancer risk : CSE

The Union health ministry has ordered an investigation into the reports of presence of cancer-causing chemicals in bread samples of most of the top br...

nearlyhalfofallheartattacksmaybesilent

Nearly half of all heart attacks may be 'Silent'

Nearly half of all heart attacks may not have classic symptoms, such as chest pain, shortness of breath and cold sweats but are likely to be silent,...

sunscreengenecankeepskincanceratbay

Sunscreen gene can keep skin cancer at Bay

Researchers have identified a “sunscreen” gene that acts as a shield to protect from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and may help stave off skin cancer....

longtermuseofantibioticscanaffectbrainfunction

Long-term use of antibiotics can affect brain function

Treatments involving long-term use of antibiotics have the potential to disrupt brain functions, suggests a new research which found that healthy gut ...

eatingpotatoesfourtimesaweekmayuphighbprisk

Eating potatoes four times a week may up high BP risk

Eating four or more servings of boiled, baked, or mashed potatoes and French fries a week may increase your risk of high blood pressure, a new study...

worldsfirstzikavirusclonedeveloped

World's first Zika virus clone developed

In a world-first, scientists have genetically engineered a clone of the Zika virus strain, an advance that may aid the development of vaccine and th...

germsmaycausetype1diabetes:newresearch

Germs may cause type-1 diabetes: New Research

Germs could play a role in the development of Type-1 diabetes by triggering the body’s immune system to destroy the cells that produce insulin, sugg...

bloodtestcanpredictmiscarriagesverysoon:study

Blood test can predict miscarriages very soon: study

A blood test that could end the agony of miscarriages has come closer to reality after a team of scientists found a protein that helps babies stick ...

malaiseofhighbpspreadingtoruralpopulation:study

Malaise of high BP spreading to rural population: study

Contrary to the popular notion that hypertension is less common in rural areas and is more of an urban malaise, a study has suggested that the lifes...

omega3fattyacidscanlowerchildhoodaggression

Omega-3 fatty acids can lower childhood aggression

Consuming foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids is likely to reduce extreme aggression in children within a short period especially its more impulsive and...

highfruitintakecutsbreastcancerrisk:study

High fruit intake cuts breast cancer risk: study

The first study reports that high fruit consumption during adolescence may be associated with lower breast cancer risk, while the second study finds t...

walkinnaturemaynotbegoodforanxietypronepeople:study

Walk in nature may not be good for anxiety prone people:study

Taking a peaceful walk in nature may not be a wise choice for everyone, according to a new study that found people who are prone to anxiety instead ...

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