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geneticriskstressdietingmaytriggeranorexia:study

Genetic risk, stress, dieting may trigger anorexia: study

A combination of genetic and environmental risk factors may trigger the compulsive restriction of food intake seen in patients with anorexia, a new st...

electricalbrainstimulationenhancescreativity:study

Electrical brain stimulation enhances creativity: study

Safe levels of electrical stimulation can enhance your capacity to think more creatively, according to a new study. Researchers from the Georgetown ...

gutbacteriamayhelppreventcancer:study

Gut bacteria may help prevent cancer: study

Various types of intestinal bacteria may not only play a role in preventing obesity, but also potentially be used to reduce the risk for some types of...

babiesborntooldermomsmaybesmarterhealthier:study

Babies born to older moms may be smarter, healthier: study

Children born to older mothers may be healthier, taller and obtain more education than kids of younger mothers, a new study has claimed.The benefits a...

depressionmaycompoundtheriskofdiabetes:study

Depression may compound the risk of diabetes: study

Depression may increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in people with metabolic diseases such as obesity, high blood pressure and unhealthy ch...

marriagemayhelpcancerpatientslivelonger:study

Marriage may help cancer patients live longer: study

Married cancer patients are more likely to live longer than those who do not have the support of a spouse during their battle with the disease, a new ...

newlinkbetweenalzheimersdiabetesfound

New link between Alzheimer's, Diabetes found

Alzheimer’s impairs insulin signalling in the portion of the brain responsible for regulating metabolism, making a person with the disease more likely...

aspirinbenefitsoutweighrisksinsomepatients

Aspirin benefits outweigh risks in some patients

People who take daily aspirin to stave off heart disease may be inviting more benefit than harm, according to a government-appointed panel of independ...

diabetesdrugmayraisebladdercancerrisk:study

Diabetes drug may raise bladder cancer risk: study

A drug used to treat diabetes may increase the risk of bladder cancer, according to a new study which suggests that the possibility increases with i...

eatingwalnutsmaykeepagerelatedissuesatbay

Eating Walnuts may keep age-related issues at bay

Daily consumption of walnuts may positively impact blood cholesterol levels without adverse effects on body weight among older adults, a new study has...

numberofadultswithdiabeteshasincreasedalarminglysince1980:who

Number of adults with diabetes has increased alarmingly since 1980: WHO

The number of adults living with diabetes has nearly quadrupled to 422 million over 35 years, the WHO warned today, adding the world is facing an "unr...

vitamindimprovesheartfunction:study

Vitamin D improves heart function: study

A daily dose of vitamin D supplements may improve heart function in people with chronic heart failure, a new study has found."This is a significant br...

drinkingcoffeecancutcolorectalcancerrisk:study

Drinking coffee can cut colorectal cancer risk: study

Drinking coffee, including decaf, instant and black, may decrease the risk of colorectal cancer, according to a new study.   Researchers fro...

twocupsofcoffeeadaykeepbowelcanceratbay:study

Two cups of coffee a day keep bowel cancer at bay: study

A new study has found that those cups of joe cut the risk of bowel cancer. Researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) Norris Comp...

onefifthofadultsworldwidewillbeobeseby2025:study

One-fifth of adults worldwide will be obese by 2025: study

One-fifth of adults worldwide will be obese by the year 2025 if present trends continue, warns a major new study which found that the world now has ...

85percentpictorialwarningontobaccoproductsfromtoday

85 percent pictorial warning on Tobacco products from today

Tobacco products will now carry 85 percent pictorial warnings as a Central notification comes into effect today all over the country.The Health Minist...

goodsleepisessentialforbodyandmind

Good sleep is essential for body and mind

We spend one third of our life sleeping. There must be a good reason why nature makes us sleep for this long. Large number of studies all over the wor...

gutbacteriacanpreventstroke:study

Gut bacteria can prevent stroke: study

A new study suggests that modifying the gut’s microbiotic makeup may help prevent the deadly condition. The finding can help mitigate stroke, the seco...

toughmenlesslikelytobehonestwithdoctors:study

Tough men less likely to be honest with doctors: study

The tougher men think they are, the less likely they are to be honest with doctors about their symptoms, according to new research which suggests that...

heartattackpatientsgettingyoungermoreobese:study

Heart attack patients getting younger, more obese: study

Patients suffering the most severe type of heart attack have become younger, obese and more likely to have preventable risk factors such as smoking, h...

pancreasandbraintooregulatesglucosemetabolism

Pancreas and Brain too regulates glucose metabolism

Researchers, suggesting that not just your pancreas, a group of neurons in the hypothalamus area also plays a vital role in maintaining blood glucose ...

mintcanhelpfightcancer:study

Mint can help fight cancer: study

Scientists at CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP​) Lucknow​ have identified that a compound called 'L-Menthol' derived fro...

vitaminccanhelpcutcataractsprogressionrisk

Vitamin C can help cut cataracts progression risk

You may want to add vitamin C to your diet as a new study has suggested that it can help cut cataract progression risk. The study, led by King’s...

humanskincellsholdpromisetotreatglaucoma

Human skin cells hold promise to treat glaucoma

Using stem cells derived from human skin cells, US researchers have revealed that these can be turned into retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) — the neurons...

nowkidneytransplantsfromanydonorpossible

Now, kidney transplants from any donor possible

In the new study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, doctors successfully altered patients’ immune systems to allow them to accept kidn...

stressedmomsmayhavebabieswithlowbirthweight:study

Stressed moms may have babies with low birth weight: study

Mothers-to-be, take note! Even before you become pregnant, your stress physiology may predict a lower-birthweight baby, a new study suggests.Most peop...

commonpainkillersmoredangerousthanthought:study

Common painkillers more dangerous than thought: study

Common painkillers have more side effects than we think, including the risk of ulcers and increased blood pressure and should be used with great car...

3dprintingcouldhelpfixdamagedcartilage

3D printing could help fix damaged cartilage

By 3D bio-printing an ink containing human cells, researchers have now found a way to produce cartilage tissue damaged by injuries or age. Athletes, t...

meditationcanmakepainrelievingpillshistory

Meditation can make pain-relieving pills history

According to a new study, mindfulness meditation provides opioid-free pain relief.Team leader Fadel Zeidan from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center sai...

obesewomenusingoralcontraceptivesatstrokerisk

Obese women using oral contraceptives at stroke risk

Overweight women using oral birth pills are likely to have an increased risk of a rare type of stroke, suggests a study.The results showed that women ...

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