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goodbacteriamayhelppreventpneumonia

Good bacteria may help prevent pneumonia

The presence of a harmless bacterium found in the nose and on the skin may negatively impact the growth of a pathogen that commonly causes middle ear ...

saltroomtherapytoquicklyhealrespiratoryinfections

Salt Room Therapy to quickly heal respiratory infections

A new therapy that helps in quick healing of colds, bronchitis and several forms of respiratory allergies was launched in New Delhi on Saturday. In th...

watchingfitnessdvdsathomeharmsbody

Watching fitness DVDs at home harms body

Using exercise DVDs to work out at home may sound like a good idea but these DVDs may have negative, hyper-sexualised imagery and de-motivating langua...

moresugarintakecanleadstolungcancer:study

More sugar intake can leads to lung cancer: study

Higher sugar intake not only increases the risks of diabetes and obesity but can also cause breast and lung cancer, according to a new study.Universit...

lowsunlightandvitamindleadstohighriskofleukemia

Low sunlight and Vitamin D leads to high risk of Leukemia

People residing at higher latitudes, with lower sunlight or ultraviolet B (UVB) exposure and greater prevalence of vitamin D deficiency, are at least ...

vaccineisessentialtoendhivaids:study

Vaccine is essential to end HIV/AIDS: Study

 A new modeling paper has revealed that adding a vaccine to the comprehensive HIV/AIDS response is essential to conclusively end the epidemic.Foc...

drinkingduringpregnancyexposeyourbabyto428diseases

Drinking during pregnancy expose your baby to 428 diseases

Consuming alcohol during pregnancy may expose your baby to the risk of 428 distinct disease conditions linked to Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FA...

peoplesubconsciouslygobbleinwinterseason

People subconsciously gobble in winter season

A new study recently revealed that in winter the people evolve to have subconscious urges to over-eat and limited ability to avoid obesity.Researchers...

ecigarettesmayleadtocancer:study

E-cigarettes may lead to cancer: study

Marketed as a safer alternative to conventional tobacco cigarettes, electronic cigarettes could actually damage cells in ways that could lead to cance...

switchingoffemailupdatescanreducestress:study

Switching off email updates can reduce stress: Study

The key to happiness may be switching off email notifications on your smartphone, say researchers who found that people who automatically receive emai...

campaignaimstoraiseawarenessaboutgoodhygiene

Campaign aims to raise awareness about good hygiene

In order to promote health and hygiene and raise awareness about good hygiene habits such as washing hands five times a day, using a toilet for defeca...

sugarywesterndietincreasesbreastcancerrisk

Sugary Western diet increases breast cancer risk

The high amount of dietary sugar in the typical Western diet may increase the risk of breast cancer and its spread to the lungs, warns a new study."We...

saffronbasedcrocinmaypreventlivercancer

Saffron based Crocin may prevent Liver cancer

Amongst the deaths caused cancer worldwide, liver cancer remains the leading causes.A new study lead by UAE University Prof. Amr Amin has unraveled th...

earlylifeexercisepromotesbrainhealth

Early life exercise promotes brain health

Regular exercising early in life can alter a teeming menagerie of over 100 trillion microbes in the gut, which may promote healthy brain function and ...

eatingwhennothungrymaybebadforhealth:study

Eating when not hungry may be bad for health: Study

Can’t stop from digging into your favourite cheesecake even when you are not really hungry? The habit may not be advantageous for your health, scienti...

90percentofpeoplesufferedkneejointsby6065years

90 percent of people suffered knee joints by 60-65 years

Nearly 90 percent of people suffer from damaged knee joints by the age of 60-65 years, orthopedicians have said, adding that in majority of the cases ...

seaweedcapsulesmayleadaninsulininjectionfreelife

Seaweed capsules may lead an insulin injection free life

Seaweed capsules may lead to an injection-free life for diabetic patients, say researchers who have developed a novel method to overcome major challen...

peopleeatmorewhentheychoosehealthyfood:study

People eat more when they choose 'healthy food': study

When people eat "healthy food", they tend to consume more than the recommended serving size because they associate "healthy" with less filling, resear...

blockingmoleculemayhelppreventprematurebirth

Blocking molecule may help prevent premature birth

Premature birth, a leading cause of death of newborns worldwide, could be prevented by blocking a molecule in the uterus, suggests a new research. ...

cancerssocialnetworkanalysisoffershopeforaffectedpatients

Cancer's social network analysis offers hope for affected patients

A team of scientists has developed a computer model that applies techniques used to analyse social networks to identify new ways of treating cancer....

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...

obesechildrenmayhaveweakerbones:study

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...

dailymagnesiumintakecanpreventpancreaticcancer

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...

fishoilcanhelpyoureduceweight

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...

mirrorscanmakeunhealthyfoodslesstasty:study

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...

heartdiseasestroketopkillersworldwide

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...

nightmilkcanhelpgoodnightssleep

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...

blackraspberrytoutedforbighealthbenefits

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...

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