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Fish oil boosts brain functioning: study

Fish oil which contains Omega-3 fatty acids helps to boost brain functions and acts as an anti-inflammatory within the body — helping athletes and sol...


Tattoo therapy may help treat multiple sclerosis:study

A temporary tattoo containing antioxidant nanoparticles may help treat autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis in the future, according to a ...


Quit Smoking Now If You Want Your Future Kids To Survive And Have A Good Health

You don’t want your generations to be born with some sort of defects and health issues, do you? According to a new study smoking can damage DNA i...


Obese, lean children have different gut bacteria:study

Obese children have a different population of bacteria living in their digestive tracts compared with lean children, according to a new study that m...


Loneliness may be in your genes:study

Feeling lonely? Blame it on your genes, say scientists who have found that loneliness - a trait linked to poor health and early death - is partially h...


Giving babies nuts and eggs early may avert allergies

Infants who get a taste of eggs and peanuts starting when they’re as young as 4 months old may have a lower risk of developing allergies to those food...


Internet addiction linked to depression, anxiety: study

People who use the internet excessively may have more mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety, a new study has claimed.Using two scales...


Depression,hypertension due to improper sleep: Experts

A host of common health issues, including depression, hypertension, diabetes, heart attack and stroke, could merely be a consequence of lack of proper...


Laughter with exercise may boost health in older adults:study

Incorporating laughter into a physical activity programme may improve older adult's mental health, aerobic endurance and confidence in their ability t...


Long daytime naps linked to increased diabetes risk

Napping for more than an hour during the day could be linked to 45 per cent increased risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study has warned.Researchers at t...


Offsprings can be produced without egg cells:study

Scientists have shown for the first time that offsprings can be produced from non-egg cells, a breakthrough that may have potential future applicati...


Basketball, gymnastics may improve bone health in girls

Moderate to high impact sports such as gymnastics, basketball, or football have been shown to improve bone mass, structure and strength in girls - wit...


Higher Thyroid hormone level may increase chances of Heart failure

Risk of death from sudden loss of heart function is significantly greater in patients with high thyroid hormone levels, according to a study.“Our resu...


Zika virus can live in eyes:study

A team of researchers, including one of Indian orgin, has found that Zika virus can live in the eyes and have identified genetic material from the vir...


Babies born by C-section at higher obesity risk: study

Babies delivered by cesarean section may face a higher risk of becoming obese than infants born by vaginal birth, a large new study suggests.Individua...


India free from Yaws, Maternal & Neonatal Tetanus: WHO

India today received certificates from World Health Organisation, recognizing the elimination of Yaws and Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus (MNT) from the...


Hookahs can cause cancer more easily than cigarettes: doctors

Smoking a hookah can be more harmful than cigarettes and can cause diseases like cancers much more easily, doctors say.According to Centres for Diseas...


Exercise may help patients with lung disease

Increased physical activity among patients with a type of lung disease could reduce their risk of anxiety as well as depression, a study has found.Chr...


Indians vulnerable to zika virus:study

India is vulnerable to the risk of zika virus transmissions owing to high travel volumes from the disease affected areas in the Americas, presence o...


Blood test for Alzheimer's comes a step closer

In a major step towards development of a blood test for Alzheimer's disease, researchers have discovered a set of biomarkers (indicators of disease)...


Early bed time may be warning sign for heart problems in men: study

Sleeping early may be a warning sign of heart problems in men, according to a new study which suggests that males who go to bed early are more likel...


Stopping exercise for 10 days reduces brain blood flow:study

Stopping exercise for just 10 days can lead to significant decrease in blood flow to several regions of the brain, including the hippocampus which p...


Mediterranean diet cuts death risk in heart patients: study

The Mediterranean diet, which includes vegetables, fish, fruits and nuts, may reduce the risk of death in patients with a history of cardiovascular di...


Breast milk sugars may ward off deadly infection in babies:study

A type of sugar found naturally in some women's breast milk may protect newborn babies from infection with a potentially life threatening bacterium, s...


Marijuana compound may improve night vision

Researchers have found that cannabinoids, the active agent in marijuana, may improve low-light vision of vertebrates by sensitising retinal cells.The ...


Obesity may cause eight more types of cancer: study

Being obese or overweight may lead to eight more types of cancer than previously thought, new research has warned.Researchers have identified eight ad...


Sleep deprivation may lead to memory loss

Sleep deprivation for five hours may lead to loss of memory, a new study has found.The study focused on the loss of connectivity between neurons in th...


Standing desks in schools may cut obesity risk: study

Desks that encourage school children to stand in the classroom may reduce their risk of obesity by lowering body mass index (BMI), a new study has cla...


Added sugar may increase heart disease risk in kids:study

Parents, take note! Children who eat food high in added sugars may develop risk factors for heart disease, such as an increased risk of obesity and el...


Fussy babies at higher risk of obesity:study

Babies that seem to get upset more easily and take longer to calm down may be at higher risk for obesity, according to a new study which suggests that...

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