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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 ...

blueberriesmayhelpbeatalzheimers:study

Blueberries may help beat Alzheimer's: study

Eating blueberries, the well-known ‘super fruit’, may not only lower the risk of heart disease and cancer, but also provide protection against Alzheim...

newimmunemechanismtoprotectfromcanceridentified

New immune mechanism to protect from cancer identified

For the first time, researchers have identified a new innate immunity pathway that protects mammals from viral oncogenesis, the process by which virus...

combinationofgreenteaandspinachisnotgoodforhealth:study

Combination of Green Tea and Spinach is not good for health: study

Why the combination of Green tea and Spinach is not good?Green tea and Spinach sounds like a healthy combinations, but it is not. A new study has reve...

highlevelsofinsulinaffectlungs:study

High levels of insulin affect lungs: study

High levels of insulin are bad for lungs and for Indians who have the lowest lung function, the focus should be on improving diet and lifestyle to tac...

youngadultswithhighcholesterolmayneedstatins:study

Young adults with high cholesterol may need statins: study

Millions of people globally take statins to help lower their cholesterol level. Canadian researchers have now developed a new approach to determine wh...

eatingredmeatcauseearlymensturationingirls

Eating red meat cause early mensturation in girls

Girls who eat red meat more often start their periods about five months earlier than those who do not, a new study has found.The study also found that...

takingstairsmaykeepyourbrainyoung

Taking stairs may keep your brain young

Want to keep your brain young? Take the stairs, say scientists who found that moderate physical activity can significantly slow down grey-matter agein...

13lakhindianstogoblindeveryyearduetoglaucoma

1.3 lakh Indians to go blind every year due to Glaucoma

Glaucoma is causing blindness among 1.3 lakh Indians every year and the major reason behind it is the absence of early symptoms, say doctors.According...

spidertoxinanaloguecanhelpintreatingpain

Spider toxin analogue can help in treating pain

Researchers have recently found that a compound based on a spider toxin may be effective for treating pain.Experiments conducted in rats revealed that...

heartattackriskdoublesafterdrinkingalcohol

Heart attack risk doubles after drinking alcohol

Moderate consumption of alcohol may double the risk of heart attack and stroke in the hour after drinking, a new study has warned.Researchers analysed...

dailyonecupofteamaylowerheartattackrisk:study

Daily one cup of tea may lower heart attack risk: study

Drinking just one cup of tea a day may lower your risk of heart attack and stroke, a new study has claimed. Researchers found that people who drank ...

peanutbuttercanhelptofightobesity

Peanut butter can help to fight obesity

A new study has revealed that snacking on peanut butter or peanuts up to four times a week could be the key to fighting obesity.The 12-week study from...

boroccolicanreducetheriskoflivercancer

Boroccoli can reduce the risk of liver cancer

You may want to start including broccoli in your diet as a recent study has shown that it can reduce the risk of liver cancer and preventing the devel...

vegetarianshavereducedriskofdevelopingprostatecancer

Vegetarians have reduced risk of developing prostate cancer

Vegetarians have 35 per cent reduced risk of developing the deadly prostate cancer due to which over 10,000 men die each year, according to a new stud...

depressionaffectsthewholebody

Depression affects the whole body

Researchers have proved that depression is more than a mental disorder as it causes important alterations affecting the whole body. Scientists from Un...

lightfromstreetlampsmayhamperyoursleep:study

Light from street lamps may hamper your sleep: study

Having trouble sleeping at night? Your neighbourhood street lights may be to blame!Light pollution from street lamps may be interfering with the sleep...

firstgenebehindgreyhairdiscovered

First gene behind grey hair discovered

Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered the first gene responsible for greying hair, a breakthrough that could lead to new treatme...

snoringcanaffectkidshealth

Snoring can affect kids health

Children with frequent snoring and breathing problems during sleep are prone to an increased risk of poor concentration level and learning abilities, ...

typeidiabetescancausevariouscancers

Type I diabetes can cause various cancers

If you are Type 1 diabetes patient, then you must not neglect your health and should regularly visit a doctor, as new study has revealed that the type...

regularexercisehelpswardoffpostheartattackdepression

Regular exercise helps ward off post-heart attack depression

People who exercise regularly tend to be less depressed after a heart attack, researchers say, adding that it is never too late to start exercising to...

peoplelivingneargrocerystoreseathealthy:study

People living near grocery stores eat healthy: study

People living in food deserts - communities that have limited access to grocery stores - eat food with higher fat, cholesterol and sugar content, acco...

walkingmayreducemortalityrisk:study

Walking may reduce mortality risk: study

Swapping out just a few minutes of sedentary time with some sort of movement, such as walking around or doing dishes, is associated with a reduced m...

intensivebptreatmentmayharmdiabeticpatients

Intensive BP treatment may harm diabetic patients

Diabetics who undergo intensive blood pressure lowering treatment, particularly those with systolic blood pressure levels under 140, may be at increas...

highsaltintakecanleadtoliverdamage

High Salt intake can lead to liver damage

While high salt intake has been known to cause high blood pressure and other side effects, researchers have now found that a high-salt diet might al...

monthlyvaginalringmayprotectwomenfromhivinfection:study

Monthly vaginal ring may protect women from HIV infection: study

A monthly silicone ring that continuously releases an experimental antiretroviral drug in the vagina has been shown to cut the risk of HIV infection i...

graphicimagesoncigarettepacksmaynotdetersmokers

Graphic images on cigarette packs may not deter smokers

Graphic warning labels with images of diseased lungs or mouth on cigarette packages may not really prompt smokers to kick the butt, a new study has fo...

dailyuseofalmondscanboostyourhealth

Daily use of almonds can boost your health

It is a known fact that a handful of almonds sharpens your brain, but a new research has suggested that it can also improve your diet.University of Fl...

socialenvironmentmayaltersexuality:study

Social environment may alter sexuality: study

Homosexual behaviour may not be "solely genetically programmed" and could be affected by the environment in which one is brought up, according to a ne...

eatingchocolatemayimprovebrainfunction:study

Eating chocolate may improve brain function: study

Scientists have found that regular consumption of chocolate may be associated with better cognitive function.Chocolate and cocoa flavanols have been a...

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