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High BP driving heart diseases in India

High BP driving heart diseases in India

Washington: Hyperrtension or high blood pressure has been found to be the most common cardiovascular risk factor in a study of outpatient care in Indi...

Orange juice good for ageing brain

Orange juice good for ageing brain

London: Drinking orange juice could help improve brain function in elderly people, says a new study. "The population is ageing rapidly across the worl...

UP may ban Maggi for high levels of MSG, lead

UP may ban Maggi for high levels of MSG, lead

Maggi noodles may soon be banned in Uttar Pradesh as high levels of monosodium glutamate (MSG) and lead were found in Maggi samples. The samples which...

Cycling can save 6 times cost of driving cars

Cycling can save 6 times cost of driving cars

Stefan Gossling and Andy S. Choi, researchers at the Lund University of Copenhagen, which has a significant number of cyclists, investigated a cost-be...

Health benefits of Lemon

Health benefits of Lemon

Firstly ditch the tea in the morning, prefer to have lemon water that will cleanse internal problems.Lemon fruit is extremely good for healing wounds....

10 healthy foods can  make you obese

10 healthy foods can make you obese

We list you 10 foods that could lead to serious weight gain if you eat them too much. However, you need not fret. There is no need to ditch these food...

Soon all blood types could turn into universal donors

Soon all blood types could turn into universal donors

Ottawa: Canadian researchers, including one of Indian origin, have now developed a way to transform all donated blood into a neutral type that can be ...

Coffee can sometimes act as an antioxidant: study

Coffee can sometimes act as an antioxidant: study

Melbourne: Under certain conditions coffee can act as an antioxidant, according to a new study that may lead to a deeper understanding of the brewing ...

Skin Care during Summer

Skin Care during Summer

Summers are the time to step out of home and flaunt your girly dresses. True it is, but that is not all. The rise in temperature brings along hot unru...

Ten foods you think are healthy, but are not!

Ten foods you think are healthy, but are not!

Cornflakes: If you’ve been living in a busy Indian household all your life, you’ve had just enough of this cereal when you were late for school and di...

Eat Green leafy vegetables to keep your brain sharp

Eat Green leafy vegetables to keep your brain sharp

Eating one to two servings per day of spinach could make your brain 11 years younger, a new study on older adults has found. Adding more spinach, kale...

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Don't blame salt alone for high BP

Lack of potassium in the diet, not a little more salt than what is currently recommended, is linked to higher blood pressure (BP), new research says. ...

Broccoli helpful in preventing Oral Cancer

Broccoli helpful in preventing Oral Cancer

New York: A new therapy containing broccoli sprout extract has been found to protect not only mice against oral cancer but also tolerable in a small g...

First malaria vaccine likely by October: Scientists

First malaria vaccine likely by October: Scientists

London: The first malaria vaccine candidate to reach phase-3 of clinical testing was found to partially protect children against the disease up to fou...

Turmeric can help treat oral cancers

Turmeric can help treat oral cancers

Washington: The humble turmeric - a familiar yellow spice common in Indian cooking - may help treat oral cancers caused by a virus, researchers, inclu...

Human embryo

Human embryo 'editing' sparks international debate

Beijing: In a world’s first, Chinese scientists have reported “editing” the genomes of human embryos. The results confirm widespread rumours that such...

Capsicum controls diabetes, obesity

Capsicum controls diabetes, obesity

As growing incidence of lifestyle-induced ‘Diabesity’ continues to pose a major challenge for health experts and affected individuals alike, here is s...

Indian doctors remove world

Indian doctors remove world's largest kidney

The world's largest kidney weighing 2.75 kgs has been removed by Indian surgeons as the person was suffering from Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney...

Brushing teeth regularly can save heart attacks

Brushing teeth regularly can save heart attacks

Keep brushing your teeth regularly, says a new study. Researchers have found that people suffering oral infections also often have cardiovascular prob...

Sugary drinks hamper body

Sugary drinks hamper body's normal stress

Washington: Do you always pick up a soda can from the refrigerator every time you feel a little stressed? This could be because sugary drinks may reli...

Swine flu toll rises to 2,172

Swine flu toll rises to 2,172

New Delhi: Swine flu claimed lives of five more persons as the death toll climbed to 2,172 in the country while the number of persons affected by the ...

'New drugs soon for malaria, diabetes'

New Delhi: The Indian pharmaceutical sector would soon be showcasing ‘candidate drugs’ for malaria, osteoporosis and diabetes, Union Minister for Scie...

Blueberries may help treat post-traumatic stress disorder

Blueberries may help treat post-traumatic stress disorder

A new study has revealed that blueberries may help treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).Ebenezer et al. have previously demonstrated that SSRIs...

Swine Flu Fresh Cases in Telangana

Swine Flu Fresh Cases in Telangana

 April 06,2015 (Agency) : Swine Flu virus scare is not dying down yet with twelve fresh cases being reported in Telangana with already 77 people ...

Eat Spinach everyday for mental health

Eat Spinach everyday for mental health

Veggies like spinach and kale can keep your cognitive functions from declining by 11 years.Rush University in Chicago researchers found that adults wh...

13 More Die of Swine Flu, toll crosses to 2100

13 More Die of Swine Flu, toll crosses to 2100

New Delhi : Thirteen more persons succumbed to swine flu as the toll from the disease climbed to 2,097 while the number of those affected by the H1N1 ...

Multi-tasking can hamper your brain

Multi-tasking can hamper your brain

New York, March 30, 2015 : Multi-tasking can hamper your performance and may even damage your brain, claim researchers from Stanford University.The te...

World set to lose benefits of antibiotics

World set to lose benefits of antibiotics

New York, March 27, 2015 (IANS): Antibiotic consumption in livestock worldwide could rise by 67 percent between 2010 and 2030, and possibly endanger t...

Drinking raw milk ups food-borne illness risk

Drinking raw milk ups food-borne illness risk

New York, March 26, 2015 (IANS)  Drinking raw milk, instead of pasteurised milk, can increase your risk of getting  food-borne illness by ov...

Australian researchers discover new treatment for prostrate cancer

Australian researchers discover new treatment for prostrate cancer

Melbourne, March 25,2015 (PTI) Australian researchers have made a breakthrough by discovering a new treatment for prostrate cancer which can starve ca...

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