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earlyschizophreniamayincreaseriskofdiabetes:study

Early schizophrenia may increase risk of diabetes: study

People who suffer with early schizophrenia may also be at risk of developing diabetes, even before being prescribed anti-psychotic drugs and a poor li...

20minutesofwalkingmayreduceinflammationinbody:study

20 minutes of walking may reduce inflammation in body: study

Just 20 minutes of exercise may help fight inflammation in the body, according to a new study that may have implications for diseases such as arthri...

weightliftingexcercisesmaycutrisksofdiabetes:study

Weight lifting excercises may cut risks of diabetes: study

Your new year resolution of hitting the gym to indulge in some weight lifting exercises may not only help you tone those muscles, but also lower the...

mother’sbpmaypredictsexofbabyboyorgirl?

Mother’s BP may predict sex of baby Boy or Girl?

The sex of a baby may be predicted by the mother's blood pressure, according to a new study which found that women with lower BP before pregnancy ar...

studyshowsthewaystressmayharmyourheart

Study Shows The Way Stress May Harm Your Heart

 Scientists said Thursday they may have uncovered a biological explanation for the long suspected link between stress and heart disease.People wi...

weekendexercisealonehassignificanthealthbenefits:study

Weekend exercise alone has significant health benefits: study

People exercising only on weekends need to stop feeling guilty for not being able to workout regularly due to their busy lifestyle as they see the sam...

meneatingredmeat6timesaweekathigherriskofboweldisease:study

Men eating red meat 6 times a week at higher risk of bowel disease: study

Six servings a week of red meat, particularly the unprocessed variety, is said to heightened risk of developing common inflammatory bowel condition in...

personslifeexpectancycanbepredictedbynewbloodtest:study

Person's life expectancy can be predicted by new blood test: study

Scientists at Boston University claim to have discovered a game-changing blood test that could help predict lifespans.The study, published in the jour...

‘starchinbananaspotatoesgrainsbeneficialforhealth’:study

‘Starch in bananas, potatoes, grains beneficial for health’: study

Resistant starch, which occurs naturally in foods such as bananas, potatoes, grains and legumes, may benefit your health by aiding blood sugar c...

newdrugmayreduceskincancerspreadby90percent:study

New drug may reduce skin cancer spread by 90 percent: study

Scientists have developed a new compound that reduces the spread of melanoma cells by up to 90 per cent, an advance that may pave the way for a potent...

cancerdeathsfell25percentsince1991

Cancer Deaths Fell 25 Percent Since 1991

Fewer Americans are dying of cancer. The latest numbers from the American Cancer Society show a 25 percent drop in cancer deaths since 1991, the peak ...

mesentery:neworgandiscoveredinsidehumanbodybyirishscientists

Mesentery: New organ discovered inside human body by Irish scientists

Known as the mesentery, it was previously thought to be just a few fragmented structures in the digestive system.But scientists have realised it is in...

sugarfreedrinksdonothelpinweightloss:study

Sugar-free drinks do not help in weight loss: study

There is no evidence that sugar-free and "diet" drinks help in weight loss as is generally believed and may actually have "detrimental impacts" on hea...

omega3fattyacidslinkedtolowerriskofheartdisease:research

Omega-3 fatty acids linked to lower risk of heart disease: Research

Omega-3 fatty acids in fish and dietary supplements are associated with lower odds of heart disease even in people already at elevated risk because of...

fathersobesitymayaffectchildssocialskills:study

Father's obesity may affect child's social skills: study

Children of obese fathers are more likely to have difficulty interacting with others, according to a new study which shows that weight of parents may ...

newtechnologytodetectskincancerearly:study

New technology to detect skin cancer early:study

Researchers have developed an automated technology that combines imaging with digital analysis and machine learning to help physicians detect melanoma...

cyclinginbedcanaidespeedyrecoveryofpatients:study

Cycling in bed can aide speedy recovery of patients: study

Early bicycle exercise during their stay in a hospital intensive care unit (ICU) may help some patients recover more quickly, a new study has claimed....

shoulderpainmayindicateheartdiseaserisk:study

Shoulder pain may indicate heart disease risk: study

If you are having shoulder problems, they may be due to some heart disease risk factors - not just physical strain, warns a new study. "If someone has...

stressfuljobscanactuallymakeyoufindwaystosolveproblems:study

Stressful jobs can actually make you find ways to solve problems: study

A new study finds that stressful jobs can make you find ways to solve problems and work through ways to get the work done, instead of making something...

dysfunctioninbrainstructuremaycausehuntingtonsdisease

Dysfunction in brain structure may cause Huntington's disease

Scientists have identified a link between Huntington's disease and dysfunction in a section of brain structures that are critical for movement and imp...

newgeneticimmunedisorderidentified

New genetic immune disorder identified

Scientists have identified a new genetic immune disorder that is characterised by increased susceptibility to a virus associated to a type of cancer.T...

newtatooinkmayimprovetreatmentforskincancerpatients:study

New tatoo ink may improve treatment for skin cancer patients: study

Researchers have developed a new tattoo ink that glows only under certain light conditions and disappears later. It can better help in surgical treatm...

ebolavaccinehighly‘effective’

Ebola vaccine highly ‘effective’

GENEVA: Final test results confirm an experimental Ebola vaccine is highly effective, a major milestone that could help prevent the spread of outbreak...

vitamindimprovesmetabolicsyndrome:study

Vitamin D improves metabolic syndrome: study

 Extra Vitamin D can restore good bacteria in the gut, according to a study on mice, giving hope in the fight against risk factors for diabetes a...

pregnancyleadstochangesinamothersbrain:study

Pregnancy leads to changes in a mother's brain: study

A new study has revealed that pregnancy causes long-lasting alterations in brain structure by improving the mother’s ability to protect and interact w...

regularhealthcheckupmaypreventheartattacks:study

Regular health check-up may prevent heart attacks:study

A study led by Queen Mary University of London has revealed that health check-up programmes may prevent heart attacks, strokes or death from these cau...

fatalsleepingsicknesscanspreadthroughskin:study

Fatal sleeping sickness can spread through skin: study

Skin plays a significant role in harbouring and transmitting a parasite that causes African sleeping sickness - a condition which is often fatal if le...

heartattackriskdoubleforpeoplewithlessqualifications:study

Heart attack risk double for people with less qualifications: study

Education matters for healthy living, as people who leave school without a school certificate are more than twice as likely to have a heart attack or ...

yogacanimprovementalhealthofkids:study

Yoga can improve mental health of kids:study

Regular practise of Kundalini Yoga which incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation and the chanting of mantras can potentially...

highersmartphoneusemayupobesityriskinteens:study

Higher smartphone use may up obesity risk in teens:study

Adolescents who spend five hours or more a day staring at their smartphones, tablets or computers are at a higher risk of becoming obese, a new Harv...

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