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50%increaseinkidneyfailuredeathsin10years:study

50% increase in kidney failure deaths in 10 years: study

Premature deaths from kidney failure have increased by about 53% in India in the last 10 years, according to a new study.Doctors said this trend was p...

chemotherapymaycauseheartdamageindiabeticpatients:study

Chemotherapy may cause heart damage in diabetic patients: study

Cancer patients who also suffer from diabetes also risk heart damage because of chemotherapy, a study has found. The study found that cardiotoxicity i...

eatninefruitsinwintertokeepyourskinhealthy

Eat nine fruits in winter to keep your skin healthy

Winter calls for a hot cup of tea and fried snacks. But don’t forget to dig into gooseberry, papaya and pomegranate to combat dry skin which the cold ...

itsharmfultowrapfoodinnewspaper:fssai

It's harmful to wrap food in newspaper: FSSAI

Wrapping food items in newspaper is bad for your health as its ink has multiple bioactive materials with known negative health effects, FSSAI said on ...

frequentsexleadstobettermemoryinwomen

Frequent sex leads to better memory in women

Strengthening memory could not be more pleasurable – at least for women – than what new research suggests. Researchers have found that more frequent s...

tinyfatburningmoleculemayhelpfightobesity

Tiny fat-burning molecule may help fight obesity

Scientists have identified a molecule that may help combat the global epidemic of obesity by preventing excessive weight gain in cases where diets or ...

yoyodietingmaycauseextraweightgain:study

Yo-yo dieting may cause extra weight gain: study

Yo-yo dieting - repeatedly going on and off diets - may lead to weight gain as the brain interprets these periods as short famines and urges the body ...

saturatedfatmaybehealthyforyou:study

Saturated fat may be healthy for you: study

Consuming saturated fat in diet may actually be good for you, claims a new study which challenges the long-held belief that dietary fat is unhealthy f...

mencouldbemoreatriskofdiabetes:study

Men could be more at risk of diabetes: study

Men accumulate more iron than women making them prone to Type 2 diabetes, researchers said. Two-fifth of men as compared to one-fifth of women were ...

8timesriskofmajorheartattackinunder50smokers:study

8 times risk of major heart attack in under-50 smokers: study

Smokers under the age of 50 are over eight times more likely to suffer a major heart attack compared to peers who do not smoke or gave it up, accordin...

aerobicexerciseleadstoremarkablechangeinbrain

Aerobic exercise leads to remarkable change in brain

A recent study has found that aerobic exercise is more beneficial for adults with mild cognitive impairment than simple stretching.The study will be p...

threetofivecupsofcoffeedailymaypreventalzheimersrisk:report

Three to five cups of coffee daily may prevent Alzheimer's risk: Report

Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day may provide protection against age-related cognitive decline and other neurodegenerative diseases such a...

lyingonbackduringpregnancyincreasesstillbirthrisk:study

Lying on back during pregnancy increases stillbirth risk:study

A recent study, published in The Journal of Physiology suggests, that pregnant women lying down on their back may place stress on the fetus, which c...

soonsmartphonesmaymonitorhealthfoodquality

Soon smartphones may monitor health, food quality

Scientists have created the world's first hyperspectral mobile device by converting a smartphone camera into an optical sensor which can sense food ...

probioticsmayhelpyoubeatstress

Probiotics may help you beat stress

Common probiotics sold in supplements and yogurt can decrease stress-related behaviour and anxiety, suggests new research."Our study has shown that...

walnutscanimprovemoodinmen

Walnuts can improve mood in men

A handful of walnuts every day can help young men happily tackle life’s daily stress as this nutrient-dense snack can lead to a happier state-of-min...

walkingimprovesyourhearthealth:study

Walking improves your heart health: study

A simple walking regimen can go a long way in improving your heart health, say researchers. “We know walking is an excellent form of exercise, bu...

proteinsaltmakeyousleepyafterlargemeals:study

Protein, salt make you sleepy after large meals: study

Do you often feel sleepy after a large meal? Higher protein and salt content in diet as well as the amount of food consumed may be to blame, scienti...

happylovelifecouldmeanhealthyteeth:study

Happy love life could mean healthy teeth: study

A new study has found.Researchers at University of Queensland in Australia discovered a strong link between the health of a person's love life and the...

overeatingmayincreaseriskofliverdisease:study

Overeating may increase risk of liver disease: study

Obesity is associated with liver disease, finds a study published in Cell Metabolism journalA team led by Mitchell Lazar, MD, PhD, director of the Ins...

reduicedsaltintakemayprotectkidney:study

Reduiced salt intake may protect kidney: study

Reducing sodium intake may provide benefits to health of kidney and heart among the patients with chronic kidney disease, a new study has claimed.Urin...

camelurinecouldaidpeoplewithsleepingsickness:study

Camel urine could aid people with sleeping sickness: study

According to a research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Biochemists have solved an old mystery as to the cause of esp...

goodnutritionkeepsyoustressfree:study

Good nutrition keeps you stress free: study

Good nutrition not only benefits your physical health, but also works as a cornerstone for mental health, says a study published in the Clinical Psych...

winterbabieslikelytoincreasemumsdiabetesrisk:study

Winter babies likely to increase mum's diabetes risk: study

Women who conceive in winters are more likely to develop gestational diabetes during pregnancy, increasing a range of risk factors for both child and ...

fishoilsupplementsimprovesmusclefunctioninolderwomen:study

Fish oil supplements improves muscle function in older women: study

Taking fish oil supplements could improve muscle function in older women and potentially increase their quality of life, according to a latest study.I...

highbpnowmajorproblemindevelopingcountries:study

High BP now major problem in developing countries: study

The number of people across the globe suffering from high blood pressure has almost doubled over the past four decades, with the biggest rise in sou...

carotidiskeytohighbloodpressure

Carotid is key to high blood pressure

Removing one carotid body from some patients with high blood pressure can provide immediate and sustained fall in blood pressure, finds a new study....

coffeenotacarcinogenbutveryhotdrinksmaycausecancer:who

Coffee not a carcinogen, but very hot drinks may cause cancer: WHO

The World Health Organization’s research arm has downgraded its classification of coffee as a possible carcinogen, declaring there isn’t enough proo...

genesmaybehindyoursaltytooth:study

Genes may behind your 'salty tooth': study

Your genes may be to blame, suggests a new study which has found that inherited differences in taste perceptions may explain why some people eat more ...

briskwalkcanimprovearteryhealthofdiabetics

Brisk walk can improve artery health of Diabetics

Regular aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking or cycling, can improve artery health in people with Type-2 diabetes, says a study.Compromised arteria...

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