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abottleofwaterbeforemealcouldloseweight

A bottle of water before meal could lose weight

London: Drinking 500 ml of tap water half an hour before eating main meals may help reduce weight, according to researchers from the University of Bir...

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8 Benefits of the All Time Favorite Dates

Did you know, a place like the Arabian Peninsula was not blessed with a lot of fruits or rivers, but was abundant with dates? A land of dust and dunes...

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Diabetes causing infertility among males: Doctors

New Delhi: Diabetes is becoming a major reason for infertility among males, doctors have said. They said that may it be Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, in ...

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Saliva test can reveal your memory skills

Your saliva can tell how strong your memory and analytical skills are, a new study shows. Saliva of healthy individuals contains stress hormone cortis...

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A painless treatment for anal fistula

New Delhi: People suffering from anal fistula now have a new treatment at their service that enables them to undergo the surgical procedure painlessly...

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Try Fig muffin for good health benefits

Figs are a rich source of potassium, dietary fiber and anti-oxidants like vitamins A, E and K. Dried figs are available all year round and are hugely ...

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20-minute walk can cut heart failure risk

Moderate amount of physical activity, particularly walking and bicycling, can significantly lower the risk of heart failure, says a study. The partici...

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Oral contraceptive pill prevents womb cancer

Using an oral contraceptive, often referred to as "the pill", gives long-term protection against womb cancer and the longer it is used the greater the...

impactofcocacolaonourbodyisdangerous

Impact of Coca-Cola on our body is dangerous

Ever thought your favourite soft drink could be effecting your health adversely? Well, Dr. Niraj Naik's shocking revelations about Coca-Cola's impact ...

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Wireless devices can cause cancer: Study

London: Your fears are not completely unfounded. Mobile phones can actually cause cancer, says a study.A metabolic imbalance caused by radiation from ...

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Glenmark launches 2 teneligliptin drugs

Bengaluru: Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has introduced a new product to its Rs 100-crore market for diabetes. It announced the pan-India launch of tenelig...

turmericmayhelptocurediabetes

Turmeric may help to cure diabetes

Melbourne: Curcumin, a substance in turmeric, combined with an omega-3 fat may potentially delay or prevent the onset of type-2 diabetes, researchers,...

indiansathigherriskofdiabetesintheworld

Indians at higher risk of diabetes in the World

Sydney: Compared to those in the developed world, middle classes in India and other developing countries are more susceptible to Type-2 diabetes, obes...

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Vitamin C cuts the risk of early death

London: A diet rich in fruits and vegetables packed with vitamin C will substantially cut the rick of heart attacks and early death, says a study.Rese...

eatingnutscanlowerbodyweight

Eating nuts can lower body weight

A new study has linked tree nuts to lower body weight and risk of obesity.Researchers compared risk factors for heart disease and metabolic syndrome o...

eatingleafyvegetabletokeepmemorysharp

Eating leafy vegetable to keep memory sharp

A new study has suggested that eating green leafy vegetables can help keep mental abilities sharp.Something as easy as adding more spinach, kale, coll...

minimumsleepmaydoubleheartattackrisk

Minimum sleep may double heart attack risk

A bad night's sleep could be as bad as smoking. Researchers have found that sleep disturbances may double the risk of heart attack and stroke in men."...

dairyproductscanreducediabetestype2risk

Dairy products can reduce diabetes Type-2 risk

Hyderabad:  A recent study has linked consumption of high-fat dairy products to reduced risk of Type-2 diabetes. The findings of the study, publi...

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Tips to maintain food hygiene in summer

We are giving  different tips to maintain food hygiene in summer.  1) Maintain hygiene: Wash hands before cooking and after handling raw mea...

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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...

orangejuicegoodforageingbrain

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...

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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...

cyclingcansave6timescostofdrivingcars

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...

healthbenefitsoflemon

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....

10healthyfoodscanmakeyouobese

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...

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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 ...

coffeecansometimesactasanantioxidant: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 ...

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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...

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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...

eatgreenleafyvegetablestokeepyourbrainsharp

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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