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earlybedtimemaybewarningsignforheartproblemsinmen:study

Early bed time may be warning sign for heart problems in men: study

Sleeping early may be a warning sign of heart problems in men, according to a new study which suggests that males who go to bed early are more likel...

stoppingexercisefor10daysreducesbrainbloodflow:study

Stopping exercise for 10 days reduces brain blood flow:study

Stopping exercise for just 10 days can lead to significant decrease in blood flow to several regions of the brain, including the hippocampus which p...

mediterraneandietcutsdeathriskinheartpatients:study

Mediterranean diet cuts death risk in heart patients: study

The Mediterranean diet, which includes vegetables, fish, fruits and nuts, may reduce the risk of death in patients with a history of cardiovascular di...

breastmilksugarsmaywardoffdeadlyinfectioninbabies:study

Breast milk sugars may ward off deadly infection in babies:study

A type of sugar found naturally in some women's breast milk may protect newborn babies from infection with a potentially life threatening bacterium, s...

marijuanacompoundmayimprovenightvision

Marijuana compound may improve night vision

Researchers have found that cannabinoids, the active agent in marijuana, may improve low-light vision of vertebrates by sensitising retinal cells.The ...

obesitymaycauseeightmoretypesofcancer:study

Obesity may cause eight more types of cancer: study

Being obese or overweight may lead to eight more types of cancer than previously thought, new research has warned.Researchers have identified eight ad...

sleepdeprivationmayleadtomemoryloss

Sleep deprivation may lead to memory loss

Sleep deprivation for five hours may lead to loss of memory, a new study has found.The study focused on the loss of connectivity between neurons in th...

standingdesksinschoolsmaycutobesityrisk:study

Standing desks in schools may cut obesity risk: study

Desks that encourage school children to stand in the classroom may reduce their risk of obesity by lowering body mass index (BMI), a new study has cla...

addedsugarmayincreaseheartdiseaseriskinkids:study

Added sugar may increase heart disease risk in kids:study

Parents, take note! Children who eat food high in added sugars may develop risk factors for heart disease, such as an increased risk of obesity and el...

fussybabiesathigherriskofobesity:study

Fussy babies at higher risk of obesity:study

Babies that seem to get upset more easily and take longer to calm down may be at higher risk for obesity, according to a new study which suggests that...

geneticfactorsmayincreaseriskofeyecancer:study

Genetic factors may increase risk of eye cancer:study

Specific inherited genetic differences may increase the risk of eye cancer -- uveal melanoma, a rare form of melanoma that arises from pigment cells t...

lowjobsatisfactionmayhurtyourhealthin40s:study

Low job satisfaction may hurt your health in 40s: study

People with low job satisfaction in their late 20s and 30s may be at the risk of depression and sleeping problems in their 40s, a new study has warned...

beingsolebreadwinnerbadformenshealth:study

Being sole breadwinner bad for men's health: study

Men's psychological well-being and health are at the worst when they are the sole breadwinner of the family, according to a new study which shows that...

eatingoilyfishmaylowerriskofdiabeticvisionloss:study

Eating oily fish may lower risk of diabetic vision loss:study

Eating oily fish twice a week may decrease the risk of sight-threatening diabetic retinopathy in middle-aged and older individuals with type 2 diabe...

musictherapycanproviderelieftocancerpatients:study

Music therapy can provide relief to cancer patients:study

Listening to music may help alleviate symptoms of anxiety, pain and fatigue in cancer patients, while also boosting their quality of life, new researc...

befriendswiththinpeopletoloseweight:study

Be friends with thin people to lose weight: study

You may be able to shed those extra kilos if you include thinner people in your social life, a new study suggests. Ironically, people who want to lose...

chronickidneydiseasemayleadtodiabetes:study

Chronic kidney disease may lead to diabetes: study

A new study has established a novel link between chronic kidney disease and diabetes. A team of researchers have identified molecular mechanisms that ...

societalcooperationledtolargerhumanbrain:study

Societal cooperation led to larger human brain: study

The challenge of judging a person's social group and deciding whether or not to cooperate with them has promoted the rapid expansion of human brain si...

painkillersmayworkdifferentlyformenandwomen:study

Painkillers may work differently for men and women: study

Painkillers and antidepressants may work differently in men and women as the potential therapeutics are rarely tested in females, a new study has cl...

videoselfiesofbrushingmayimproveoralhealth:study

Video selfies of brushing may improve oral health: study

Recording smartphone video selfies of brushing teeth may help people learn techniques on how to improve their oral health, a new study suggests. While...

chemicalsinfoodenvironmentmayharmmalefertility:study

Chemicals in food, environment may harm male fertility: study

Contaminants present in the environment and chemicals found in food could be harming the fertility of dogs, according to a new study that may help sol...

freshfruitsindailydiettopreventreducekidneystones

Fresh fruits in daily diet to prevent, reduce kidney stones

Scientists have found another health benefit of eating fruits every day. According to them, fruit extract may prevent and even dissolve human kidney s...

toetappingwhilesittingmaypreventarterialdisease:study

Toe-tapping while sitting may prevent arterial disease: study

Fidgeting while sitting for an extended period of time at a computer or during a long flight can protect the arteries in your legs and potentially hel...

beinglazymaybesignofhighintelligence:study

Being lazy may be sign of high intelligence: study

People who are lazy spend more time engaged in thought, leading them to be more intelligent than their active counterparts, a new study suggests.Activ...

sleepdisordersmayincresestrokerisk:study

Sleep disorders may increse stroke risk: study

Sleep disorders such as insomnia and sleep apnea may increase the risk of stroke and hinder recovery from the condition, new research has warned.Based...

adaptingtosmokegavehumansanevolutionaryedge:study

Adapting to smoke gave humans an evolutionary edge: study

A genetic mutation may have helped modern humans adapt to smoke exposure from fires and perhaps sparked an evolutionary advantage over Neanderthals an...

dentalroottipinfectionincreasesheartdiseaserisk

Dental root tip infection increases heart disease risk

Untreated infection of the root tip of a tooth which is common and often symptomless may increase the risk of heart diseases, new research suggests. "...

excessofredmeateggsmayupmortalityrisk

Excess of red meat, eggs may up mortality risk

A higher intake of proteins from animal sources, like processed and unprocessed red meats, eggs can lead to an increase in mortality rate in people li...

newnutritionmodeltohelpfightobesity

New nutrition model to help fight obesity

Scienists have developed a new framework called “nutritional geometry” which is the culmination of more than 20 years of research in the field.Accordi...

cancerhivdrugsgetcheaper

Cancer, HIV drugs get cheaper

The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has slashed prices of 24 medicines used in the treatment of cancer, HIV, bacterial infection, anx...

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