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Morning stiffness could be a sign of arthritis, suggest study

Morning stiffness could be a sign of arthritis, suggest study

In a recent research, a team of researchers have found that morning stiffness that last for an hour could be an early sign of rheumatoid arthritis.Mor...

Smelling your partner

Smelling your partner's clothes could help beat stress: study

Try smelling your partner's T-shirt, suggest scientists who found that women feel calmer after being exposed to their male partner's scent.They also f...

Kids with Acute Chest Syndrome at  high risk of respiratory failure: Study

Kids with Acute Chest Syndrome at high risk of respiratory failure: Study

Washington D.C.  : A study has recently warned that if Acute Chest Syndrome (ACS), a potentially severe lung complication of sickle cell disease,...

Sometimes, being fat might be beneficial

Sometimes, being fat might be beneficial

London  : Did you pile on the kilos this festive season? You can take a sigh of relief because being fat may not be as unhealthy as believed.&nbs...

Sleeping less than 8 hrs a night may lead to depression: study

Sleeping less than 8 hrs a night may lead to depression: study

People who sleep less than the recommended eight hours a night may suffer from anxiety or depression, a study warns.Researchers from the Binghamton Un...

Alcohol consumption contributes to seven types of cancer

Alcohol consumption contributes to seven types of cancer

Alcohol damages the DNA of stem cells responsible for producing new blood, according to a mouse study which may explain the link between drinking and ...

Eating fish every week boosts kids IQ: study

Eating fish every week boosts kids IQ: study

Children who eat fish at least once a week are more likely to sleep better and have higher IQ, a study has found.For the research, a cohort of 541 9-t...

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Can cow's milk prevent type 1 diabetes?

Avoiding cow's milk does not prevent type 1 diabetes in children with genetic risk for type 1 diabetes, finds a study.Previous studies have indicated ...

Pain free insulin patches discovered for diabetes patients

Pain free insulin patches discovered for diabetes patients

In a new research, a group of scientists have created the special patch which stimulates the body's own insulin production - and is completely pain-fr...

Diabetes drug can also cure Alzheimer

Diabetes drug can also cure Alzheimer's disease

London : Scientists have found that a drug developed for diabetes could be used to treat Alzheimer's disease through a triple method of action.The dru...

Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk: study

Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk: study

Supplements containing calcium, vitamin D or both may not protect older adults against hip fracture and other bone breaks, a study claims.Practice gui...

Type 2 diabetes drug may help treat Alzheimer

Type 2 diabetes drug may help treat Alzheimer's disease

A drug created to treat type 2 diabetes could be used to fight Alzheimer’s disease, say scientists who found that the medicine significantly reversed ...

Bowel changes could be a sign of cancer or stroke

Bowel changes could be a sign of cancer or stroke

London : Being constipated means your bowel movements are tough or happen less often than normal. Almost everyone goes through it at some point. ...

Twice-weekly exercise may improve memory,thinking: study

Twice-weekly exercise may improve memory,thinking: study

Exercising twice a week may improve thinking ability and memory in people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), according to a guideline by the Americ...

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Body's own built-in bathroom scales can regulate fat

Washington D.C.: According to a recent research, a group of researchers have found a previously unidentified body fat regulatory system. The mech...

Soothe teeth sensitivity in easy ways

Soothe teeth sensitivity in easy ways

Oral health is a window to a persons overall health and well-being and amongst that teeth sensitivity is one of the main problems that can range from ...

Air pollution may increase premature death risk in elderly: study

Air pollution may increase premature death risk in elderly: study

Short-term exposure to fine particulate air pollution and ozone - even at low levels - may increase the risk of premature death in the elderly, a US s...

Excessive gaming to be named mental disorder by WHO in 2018

Excessive gaming to be named mental disorder by WHO in 2018

The year 2018 will see World Health Organization (WHO) adding an unexpected name to its list of mental health conditions. According to WHO, from next ...

Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk in elderly

Calcium, vitamin D supplements may not lower fracture risk in elderly

 A study has recently found that taking calcium, vitamin D supplements or both may not protect against hip fracture and other bone breaks in the ...

Blueberry vinegar can help fight dementia

Blueberry vinegar can help fight dementia

Dementia is considered to be one of the fastest-growing health burdens across the globe, with one person developing the disease every 3 seconds.Many s...

Eating too much of red meat may put you at cancer risk

Eating too much of red meat may put you at cancer risk

London : Before buying red meat from market, you may want take a complete look at the entire animal, as a study recently warns that consuming processe...

Taking folic acid in pregnancy may up risk of allergies: study

Taking folic acid in pregnancy may up risk of allergies: study

Taking folic acid in late pregnancy may increase the risk of allergies in offspring affected by intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), a study warns....

Folic acid in pregnancy can up risk of allergies in kids

Folic acid in pregnancy can up risk of allergies in kids

Washington D.C. :  According to a study, taking folic acid in late pregnancy may increase the risk of allergies in children affected by growth re...

Short-time exercise equals big-time brain boost: study

Short-time exercise equals big-time brain boost: study

Even a short, one-time burst of exercise can boost parts of the brain responsible for executive functions such as decision-making and focus, a study s...

Eating fish weekly could boost your kids

Eating fish weekly could boost your kids' IQ

New York : Want to sharpen your kids' mental skills and boost intelligence quotient (IQ) levels? Feed them fish at least once a week, says a study.&nb...

Apples, tomatoes might restore lung damage caused by smoking:Study

Apples, tomatoes might restore lung damage caused by smoking:Study

People who have quit smoking should include in their diet tomatoes and fruits as these foods might help restore lung damage caused by smoking, accordi...

Eating tomatoes may restore lung damage in smokers

Eating tomatoes may restore lung damage in smokers

A diet high in tomatoes and fruits, especially apples, can help restore lung damage caused by smoking, a study suggests.The study from Johns Hopkins B...

Eating salads daily may keep your brain 11 years younger

Eating salads daily may keep your brain 11 years younger

Eating one to two servings of salad with spinach, lettuce and kale daily may keep your brain 11 years younger as well as prevent dementia, according t...

Exercising during nicotine exposure reduces severity of withdrawal: Study

Exercising during nicotine exposure reduces severity of withdrawal: Study

New research in mice sheds light on the mechanism underlining exercise's protective effect against nicotine dependence and withdrawal.The study reveal...

Bedtime smartphone use may cause weight gain in kids: study

Bedtime smartphone use may cause weight gain in kids: study

Watching TV or using smartphones before going to bed may lead to weight gain in kids, a study warns.The findings, published in the journal Global Pedi...

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