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45% heart attacks are 'silent'- study May 23, 2016 16:30

According to the latest study, almost half of the heart attacks may be ‘silent’, displaying no symptoms, but increasing the death risk.As widely believed, pain in the chest, shortness of breath and cold sweats, need…

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Parasitic worms could treat inflammatory bowel disease April 15, 2016 15:12

Certain type of parasitic worms has potential to treat the inflammatory bowel disease, study says. The study shows the important insights into how intestinal worms, or helminths, manipulate the gut microbiota, in a way, that…

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Loss of teeth linked to cognitive impairment, dementia March 26, 2016 16:01

Oral health is generally neglected by most of the people and I bet, one really cannot even recollect, when was the last time, they visited a dentist. Along with the kids, even the adults should…

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Brain scans depression before it starts February 04, 2016 16:22

Massachusetts Institute of Technology's McGovern Institute’s researchers are using the latest advances in brain imaging, to identify children at high risk of depression before getting weak and sometimes deadly disorder sets in.As per World Health…

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Omega 3 fatty acids can reduce schizophrenia risk, finds study August 13, 2015 17:47

Omega 3 fatty acids have many health benefits. According to a new study performed by the Australian researchers, it was revealed that omega-3 supplements might reduce the long-term risk of progression to the psychotic disorder.Schizophrenia…

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Brain games can improve memory in schizophrenia patients, finds study August 04, 2015 20:12

A new app developed by the Britain scientists was found to help in improving the memory of patients with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is one of the most degrading affections, being defined as a long term mental…

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Mental stress might be the reason behind physical fatigue, says study August 01, 2015 17:24

According to a study performed by the Indian origin scientists, it was revealed that mental stress can increase physical fatigue. Ranjana Mehta, assistant professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Centre School of Public Health,…

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Teeth scanning can reveal risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s, finds study July 25, 2015 13:16

According to the study published in the journal Nature Reviews Neurology, it was revealed that teeth scanning can reveal your lifetime exposure to toxins and metals linked to brain diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. The…

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Turmeric may prevent Type 2 diabetes, says study July 20, 2015 15:19

Health scientists from the University of Newcastle's Nutraceuticals Research Group has revealed that Turmeric substance Curcumin, combined with omega 3 fatty acids may potentially delay or prevent Type 2 diabetes. Curcumin and omega-3 fats are…

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Video games can ease troubling memories, finds study July 04, 2015 12:25

If you are depressed or suffering from troubling memories, scientists suggest playing video games to get ease from that stress. To prove this, the researchers conducted two experiments. They examined the participants by allowing them…

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New drug discovered to prevent migraine attacks June 27, 2015 16:07

According to a new study it was proved that a new set of drugs namely Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP) monoclonal antibodies are showing high hopes in fighting migraine attacks.‘This development is a transformative moment in…

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Hunger drug shows promise to treat Alzheimer’s June 23, 2015 20:59

According to a recent study scientists revealed that, a hunger drug has been found to protect Alzheimer's-inflicted mice from memory deterioration, despite a high-glycemic-index (GI) diet meant to boost blood sugar levels. The experimental drug…

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