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Six Diseases to be Prevented this Monsoon July 25, 2019 18:05

Six Diseases to be Prevented this Monsoon:- The ongoing monsoon season in the country leaves in waterlogging and environmental change which brings many diseases. Concretisation does not prevent, nay it worsens, the development of unhygienic…

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Consuming Green Tea Can Do Wonders July 08, 2019 19:08

Consuming Green Tea Can Do Wonders:- Consuming green tea on a regular basis can do wonders. It has some profound health benefits. Green tea is used to control bleeding, heal wounds, improve heart health, and…

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Higher Salt Consumption Can Lead to Gastrointestinal Bloating July 03, 2019 16:31

As per the study, higher salt consumption can lead to gastrointestinal bloating. The data has been re-analyzed by the scientists from a large clinical trial–the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension-Sodium trial (DASH-Sodium). The trial participants…

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Benefits of Watermelon Seeds September 01, 2016 13:53

Most of us throw away Watermelon seeds. But have you ever thought about how beneficial its seeds can be? The seeds have nutrients, proteins fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in calories.…

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Ultrasound can spot risk of preterm labour, finds study August 19, 2015 16:33

Ultrasound technique can detect the risk of preterm labour in pregnant women, according to a new research. Premature births can mean low birthweights and other medical problems for newborns, but there are steps that doctors…

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Chronic pain leads to anxiety and depression, says study June 10, 2015 17:40

According to the study chronic pain can also lead to anxiety and depression as brain inflammation caused by long-term nerve pain alters activity in areas that regulate mood and motivation.The scientists from University of California…

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New study on ageing adults with down syndrome May 21, 2015 18:53

The researchers from Trinity College Dublin have examined if cognitive training for adults with Down syndrome can have a protective effect for healthy ageing. The study is being conducted in the context of a growing…

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High salt intake delays puberty May 19, 2015 15:55

Salt is the basic ingredient in Indian cooking. It gives special taste to the recipe. But changes in the salt content may result in many health problems. A recent study has revealed that having excess…

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42 % corporate Indian employees face depression: ASSOCHAM study April 08, 2015 12:32

India has become one of the major corporate hub attracting many other nations towards it. Although despite providing wide range of employment opportunities, it has been leading to dangerous health disorders. 42.5% of Indian corporate…

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Adolescent drinking leaves long lasting effect on genes April 04, 2015 13:21

The new study revealed that teenagers who binge drink could be damaging the brain development of their brains and results in psychiatric disorders including alcoholism in later life.The study, published in the journal Neurobiology of…

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High Fat Dairy Products may control the Type 2 Diabetes! April 03, 2015 14:49

It is often believed that the fat contents in food trigger the risks of cardio vascular related health problems and diabetes, but a study conducted in Sweden said that the high-fat dairy products can lower…

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Day nap can boost memory January 24, 2015 18:05

A study revealed that day napping in middle aged people will result in boosting their memory and protects it declined but given a regular night time sleep too. The study was carried out Baylor's University…

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