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Going cold turkey is the best way to quit smoking

A study has found that people who want to abruptly quit smoking are more likely to succeed if they go cold turkey by stopping. Volunteers,...

Save Yourself From Heat Stroke as Mercury Goes Up

As the mercury levels soar in north India, being out in the sweltering heat can result in heat stroke which can be extremely harmful,...

Walking & Cycling May Help Overcome the Health Risks of Pollution

A new study shows that the benefits of walking and cycling outweigh the negative effects on health of air pollution, even in places with...

Stroke at 30?

Do you feel you are too young to be worried about stroke? Well, almost 15 per cent strokes are hitting people in their 30s...

Kids who snore tend to score low grades at school, find researchers

New York: Is your child performing poorly at school? If yes, please check if he or she is sleeping well because researchers have found that...

Eating habits lead to gastro problems, liver diseases: Experts

The changing eating habits are leading to numerous gastro-related diseases, especially among youngsters, said experts speaking on the last day of two-day 'GI Rendezvous...

If You Eat 2 Bananas Per Day For A Month, This Is What Happens...

Who doesn’t love that yellow, mushy, sweet and irresistible fruit? They’ve been around for centuries and even though there’s a new, exotic fruit coming...

It’s proven, curcumin in turmeric kills colon cancer cells

A team of researchers from Pondicherry University and University of Pittsburgh cancer institute, USA, has proved that curcumin, a bioactive ingredient found in turmeric...

7 Powerful Home Remedies for Sinus That Bring Relief Naturally

Sinuses are air filled cavities located on either side of the nose. Due to allergies, cold, or bacterial infections, these may sometimes get clogged...

Vitamin D Deficiency May Up Chronic Headache Risk In Elderly Men

​Deficiency in the levels of Vitamin D may increase the risk of chronic headache in middle-aged and older men, according to a new study.The...

Emotionally abused kids prone to migraine attacks

Children who are emotionally abused are more likely to experience migraines as they mature, says a study. The study showed that the link between migraine...

An Essential Vitamin That Can Protect Your Eyes Against Cataract

Eating a diet rich in vitamin C may slow the progression of cataract - a condition that may lead to blindness, reveals a study....

Foods that can give you a headache

Dietary changes and certain foods can trigger migraines.Suffering from headaches or migraines every now then? Well, you're not alone as many people complain of...

5 Effective Home Remedies for Gastritis: Ease that Burning Pain Naturally

Ever felt the burning sensation in your stomach that literally makes you crawl till the aching stops? If yes, it may be gastritis that...

Your sleep relates to what you eat

An individual's body composition and caloric intake can influence time spent in specific sleep stages, according to the University of Pennsylvania research.In the study,...

Turmeric Milk Benefits: Why Should You Have This Golden Drink

Touted as one of the most potent and powerful spices used in Indian cooking, turmeric is also a storehouse of healthy properties. This ancient...

9 Cranberry Benefits: Powerhouse of Antioxidants, Heart Healthy and More

During the course of the day, we’re all faced with many choices – some daunting, some second nature. Cream or sugar? Carrot sticks or...

Meningitis – a silent threat to students

Like thousands of other new students, Sophie Royce is looking forward to the constant partying that is generally part and parcel of Freshers’ Week. But...

Energy drinks linked to serious head injury in teens

Teenagers who consume energy drinks are much more likely to sustain traumatic brain injuries (TBI), new research suggests. "We have found a link between...

Calcium key to good night’s sleep

Calcium not only helps your bones stay strong, but it also controls how long we sleep, according to a recent study. Researchers at the RIKEN...

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