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Energy drinks can make your heart go out of rhythm

You may want to think twice before gulping down energy drinks like water as a new study warns that its consumption is bad for...

T-cell therapy offers prospect of lasting cure, say scientists

A revolutionary cancer therapy that uses the body's own immune cells to attack metastatic tumours that have spread is being hailed as a "paradigm...

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,...

Omega-3 supplementation linked to reduction in depression

Omega-3 fatty acids play a critical role in the development and function of the central nervous system, say British scientists who found a link...
World Diabetes Day: Know The Disease

World Diabetes Day: Know The Disease

By Aamir Amin NowshahriThe spread of diabetes has often been described as a silent epidemic of epic proportions. United Nations (UN) figures suggest that...

This Drink Will Destroy Your Bones But Everyone Drinks It Every Day

According to the statistics from the recent study, Americans drink more soda than ever before. Mass produced soda brands can eat your bones from...

Gum disease linked with memory decline in Alzheimer’s

A team of British researchers has found a link between gum disease and greater rates of cognitive decline in people with early stages of...

Scientists Find Evidence that Alzheimer’s ‘Lost Memories’ May One Day be Recoverable

Memory loss is one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer's and heartbreaking for loved ones to watch progress. Gone are the details of a first...

Fish oil, Vitamin D cannot cure osteoarthritis: Study

The Australian team, from the University of Tasmania's Menzies, found that vitamin D and fish oil, both widely to slow knee cartilage loss and...

Higher Thyroid Hormone Level May Increase Chances Of Heart Failure

​ Risk of death from sudden loss of heart function is significantly greater in patients with high thyroid hormone levels, according to a study. "Our...

20 Biases In Our Minds That Have Been Ruining Us Since Childhood

Our mind is such a wonderful little thing, isn't it? Constantly working, feeding us information, guiding us at every step. But the brain can...

Teenagers with allergies at greater depression risk

Teenagers with food allergies are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a new study reveals. The mothers of teenagers...

Brain injury linked to stiffened arteries

Individuals who suffer from stiffening of the arteries and are in their 40s may experience subtle and structural damages in their brains, finds a...

Food Habits You Should Follow to Regulate Hormones and Prevent Infertility

Having a baby is a beautiful, like changing event. Parenthood is a dream everyone has. A house full of tiny pattering feet, gurgling laughter,...

‘Breastfeeding’ protects babies from pollution

A new study has suggested that breastfeeding may lessen the negative impact of some environmental pollutants common to high-traffic areas. The University of...

Eating Blueberries Can Improve Your Vision and Memory

Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamin C with fresh tangy flavor that makes it one of the most popular summer treats of all...

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...

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...

Water Is Must For Weight Loss Drinking 7 Glasses A Day Can Help You Cut...

A new study by researchers from the University of Illinois, USA, found that increasing your water consumption by even 1% can cause you to...

Man! Not just alcohol, salt too damages your liver

It is well known that consuming too much salt is linked to high blood pressure. Now, a new study suggests it may also lead...

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