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New swine flu strain in India may carry dangerous mutations

The swine flu virus in India which has already killed more than 1,500 people since December may have acquired mutations...

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High levels of vitamin D may up heart disease risk

Too high levels of vitamin D in the blood may increase your risk of dying from heart disease, scientists have claimed for the first time.

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Blood group O protects against malaria

People with blood type O are protected from severe malaria because a key protein secreted by the parasite bonds weakly with type O blood cells while strongly linking to type A, scientists say.

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Viagra could help cure cancer: Study

Anti-impotence drug Viagra may help treat certain cancers and neuro-degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, a new study claims.

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‘You could be a descendant of Genghis Khan’

Millions of modern Asian men have descended from 11 powerful dynastic leaders who lived up to 4,000 years ago - including Mongolian warlord Genghis Khan, a new study has found...

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Indigenously-developed Rotavirus vaccine launched by PM Narendra Modi

India's indigenously developed and manufactured Rotavirus vaccine 'Rotavac' was launched today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

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Swine Flu: 4 more H1N1 deaths reported from Maharashtra; toll mounts to 215

Four persons died today of swine flu in Maharashtra, raising the fatalities from the disease in the state to 215 so far.

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High testosterone ups heart disease risk in men

High testosterone levels may put men at a higher risk of heart disease, a new Harvard study claims...

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Human brains age less than previously thought

Older brains may be more similar to younger brains than previously thought, according to a new study that challenges...

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Alcohol intake peaks at age 25: Study

Frequent drinking becomes more common in middle to old age, peaking at 25 years, a new UK study has found.

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Too much sitting may harm heart health

Sitting for many hours per day is associated with increased coronary artery calcification, a marker of subclinical heart disease...

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Different brain areas work better at different ages

MIT scientists have found that different parts of the brain work best at different ages.

Different brain areas work better at different ages

Oxytocin nasal spray may help combat obesity

A synthetic nasal formulation of the hormone oxytocin can reduce caloric intake in healthy men, particularly consumption of fatty foods...

Oxytocin nasal spray may help combat obesity

Botox restores smiles in kids with facial paralysis

Botox can help restore smiles in kids with facial paralysis resulting from trauma or tumour, a new study has found.

Botox restores smiles in kids with facial paralysis

Losing 30 minutes of daily sleep can trigger weight gain

Losing as little as 30 minutes of sleep per day on weekdays can have long-term consequences for body weight and metabolism, a new study has claimed.

Losing 30 minutes of daily sleep can trigger weight gain

Another 50 dead as swine flu shows no sign of let-up; toll crosses 1,200

Swine flu has claimed another 50 lives in the country taking the death toll to 1,289 while close to 24,000 people had contracted the contagious disease, according to the government.

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Inhaling extra oxygen could help fight cancer: study

Scientists claim to have found that inhaling supplemental oxygen could awaken 'sleepy' tumour-fighting cells, a breakthrough that may dramatically improve cancer treatment.

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Diabetes may change your behaviour: Study

Insulin resistance in the brain can actually cause behavioural changes in diabetics, a new study has found...

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Eating peanuts may help you live longer: Study

Eating peanuts may lower your risk of dying from a heart attack, a new study has claimed...

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40 more dead as swine flu toll climbs to 1,115

Swine flu claimed the lives of 40 more people in the country as the toll from the disease reached 1,115 while the total number of cases breached the 20,000 mark...

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Rains keep Health dept worried, anticipates rise in swine flu

The unexpected showers have sent alarm bells ringing in the Health department of Delhi government...

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Human retina built backwards: Study

The human retina is built backwards, with the neurons in front of the photoreceptors rather than behind them, a new study has confirmed.

Human retina built backwards: Study

34 more fall prey to swine flu; death toll climbs to 1,075

Swine flu has claimed 34 more lives as the nationwide toll from the H1N1 virus touched 1,075 with the number of cases of the disease inching towards the 20,000 mark.

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Healthcare sector upbeat as Budget 2015 gives a booster dose

The healthcare industry has welcomed Budget proposals to increase tax exemption limits for health insurance cover and set up more AIIMS...

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Swine flu claims 965 lives; govt admits shortage of labs

Government today admitted to shortage of laboratories for testing Swine flu which has so far claimed 965 lives...

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Mosquitoes sexual biology key to malaria transmission

Anopheles mosquitoes' sexual biology may be key to their unique ability to transmit malaria in humans, scientists have found...

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Drinking coffee may lower multiple sclerosis risk

People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a new research has claimed. “Caffeine intake has been associated with a reduced ris

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