Health

Diesel fumes can cause harm to DNA: Study

Just two hours of exposure to diesel exhaust fumes can result in fundamental changes to a person's DNA, a new research claims.

Diesel fumes can cause harm to DNA: Study

Separation from iPhone can lead to anxiety: Study

Separation from cell phone can have serious psychological and physiological effects on iPhone users...

Separation from iPhone can lead to anxiety: Study

Daily cup of blueberries may reduce blood pressure

Just one cup of blueberries daily could be the key to reducing blood pressure and arterial stiffness...

Daily cup of blueberries may reduce blood pressure

From a pile of dirt, hope for a powerful new antibiotic

An unusual method for producing antibiotics may help solve an urgent global problem: the rise in infections...

Antibiotic, infections, health news

Too much gas in body can cause memory shut down: Study

An Indian-American researcher has found that hydrogen sulfide, a short-lived gas produced in the body...

Too much gas in body can cause memory shut down: Study

Daily avocado can cut heart disease risk: Study

Eating an avocado a day can lower bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease...

Daily avocado can cut heart disease risk: Study

Health ‘paralysis’ hits the working young

A major part of the population in India today belongs to the working class, with over 45 percent people belonging to the age group of 22 – 35.

Health News

Free condoms with ‘paan’ to spread AIDS awareness

If you visit the betel shop of Nand Lal, do not be surprised if you are given a packet of condoms for free with you favourite 'paan'.

Condom, Condoms, free condoms, contraceptives, free contraceptives, AIDS, aids awareness, Nand Lal, Nand Lal Paan, Paan News

Cocoa-rich diets could boost memory: Study

Dietary cocoa flavanols - naturally occurring bioactives found in cocoa - can reverse age-related memory decline...

Cocoa-rich diets could boost memory: Study

Men who post more selfies have narcissistic tendencies

Men who post more selfies on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram may exhibit anti-social traits like narcissism and psychopathy...

selfie, selfie man, social media, Facebook, Instagram, narcissism, psychopathy, The Ohio State University News

Gene that turns kids into troubled adults found

Researchers have identified a gene variant that may serve as a marker for kids who are among society's most vulnerable, paving the way for...

Gene that turns kids into troubled adults found

Eating whole grains may help you live longer: Study

Eating more whole grains is linked with reduced mortality, especially deaths due to cardiovascular disease...

Grains News

Liver cirrhosis more common than thought: Study

Cirrhosis of the liver is more common than previously thought...

Liver cirrhosis more common than thought: Study

It takes 3 months to heal a broken heart!

Scientists have found that it takes around three months to get over a breakup...

It takes 3 months to heal a broken heart!

Fast-food resolution: Transform junk food image

Fast-food chains have a New Year's resolution: Drop the junk...

Fast-food resolution: Transform junk food image

Wealth, power linked to many mental disorders

Researchers have found that inflated or deflated feelings of self-worth are linked to such afflictions as bipolar disorder...

Wealth, power linked to many mental disorders

New artificial knee ligament graft in offing

Researchers are developing a new synthetic knee ligament graft that can integrate with the native bone...

New artificial knee ligament graft in offing

Belly fat may lead to sudden cardiac death

Sudden cardiac death is the result of an electrical malfunction that causes the heart to beat irregularly.

Health News

Wake up to the benefits of drinking coffee

If you thought your favourite cup of coffee was unhealthy, think again!!

Health News

Exercise may change our DNA

Exercise changes the shape and functioning of our genes, a new study finds.

Exercise, Exercise warm condition, weight loss, health news

Most cancers may be down to ‘bad luck’

Most cases of cancer are the result of sheer 'bad luck' rather than just unhealthy lifestyles, diet or even inherited genes, new research suggests.

Most cancers may be down to ‘bad luck’

Patient stem cells used to make dementia-in-a-dish

Belgian researchers have identified a new strategy for treating an inherited form of dementia...

Patient stem cells used to make dementia-in-a-dish

Physical inactivity can damage blood vessels

Even a few days of inactivity can cause damage to blood vessels in the legs that can take a prolonged period of time to repair, scientists have found.

Physical inactivity can damage blood vessels

Star Trek helps scientists look into 24th century heart health

Austrian researchers have studied episodes of television show Star Trek to see if the sci-fi series could help predict the treatment...

heart, heart disease, heart treatment News

Year of birth may determine obesity risk

Scientists have found that the impact of a gene associated with obesity largely depends on the birth year of an individual...

Obesity, year of birth, health news

Breathing helps you slim down!

Ever wondered where the fat goes when we lose weight? Most of it is breathed out as carbon dioxide...

Breathing exercise, Breathing, Weight loss News

HIV positive adults have poorer hearing: Study

HIV positive adults have poorer low- and high-frequency hearing than those without the infection...

Health News
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