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Drug used in transplants can aid weight loss

Researchers have found that a drug used to prevent transplant rejection reduces body fat and appetite in older rats, a discovery which may lead to new treatments for age-related obesity in humans.

Drug used in transplants can aid weight loss

Here’s how stress, depression affect women’s longevity

As per a new study, longevity hormone is lower in stressed and depressed women.

Here’s how stress, depression affect women’s longevity

Can’t get enough of cats online? Why viewing ‘feline videos’ makes us feel better

As per a new study, the Internet phenomenon of watching cat videos not only entertains people, but also boosts viewers' energy and positive emotions and decreases negative feelings.

Can’t get enough of cats online? Why viewing ‘feline videos’ makes us feel better

Looking at angry faces may be precursor of depression

A new study has revealed that attention to angry faces can predict future depression. Researchers at Binghamton University recruited 160 women, 60 with a past history of depression...

Looking at angry faces may be precursor of depression

Now, a ‘low-calorie’ cheese that helps you shed weight

Now you can gorge on all you want on cheese as there's a new range of low- calorie cheese which helps lose weight.

Now, a ‘low-calorie’ cheese that helps you shed weight

Extreme exercise can lead to blood poisoning: Aus study

Australian researchers have discovered that extreme exercise can cause intestinal bacteria to leak into the bloodstream, leading to blood poisoning".

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Vitamin D may help fight HIV

High-dose vitamin D supplementation can boost immune response to help the body fight infections like HIV, a new study has found".

Vitamin D may help fight HIV

Cinnamon compound may prevent colon cancer

A compound that gives cinnamon its distinctive flavour and smell may have the potential to fight colon cancer, a new study has found.

Cinnamon compound may prevent colon cancer

Food sins that wreck your skin

The saying "you are what you eat" also holds true for the skin.

Food sins that wreck your skin

A man’s finger length can predict if he is a good date

Ladies, if you are wondering whether to go on a date with a man, check out his fingers!

A man’s finger length can predict if he is a good date

Sleep well to ensure your long-term health

If you tend to sleep less during the night's you may be putting your health at risk as a new study claims that lack in your "shut eye" time could cause long-term health issues.

Sleep well to ensure your long-term health

Munching on ‘nuts’ can keep some types of cancer at bay

Love munching on nuts? You can happily keep doing so as a new study has found that nut consumption could reduce risk of some cancers.

Munching on ‘nuts’ can keep some types of cancer at bay

This life size ‘My Little Pony’ blow-up sex doll may scar you for life; price $599 apiece

A new life size 'My Little Pony' blow-up sex doll has recently been introduced in the market, which might be the most disturbing inflatable sex toy ever.

This life size ‘My Little Pony’ blow-up sex doll may scar you for life; price $599 apiece

People belonging to many groups have better self-esteem than with large network of friends

A new study has revealed that group memberships boost self-esteem in people more than the friends alone.

People belonging to many groups have better self-esteem than with large network of friends

Why India’s medical schools are plagued with fraud

India's system for training doctors is broken. It is plagued by rampant fraud and unprofessional teaching practices, exacerbating the public health challenge facing this fast-growing but still poor na

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It’s official! Being ‘single’ is bad for your health

If you are loner and can't stay in relationships, you might want to change your way of life as a new study has claimed that being single can prove bad for your health.

It’s official! Being ‘single’ is bad for your health

Eating up to 100 grams of chocolate daily cuts heart diseases, stroke risks

If you miss out on chocolate thinking it's not good for you health, then there is good news for you, as a new study has claimed that eating up to 100 grams of chocolate daily cuts heart diseases and s

Eating up to 100 grams of chocolate daily cuts heart diseases, stroke risks

Cinnamon may hold key to beat colorectal cancer

Cinnamon may do more than add flavour to your food, as a new study has claimed the a component found in the spice is a potent inhibitor of colorectal cancer.

Cinnamon may hold key to beat colorectal cancer

‘Nutritious’ avocados may help beat deadly leukemia

Adding to the benefits of avocados, scientists have found that the nutritious fruit may hold the key to beating deadly leukemia.

‘Nutritious’ avocados may help beat deadly leukemia

‘Polluted air’ can reduce white matter in our brains; older women significantly affected

In a new study, scientist have claimed that air pollution could cut down the white matter in our brains. For the study, a research team took brain MRIs of 1403 women who were 71 to 89 years old and us

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NACO observes ‘World Blood Donors Day’

The National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, observed the 'World Blood Donors Day' under the aegis of the National Blood Transfusion Council (NBTC) at Connaugh

NACO observes ‘World Blood Donors Day’

Different taste in TV shows can kill your relationship

Can having a different taste in TV be a real issue in a relationship? A new study supports the debate as the study has showed that it can be a bit of a letdown.

Different taste in TV shows can kill your relationship

Poor sleep may double risk of heart attack, stroke in men

Men with sleeping disorders may have double the risk of having a heart attack and face up to four times the risk of suffering a stroke than males without a sleeping disorder, a new study has warned.

Poor sleep may double risk of heart attack, stroke in men

How organisms distinguish between real sugar, artificial sweetener

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how organisms distinguish between real sugar and artificial sweetener.

How organisms distinguish between real sugar, artificial sweetener

‘Staying true’ will release you from the guilt of ‘impurity’: Kellogg School of Management

There is an old saying that "one should be true to himself" and a new study has backed it. A research conducted by the Kellogg School of Management suggests that this drive for authenticity that is li

‘Staying true’ will release you from the guilt of ‘impurity’: Kellogg School of Management

Now, smart bikini that stops you from getting sunburned; price starts 149 euros

A smart bikini that measures exposure to ultraviolet radiation and alerts wearers when they are at risk of getting sunburned has been developed by a French company.

Now, smart bikini that stops you from getting sunburned; price starts 149 euros

‘Sleepless nights’ could pose heart disease risks equivalent to smoking

In a new study, scientist have found that a bad night's sleep could trigger health risks equivalent to that of smoking.

‘Sleepless nights’ could pose heart disease risks equivalent to smoking
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