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Understanding Pancreatic Cancer: The disease Manohar Parrikar and Steve Jobs fought

The detection of pancreatic cancers is also not easy as there are no specific screening tests and by the time symptoms sets in, it is mostly late though some are lucky to catch it early.

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Piping hot tea, coffee may up oesophageal cancer risk: Study

Compared with drinking less than 700 ml of tea per day at less than 60 degrees Celsisu, drinking 700 ml per day or more at a higher temperature was associated with a 90 per cent higher risk of esophag

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Your neighbourhood may make you obese, says study

"In other words, living in a community where obesity is more common can make sedentary lifestyles, unhealthy eating and overweight or obesity more socially acceptable," said Datar, one of the authors

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Mental health as important as studies for students during exam time; here are some tips

Health is both a physical and mental state. Wellness, or good health, requires ongoing effort to make positive choices, and to keep your life in balance.

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Digestive disorders or stomach ailments troubling you? Strengthen your immune system with good bacteria

Not all bacteria is bad and learning more about all types of bacteria that we take into our system is the first step towards understanding the body's health before we head out to consult a doctor.

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Is your tiring job the reason behind your diabetes? Here are 4 easy ways to tackle it!

According to the findings of a new study, women who find that their jobs are mentally tiring may be at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes. So, here are research-backed ways to help you reduce your risk

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Commonly used heart drug may up cardiac arrest risk

The nifedipine doses most often used and studied in this investigation are 30 milligrammes (mg) and 60 mg and the amlodipine doses are 5 mg and 10 mg.

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Shocking data of child marriages in Kerala! Over 22000 young mothers are under 19 years

A UNICEF report in 2014 had earlier pointed out the disturbing trend of child marriages in Kerala, citing that it is an area of concern as this was not a prevalent practice in the southern state.

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New innovative package in dental health care at prices as low as Rs 499 per year, check details!

Here's a complete guide to what India's first dental health package covers.

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World Kidney Day: Health is wealth! By changing your lifestyle, your kidneys can work better

Here are some simple and doable ways to improve kidney care.

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Five ways Social Media has revolutionized medical care

Here are the five innovative ways in which social media is revolutionising the healthcare industry.

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World Sleep Day: Let healthy sleep be your commitment

Studies have shown that improving sleep can significantly ameliorate a wide range of physical and cognitive performance targets.

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World Sleep Day 2019: Why compromising on your sleep is a bad idea

Sleep deficiency can interfere with work, school or any other functionality.

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World Sleep Day 2019: How parents can help kids get a better night’s sleep

As the use of screens increases, so does the number of studies looking at their effect on our health, with many finding that they could be to blame for a lack of sleep, particularly in children and te

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World Sleep Day: Sleepless and stressed out? Turn off your light before you hit the bed!

Fifty years of research on brain activity and the patterns of sleeping is now triggering scientific discussions worldwide about what 'sleep' really means and what it is not.

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New approach may help fight TB effectively: Study

The researchers found that EV-treated macrophages produce compounds like reactive oxygen species that can promote the killing of the M tuberculosis once it infects the macrophage

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Smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity linked to unhealthy brain

The strongest links were with areas of the brain known to be responsible for our more complex thinking skills, and which deteriorate during the development of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

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World Kidney Day: The chronic burden of Kidney disorders in India

World Kidney Day: It is currently one of the most commonly occurring non-communicable diseases in India. The most common cause of CKD in population-based studies is diabetes.

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World Sleep Day tomorrow: Sleep is the best stress-buster

Sleep is a primary human need, and when we don’t get enough of it, just about every facet of our functioning is affected. We tend to move slower. We are less productive. We are more irritable.

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Pregnancy music for expectant mothers benefits babies, according to researchers

According to the findings of the researchers, classical music triggered the greatest level of foetal reaction at 84%, followed by traditional music at 79%.

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Green tea may cut obesity risk, other health disorders: Study

Green tea may reduce the risk of obesity and a number of inflammatory biomarkers linked with poor health, a study conducted in mice suggests.

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Herbs can be effective in prevention & management of kidney ailments: Experts

Sanchit Sharma, executive director of Aimil Pharmaceuticals, which is engaged in manufacturing and marketing of herbal drug Neeri KFT, said it was after numerous tests that this formulation had been d

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The best thing you can do to stay healthy: Sleep right!

This World Sleep Day on March 15 let us take a pledge for a healthy sleeping pattern for a healthy lifestyle. Take resolution for the right number of sleeping hours and sleeping style.

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New operation theatre complex at AIIMS to reduce waiting list of patients

The operation theatre complex also has a state of the art ceiling mounted pendants for anaesthetists and surgeons which will help in increasing their efficiency.

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California man learns he’s dying from doctor on robot video

Ernest Quintana died Tuesday, two days after being taken to the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center emergency department in Fremont.

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Now get free diagnostic services in Tripura’s government hospitals

The minister said a host of diagnostic and treatment services like dialysis are offered to patients for free in different government hospitals along with free medicines for all by the BJP-IPFT governm

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TV is injurious to your heart! Turn it off and eat good breakfast

The study found that people who watched TV for less time and ate a healthy breakfast showed significantly less plaque and stiffness in their arteries.

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