Health

  • Healthy diet can lower risk of hearing loss: Study

    New York: Researchers have found that eating a healthy diet may reduce the risk of acquired hearing loss. Using longitudinal data collected in the Nurses’ Health Study II Conservation of Hearing Study (CHEARS),…

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    Soups can save you from malaria: Study

    London: To fight against malaria, home made soups might help as researchers have found that some of the soup recipes have anti-malarial properties. “Malaria kills more than 400,000 people per year and infects…

  • 40% parents struggle to see depression signs in kids

    New York:Telling the difference between a teen’s normal ups and downs or something bigger is among the top challenges parents face while identifying depression among the youth, says a new study. Forty…

  • Study finds how fibrosis progresses in the human lung

    Washington: As the researchers have discovered how the lung disease idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) progresses, they will now be able to provide a method to discover new treatment targets for the disease.…

  • Mutations in gene linked to heart failure discovered

    New York: Researchers have identified new mutations in a gene commonly associated with non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy (NIDC), a disease that weakens the heart muscle, making it more difficult to adequately circulate blood…

  • No link between fish oil and prostate cancer risk: Study

    New Delhi: If you are taking Omega-3 pills or relish two-three servings of Omega-3 rich fish a week, you can continue with those, without worrying about its potential prostate cancer risk that…

  • Increased exercise level with age prevents stroke, heart disease

    Washington: While physical activity is linked to the overall well-being of an individual, it has been found to prevent heart disease and stroke in people who increase their workout as they get…

  • Researchers say running lowers death risk

    Washington: Running can reduce the probability of death from any cause, says a new study. If more people take up running and they don’t have to run far or fast, there is…

  • Weight-reduction surgery prevents strokes in obese patients

    Washington: Weight-reduction surgery lengthens lives and prevents clot-caused by a stroke in obese people, says a study. “Obesity is associated with a number of risk factors for heart disease and we know…

  • Eating disorder can hide behind normal body weight: Study

    Washington: While you may think that you look fit, you might be at serious risk from the inside, says a study on atypical anorexia. Traditionally, individuals had to be below 85 per…

  • Intermittent fasting may lead to longer, healthier life

    New York:  Intermittent fasting may sound like another diet fad but researcher have conclusively found that the practice of routinely not eating and drinking for short periods of time resulted in longer…

  • Mild Zika infection in foetuses may lead to brain abnormalities

    Washington D.C.: With the help of an animal model (pigs), a recent study showed that mild Zika virus infection in foetuses can lead to abnormal brain development in healthy young animals. The study, published in — PLOS Pathogens — provides…

  • Low-calorie diet do not benefit men, women equally

    Intermittent fasting may lead to longer, healthier life

    New York: Intermittent fasting may sound like another diet fad but researcher have conclusively found that the practice of routinely not eating and drinking for short periods of time resulted in longer…

  • Diabetes-related stress more harmful for young adults

    New York: Young people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes experience high psychological distress, resulting in worse health outcomes and poor blood sugar control, find researchers from Carnegie Mellon University. Age plays a…

  • Study finds way to prevent age-related metabolic disease

    Washington: In a bid to find a new treatment for improving metabolic health, researchers have discovered why belly fat surrounding organs increases as people age. Led by Dr. Vishwa Deep Dixit, the…

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