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  • 7 useful health benefits of Yoga

    7 useful health benefits of Yoga

    Researches from the around the world have conducted several studies over the years to illustrate the various health benefits of Yoga. We list a few...

  • Young gays, bisexuals more prone to suicide: Study

    Young gays, bisexuals more prone to suicide: Study

    Young gay and bisexual men under age 26 are six times more likely to attempt suicide and deliberately harm themselves compared to older men of the same sexuality, a significant study has found

  • Ability to smell food through mouth may decline with age

    Ability to smell food through mouth may decline with age

    Old age brings with it many health problems including the loss of vision, hearing and taste, and a new study says that the ability to smell the food through the mouth decreases with age

  • Novel genetic method could lead to vaccine for cancer, asthma

    Novel genetic method could lead to vaccine for cancer, asthma

    Danish researchers have developed a novel genetic method that could lead to the development of safe and effective vaccines for controlling diseases such as cancer, asthma, and allergies

  • Zika presence in Americas older than previously thought

    Zika presence in Americas older than previously thought

    The Zika virus was present in Haiti several months before the first Zika cases were identified in Brazil in March last year, new research has found

  • Ways in which music affects our health

    Ways in which music affects our health

    According to recent studies, music therapy is known to be beneficial for patients dealing with Autism, Learning Disabilities, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Cancer, as well as patients suffering from Neurological Disorders or Trauma

  • Antidepressants work better with nutrient supplements: Study

    Antidepressants work better with nutrient supplements: Study

    A team of researchers has found that certain nutritional supplements can increase the effectiveness of anti-depressants in people suffering from depression

  • Night shifts linked to increased risk of heart disease: Study

    Night shifts linked to increased risk of heart disease: Study

    Rotating night shifts may slightly increase a woman's risk of heart disease, a study has said

  • Consuming rice may put infants at higher urinary arsenic risk

    Consuming rice may put infants at higher urinary arsenic risk

    Beware, if you are feeding your infant with rice or rice products! According to a new study, infants who eat rice and rice products are likely to have higher urinary arsenic concentrations than those who do not consume any type of rice

  • 15 interesting facts about kissing

    15 interesting facts about kissing

    A look at the origin of the act of kissing, health effects and other trivia

  • 8 surprising health benefits of beer

    8 surprising health benefits of beer

    Beer lovers rejoice! The next time you drink a tall frosty one, remember that it will do you some good too. We list some of the healthy beneifts that lager drinkers can avail of

  • Health: Beware! Addiction to technology can lead to WhatsAppititis

    Health: Beware! Addiction to technology can lead to WhatsAppititis

    Have you been spending most of your time with your smartphone, chatting on WhatsApp or playing games? Stop now, before you develop new-age diseases like Tech-Neck or WhatsAppititis

  • Health tips to protect your pets from the summer heat

    Health tips to protect your pets from the summer heat

    It's summer, and your pets too need to be protected from the perils of the scorching heat. Here's how you can help

  • Stressed? Here are some ways to deal with it

    Stressed? Here are some ways to deal with it

    Recent studies and researchers reveal that stress is the leading cause of debilitating diseases like diabetes and other health issues. A look at how one can tackle this problem...

  • Beware! Demanding bosses may harm your health

    Beware! Demanding bosses may harm your health

    If you think that your ever-demanding boss always directs you to push the envelope and work extra hard to meet the deadlines, be alarmed as this workplace behaviour may be detrimental to your overall health in the long run

  • Fatty diet can trigger excessive daytime sleepiness

    Fatty diet can trigger excessive daytime sleepiness

    Do you feel sleepy during daytime at work? Blame it on your love for oily samosas and cheese-laden pizzas -- not to forget a poor night's sleep -- for this

  • Health: 5 reasons why you should always get a good night's sleep

    Health: 5 reasons why you should always get a good night's sleep

    A good night's sleep is the key to a healthy body and life. Recent studies and researches have shed lights on the many positive health benefits of sleep. Here's a look...

  • Beware! Loneliness can lead to stroke

    Beware! Loneliness can lead to stroke

    Many of us feel lonely at certain times but loneliness and social isolation for a longer period of time may lead to increased risk of stroke or heart disease, find researchers

  • Cut 71-minute sitting time in office and live longer

    Cut 71-minute sitting time in office and live longer

    Workers please take note! Taking frequent breaks to reduce sitting time at workplace can help you cut extra body fat, thus lowering the risk of heart disease, diabetes and early death

  • Oral bacteria may help spot pancreatic cancer

    Oral bacteria may help spot pancreatic cancer

    The presence of certain bacteria in the mouth is likely to identify the risk for pancreatic cancer and enable earlier and precise treatment in patients, finds new research

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