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  • Health: Bad relationship leads to poor sleep

    Health: Bad relationship leads to poor sleep

    How well you think your partner understands and cares for you is linked to how well you sleep, new research suggests

  • Wearable device may improve sleep, reduce PTSD risk

    Wearable device may improve sleep, reduce PTSD risk

    A wearable device developed by Arizona-based research firm Brain State Technologies could help improve sleep and thereby lower the risk of developing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suggests new research

  • Health: Sit less, move more to cut heart risk

    Health: Sit less, move more to cut heart risk

    Living a sedentary life can be a potentially independent risk factor for heart disease and stroke, warns a study, suggesting to "sit less and move more"

  • Viral infections more dangerous during morning: Study

    Viral infections more dangerous during morning: Study

    Our body clock accelerates the ability of viruses to replicate and spread between cells ten times faster during the morning than by the end of the day, placing people at a higher risk of catching infection, a study involving an Indian-origin scientist has revealed

  • Health: How fitness industry is motivating Mumbaikars to stay fighting-fit

    Health: How fitness industry is motivating Mumbaikars to stay fighting-fit

    An app to book a gym session, and a band with preventive healthcare packages, the fitness industry is using technology to attract Mumbaikars

  • How societal cooperation led to larger human brain

    How societal cooperation led to larger human brain

    A team of researchers has found that judging other people in social groups and deciding whether or not to cooperate with them has promoted the rapid expansion of the human brain's size over the last two million years

  • Health: Replace sugary drink with water to cut obesity

    Health: Replace sugary drink with water to cut obesity

    Replacing one little calorie-laden sugary soda with water may significantly help reduce body weight as well as improve overall health, says a study

  • Health: BP control may reduce premature death in kidney diseases

    Health: BP control may reduce premature death in kidney diseases

    A stringent blood pressure control regime may reduce the potential risk of early death among individuals suffering with chronic kidney disease, revealed a study

  • Health: Exercise may improve working memory in schizophrenia patients

    Health: Exercise may improve working memory in schizophrenia patients

    Aerobic exercise can significantly help individuals improve the 'cognitive deficits,' especially loss of working memory linked with schizophrenia, finds a study

  • Health and Fitness: The 7 Deadly Sins Of Training

    Health and Fitness: The 7 Deadly Sins Of Training

    Most of us treat the locker room the same way you'd treat a water cooler in office. In simple words, you’re procrastinating, with some gossip or perhaps some bitching in an attempt to kill the time

  • Natural fruit extract may prevent, reduce kidney stones

    Natural fruit extract may prevent, reduce kidney stones

    A natural fruit extract may prevent and even dissolve human kidney stones, a new study has found which could lead to the first advance in the treatment of calcium oxalate stones in 30 years

  • 'Texting million people in India improves diabetes prevention'

    'Texting million people in India improves diabetes prevention'

    One million people in India who received text messages twice a week advising them to exercise, eat less fat, and consume more fruits and vegetables increased these health behaviours which prevented diabetes, a new study has found

  • Health: Leg movement while sitting may prevent arterial disease

    Health: Leg movement while sitting may prevent arterial disease

    If you spend a lot of time in font of the computer or television, don't forget to move your legs every now and then. A new study has found that fidgeting while sitting can protect the blood vessels in legs and potentially help prevent arterial disease

  • Health: Animal welfare activists on the benefits of being non-judgmental

    Health: Animal welfare activists on the benefits of being non-judgmental

    Animal welfare, like life, can sometimes leave you angry, and hopeless. But volunteers say practicing the art of being non-judgmental has made them positive, effective workers

  • Novel 4D technology may aid treatment for lung disease

    Novel 4D technology may aid treatment for lung disease

    Researchers have developed a four-dimensional lung scanning technology that has the potential to transform treatment for millions of people with respiratory problems

  • Revealed: Why your body feels stiff after you wake up in the morning

    Revealed: Why your body feels stiff after you wake up in the morning

    Researchers have found that a protein created by the body's "biological clock" regulates inflammatory arthritis, explaining why the human body is often found to be stiff in the morning hours

  • How alcohol and marijuana may influence your sexual behaviour

    How alcohol and marijuana may influence your sexual behaviour

    While both alcohol and marijuana appear to potentially increase risk for unsafe sex, alcohol use may increase the likelihood of having sex with a stranger, leading to less post-sex satisfaction, suggests new research

  • International Beer Day: 8 ways beer can be surprisingly healthy!

    International Beer Day: 8 ways beer can be surprisingly healthy!

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

  • International Beer Day: Men who drink beer can avail of its 'sexy' benefits

    International Beer Day: Men who drink beer can avail of its 'sexy' benefits

    Researchers in the past few years have contradicted the booze-ruins-sexual-drive belief with some studies that have revealed that drinking a pint of ale can actually improve a man's performance in bed. On International Beer Day, we look at what they have to say...

  • Breastfeeding ups brain development in pre-term babies

    Breastfeeding ups brain development in pre-term babies

    Pre-term babies who were fed more breast milk within the first 28 days of life showed better levels of intelligence, academic achievement, working memory as well as higher brain function by the age of seven, equivalent to infants at full-term, finds a study

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