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  • Air pollution may increase autism risk in kids

    Air pollution may increase autism risk in kids

    Exposure to air pollution in the womb and the first two years of life may be associated with an increased risk of a child developing autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), new research has found

  • UP FDA asks Nestle to withdraw a batch of Maggi noodles

    UP FDA asks Nestle to withdraw a batch of Maggi noodles

    Nestle India has been asked to withdraw a batch of popular snack Maggi noodles from the market after it was found to contain high level of lead, Uttar Pradesh Food Safety and Drug Administration officials said

  • 'Anti-ageing drug may be just five years away'

    'Anti-ageing drug may be just five years away'

    A new anti-ageing drug may be just five years away, say scientists who have identified the role of an enzyme in muscle wasting and associated age-related problems

  • FDA tells pharma body to regulate prices of cardiac stents

    FDA tells pharma body to regulate prices of cardiac stents

    Charging the importers and distributors of cardiac stent of making over 100 per cent profit, Maharashtra's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today said it has asked the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority to regulate its "high prices"

  • Smokers less inclined to vote: Study

    Smokers less inclined to vote: Study

    People who smoke are 60 percent less likely to vote than their non-smoking peers, says a study that sheds new light on the increasing marginalisation of tobacco users

  • High BP driving heart diseases in India

    High BP driving heart diseases in India

    Hypertension or high blood pressure has been found to be the most common cardiovascular risk factor in a study of outpatient care in India

  • Diabetes screening in India futile: Indian American scientist

    Diabetes screening in India futile: Indian American scientist

    Widespread diabetes screening in India is ineffective and glucometer-based screening tools are unlikely to meet effectiveness criteria, Indian American scientist Sanjay Basu from Stanford University and his team has found

  • Mother's obesity may weaken baby's immunity

    Mother's obesity may weaken baby's immunity

    Babies born to obese mothers are likely to have weaker immunity than those born to lean mothers, says a new study

  • High salt diet may delay puberty: Study

    High salt diet may delay puberty: Study

    Consuming excess dietary salt may result in late onset of puberty that can lead to behavioural problems, stress and reduced fertility, new research says

  • If your kids throw tantrum, consult a doctor

    If your kids throw tantrum, consult a doctor

    If your child often throws tantrums, consider it as any other medical problem and do consult your doctor, says a new study

  • How vitamin E helps you build strong muscles

    How vitamin E helps you build strong muscles

    Body builders have known for over eight decades that a diet rich in vitamin E can help build strong muscles, but scientists have only now figured out one important way the vitamin works

  • Fancy the Bell-Bolly Hop workout?

    Fancy the Bell-Bolly Hop workout?

    If you want to lose a few kilos and find the usual workout routines, boring, you might want to try out this new, fun style called Bell-Bolly-Hop

  • Make a splash with Nawaz Modi Singhania's Aqua aerobics class

    Make a splash with Nawaz Modi Singhania's Aqua aerobics class

    Aqua aerobics is the fun way to lose weight without breaking into a sweat. Anju Maskeri attends fitness expert Nawaz Modi Singhania's class to know more

  • New Liberia lab monitors genetic changes in Ebola virus

    New Liberia lab monitors genetic changes in Ebola virus

    Researchers have established the first genomic surveillance capability in Liberia, enabling them to monitor genetic changes in the Ebola virus within one week of sample collection

  • Diabetes drug may curb heart attack risk in HIV patients

    Diabetes drug may curb heart attack risk in HIV patients

    In patients infected by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), a diabetes drug may have benefits which go beyond lowering blood sugar

  • Cameras on smartphone can spot eye cancer

    Cameras on smartphone can spot eye cancer

    The camera on our smartphones can detect eye cancer generally found in children under the age of five, reveals a British non-profit organisation working in the field of childhood cancer

  • New device to confirm chikungunya in an hour found

    New device to confirm chikungunya in an hour found

    With a new assay developed in the US, health workers now have a quick way to detect whether or not a sample of mosquitoes harbours the virus that causes chikungunya (CHIKV) within an hour

  • The world now has a billion smokers

    The world now has a billion smokers

    Almost five percent of the world's adult population (240 million people) have an alcohol use disorder and more than 20 percent (one billion people) smoke tobacco, new research on global addictive disorders has found

  • Learn Kizomba to bring on your sexy moves!

    Learn Kizomba to bring on your sexy moves!

    As New York-trained dancer duo, Namrata Wittke and Elvis Mascarenhas, bring the sensuous Angolan dance form of Kizomba to Mumbai, we match steps to learn how to set the dance floors on fire

  • NBA player Sim Bhullar shares his fitness plans

    NBA player Sim Bhullar shares his fitness plans

    The tallest active NBA player at the moment, Sim Bhullar, was recently in India to conduct a special camp for basketball enthusiasts. Hassan M Kamal spoke with Bhullar, who last donned the no.32 jersey for Sacremento Kings, to share his fitness plan with us

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