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  • India's fight to improve neonatal care

    India's fight to improve neonatal care

    It's World Prematurity Day tomorrow. Anu Prabhakar talks to neonatologists and healthcare experts to learn why India still has a long way to go to save its babies

  • Should non-allopaths be allowed to conduct abortions?

    Should non-allopaths be allowed to conduct abortions?

    The government’s proposal of the MTP Amendment Act 2014 permits non-allopath doctors to conduct abortion. Phorum Dalal speaks to a gynaecologist to find out how it can pose a threat to a patient’s life

  • Phone use may lead to brain cancer

    Phone use may lead to brain cancer

    The longer someone talks over the phone - in terms of hours and years - the more likely is he/she to develop glioma, a deadly form of brain cancer, says a new study

  • How mosquitoes evolved to love human odour

    How mosquitoes evolved to love human odour

    One reason why mosquitoes transitioned from harmless animal-biting insects into deadly vectors of human disease was their love for human body odour, says a new research

  • Smoking ups risk of developing second cancer

    Smoking ups risk of developing second cancer

    A large study has found that cigarette smoking prior to the first diagnosis of lung (stage I), bladder, kidney or head and neck cancer increases the risk of developing a second smoking-associated cancer

  • World Pneumonia Day: Decoding the disease

    World Pneumonia Day: Decoding the disease

    On the occasion of World Pneumonia Day, we look at some facts, figures and preventive measures that can be taken towards Pneumonia

  • Health special: Dieting tips for those with a stressful lifestyle

    Health special: Dieting tips for those with a stressful lifestyle

    Diet matters, they say. Often and enough number of times, the stress on diet has been made. Not only to lose weight but to curb hair loss, for glowing skin and sharp eyesight

  • Cow's milk can deliver AIDS drug to infants

    Cow's milk can deliver AIDS drug to infants

    A novel method of altering a protein in cow's milk to bind with an antiretroviral drug promises to greatly improve treatment for infants and young children suffering from HIV/AIDS, according to a new study

  • Health special: Decoding diabetes on World Diabetes Day

    Health special: Decoding diabetes on World Diabetes Day

    Living with diabetes may not be easy but it isn’t impossible either. A few lifestyle and dietary changes is all it takes to keep the disease in control. Nikshubha Garg speaks to experts who suggest simple ways to deal with it

  • Radiation may cause brain tumours later in life

    Radiation may cause brain tumours later in life

    Exposure to radiation either as a result of a nuclear accident or during treatment of diseases may increase the risk of brain tumours in people under the age of 30, says an Indian-origin specialist

  • Mild BP control adequate for people above 60

    Mild BP control adequate for people above 60

    Even a mild dose of drugs used to treat high blood pressure would be adequate for the elderly population who suffer from the condition, a study says

  • Health Special: From dry to happy skin

    Health Special: From dry to happy skin

    A recent survey reveals that Indian women don't take moisturising their skin seriously. Here's why you need to, and figure how it does wonders for your skin

  • Have nuts, fruits to lower stroke risk

    Have nuts, fruits to lower stroke risk

    Eating diets rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, poultry and fish combined with physical activity and keeping your blood pressure under control can lower risk of a first-time stroke, research shows

  • Text messages can help fight malaria

    Text messages can help fight malaria

    Simple and short text message reminders to take malaria medication can help in the fight against the disease by boosting the rates at which patients complete their medication regimen, shows research

  • High milk intake may lead to early death: Study

    High milk intake may lead to early death: Study

    Instead of strengthening your bones, drinking more than three glasses of milk a day may increase the risk of early death, a study has found

  • Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

    Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

    Having black tea and citrus fruits daily - and red wine occasionally - may lower the risk of developing ovarian cancer, research shows

  • Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

    Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

    Having black tea and citrus fruits daily - and red wine occasionally - may lower the risk of developing ovarian cancer, research shows

  • Vitamin D can curb asthma attacks

    Vitamin D can curb asthma attacks

    Boosting Vitamin D levels in deficient asthmatics could help manage asthma flare-ups, Israeli researchers have found

  • Health: Why needle with your looks?

    Health: Why needle with your looks?

    From unimaginable treatments to going under the knife, people across the globe have been investing in their looks since ancient times. Renee Zellweger's recent public appearance stirred another hornet's nest on this debate. the guide investigates why looks matter, and if morphing an ugly nose or removing forehead lines is worth it, after all

  • Tips to get back on track after festive binging

    Tips to get back on track after festive binging

    If you have binged over the festive season and feel bloated, it's time to go for a healthy detox. the guide speaks to experts to suggest ways to go about it

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