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Clean helmet = No hair loss

 Hair damage is a common issue among two-wheeler riders, thanks to helmet. Of course, thanks to helmet again, the head is in place 

14 Feb 2018

Participants undergoing training at CMFRI laboratory during the 21-day Winter School
Marine natural product to treat thyroid disorders soon

At a time when the healthcare industry is increasingly becoming dependent on marine-derived bio-active compounds for various diseases, the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI)

14 Feb 2018

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Tweaking gut bacteria may cut obesity, diabetes risk 

The findings, published in the journal Mucosal Immunology, highlights the potential to prevent obesity and diabetes by manipulating levels and ratios of gut bacteria.

14 Feb 2018

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This 'selfish' gene may prevent heart disease

The gene, called MeXis, acts within key cells inside clogged arteries to help remove excess cholesterol from blood vessels.

14 Feb 2018

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A soda a day may cut your chances of conceiving

Females who consumed at least one soda per day had 25 per cent lower fecundability, while male consumption was associated with 33 per cent lower fecundability. 
 

14 Feb 2018

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Valentine’s Day 2018: Beat the Broken Heart Syndrome

Celebrating this ‘Day of Love’ is now a very important event in the social calendar and for many.. a personal one too!

14 Feb 2018

New gene can keep heart healthy, heart diseases at bay

A gene that may play a protective role in preventing heart disease has been discovered.

14 Feb 2018

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Why do people get aggressive after drinking?

In the study, the researchers noted changes in the working of the prefrontal cortex -- the brain area involved in tempering a person's levels of aggression.

13 Feb 2018

Those who reported working irregular or rotating shifts with usual night shifts were 44 per cent more likely to have type 2 diabetes.
Frequent night shifts may up diabetes risk

The team found that, compared to day workers, all shift workers were more likely to have type 2 diabetes, except for permanent night shift workers.

13 Feb 2018

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Effects of children’s cancer diagnosis on parents’ income

Income from work dropped to the lowest level around the time of cancer diagnosis, with swift recovery for fathers but not for mothers.

13 Feb 2018

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Do you know that predominant traits of psychopath differ with cultures?

A new research has shed more light on the main attributes of a psychopath’s personality, claiming that they vary across different cultures as opposed to being universal as perceived up until now.

13 Feb 2018

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This is how obesity may not affect fitness levels

The study further suggested that individuals with a body mass index higher than 40 could still be fit and healthy.

13 Feb 2018

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Here's how slow eating aids weight loss

According to the study, slowing down the speed at which you eat, along with cutting out after dinner snacks and not eating within two hours of going to sleep may all help to shed the pounds.

13 Feb 2018

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Obesity may lead to sudden cardiac arrests in youths

obesity and other common cardiovascular risk factors may play a greater role in sudden cardiac arrest among younger people.

13 Feb 2018

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Violent behaviour of children is inspired by fast forward society: Psychologists

Devotion of teachers towards students and trust of parents on teachers is based on money.

13 Feb 2018

Why women should run with families

Pinkathon Hyderabad and  Bajaj Electricals promo run was to encourage women to get outdoorsy

13 Feb 2018

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Government slashes cardiac stent prices further; fixes ceiling of Rs 27, 890

The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority last year, had for the first time fixed the price cap of Rs 30,180 on coronary stents that is used in the procedure angioplasty to treat heart blockages.

12 Feb 2018

From then to now

If it was love letters in the good old days, today presents and other celebrations form a big part of Valentine’s Day

12 Feb 2018

Far away from the maddening crowd: A couple, in mid-summer heat, take shelter under an umbrella on Marine Drive  Albin Mathew
Love’s in the air

In today’s world, those in love find many ways to express their heart’s desire. Many people in the city have made elaborate plans to make Valentine’s Day a very special one for their beloved

12 Feb 2018

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Awareness about sexual, reproductive health must to avoid diseases

The following tips can be followed to ensure that you maintain good sexual health.

12 Feb 2018

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This DNA test can screen your baby for 193 genetic diseases

This information can help pediatricians guide prescription choice to avoid adverse effects or incorrect doses of medications, including antibiotics, the statement said.
 

12 Feb 2018