Tuesday 30th, May 2017
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Hypertension in young adults ups stroke risk later: Study

Hypertension in young adults ups stroke risk later: Study

New York: Your teenaged son or daughter with a common type of high blood pressure may be at greater risk for stroke... 

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Manipal North side Hospital Malleshwaram to offer Mammography service

Manipal North side Hospital Malleshwaram to offer Mammography service

Bengaluru: with an aim to increase awareness about women’s health" issue and address need for preventive....

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Thumbay Hospital Ajman Launches Personalized ‘Marhaba’ Service for Patients

Thumbay Hospital Ajman Launches Personalized ‘Marhaba’ Service for Patients

Thumbay Hospital - Ajman, the leading academic hospital owned and operated by Thumbay Group UAE, launched...

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 Energy drinks could be deadly for people with heart disease

Energy drinks could be deadly for people with heart disease

Sydney: Drinking even a small amount of caffeinated energy drinks may trigger serious cardiac events in some....

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Eating less salt may not lower your BP, says study

Eating less salt may not lower your BP, says study

New York: Contrary to popular belief, consuming less sodium may not lead to lower blood pressure in the long term....

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Omega 3 fatty acid found to stop liver damage from getting worse

Omega 3 fatty acid found to stop liver damage from getting worse

San Francisco: A new study done with laboratory animals suggests that one type of omega 3 fatty acid offers people...

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Childhood cancers record 13% rise worldwide: Study

Childhood cancers record 13% rise worldwide: Study

Paris: Incidents of childhood cancer have increased across the globe by 13 per cent over 20 years, reaching... 

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Your kid's hands maybe full of harmful nicotine

Your kid's hands maybe full of harmful nicotine

New York If you are a smoker, chances are that your children may be exposed to significant levels of nicotine... 

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Common prostate cancer treatment linked with dementia

Common prostate cancer treatment linked with dementia

New York: Men who undergo a testosterone-lowering therapy for the treatment of prostate cancer...

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Cutting salt in diet may reduce night-time toilet trips

Cutting salt in diet may reduce night-time toilet trips

London: There is good news for people who need to wake up one or more times during the night to go to the... 

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Mixing energy drinks with alcohol may prove dangerous

Mixing energy drinks with alcohol may prove dangerous

Toronto: Do you love to mix your alcohol with highly caffeinated energy drinks? Beware! You may be at higher risk....

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 India needs better legal framework for electronic health records

India needs better legal framework for electronic health records

New Delhi: India needs to take immediate steps to formulate a detailed legal framework for electronic medical... 

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Diabetes ups death risk from cancer in Asians

Diabetes ups death risk from cancer in Asians

New York: Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is associated with a 26 per cent increase in the risk of death from cancers of kidney... 

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Researchers create painkillers without side effects

Researchers create painkillers without side effects

London: Researchers have discovered a new way of developing painkillers that act only on inflamed....

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 Why women gain weight post-pregnancy

Why women gain weight post-pregnancy

London: Continuing to gain weight post-pregnancy? Do not put the blame on your pregnancy, but on your lifestyle choices... 

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Epilepsy linked to stress, shows Apple app study

Epilepsy linked to stress, shows Apple app study

New York: Stress and lack of proper sleep are the major reasons for seizures in people with epilepsy, a study.... 

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Exercise makes you feel better and boosts health

Exercise makes you feel better and boosts health

Exercise and physical activity are a great way to feel better and boost your health. It helps you control your weight, keeps ...

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  Lack of glucose in brain may predict Alzheimer's risk

Lack of glucose in brain may predict Alzheimer's risk

New York: Chronic episodes of a dip in the sugar levels in the brain may trigger the onset of cognitive decline...

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People with Type 1 diabetes need to exercise safely

People with Type 1 diabetes need to exercise safely

Toronto: Maintaining good exercise regimen may be difficult and risky, especially for people with Type 1 diabetes....

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Exercise may boost brain activity, memory in elderly

Exercise may boost brain activity, memory in elderly

New York: Maintaining high levels of fitness through physical activity such as walking, jogging, swimming, or dancing...

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