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Ornamental plant extract may help combat asthma

Ornamental plant extract may help combat asthma

London: Researchers have extracted an active pharmaceutical substance from the leaves of a common ornamental.... 

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Financial stress may up migraine risk

Financial stress may up migraine risk

London: Stress caused by financial hardship can increase the risk of developing migraine in people with....

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Eat protein thrice a day to stay stronger

Eat protein thrice a day to stay stronger

Toronto: Eating protein equally in the three daily meals could lead to greater mass and muscle strength in the elderly...

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One avocado a day may boost memory in elderly

One avocado a day may boost memory in elderly

New York: Consuming daily a fresh avocado, a nutrient-rich, cholesterol-free fruit with naturally good fats, may...

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Binge-watching TV may cut sleep quality, up insomnia risk

Binge-watching TV may cut sleep quality, up insomnia risk

London: Young adults with the habit of binge-watching television shows for over three hours in one sitting may....

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  Can moderate drinking keep dementia at bay?

Can moderate drinking keep dementia at bay?

New York: While drinking alcohol in excess is associated with many health hazards, new research has found that older...

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Eating walnuts may boost gut health, cut cancer risk

Eating walnuts may boost gut health, cut cancer risk

New York: Consuming half a cup of walnut per day may help protect the digestive system by increasing the amount...

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Supplements: A Hassle-free Way to Overcome Infertility

Supplements: A Hassle-free Way to Overcome Infertility

Sedentary lifestyles, unhealthy food habits and work-related pressures are some of the reasons for the prevalence.... 

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Japanese device alerts people when they stink

Japanese device alerts people when they stink

Tokyo: A Japanese tech company on Thursday launched a device that allows people to self-test their sweaty exteriors....

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Shield eyes from infection during monsoon

Shield eyes from infection during monsoon

New Delhi: While enjoying the rainy season, don't forget to take care of your eyes as the climate also encourages infective... 

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Smoking rates in Britain now at lowest ever level

Smoking rates in Britain now at lowest ever level

London: A decade after cigarettes were banished from Britain's pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants, smoking rates in... 

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India needs New Delhi-size landfills for waste by 2050: Report

India needs New Delhi-size landfills for waste by 2050: Report

New Delhi: With India littering its waste without sufficient treatment, it needs to set aside about 88 sq. km of precious....

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Finger-stick blood test may not help type 2 diabetes treatment

Finger-stick blood test may not help type 2 diabetes treatment

New York: New research has revealed that checking blood sugar with a finger-stick may not help type 2 diabetes patients...

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Olive oil nutrient may help prevent brain cancer: Study

Olive oil nutrient may help prevent brain cancer: Study

London: A compound found in olive oil may help to prevent cancer developing in the brain, a study says....

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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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