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Yoga may lessen prenatal depression: Study

Yoga may lessen prenatal depression: Study

New York: Yoga could help pregnant women suffering from depression reduce its severity...

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Knees hurting at young age? Watch your steps

Knees hurting at young age? Watch your steps

New Delhi: Aspiring to be fit and healthy, Ranjitha, 35, decided to hit the gym hard every morning. Soon...

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Eating nuts, peanuts can lower your risk of dying

Eating nuts, peanuts can lower your risk of dying

People who eat at least 10 grammes of nuts or peanuts daily have a lower risk of dying from several major causes...

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Why diet foods don't satisfy us

Why diet foods don't satisfy us

New York:  Evolution has trained our brain to expect calories or energy from sweet-tasting foods and that...

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Light-intensity exercise beneficial for older adults

Light-intensity exercise beneficial for older adults

Washington: Five hours a week of light-intensity exercise provide significant health benefits for people

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'Common genetic roots between creativity, psychiatric problems'

'Common genetic roots between creativity, psychiatric problems'

London: Genes linked to creativity could also increase the risk of developing schizophrenia and bipolar disorder...

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Phase II human trial for Type-1 diabetes vaccine

Phase II human trial for Type-1 diabetes vaccine

New York: The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a phase II clinical trial for testing... 

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Sitting or standing too long is hazardous for health

Sitting or standing too long is hazardous for health

New Delhi: The memo is out: when at work, stand for a minimum two hours if you want a healthier...

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New drug may prevent death from flu virus

New drug may prevent death from flu virus

Toronto: Scientists in Canada have developed a new drug that offers an unconventional approach...

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Good sugar control helps diabetics' hearts

Good sugar control helps diabetics' hearts

New York: Keeping blood sugar levels under good control for many years can reduce the risk of suffering... 

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Excess zinc may lead to kidney stones

Excess zinc may lead to kidney stones

New York: High level of zinc, a key nutrient mineral, in the body may contribute to kidney stone formation...

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Even passive smokers need more anesthetic during surgery

Even passive smokers need more anesthetic during surgery

London: During operations, both smokers and those exposed to passive smoke require more anaesthetic...

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Migraine surgery found effective among teens

Migraine surgery found effective among teens

Washington: Migraine surgery is effective among selected adolescent patients that don't respond to standard...

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Why lone kidney grows large when other is lost

Why lone kidney grows large when other is lost

Washington: Scientists have given an explanation to why in case you end up with just one kidney, the lone organ...

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Obesity affects males more than females

Obesity affects males more than females

New York: Obesity may be tougher on male immune systems than females, suggests a study...

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Depression ups mortality risk in heart failure patients

Depression ups mortality risk in heart failure patients

London:  Patients with heart failure are at five-fold increased risk of death following discharge from...

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High BP driving heart diseases in India

High BP driving heart diseases in India

Washington: Hypertension or high blood pressure has been found to be the most common cardiovascular... 

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New method to detect lung cancer more accurately

New method to detect lung cancer more accurately

Scientists have developed a new method that will allow patients suspected of lung cancer to be subjected to fewer...

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High salt diet may delay puberty: Study

High salt diet may delay puberty: Study

London: Consuming excess dietary salt may result in late onset of puberty that can lead to behavioural...

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Diabetes drug may curb heart attack risk in HIV patients

Diabetes drug may curb heart attack risk in HIV patients

Washington: In patients infected by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), a diabetes drug may have benefits.... 

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