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Sleep disorder drug could help food addicts lose weight

Sleep disorder drug could help food addicts lose weight

London: A drug used for sleep disorder could also reduce the impulse for food, thereby helping food addicts to lose weight....

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Blood protein paves way for potential Alzheimer's drug design

Blood protein paves way for potential Alzheimer's drug design

Kolkata: Opening up new horizons in designing drugs for Alzheimer's disease, Indian researchers have discovered....

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Cataracts may increase depression in elderly

Cataracts may increase depression in elderly

Beijing: Older adults with cataracts -- clouding of the normally clear lens of the eye -- are more likely to have....

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  Young cancer survivors have twice the risk of suicide: Study

Young cancer survivors have twice the risk of suicide: Study

London: Survivors of cancer diagnosed before the age of 25 may be at more than two-fold increased risk of suicide.... 

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Teenagers drink a bathtub of sugary drinks a year: Report

Teenagers drink a bathtub of sugary drinks a year: Report

London: British teenagers consume sugary drinks equivalent of nearly a bathtub on average in a year....

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 Keep a check on diabetes to avoid visual impairments

Keep a check on diabetes to avoid visual impairments

New Delhi: Diabetes, if not checked in time, may lead to serious eye problems that may even lead to blindness....

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 Higher maternal iron levels may up gestational diabetes risk

Higher maternal iron levels may up gestational diabetes risk

New York: Pregnant women who are particularly vulnerable to iron deficiency, may also be at risk if iron is found....

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  Sleeping time linked to poor self-regulation among teens

Sleeping time linked to poor self-regulation among teens

New York: Poor self-regulation among teens is strongly associated with when one sleeps in relation to their body's.... 

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Fitness may guard you against stress related health issues

Fitness may guard you against stress related health issues

London: If you are physically fit and in good shape, you may be well-guarded against the health problems....

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Women face same drink-related health issues like men

Women face same drink-related health issues like men

Sydney: Women face same health related problems from alcohol consumption as men, finds a new study....

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Avoid giving smartphone to calm down your kid, say experts

Avoid giving smartphone to calm down your kid, say experts

New York: Parents may please take note that it is just not all right to hand your child a smartphone to calm him/her down....

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Ayurveda for Millenials

Ayurveda for Millenials

As the world moves away from chemicals and towards natural products, the ancient science of Ayurveda is gaining....

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Folinic acid may help autistic kids improve skills

Folinic acid may help autistic kids improve skills

New York: Reduced form of a B-vitamin known as folate may help improve language and communication skills of children... 

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 50% rise in diabetes deaths across India over 11 years

50% rise in diabetes deaths across India over 11 years

With a genetic predisposition brought to the fore by changing lifestyles, deaths due to diabetes increased 50 per cent....

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Skincare tips for festive season

Skincare tips for festive season

New Delhi: From staying hydrated, moisturising your skin to saying no to hot water bath, it is important to give....

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Asthma drug could prevent liver disease

Asthma drug could prevent liver disease

New York: A drug commonly used for the prevention of allergies and asthma has shown promise in preventing liver...

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 How teenagers learn differently than adults

How teenagers learn differently than adults

New York: An adolescent's ability to learn and form memories is closely linked to the reward-seeking behaviour....

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Weak handgrip may indicate poor health

Weak handgrip may indicate poor health

London: A handgrip could be used for early detection of health problems that may lead to premature death...

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 One in every four men in Aizawl facing cancer threat

One in every four men in Aizawl facing cancer threat

Aizawl: Men in Mizoram's capital Aizawl have much higher probability of developing cancer than their counterparts...

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 Hypertension may affect cognitive skills in children

Hypertension may affect cognitive skills in children

New York: Hypertension or high blood pressure is rapidly increasing in children, largely as a consequence of their obesity....

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