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Air pollution accumulate deposits in the arteries which may lead to heart disease May 28, 2016 17:50

Air pollution is one of the leading causes of death and it comes as no surprise that it raises the risk of heart diseases especially worsening the risk factors, in diabetics.A recent decade-long study following…

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Chocolate keeps diabetes away: Study April 30, 2016 13:39

A new study claims that, consuming small amount of chocolate everyday, would make one stay away from the diabetes. After conducting the research on 1153 people aged 18-69 years, the researchers found out that, eating…

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‘Fat but fit is ok’, study on obesity says December 29, 2015 17:00

The latest studies prove that, the protective effects of high fitness against early deaths are reduced in people suffering with Obesity. It even says that, ‘Fat but fit is ok’. The research was performed on…

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Special contact lenses improve eye-sight! November 30, 2015 17:18

The recently conducted studies proved that, the special contact lenses, that are designed to reshape the eye's curvature could be used like 'braces', to reduce the short sightedness in children.As per the information specified in…

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Secondhand smoke ruins your baby’s teeth October 23, 2015 16:27

When you are well aware that smoking is injurious to health, you might have also been aware of second-hand smoking, which is also injurious. Now on the same subject, the fresh study proved that, your …

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3 simple tips to get rid of dust allergy October 05, 2015 15:39

Every one has their own identical allergies and it might appear silly to the others. But they never understand the pain you take at that time. Anyway, here are the simple tips to follow, to…

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Do this to cut CVS and keep eyes healthy September 21, 2015 15:16

Take frequent breaks from office work and blink your eyes regularly, otherwise you will be affected by Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), says the experts. As discussed earlier, sitting in a place continuously for a number…

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Purple potatoes can prevent the spread of colon cancer August 28, 2015 19:23

A new study performed by the researchers from Pennsylvania State University has revealed that baked purple potatoes contain compounds that might destroy colon cancer stem cells and limit the spread of cancer. To prove this,…

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Common blood test can predict future hypertension risk August 27, 2015 19:26

The researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have found that a common blood test which is used to verify heart muscle damage from heart attacks could also identify future risk of developing hypertension. People with higher…

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Quitting smoking after heart attack can reduce chest pain August 26, 2015 18:47

Quitting smoking after a heart attack gives quick boost to mental health and the quality of life, according to the new study. The researchers Washington University School of Medicine have data from about 4,000 patients…

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Beta blockers can extend lives of ovarian cancer patients, finds study August 25, 2015 19:26

A new study revealed that taking beta blockers could extend the lives of women with ovarian cancer by up to four years. Beta blockers pills are commonly taken to help people deal with stress, lower…

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New drug to act against nuclear radiation effects, finds study August 24, 2015 19:16

A new study performed by the researchers from Universty of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) has found that ‘an injection given a day after exposure to nuclear radiation may increase survival chances of victims’. In the…

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