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According to a new study, engaging in household chores may be beneficial for brain health in older adults. The study found that older adults who spent more time on household chores showed g...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted people with rare disorders, especially patients with hemophilia. During these unprecedented times, when the healthcare infrastructure is already stressed...

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A new study conducted in rats shows that chemical known to protect nerve cells also slows glaucoma, the leading cause of irreversible blindness. Led by researchers at NYU Grossman School of...

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In people with peripheral artery disease, walking for exercise at an intensity that induces ischemic leg pain improves walking performance, a new study suggested. The study also showed that...

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Time to ditch the takeaways? A new study has found that frequently eating out is significantly associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer. The findings of the study appe...

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According to a new study an anti-inflammatory drug previously tested in a wider population of people with cardiovascular disease may have potential if used only in those with clonal hematopoiesis....

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Cancer cells can dodge chemotherapy by entering a state that bears similarity to certain kinds of senescence, a type of "active hibernation" that enables them to weather the stress induced by aggre...

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Surgery should be delayed for seven weeks after a patient tests positive for Covid-19, as surgeries taking place up to six weeks after diagnosis are associated with increased risk of death, accordi...

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Researchers during a recent study found that eating about five daily servings, two of which were fruits and three vegetables, is likely the optimal amount needed in order to sustain longer life....

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While a balanced diet is advisable to provide the body all the essential nutrients, customized diets and lifestyle changes could be key to optimising mental health, according to new research includ...

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A new research has found that a high-fat diet can cause damage to the muscle cells that make up our hearts by causing a normally harmless protein, Nox2, to become overactive. Consumption of...

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While a balanced diet with an adequate amount of carbohydrates, fats, and sugar is advised to keep diseases at bay, a recent study has pointed out that consuming a diet high in poor quality carbohy...

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February is usually the peak of flu season, with doctors' offices and hospitals packed with suffering patients. But not this year. Flu has virtually disappeared from the U.S., with reports ...

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Do you stay away from consuming fat fearing weight gain? But should you do it? Are fats really unhealthy? Do they affect the heart? If such questions have been on your mind, you are at the right pl...

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While many people are addicted to coffee and can't let go of the adrenaline rush it gives to the sip their favourite version- long black, espresso, or latte, a new study has revealed that too much ...

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When it comes to the body, most people take it for granted and deliberately push their doctor appointments, while knowing fully well they need the check-up. When this happens, an already-existing h...

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When it comes to our overall well-being, our brain health plays a significant role in determining it. Mental health, depression and anxiety have often been overlooked by us, but these conditions ca...

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As per a new study, a low-fat vegan diet has better outcomes for weight, body composition, insulin sensitivity and cholesterol levels, compared with a Mediterranean diet. Looking for a diet...

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People living in regions with high levels of outdoor artificial light at night may face a higher risk of developing thyroid cancer, suggested the findings of a novel study. The finding come...

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Jennifer felt the baby’s first kicks on Nov. 23, 2015. The next day, she was scheduled for an anatomy scan. “At first, everything seemed normal,” recalls Jennifer. But as the obst...

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As per Globocan 2020, over 20,000 new cases of childhood blood cancer are diagnosed every year in India, of which nearly 15,000 of those cases is leukemia. Blood Cancer refers to the malign...

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We all know that mobile radiations are harmful for health, yet the time we spend chatting and browsing through our phones is ever exceeding. In fact, if reports are to be believed, the pandemic and...

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In a recent study, researchers have established in lab settings that a novel combination of two forms of immunotherapy can be highly effective for treating lung cancer, which causes more deaths tha...

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We are living in uncertain times; social, environmental and financial instability is rocking most of our worlds right now, majorly due to the consequences of the ongoing Covid crisis. Amid such glo...

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Unlike fad diets that call for the elimination of certain food groups like fats or carbohydrates, Intermittent Fasting (IF) is an eating pattern in which one has timely meals within an eating windo...

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The coronavirus pandemic has affected the majority of population across the globe with daily tolls of increasing positive cases and fatalities. In India, the caseload is significantly high as compa...

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A University of Missouri researcher might have found a new way to help the body's immune system get past that deception and destroy cancer. "Normally, your body's immune cells are constantl...

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In late June, Erick “Hiko” Miyagi of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, woke up on a Friday morning with an odd feeling in his chest. “It felt like someone had blown a balloon up in ...

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Researchers from the School of Veterinary Medicine found that the cells lining the intestine are capable of countering the parasite Cryptosporidium with the help of self-formed chain reaction. ...

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A study led by researchers of Brigham and Women’s Hospital claims that technology could potentially offer a variety of treatments for human neurological disorders. In the past few dec...

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