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Incorporating these habits will pay you dividends immediately and in the long run
Krishnan Venkateshwaran, chief scientist - ITC Ltd R&D, Dermafique and Sangeeta Velaskar, vice-president and head, Medical Services, R&D, Kaya Limited
A study by researchers from the University of Agricultural Sciences in Sweden showed that many raw meat products contain enterobacteriaceae species
Sun stroke is a medical emergency and, therefore, should not be treated lightly
The researchers also found that the green tea appeared to contribute to a healthier microbial community in the guts of the mice fed a high-fat diet.
As annoying as it feels, skin peeling, especially in this season, shouldn’t be treated lightly
Retina being an extension of the brain can help in analysing changes.
The notion is leading to increased exposure of children to the smoke
New model developed by researchers could predict mortality in elderly
Choices the youth make daily can have debilitating consequences
The herb has been a part of natural remedies for ages
Researchers from the University of Queensland, together with Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the US, developed a statistical approach "to reveal many previously hard-to-find genes that contribute to cancer"
"Asthma is an immune-mediated disease," said lead author Sonali Bose, Assistant Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
A common issue among menopausal women, it can be treated with some intervention
Daily intake may not help stop any major depressive episode
"It was noticed that carrying extra weight may play a role in survival for people who had suffered from kidney and heart disease. We felt the need to investigate whether it also was tied to improved stroke survival," said Zuolu Liu
This risk was more prominent in individuals with impaired glucose balance and in overweight/obese individuals.
Sleep is supposed to increase chromosome dynamics, and normalise the levels of DNA damage in each single neuron
Its intake is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, etc
Nearly 10 per cent births are taking place before 37-week gestation, against the normal 40 weeks, a research finds