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Lack of Vitamin E may affect learning skills in babies

As a result of vitamin E deficiency, the brains of these embryos' continued to lack choline and glucose and simply did not develop correctly.

30 Jul 2017

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83 percent parents believe almonds are best snack for kids: Survey

Parents believe that almonds help boost brain development and are essential for healthy and stronger bones in addition to providing a daily dose of energy. 

30 Jul 2017

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Here are six ways to ensure better hand hygiene

WHO has been urging people to wash their hands frequently using soap and water or a hand sanitiser - the first step to keeping themselves free from germs and viruses. 

30 Jul 2017

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Here's how depression damages your heart

Depression was the strongest risk factor for dying.

30 Jul 2017

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Sleep deprivation has no effect on female sex drive: Study 

The researchers noted that humans could possibly have a similar mechanism for adjudicating when the drives for sleep and sex collide.

30 Jul 2017

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Smoking ups anxiety affects brain's ability to suppress fear

Scientists have found that tobacco smoke can impair the brain's ability to repress fear-related memories.

30 Jul 2017

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Artificial insemination ups chance of successful pregnancy by 22 percent 

Side effects are non-serious but may include abdominal cramps.

30 Jul 2017

Get wet to stay fit

India is slowly moving over the yoga mats to take to the pool floor and practice Woga, a fun new workout that gives a sense of weightlessness

29 Jul 2017

Simple and safe cure for warts the chinese way

Clinical observation reveals acupuncture as the best remedy to treat multiple and stubborn warts

29 Jul 2017

Light from smartphones may lessen sleep quality
 

Blue light boosts alertness and regulates our internal body clock, or circadian rhythm, that tells our bodies when to sleep. 

29 Jul 2017

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Six cups of coffee daily can boost mental performance

The study breaks the myth that too much of coffee or tea is bad for the body. 

29 Jul 2017

Tool to help distinguish between viral, bacterial infections

The scientists are using markers in the blood to identify the severity of the sicknesses in both bacterial and viral infections

29 Jul 2017

The brain cells can control the hunger signals that drive the search for and consumption of food.
This is how brain could help treat obesity

Two new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and offer new drugs to treat obesity.

29 Jul 2017

The could alleviate high-fat and high-fructose (HFFD)-induced insulin resistance and cognitive impairment.
Green tea helps improve memory, cuts obesity

The tea has potential therapeutic intervention for memory impairment, neuro-inflammation and brain insulin resistance induced by high-fat, high-fructose diet.

29 Jul 2017

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Beware! Monsoon brings high risk of Hepatitis infections

The chances of getting Hepatitis A and E are higher through contaminated water and areas with no proper sanitation. 

29 Jul 2017

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Bitter truth: Diabetes a rich people disease

According to ICMR study, States with higher per capita GDP have a higher prevalence. 

29 Jul 2017

Significant proportion of diarrheal disease can be prevented through safe drinking water and adequate sanitation and hygiene.
Integrating prevention and treatment tools to fight diarrhea

Diarrheal disease is the second leading killer disease of children under age five around the world which needs to be addressed with strict measures and awareness. 

28 Jul 2017

Flexible bio-glue for wound healing developed

The super strong, flexible adhesive material inspired by the glue secreted by slugs that sticks to biological tissues - even when wet - without causing toxicity.

28 Jul 2017

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Men face work-family conflict just as much as women: study

Since fathers have also now started taking care of children and contributing at home unlike earlier, the work-family conflict is similar to what women face. 

28 Jul 2017

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Pollution responsible for premature, underweight infant birth

Researchers studied the effects of fine particulate air pollution which usually comes from car exhaust.

28 Jul 2017

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Poor sleep may make you fat, raise diabetes risk

The findings showed people who were sleeping an average of six hours a night had a waist measurement that was 3 cm.

28 Jul 2017