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If you think playfulness is associated only with childhood, you may be wrong.
Published 17-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Wish to live longer? Eating hot red chilli peppers with cholesterol lowering properties may help, researchers say.
Published 17-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Consuming blue maize may help prevent metabolic syndrome - a cluster of conditions that includes high blood pressure and blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol, a study conducted in rat models has found.
Published 16-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Playing a musical instrument does not only produce melodies but can make the elderly more reactive and alert in daily life, says a new study.
Published 14-Jan-2017 12:33 IST
If you are a sedentary type and prefer sleeping over hitting the ground, better start exercising or face the risk of developing dementia like those who are genetically predisposed to it, warns a new study.
Published 14-Jan-2017 12:27 IST
Regular intake of a "western diet", consisting of foods that are high on sugar and fat levels, is behind an alarming rise of conditions such as overeating and obesity, researchers warned.
Published 14-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Your new year resolution of hitting the gym to indulge in some weight lifting exercises may not only help you tone those muscles, but also lower the risk of cardiovascular disease as well as Type 2 diabetes, researchers say.
Published 13-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Consuming a high-fiber diet may significantly induce the action of gut bacteria to help reduce inflammation associated with gout and possibly help the treatment of arthritis, researchers have found.
Published 12-Jan-2017 12:04 IST
Men beware! Six servings a week of red meat, particularly the unprocessed variety, is said to heightened risk of developing common inflammatory bowel condition in men, warns a new study.
Published 11-Jan-2017 11:57 IST
Consuming foods such as bananas, potatoes, grains and legumes that are rich in resistant starch may help check blood sugar, enhance satiety as well as improve gut health, a study has found.
Published 09-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
An hour-long nap after lunch may help older adults to preserve their memories, improve their ability to think clearly as well as to make decisions, a study has found.
Published 09-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Deficiency in the levels of Vitamin D may increase the risk of chronic headache in middle-aged and older men, according to a new study.
Published 07-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Milk is essential for developing strong bones and teeth, but some people simply don't like the sight of it. Add flavours or coloured ice cubes or prepare shakes to make milk tastier, says an expert.
Published 07-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
If you happen to witness fear and trauma in the life of your loved ones or even strangers, chances are that a change may occur in the information flow in your brain and lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, researchers have said.
Published 07-Jan-2017 00:15 IST | Updated 17:26 IST
Do you often stutter, here are the reasons behind it! Stuttering is caused by a reduced blood flow in speech processing areas of the brain, a study by researchers, including one of Indian-origin, has showed.
Published 06-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Researchers have developed a new non-invasive retinal imaging technique that could prevent vision loss in diseases like glaucoma the second leading cause of acquired blindness worldwide.
Published 05-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
A modest increase in dietary zinc - about four milligrams - can help reduce everyday wear and tear on our DNA, says a study.
Published 05-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
People who can notice misinformation that is inconsistent with the original event may have better memory compared with people who never saw the misinformation, a study has found.
Published 05-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Feeling too lazy to hit the gym or follow an exercise routine? Your altered dopamine receptors critical for movement may be the reason behind your lack of motivation rather than excess body weight, a new study has suggested.
Published 04-Jan-2017 00:15 IST
Pre-existing depression or anxiety disorders and the use of psychoactive drugs may increase an individual's risk of long-term use of opioid pain medication, a study has found.
Published 04-Jan-2017 00:15 IST

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