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According to a new research, slightly adjusting the diet of healthy pregnant women could be beneficial for their babies. Women could enhance the development of their unborn child's eyesight and brain function by regularly eating fatty fish during pregnancy. The research supports previous findingsMore
Published 21-Sep-2018 09:45 IST
People who walk just 35 minutes a day or participate in light to moderate physical activity, such as swimming two to three hours a week, may have less severe strokes than people who are physically inactive.
Published 20-Sep-2018 13:29 IST
According to a new study, people sleeping for less than seven hours at a stretch have higher odds of being involved in car crashes. The risk is greatest for drivers who have slept fewer than four hours.
Published 19-Sep-2018 18:46 IST
Sydney: Researchers have identified that some people with schizophrenia have greater amounts of immune cells in their brains, a finding that could open the doors to new treatments and therapies.
Published 19-Sep-2018 15:42 IST
Washington D.C.: Motivating children to do strength-based exercises like squats, pushups, and lunges could play a key role in tackling obesity.
Published 19-Sep-2018 15:09 IST
Integrating Tulasi (Ocimum tenuiflorum) to your diet may not only help you look good but can also boost your physical and mental health, says an Ayurveda expert.
Published 19-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
New Delhi: Obesity is a growing epidemic worldwide and a leading cause of death alongside heart disease and smoking. Bariatric surgery, specifically Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB), is the most effective treatment for obesity.
Published 18-Sep-2018 19:30 IST
Want to boost your self-control? Start thinking of yourself as a busy person, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, said in a study.
Published 18-Sep-2018 19:25 IST
Undiagnosed sexually transmitted infections (STI) can increase negative premenstrual symptoms (PMS) in women, according to a study.
Published 18-Sep-2018 14:42 IST
Usage of muscle relaxants -- a necessary part of anaesthesia during certain major operations -- may increase the risk of respiratory complications after surgery, a new study has found.
Published 18-Sep-2018 14:35 IST
Washington D.C.: Turns out, children born in the peak grass pollen season, October and December, may have a greater risk of developing respiratory diseases such as asthma.
Published 17-Sep-2018 11:55 IST
Psychotherapy recommended for women caring for children with severe health issues
Published 17-Sep-2018 10:21 IST
According to a study, certain environmental pollutants may be the reason for deteriorating kidney health in individuals. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large group of manufactured non-biodegradable compounds used in industrial processes and consumer products, and they areMore
Published 16-Sep-2018 08:28 IST
Aiming to lose weight? According to a study, choosing the wrong meal (no matter the quantity) can leave you craving for more.
Published 13-Sep-2018 09:57 IST
New Delhi: According to a recent study the body’s cells that protect it from infection are infected by Zika virus. Zika virus particularly infects Macrophages, cells that protect body from infection.
Published 11-Sep-2018 10:51 IST
London: Researchers have developed a new vibrating device using bone conduction technology, that can identify the causes of dizziness.
Published 10-Sep-2018 15:16 IST
Researchers have found another reason for you to add whole grains to your diet. According to the latest study, it doesn't matter if it is rye, oats, or wheat.
Published 09-Sep-2018 11:11 IST
Two brain regions apparently play a pivotal role in forgetting, as per a new study. Researchers from Ruhr-Universitat Bochum and the University Hospital of Gießen and Marburg, in collaboration with colleagues from Bonn, the Netherlands, and the UK, have analysed what happens in the brain when humansMore
Published 08-Sep-2018 11:30 IST
New Delhi: Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon hailed the Delhi government's Mohalla Clinics on Friday by calling the scheme the "best form of healthcare" and said that the Centre should implement the model across the country.
Published 07-Sep-2018 17:29 IST
Sydney: Australian scientists are developing a simple blood test that quickly and easily detects whether a person is at risk of a secondary heart attack.
Published 07-Sep-2018 16:31 IST | Updated 16:35 IST

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