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शुक्रवार, 29 जुलाई 2016

Elderly don't retire from sex regardless of age

Elderly don't retire from sex regardless of age
 - Although some older adults reported abstaining from sexual activity due to health conditions or loss of interest, others refused to renounce sexual ...

Low physical capacity 'second-deadliest' risk factor for men

Low physical capacity 'second-deadliest' risk factor for men
 - The remaining men were excluded from the maximum exercise test because they had a health condition that could make it unsafe. Maximal oxygen ...
Air pollution can affect child's brain development
 Considering the deterioration in health due to air pollution, a country wide anti-pollution awareness programme, named Clean Air India Movement ...

After-hours email expectations taking toll on employee health

After-hours email expectations taking toll on employee health
 - Responding to work emails after work hours may seem like an increase in productivity, but it turns out, it is negatively impacting employee well-being.

Nut consumption linked to inflammatory biomarkers

Nut consumption linked to inflammatory biomarkers
 - 5,013 men and women participating in two ongoing prospective cohort studies: the Nurses' Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up Study.

Online counselling may help to lose weight

Online counselling may help to lose weight
 - It teaches participants self-regulation and cognitive behavioural techniques to provide them with long-term, sustainable ways of forming healthy eating ...

Childhood illness not linked to higher adult mortality

Childhood illness not linked to higher adult mortality
 - Exposure to infections in childhood does not have long-lasting consequences for later life survival and reproduction, revealed a new study.

Beware of tattoos, reused needles can cause Hepatitis C

Beware of tattoos, reused needles can cause Hepatitis C
 - This happens in 50-70% of the cases as recorded by the World Health ... Many patients stay in India for three months to undergo treatment so that they ...

Scientists identify anti-Zika antibodies in mice

Scientists identify anti-Zika antibodies in mice
 - US researchers said on Wednesday they have identified antibodies that specifically protect against Zika virus infection in mice, an important step ...

Brain games can ward off dementia

Brain games can ward off dementia
 - In a first, researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have managed to reduce people's risk for dementia with the help of a ...

Over 6 lakh people die due to cancer in india: government

Over 6 lakh people die due to cancer in india: government
 - As reported by World Health Organisation (WHO), more than 1 million new cases are reported in India while about 6.8 lakh people die due to cancer in ...

Gear up to fix your broken hearts, because Coldplay might soon be performing in India

Gear up to fix your broken hearts, because Coldplay might soon be performing in India
 - Reportedly, the band will be headed to India in the month of November, where it will perform at a charity concert organised by the Global Poverty ...

Women with late menstruation and menopause may live longer

Women with late menstruation and menopause may live longer
- Our team found that women who started menstruation at a later age were less likely to have certain health issues, like coronary heart disease, and ...

Early, late menopause may increase risk of diabetes

Early, late menopause may increase risk of diabetes
 - For the study, the researchers took samples of more than 1,24,000 women enrolled in the Women's Health Initiative a large trial aimed at preventing ...