Friday, Jan 30, 2015
January 24, 20151:19 am

A recent study found that moderate drinkers have a lower risk of heart failure than either heavy drinkers or abstainers.

January 24, 20151:13 am

Preserving the entire animal after it was killed has occupied an important place in the food market today.

January 24, 20151:04 am

There is evidence that working out on a completely empty stomach prompts the body to burn more fat and potentially stave off weight gain.

January 24, 20151:00 am

Researchers have found that by writing and editing personal stories, one can identify obstacles that stand in the way of better health.

January 17, 201512:00 am

Can a cup of blueberries keep the doctor away? Maybe.

January 17, 201512:00 am
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Both low and high birth weight and rapid childhood growth are associated with adult diseases.

January 17, 201512:00 am
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A study shows that mice prevented from eating at all hours avoided obesity and metabolic problems.

January 17, 201512:00 am

Aspirin has well established benefits, but also carries the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.

January 17, 201512:00 am

Are snug-fitting workout clothes really help people to exercise better?

January 10, 201512:49 am

Glycemic index classifies carbohydrate-containing foods according to potential to raise blood sugar levels.

January 10, 201512:39 am

Survey of 138,100 adults, counters conventional wisdom that every “falling-down drunk” must be alcohol addict.

January 10, 201512:32 am

Clinical factors may help patients get the best treatment.

January 3, 201512:01 am

By Ishi Khosla If you thought your favourite cup of coffee was unhealthy, think again!! Coffee’s origin can be traced back to the 12th century in Ethiopia, where it is believed to have been first harvested. “Traders brought coffee to the Middle East, from where it began to spread outward in the 15th century, penetrating […]

January 3, 201512:00 am

Exercise changes the shape and functioning of our genes, a new study finds.

January 3, 201512:00 am

Many women who have high blood pressure during pregnancy do not realize they are five times more likely to have a stroke.

December 27, 20144:04 am

Usually, a hangover starts within several hours after the last drink, when blood alcohol level is dropping.

December 27, 20143:55 am

Unemployment has resulted in an increase in body wt and a substantial decline in physical activity, a study concluded.

December 27, 20143:48 am

According to a surprising new study, exercising in chilly temperatures could undermine dieting willpower.

December 20, 20143:00 am

Dr Frank said other trials carried out were even longer had reached similar results.

December 20, 20142:49 am

New study finds that exercising changes the functioning of genes that affect how healthy and fit our muscles become

December 13, 201412:44 am

Recently, modern medicine has begun to study the powers of spices and validates several useful properties.

December 13, 201412:37 am

A recent study suggests that being told one’s pet is dangerously overweight might get the owner to exercise as well.

December 13, 201412:32 am

A chemical found in plastic bottles and beverage cans makes blood pressure shoot up within hours, having direct impact on heart health.

December 6, 201412:34 am

After two years in the programme, Alaijah is an unqualified success story.

December 6, 201412:31 am

According to a report, teenage boys should be advised to have the surgery to reduce risk of contracting HIV.

December 6, 201412:27 am

Study finds that running is more effective than walking in reversing aging

November 22, 201412:58 am

Here are some tips to make your transition to a sugar-free diet easier.

November 22, 201412:33 am

In actual experiments, stretching and toning regimens generally have little if any impact on people’s cognitive skills.

November 22, 201412:25 am

Studies indicate that milk may not only be unhelpful, but also detrimental.

November 15, 201412:31 am

Before deciding to have a mammogram, you should consider the possible risks and whether they are outweighed by the expected benefits.

November 15, 201412:25 am

Research has found that food and drugs have similar influence on the brain’s reward centre.

November 15, 201412:22 am

There is growing evidence that the surgery may be too seductive — and many people considering the procedure must try other ways first.

November 8, 201412:05 am

A Harvard study finds that despite the thrills people receive from an extraordinary experience, few anticipate its social cost: exclusion by friends who would really rather not hear about it.

November 7, 201411:13 pm

Study finds that air in gyms contain dust, formaldehyde and carbon dioxide at levels higher than the accepted standards for indoor air-quality.

November 1, 20143:29 am

Researchers studied 783 people older than 50, the age when screening is recommended for everyone, who were not getting it at the start of the study.

November 1, 20143:28 am

“To be healthy should be the ultimate goal for all.”

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