Daksh is primarily designed to detect and recover Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). It was inducted in the Indian Army around 2011.
Another useful component of kokum is Garcinol, which has been found to be neuro-protective, contributing to brain health and preventing Alzheimer’s.
Prickly fruit contains actogenins that scientists say demonstrates selective toxicity to tumour cells.
Early this year, a two-month-old boy was brought to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at the government-run Sassoon General Hospital with jaundice and abdominal bloating.
Developed by a gynaecologist, the new study tool, Nutech Functional Score, tracks over 32 parameters to provide accurate assessment of the progress of the disease as compared to the existing method of screening.
A relatively newer association is seen between auto-immune thyroid disorders (both Hashimoto’s and Graves’) and food intolerance.
Being well fed isn’t a sign that you aren’t suffering from malnutrition
Around 95% of people who lose weight, regain it.
LADA is a childhood disorder that occurs in adults.
Till further research evidence is gathered, it is suggested that microwaves are used with care, not as an alternative to conventional cooking and are better used for reheating.
By understanding why we eat the way we do, we can eat a little less, eat healthier and enjoy it a lot more.
Spirulina, an ancient staple food of the Azetacs and Mesoamericans, is now available as a food supplement at health food stores.
Some individuals may experience minimal intestinal damage, and this goes away with a gluten-free diet.
Lectins are type of proteins that choose and bind to carbohydrates on cell membranes and form complexes.
If not taken in right proportion, this protein may cause cramping, bloating, hyperacidity and diarrhoea.
Studies suggest that what you eat can affect your mood, alter stress levels, irritability and promote calmness.
Medicines given even before smokers are ready to quit is found to help them.
The fact is that changes in our lifestyle can powerfully protect us against cancer.
Severely depressed women, however, more often reported complications during delivery.
Study shows those who exercise slowly, but consistently, live longer than those going for high-intensity workouts.
A patient taking a common HIV treatment, Atripla, would pay about $3,000 more a year in a restrictive plan compared with someone enrolled in a more generous plan.
Scientists are concerned people may be ingesting levels of vitamins which are harmful and unnecessary.
‘Makhana’ have several benefits, such as antioxidant, free radical scavenging and immuno-modulatory activities.
A recent study found that moderate drinkers have a lower risk of heart failure than either heavy drinkers or abstainers.
Preserving the entire animal after it was killed has occupied an important place in the food market today.
There is evidence that working out on a completely empty stomach prompts the body to burn more fat and potentially stave off weight gain.
Researchers have found that by writing and editing personal stories, one can identify obstacles that stand in the way of better health.
Can a cup of blueberries keep the doctor away? Maybe.
Both low and high birth weight and rapid childhood growth are associated with adult diseases.
A study shows that mice prevented from eating at all hours avoided obesity and metabolic problems.
Aspirin has well established benefits, but also carries the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.
Are snug-fitting workout clothes really help people to exercise better?
Glycemic index classifies carbohydrate-containing foods according to potential to raise blood sugar levels.
Survey of 138,100 adults, counters conventional wisdom that every “falling-down drunk” must be alcohol addict.
Clinical factors may help patients get the best treatment.
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 every corner of […]