Chocolate could prevent obesity and diabetes, study suggests
04
Jan

At a mouse study led at the Department of Food Science and Technology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, researchers found that an antioxidant present in cocoa (which is the main ingredient in chocolate) prevented weight gain in mice and resulted in lower blo…definitely seems to have more health benefits than previously thought.

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Caffeine - a memory dose or just a drug?
04
Jan

During research, Doctors started analysis about 160 people of around 20 to 30 years of age. In the initial state of research doctors asked participants to recognize and classify some of the indoor and outdoor articles or objects. After this, they were given options to intake ca…ffeine it alters sleeping regularities and also causes heart problems.

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Postpartum Depression- Effects and Longevity
04
Jan

Although, it is common to experience tearful, low energy spells just a few weeks after childbirth, in few women, it was found that these symptoms were more severe. This indicated that there is a problem of postpartum depression in these women. The initial depression period usuall…t that mothers are completely aware of this postpartum depression too.

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Future of Contraceptive Microchips: success or failure?
04
Jan

This microchip can prove to be an effective method of birth control which a woman can switch on or off, according to her wishes and it can also function for a greater number of years. The microchip releases chemicals in a specific and controlled manner. The company to which this …inical testing and finally launch it in the market by the end of 2018.

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NEW TECHNIQUES TO DEAL WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
15
Dec

Slash 50% of cholesterol with new drugs A new drug is introduced and with injection of it just once or twice a month it has the power to slash down LDL cholesterol level by about 50%. Research is in progress to see if any of these tentative agents known as PCSK9 inhibitors, pre…oke is preventable and soon there will be a new drug for hear failure.

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Have a Healthy and Allergy-free Holiday
15
Dec

Trees must be wiped: Before bringing the tree into the house, the live tree must be wiped down and dried. This prevents the tree from spreading mold spores, which is a common cause of allergy during this time. Each live tree has more than a dozen mold spores and each causes diffe…ot worry about allergies. Happy Christmas, and a happy festive season!

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Busting the myths about HPV
15
Dec

Myth 1: It is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) HPV is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) rather than a disease. The difference in both being that an infection occurs due to the presence of virus in the body but it doesn’t necessarily becomes a disease until the relate… less than 11 years of age, should not be given any of these vaccines.

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10 Healthiest Cities of the world!
15
Dec

Government officials of the cities listed in the ’10 Healthiest Cities’ have made policies that enable residents to have access to public parks, nutritious food and public transportation. Of course, without the active cooperation of the residents, no policies or laws passed b…ich help in fostering the spirit of community, reducing stress levels.

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WHEN LITTLE HEALTH PROBLEMS BECOME VERY DIFFCULT TO HANDLE
15
Dec

Even running to the doctor for such little things becomes very difficult for you. Instead of getting frustrated we should use some natural ways to cure these problems. Some measure to cure these problems is illustrated:- 1. A stress headache can be cured easily First of all w…the spinal cord so continuously massaging this point reduces the pain.

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Obesity may also lead to cancer
15
Dec

Cancer can be found in humans, animals and other living organisms. There are about 200 types of cancer. Breast, Lung, Bladder and Kidney cancer are the names of few types of cancer and Lung, stomach, liver, and breast cancer cause the most cancer deaths each year. 14.1 million Ne…lts in the weight loss then people can opt for medications or surgery.

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