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Cancer Drug Can Renew Heart Tissue

An anticancer agent in development promotes regeneration of damaged heart muscle - an unexpected research finding that may help prevent congestive heart failure in the
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B-Vitamin Pills May Lower Schizophrenia Signs

Schizophrenia is a severe mental disorder in which a person cannot understand the difference in real and imaginary. In a study the researchers have found...
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Back Pain Ups Risk of Early Death by 13 Percent

Worldwide, back pain affecting approximately 700 million people. According to researchers back pain is the leading cause of disability globally and may increase your risk...
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Foetus’s Gender May Affect Mother’s Immunity

The researchers found women carrying female foetuses show a heightened inflammatory response which affect immunity of mothers. Researchers followed 80 pregnant women and examined whether...
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Autoimmune Diseases Decoded

Scientists have discovered a new molecular mechanism behind some autoimmune diseases, an advance that may pave the way for new treatments against conditions caused by...
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Asthmatic Children More Likely to be Obese

In a study it has been diagnosed that children with asthma are over 50% more likely to become obese within ten years of being diagnosed....
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Aerobic Exercise May Reverse Aging

In a study, experts find high-intensity aerobic exercise can reverse some cellular aspects of aging in adults that contributes to synthesize protein, thus reversing a...
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Yoga May Boost Physical, Mental Health of Kids

Practicing Kundalini yoga, which involves meditation, breathing exercises, chanting mantras and adapting certain postures, may help improve the health and psychological wellbeing of children in...
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Non-Smoker Women, Too, Face Breathing Trouble

In a study, researchers suggest that women who have never smoked are susceptible to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and that African American women are...
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Breast Cancer Cases on Decline in Many Nations

Breast cancer mortality rates continue to decline in many nations, according to a recent research presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. However, a...
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Quitting Smoking at Any Age Can Extend Life

A recent study claimed “Smokers can improve their life expectancy even if they kick the butt in their 60s”. Researchers at the National Institutes of...
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Low-Carbohydrate Diet More Effective in Weight Loss

A study claims that eating food low in carbohydrates is safe for up to six months and can also help reduce more weight than following...
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Be Nuts About Nuts

“Eating a handful every day cuts down the risk of fatal diseases” - John von Radowitz A handful of nuts a day can help to keep...
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Be Positive, Live Longer

According to Harvard study “Having an optimistic outlook on life - a general expectation that good things will happen - may help people live longer”....
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People Smoking a Pack a Day Are At Higher Risk

People who smoke one packet of cigarettes a day may develop as many as 150 extra mutations in their lungs every year, which can eventually...
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Loneliness Might Be Sign of Alzheimer’s

The scientists have found that the feeling of loneliness may be linked to amyloid levels in the brain - an indicator of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease....
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Breast Cancer: Lump Not Sole Symptom

A recent research says that almost 17% women, which is one in six women, diagnosed with breast cancer go to their doctor with a symptom...
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Healthy Parents for Fitter Babies

A research suggests that the key to preventing obesity in future generations is to make their parents healthier before they conceive. In a series of...
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Prostate Cancer Treatment May Trigger Dementia

Penn Medicine researchers found a common hormone therapy to treat prostate cancer may double a man’s risk of dementia, regardless of his age. They also...
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Step Up Efforts to Stay in Shape

A study conducted at Oregon State University suggests that if you are unable to achieve the target of taking 10000 steps daily then go for...
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