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Healthy Lifestyle Reduces End-of-Life Disability

Leading a healthy lifestyle can shorten the time that is spent disabled near the end of one’s life by nearly two years, says a study.
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Avoid Ovary Removal in Premenopausal Women

The experts suggested that removal of ovaries in premenopausal women who are not at a high risk of cancer should not be considered as they...
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Increasing Health Problems With The Use of Cell Phones

There is continuous increasing usage of cell phones particularly in urban or semi-urban areas with 88% in comparison to 25% usage in rural areas. In...
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Sugar Can Cause Vertigo, Dizziness

In a study it has been shown that higher levels of carbohydrates and higher levels of circulating insulin in the body cause vertigo. In a...
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Sugar Can Cause Otoacoustic Emission

Otoacoustic emissions represent sounds generated by the ear that can be simply measured from the ear canal. The increased prevalence of carbohydrate metabolism disorders in individuals...
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Hormones May Strengthen a Woman’s Memory

Hormonal changes that women experience throughout their menstrual cycles can have significant effects on how they approach and solve problems, a study has found. Women...
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Prostate Cancer No Risk If Detected Early

According to a study, prostate cancer which develops in the male reproductive gland poses no major threat to life if diagnosed and intervened at early...
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Exercise May Lower Risk Of Bacterial Infection

In a study, it has been found that low and moderate levels of physical activity may significantly lower the risk of bacterial infection. Regular physical...
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Obesity Gene Can’t Stop Weight Loss

A study concluded that people, who have obesity in their genes, are as likely to benefit from fat reduction and weight-loss programmes as those without....
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Weekend Lie-ins Make You More Tired

A group of experts claim changing sleeps patterns can cause more damage than good. Many see it as an essential at the end of a...
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Precocious Puberty

Precocious puberty is a medical condition that causes an early release of hormones from the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus areas in the brain, which...
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Playing Video Games, Tennis May Enhance Memory

In a study it has been found that playing video games or tennis may help enhance your memory. Attention-grabbing experiences release memory enhancing chemicals in...
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Teens May Not Buy Sugary Drinks With Warning Labels

A study revealed that teenagers are less likely to purchase soft drinks and other sugary beverages that include health warning labels. Earlier research showed parents...
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Statins - Benefits Outweigh Risks

According to the World Health Organization, Heart attacks and strokes are the world’s number one killers, accounting for an estimated 31% of all deaths a...
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Learn Foreign Languages, Sharpen Brain

A study found that learning foreign languages enhances our brain's elasticity and its ability to code information. The study mentions that the more foreign languages...
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Low Birth-Weight Kids Less Active Later

In a study, it has been found that children born with a low birth weight are less likely to be good at sports at school,...
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Kids of Parents With Psychiatric Disorder More At Risk

According to a study, parents suffering from psychiatric diseases, including mental and mood disorders may increase the risk of their children attempting suicide as well...
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Driving Blood Pressure Too Low May Damage Heart

According to a study made in United States, low or too low diastolic blood pressure while treating hypertension, had been found associated with subclinical myocardial...
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No Genetic Line Between Happiness and Depression

It turns out, the genes that make us prone to depression could also open us to positivity. The researchers from the University of Texas reviewed...
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Alcohol Causes Different Types of Cancer

Excessive intake of alcohol can cause seven different kinds of cancer. An epidemiological study supports a causal association between alcohol consumption and cancers at seven...
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