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Potatoes, Tomatoes Help In Keeping Sweat At Bay
With summer around the corner, sweat is a major problem and it is just no fun. Though it is a natural phenomenon, it can be quite embarrassing and problematic...
Why Smugglers Across India-Bangladesh Border Prefer Cough Syrup
It's perhaps the law of unintended consequences. The Indian government had earlier this month banned the cough syrup Phensedyl, among a host of drugs. But the...
Painful Periods May Spell Higher Risk Of Heart Attack
Young women with heavy and painful periods due to a disorder called endometriosis -- abnormal growth of uterine tissue -- are three times as likely to develop...
Five Golden Ways to Help You Impress A Woman
Have you been single for a while now? Looking for someone special to become a part of your life? Wait, you wouldn't like to ruin it by making mistakes, will...
7 Reasons You Should Have Sex
To have or not to have. Is this what you are thinking when it comes to sex? Here are 7 reasons to convince you that sex can be much more than just pleasure.....
Delhi Does It First: Launches HPV Vaccine To Fight Cervical Cancer
Things you need to know about the HPV vaccine • The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV- a group of 150 viruses) vaccine is recommended to girls from 9-13 years old. It...
ALERT! Your Favourite Baby Product Might Give You Cancer
We've all grown up using Johnson & Johnson's baby products. Right after our bath, our mothers would lay us on bed and use a powder puff to generously brush...
Jaundice Outbreak In Haryana: Himachal High Court Asks PGIMER For A Report
The Himachal Pradesh High Court after its hearing on the Jaundice outbreak reserved its order on Tuesday and has asked the Post Graduate Institute of Medical...
Inside The World's Fourth Greatest Killer's Mind
If you are under stress, tired and exhausted, taking a walk outside, to get some fresh air would not be a good idea. Especially in countries like India and...
India Records Another Rare Case Of Skeleton Abnormality- Polymelia
A rare congenital occurrence of one or more than one limb in a human’s body or that of an animal is called Polymelia. This is one of the rarest genetic...
This V-Day, Gift 'Good Health' to Family, Friends
Roses, chocolates or jewellery are cliche. How about gifting "good health" to family and friends this Valentine's Day -- that too, starting at Rs.49? Thanks to...
Simple Blood Test May Spot 5 Types Of Cancers: Study
A simple blood test may be used to diagnose five types of cancers - colon, lung, breast, stomach and womb - at early stages, scientists say. Researchers from...
All You Need To Know About Zika Virus
WHO Director-General Margaret Chan has said that the level of alarm is “extremely high” and added that they are mooting to declare it as a public health...
French Drug Trial Leaves One Dead
A man died and three may have suffered irreversible brain damage, after a drug trial went wrong in France . The deceased, who was brain-dead, was being treated...
How Eating 'Healthy' Food Can Make You Fat?
Eating too much is typically considered as one of the prime reasons for obesity but when people eat what they consider to be healthy food, they eat more than...
Sugar found in ketchup and Coke linked to breast cancer
Researchers find high-sugar Western diet may increase the risk of breast cancer A common sugar found in drinks such as Coke and food like ketchup, cereal bars...
Gonorrhoea Could Become Untreatable, Says Chief Medic
Gonorrhoea is at risk of becoming an untreatable disease, England’s chief medical officer has said. Dame Sally Davies has written to all GPs and pharmacies to...
Attackers Shift Sights From Retail to Health Care in 2015
During the holiday season just a few years ago, major retailers were in a panic responding to countless attacks from cybercriminals targeting their highly...
How Pharma can win in a Digital World
The digital revolution continues to transform healthcare fundamentally, and many people believe that a tipping point is finally within reach. In 2014, digital...
ASPS Secures Passage Of The Breast Cancer Patient Education Act
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) today praised Congress for enacting ASPS’s top legislative priority, the Breast Cancer Patient Education Act (...
This FDA - Approved Wearable Defibrillator Could Save Children's Lives
Good news for parents of kids with heart problems. The FDA recently approved the LifeVest, a wearable defibrillator for children as young as eight years old...
Why Do Women Have a Harder Time Sleeping Than Men?
Wage gap? Desire gap? Orgasm gap? Meet the latest member of the outcome-disparity club: the sleep gap. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human...
Union Minister J P Nadda Launches IT-Enabled Tool To Help Quit Tobacco
The Centre today launched four IT-based health care initiatives including an audio-based mobile service which will deliver weekly messages to families about...
Climate Accord Mobilizes Health Industry
The Paris climate accord has mobilized the health-care sector and will have sweeping impacts on public health. With their landmark accord following talks in...
The Second Brain In Your Stomach: What It Is, And Six Foods To Eat To Keep It Happy
The second brain, located in your gut, is made up 500 million neurons, and stretches all the way from the oesophagus to the anus. It is a complete separate...
Have fish oil to burn those kilos around your belly
Fish oil helps catalyse the process of fat-burning by triggering metabolism in certain fat storage cells. Fish oil may burn fat faster than those fat-burning...
Recurrence of Breast Cancer – Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment
Every woman who already had breast cancer once always stays in the terror of its recurrence. However, the fact is that in all cases breast cancer does not...
Common Face Cream Ingredient May Slow Ageing: Study
A common skin care ingredient used in anti-ageing creams can mimic the life-extending effect of a calorie restriction diet, a new study has found. Calorie...
The Sleep Habits Of Highly Successful People
Sleep is a much-coveted enterprise. And as researchers learn more and more about its purpose – and the fallout of not getting enough – the importance of...
 9 In 10 Cancers Caused By Lifestyle, Not Genes: Study
Environmental and external factors such as smoking, drinking, sun exposure and air pollution may account for up to nine out of 10 cancers, a new study has...

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