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Multiple pregnancies make women’s cells age faster

Multiple pregnancies make women's cells age faster

Multiple pregnancies might make women’s cells age more quickly, according to a study that may explains why women with many children tend to show signs of accelerated ageing. The findings, published in the journal Scientific Reports, were reached by looking at two separate markers of cellular ageing – telomere length ...

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7 reasons why this variety of cheese is actually good for your health | fitness

7 reasons why this variety of cheese is actually good for your health | fitness

Over the years cheese has got some bad rep, thanks to it being labelled unhealthy. People think that cheese is fattening and only lean folks can binge on it. However, that’s not true. While there are several variants of cheese, one of the healthiest avatars called feta enriches your nourishment ...

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Playing football, boxing linked to Parkinson’s, dementia: Study

Playing football, boxing linked to Parkinson's, dementia: Study

Individuals who play contact sports such as football, ice hockey, and boxing, may be at increased risk for developing Lewy Body Disease, which can cause Parkinson’s disease, finds a study.   The study showed that repetitive head impacts from contact sports and other exposures are associated with motor symptoms including ...

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GM-processed foods being widely sold in India illegally: CSE

A study by a Delhi-based think tank alleged today that genetically-modified processed foods, including infant foods, were being widely sold in the country illegally. The study conducted by the non-for-profit Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) found that 32 per cent of the total of 65 randomly-selected samples — both ...

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71% Indians suffer from poor muscle health: Study

71% Indians suffer from poor muscle health: Study

Often ignored and misunderstood as an area of relevance only to a sportsperson or a gym goer, muscle health of seven out of 10 Indians is poor, said a new study on Wednesday. “As per the study, 71 per cent Indians suffer from poor muscle health and need to gain ...

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Here’s why I started tracking my periods and you should too. It helps lose weight fast | fitness

Here’s why I started tracking my periods and you should too. It helps lose weight fast | fitness

Until a couple of months ago, tracking my period never seemed like a good idea; mostly because I’d dread those four days and the horrible pain and cramps that accompanied them. Before this I’d never downloaded a period tracking app or ever bothered to mark the calendar. But something changed ...

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Review: Click by Jagmohan Bhanver and Komal Bhanver | books | reviews

Review: Click by Jagmohan Bhanver and Komal Bhanver | books | reviews

Good, better, best. Here goes. A good attribute of this book is the exceptionally astute title. It comprises a single eye-catching word embellished with exclamation mark, followed by eleven words that tell the world, clear as crystal, what the whole thing is about. A better trait is that its co-authors ...

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Tarun Tahiliani has found his muse in Aditi Rao Hydari, wants to team up again | fashion and trends

Tarun Tahiliani has found his muse in Aditi Rao Hydari, wants to team up again | fashion and trends

It’s a match made in a very fashionable heaven. Designer Tarun Tahiliani says he has found his muse, his ‘White Moghul’ in actor Aditi Rao Hydari and she cannot wait to team up with him again. Aditi, who walked the ramp for Tarun at the Hindustan Times and Sunil Sethi ...

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Antidepressants may up risk of deadly blood clots

Antidepressants may up risk of deadly blood clots

Depression and the use of antidepressants can increase the risk of life-threatening blood clots forming in vital veins, a first-of-its-kind study has found. Researchers from the University of Bristol in the UK conducted an analysis of published studies evaluating the associations of depression and antidepressant use with venous thromboembolism (VTE) ...

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HIV infects one teenaged girl every 3 minutes: UN

HIV infects one teenaged girl every 3 minutes: UN

Every three minutes, a girl between the ages of 15 and 19 is infected with the virus that causes AIDS, said a UN report today that warned of a “crisis” fuelled by gender inequality. Girls and young women made up two-thirds of 15- to 19-year-olds infected with HIV in 2017, ...

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