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Moderate physical activities may lower the death risk: study

Moderate physical activity may extend your life. (Source: Getty/ Thinkstock Images) Even moderate physical activities, such as walking or gardening, may lower the risk of death from cardiovascular disease, cancer or any cause, a study has found. Higher amounts of activity or more vigorous activities, such as running, cycling and ...

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Smoking during pregnancy may affect both infant and mothers’ health: Study

Maternal smoking may affect both infant and mothers’ health. (Source: GettyImages) Smoking during pregnancy is known to pose risks to both baby and mother, but a new research offers a detailed evidence about the association between maternal smoking and childhood hospitalisation, as well as birth conditions which can lead to ...

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Social anxiety in children connected to complications during birth: Study | health

Social anxiety in children connected to complications during birth: Study | health

A recent study has found a link between children who suffer from social anxiety and babies who had a complicated birth. The researchers found that the babies who had complicated birth had a higher risk of developing social anxiety later on in life. This study was published in the journal ...

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People with positive attitude likely to eat healthy: Study | health

According to a new study, people with a positive attitude are more likely to eat healthily. The research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) examined the motivational role of a theory called regulatory focus on consumers’ involvement in nutrition, that is, the time and effort they put in ...

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Nuts may help prevent dementia reveals a study

Related News Nuts may help prevent dementia, new study reveals (Source: File Photo) Eating more than 10 grams of nuts a day may improve thinking, reasoning and memory, and keep age-related mental disorders at bay, a study has found. The study by researchers from the University of South Australia was ...

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India’s TB report card needs several improvements: Study

In 2017, India accounted for 27.3 per cent of the global burden of TB. (Source: File Photo) Air pollution levels and drug susceptibility testing are among several areas that India needs to make improvements in in its fight against tuberculosis (TB), according to a Lancet Commission report released on Thursday. ...

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Study finds key details about ‘punch drunk syndrome’ and Alzheimer’s | health

Scientists studying damaged brains of boxers and other sports people have found key details about a head injury-linked disease called “punch drunk syndrome” that could help the development of new diagnostics and treatments for Alzheimer’s. The syndrome, also known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), is linked to repeated blows to ...

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Painkillers during pregnancy does not up asthma risk in kids: Study

The European research reassure women to take painkillers during pregnancy when they are prescribed by a doctor. (Source: GettyImages) Taking paracetamol or other painkillers during pregnancy does not increase the risk of asthma in children, according to a study of almost 500,000 women. The research, which uses prescription data on ...

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Strength training reduces additional health risks associated with obesity: Study | health

Strength training reduces additional health risks associated with obesity: Study | health

According to a recent study, strength training can help in reducing the health risks associated with obesity. According to the findings, which were published in the Journal of Endocrinology, Strength training for a short period of time reduces fat stores in the liver and improves blood glucose control in obese ...

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‘Inactive’ ingredients in most pills may cause allergic reactions: Study

Study: Inactive ingredients in medicines may cause allergy. (Source: file Image) A vast majority of the most frequently prescribed medications contain at least one ingredient capable of causing an adverse allergic reaction, a US study has found. Known as inactive ingredients, these components are added to improve the taste, shelf-life, ...

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