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  • Cocktail of flu, HIV drugs appears to help fight coronavirus: Thai doctors
    Cocktail of flu, HIV drugs appears to help fight coronavirus: Thai doctors
    A woman wears a mask to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus as she waits for a train at Bangkok, Thailand on February 2. (REUTERS Photo)   BANGKOK, February 2 (Reuters): Thai doctors have seen success in treating severe cases of the new…
  • Fast-tempo music makes exercise easier, more beneficial
    Fast-tempo music makes exercise easier, more beneficial
    London, February 2 (IANS) The next time you hit the gym, do not forget to put on the music as researchers have confirmed that high-tempo songs may enhance the benefits of exercise, besides making physical activities a lot more easier. Listening to…
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    Spirituality may improve quality of life in HIV patients
    New York, February 1 (IANS) Adults living with HIV were more likely to feel higher levels of emotional and physical well-being if they attended religious services regularly, prayed daily and self-identified as religious or spiritual, according to a…
  • Vegetarian diet linked to lower risk of urinary tract infections
    Vegetarian diet linked to lower risk of urinary tract infections
    Taipei, January 31 (IANS) Researchers have revealed that a vegetarian diet may be associated with a lower risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs). UTIs are usually caused by the gut bacteria, such as E. coli, which enter the urinary tract through…
  • US and others tighten curbs on travel to China
    US and others tighten curbs on travel to China
    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, who heads a leading group on the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus outbreak, visits the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Beijing, China on January 30, 2020. (REUTERS Photo)   SHANGHAI/…
  • Exercise intensity influences brain function differently
    Exercise intensity influences brain function differently
    Berlin, January 31 (IANS) Researchers have found that low-intensity exercise triggers brain networks involved in cognition control and attention processing, while high-intensity exercise primarily activates networks involved in emotion processing.…
  • Daily smoking, drinking linked to advanced brain age
    Daily smoking, drinking linked to advanced brain age
    New York, January 31 (IANS) Researchers have found that daily drinking and smoking may be linked to modest increases in relative brain age compared to those who drink and smoke less. The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, showed…
  • The goodness of rosewater
    The goodness of rosewater
    New Delhi, January 31 (IANSlife) Harsh winds in the winter can steal all the moisture from your face and can trigger the appearance of fine lines. Rosewater is a standalone potent product that can eliminate skin problems. It can be used to make…
  • China virus cases surpass SARS as big economic hit looms
    China virus cases surpass SARS as big economic hit looms
    Medical workers take the temperature of passengers after they got off the train in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province, China, as the country is hit by an outbreak of a new coronavirus on January 29, 2020. (REUTERS Photo)\   BEIJING, January 30 (Reuters): …
  • Low-calorie sweeteners bad for pregnant women: Study
    Low-calorie sweeteners bad for pregnant women: Study
    Toronto, January 30 (IANS) Researchers have found that the consumption of low-calorie sweeteners during pregnancy increased body fat in their offspring and disrupted their gut microbiota. Gut microbiota contains trillions of bacteria and other…
  • Shortness of breath, cough may be early signs of lung cancer
    Shortness of breath, cough may be early signs of lung cancer
    London, January 29 (IANS) Researchers have revealed that there are two symptoms which could act as potential predictors of the lung cancer. The study, published in the British Journal of General Practice, found that shortness of breath and a cough…
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    Walnuts can help you stay sharper at old age
    New York, January 29 (IANS) Eating walnuts may help slow cognitive decline in at-risk groups of the elderly population, a new study suggests. The research, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that walnut consumption by…
  • What Ayurveda suggests for getting slimmer
    What Ayurveda suggests for getting slimmer
    New Delhi, January 28 (IANSlife) Looking to lose weight? Dont miss the traditional practices which can help us lose weight naturally and without any side effects. Ayurveda recommends a few spices and herbs that may aid in cutting fat and making you…
  • China's Xi tells WHO he's confident of slaying "devil" virus
    China's Xi tells WHO he's confident of slaying "devil" virus
    Workers in protective suits monitor a screen showing the thermal scan to check temperatures of passengers arriving at the Nanjing Railway Station, following the outbreak of a new coronavirus, during Chinese Lunar New Year holiday in Nanjing, China…
  • Eating an egg a day not bad for your heart
    Eating an egg a day not bad for your heart
    Toronto, January 28 (IANS) The controversy about whether eggs are good or bad for heart health may be solved, as researchers have found that eating an egg a day is not linked to the risk of heart diseases. The study from McMaster University and…
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