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  • 8 ways to stick to your fitness resolution
    8 ways to stick to your fitness resolution
    New Delhi, January 19 (IANSlife) With a brand new year most of us contemplate on our flawed decisions and make resolutions to do better in the coming year. One of the most important resolutions that is made by many is to live a healthy lifestyle and…
  • Researchers explain why cancer risk is higher in males
    Researchers explain why cancer risk is higher in males
    London, January 19 (IANS) DNA differences between men and women may explain why cancer risk is higher in males, according to a new study. In findings published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, researchers have reported that loss of…
  • Green tea can boost metabolism, say experts
    Green tea can boost metabolism, say experts
    New Delhi, January 18 (IANSlife) Green tea is popular among fitness enthusiasts and those trying to shed some kilos. Whether you are trying to boost your overall health, or just your metabolism, a couple cups of green tea can help massively, say…
  • 5 health tests every woman should have in 2020
    5 health tests every woman should have in 2020
    New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANSlife) Indian women often tend to put their own needs on the backburner, preferring to tend to home and family first. However, the fast-changing lifestyle and juggling career with bringing up children sooner or later begins to…
  • Low fat diet may cut pancreatic cancer risk
    Low fat diet may cut pancreatic cancer risk
    New Delhi, January 18 (IANSlife) The sound of the word ''Cancer is enough to scare anyone because there is no definite cure for it. Pancreatic cancer is one of those cancers in which the overall survival is very bleak as cases are often less…
  • Eat walnuts daily for better gut, heart health
    Eat walnuts daily for better gut, heart health
    New York, January 18 (IANS) Walnuts may not just be a tasty snack, they may also promote good-for-your-gut bacteria, say researchers, adding that these 'good' bacteria could lead to better heart health. The study, published in the Journal of…
  • Air pollution, stress linked to thought problems in kids
    Air pollution, stress linked to thought problems in kids
    New York, January 18 (IANS) Parents, please take note. Researchers have revealed that kids with elevated exposure to early life stress in the home and increased prenatal exposure to air pollution exhibited heightened symptoms of attention and…
  • Miracle Morning
    Miracle Morning
    New Delhi, January 17 (IANSlife) Have you ever experienced the difference a few simple of morning rituals can make? Or are you skeptical about the phenomenal implementation of these rituals? These are known as the power of positive affirmations,…
  • Follow these four A's to kick the butt
    Follow these four A's to kick the butt
    New Delhi, January 17 (IANSlife) Addiction to nicotine or tobacco is one of the most common addictions world wide, and also the leading cause of oral and lung cancers besides other diseases. Dr Soumiya Mudgal, Consultant Psychiatry, Max hospital,…
  • Next-gen radiation therapy for cancer patients now in India
    Next-gen radiation therapy for cancer patients now in India
    New Delhi, January 17 (IANS) Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in New Delhi on Friday launched the most advanced version of TomoTherapy Radixact X9-- the smartest radiation therapy to treat the most complicated cancer tumours. Tomotherapy comes as a…
  • Eat walnuts daily for better gut, heart health
    Eat walnuts daily for better gut, heart health
    Walnuts. (IANS File Photo)     NEW YORK, JANUARY 17 (IANS): Walnuts may not just be a tasty snack, they may also promote good-for-your-gut bacteria, say researchers, adding that these 'good' bacteria could lead to better heart health.   The…
  • Air pollution, stress linked to thought problems in kids
    Air pollution, stress linked to thought problems in kids
    People wear masks to protect themselves from air pollution as smog engulfs New Delhi on November 3, 2019. (IANS File Photo)     NEW YORK, JANUARY 17 (IANS): Parents, please take note. Researchers have revealed that kids with elevated exposure to…
  • Soybean oil diet may trigger genetic changes in brain
    Soybean oil diet may trigger genetic changes in brain
    New York, January 17 (IANS) Widely consumed soybean oil not only leads to obesity and diabetes but may also affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer's disease, anxiety and depression, report researchers from University of California…
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    Stroke patients more likely to suffer heart attack: Study
    Toronto, January 17 (IANS) Both women and men are significantly more likely to have a heart attack or another major cardiovascular event within thirty days of having a stroke, according to a new study. The research, published in the journal Stroke…
  • Smoking hookah may increase heart attack, stroke risk
    Smoking hookah may increase heart attack, stroke risk
    New York, January 17 (IANS) Researchers have found that tobacco smoke from a hookah caused blood to function abnormally and be more likely to clot and quickly form blood clots, which can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. The study,…
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