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Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early <strong>death</strong>

Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early death

19 Nov 2014

London: Vitamin D deficiency is not just bad for your bone health, it can also result in various other diseases leading to an early death, research shows. The study based on examination of genes has established for the first time a causal relationship between low Vitamin D levels and increased mortality, the researchers claimed.

Vitamin D deficiency,   low Vitamin D,   early death,   bone health,   bone capacity,   low vitamin D effects,   sun rays,   sunshine,   sunburns ,  
Drugs to abet cancer cells <strong>suicide</strong> found

Drugs to abet cancer cells suicide found

01 Nov 2014

London: British scientists have found a drug combination that can trigger the self-destruct process in lung cancer cells paving the way for new treatments.

cancer cells,   drug combination,   lung cancer,   immortal,   lung cancer cells,   cancer types,  
Have a sense of purpose for longer life

Have a sense of purpose for longer life

08 Nov 2014

London: We know that happiness is associated with a lower risk of death. New research shows that the meaningfulness and sense of purpose that older people have in their lives are also related to survival.

longer life,   lower risk of death,   physical health,   UCL institute,   health care,   death,  
Seeking perfection in everything may trigger <strong>suicide</strong>: Study

Seeking perfection in everything may trigger suicide: Study

26 Sep 2014

New York: If you look for perfection in everything you do but sometimes fail to achieve that, do not lose heart too often else it may trigger suicide risk.

risk for suicide,   risk factor in suicide,   perfectionists,   perfectionism,   suicide plans,  
High milk intake tied to increased mortality risk

High milk intake tied to increased mortality risk

29 Oct 2014

London: Drinking more than one and a half pints of milk a day could increase the risk of early death, a new study has warned. Researchers led by Professor Karl Michaelsson of Uppsala University in Sweden found that the high levels of lactose and galactose sugar in milk means that the drink in large quantities could have a negative effect.

milk,   early death,   high milk intake,   health,   lifestyle,   mortality risk,  
App to help curb youth <strong>suicide</strong>

App to help curb youth suicide

08 Sep 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers are developing a smartphone app to stop the escalating rate of indigenous youth suicide.

Apple iPhone,   Android smartphone app,   Google's android market,   suicide,   youth suicide,   ,  
Women tend to ignore heart symptoms more

Women tend to ignore heart symptoms more

28 Oct 2014

Toronto: Partly due to a perception that coronary artery disease is a 'man's disease', women are more likely to delay seeking care when heart symptoms strike, a research has found.

Women,   heart symptoms,   coronary artery disease,   heart,   medical care,   heart's arteries,   cardiac death,  
Living near major roads may up risk of sudden cardiac <strong>death</strong>

Living near major roads may up risk of sudden cardiac death

14 Oct 2014

Washington: Living close to a major road may increase women's risk of sudden cardiac death, a new research has warned. Environmental exposure may increase heart disease risk as much as smoking, poor diet or obesity, the study suggests.

Living near roads risk,   risk of cardiac death,   cardiac death,   heart disease,   smoking,   poor diet,   obesity,  
Decreased ability to smell can predict <strong>death</strong>

Decreased ability to smell can predict death

02 Oct 2014

Washington: The inability to identify scents is a strong predictor of death within five years in older adults, a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found.

ability to smell,   death,   smelling test,   smell loss,   sense of smell,  
How some ancient stars met with an unusual <strong>death</strong>

How some ancient stars met with an unusual death

30 Sep 2014

New York: In a first, researchers have discovered that certain primordial stars those between 55,000 and 56,000 times the mass of our Sun may have died unusually by exploding completely and leaving no remnant black hole behind.

ancient stars,   primordial stars,   Sun,   black hole,   Universe,   stars,   ,  

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