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 Men who live alone run greater risk of premature <strong>death</strong>: Study

Men who live alone run greater risk of premature death: Study

21 Jan 2015

London: Men who live alone have a considerably greater long-term risk of dying prematurely than other patients, finds a study that followed 1,090 stroke cases in western Sweden.

premature death,   Men,   live alone,   University of Gothenburg,   mortality,   western Sweden,  
Parental <strong>suicide</strong> attempt ups <strong>suicide</strong> risk in kids: Study

Parental suicide attempt ups suicide risk in kids: Study

31 Dec 2014

New York: A child is five times more likely to attempt suicide if he/she has a parent who has attempted suicide in the past, research has found.The researchers found a direct effect of a parent's suicide attempt on a child, even after they took into account a history of previous suicide attempt by the offspring and a familial transmission of mood disorder.

suicide,   kids,  behaviour,   Parents,  
20-minute daily walk cuts early <strong>death</strong> risk

20-minute daily walk cuts early death risk

15 Jan 2015

London: A brisk 20-minute walk each day is enough to reduce an individual's risk of early death, say British researchers. After analysing over 334,000 European men and women, they also found that twice as many deaths may be attributable to lack of physical activity compared with the number of deaths attributable to obesity.

daily walk,   morning walk,   death risk,   exercise,   EPIC,  
BruceLee 'junior' takes internet by storm

BruceLee 'junior' takes internet by storm

16 Jan 2015

New Delhi: If social media is to be believed, we have apparently found Bruce Lee's reincarnated form and it is this adorable four-year-old from China. The video BruceLee 'junior' has gone viral not just on the web but also on Taiwanese TV channels.

BruceLee junior,   BruceLee,   Kung Fu legend,   social media,   nunchucks,   Fists of Fury,   Game of Death,  
 Cultural activities mark Safdar Hashmi's <strong>death</strong> anniversary

Cultural activities mark Safdar Hashmi's death anniversary

02 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A string of cultural activities including screening of a documentary and street plays marked the 26th annual Safdar Hashmi Memorial day on Thursday. The noted playwright, poet and street theatre artist Hashmi was fatally attacked on January 1, 1989 on the outskirts of Delhi while he was performing a street play with his theatre group 'Jana Natya Manch'.

Cultural activities mark Safdar Hashmi's death anniversary,  
Cocaine users more at <strong>suicide</strong> risk: Research

Cocaine users more at suicide risk: Research

17 Dec 2014

Montreal: People injecting drugs like cocaine are at a double-fold risk of developing suicidal behaviour, say researchers. By studying the substance's use among over 1,200 people who inject drugs, researchers from the University of Montreal, Canada, and its Hospital Research Centre (CHUM) found a definite link between substance abuse and suicide.

Cocaine,   Research,   Suicide risk,   CHUM,   Drugs,  Substance,  
Women who drink face greater <strong>suicide</strong> risk: Study

Women who drink face greater suicide risk: Study

23 Dec 2014

New York: Alcohol use increases suicide risk among women, especially those who have symptoms of insomnia such as sleep disturbance and daytime tiredness, shows research."These results are important as they help demonstrate that alcohol use is associated with an increase in suicide risk, and that this increase may be partially due to insomnia symptoms," said principal investigator Michael Nadorff, assistant professor at Mississippi State University.

Women,   Drink alcohol,   suicide risk,   Study,   Insomnia,   US,  
Fear of terrorism increases resting heart rate and <strong>death</strong> risk: Study

Fear of terrorism increases resting heart rate and death risk: Study

24 Dec 2014

Jerusalem: Long-term exposure to the threat of terrorism can elevate people's resting heart rates and increase their risk of dying, according to a new study of over 17,000 people in Israel.

threat of terrorism,   heart rate,   death risk,   blood,   health,   physical fitness,   immune system,  
Cocaine use puts young people at sudden <strong>death</strong> risk

Cocaine use puts young people at sudden death risk

13 Dec 2014

London: Cocaine consumption quadruples the risk of sudden death in people aged between 19 and 49, a study has found.

Cocaine consumption,   Cocaine effects,   Cocaine risks,   Cocaine use increase sudden death risk,   young people cocaine use,  
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,  

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