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Did you know? Single dose of new drug may boost memory

Did you know? Single dose of new drug may boost memory

28 Jun 2016

Washington: A single oral dose of a drug may boost your memory by increasing response in brain areas that control short-term memory and attention, a new study has claimed.

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Packaged food items have high salt content: Study

Packaged food items have high salt content: Study

28 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Packaged food items including 'papads', sauces and spreads, sold in India have high level of salts which causes high blood pressure, increase the risk of stroke and heart attacks, the leading causes of death and disability in the country, a study said today.

packaged food items,   salt content in food,   high blood pressure,   stroke,   heart attacks,   salt,   advantages of eating salt,   health,   health news,  
Minimum legal drinking age of 21 may protect from death risk

Minimum legal drinking age of 21 may protect from death risk

28 Jun 2016

Houston: Having a minimum legal drinking age of 21 may protect against later risk of death as compared to being exposed to alcohol at a younger age, a new US study has found.

alcohol,   alcoholism,   minimum legal age of drinking,   drinking habit in teenagers,   death risk,   health,   health news,  
Smartphones may improve emergency heart, stroke care: Study

Smartphones may improve emergency heart, stroke care: Study

27 Jun 2016

Washington: Digital platforms such as mobile devices, social media, visual media and crowd sourcing have the potential to improve emergency care for cardiac arrests, heart attacks and strokes, scientists say.

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Take note! Spend time with nature to shun depression

Take note! Spend time with nature to shun depression

27 Jun 2016

Sydney: A 30-minute walk in the woods each week can help reduce depression and high blood pressure while enhancing mental health, a study has found.

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Pay attention! Low birth weight ups Type 2 diabetes risk

Pay attention! Low birth weight ups Type 2 diabetes risk

27 Jun 2016

Los Angeles: People born with a low birth weight due to genetic factors may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study has found.

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Take note! Getting out of bad relationship good for <strong>health</strong>

Take note! Getting out of bad relationship good for health

26 Jun 2016

New York: While high-quality relationships are associated with better physical and mental health for young people, faster they get out of low-quality relationships, the better their health, says a new study.

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Employees use Facebook to kill mental fatigue too

Employees use Facebook to kill mental fatigue too

23 Jun 2016

New York: Bosses please take note. If you find an employee looking at Facebook, it may actually means a break for him or her from tiredness at work.

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Pay attention! Eating broccoli may lower heart disease, cancer risk

Pay attention! Eating broccoli may lower heart disease, cancer risk

24 Jun 2016

Washington: Eating broccoli three or four times a week may be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, asthma and several types of cancer, a new study has claimed.

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Vitamin A, high-fibre diet may keep food allergies at bay: Study

Vitamin A, high-fibre diet may keep food allergies at bay: Study

24 Jun 2016

Melbourne: Eating a diet rich in fibre such as bran and dried apricots and vitamin A may shape the immune system to reduce allergies to substances such as peanuts, a new study has claimed.

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