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Teenage self-harm linked to problems in later life

Teenage self-harm linked to problems in later life

22 Oct 2014

London: Those who self-harm as teenagers are more at risk of developing mental health and substance misuse problems as adults, according to the largest study of its kind in UK.

Teenage,   self-harm,   teenager,   mental health,   depression,   anxiety,   suicidal intent,  
Eating fruit and vegetables makes you happy

Eating fruit and vegetables makes you happy

22 Oct 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers said on Wednesday that eating large amounts of fruit and vegetables can make you happier.

fruit,   vegetables,   happy,   physical health,   mental health,  
Non-smokers face major <strong>health</strong> risks in smoking homes

Non-smokers face major health risks in smoking homes

22 Oct 2014

London: Living with smokers is as bad as living in homes in heavily polluted cities such as Beijing or London, researchers said. Moving to a smoke-free home could have major health benefits for non-smokers, they noted.

Non-smokers face,   health risks,   smoking homes,   smoking,   smoke,  
Bollywood wishes peace, <strong>health</strong>, prosperity to fans on Dhanteras

Bollywood wishes peace, health, prosperity to fans on Dhanteras

21 Oct 2014

Mumbai: On the auspicious occasion of Dhanteras, several Bollywood stars including Amitabh Bachchan, Sridevi and Arjun Rampal, wished their fans peace, health and prosperity.

Bollywood,   Dhanteras,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Sridevi,   Arjun Rampal,   Aftab Shivdasani,   Manish Paul,   Sophie Choudry,  
How to avoid weight gain this Diwali?

How to avoid weight gain this Diwali?

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Worried about weight gain during festive season? Here are some healthy tips to bail you out.

Festivals,   Weight,   Health,   Sweets,   Almonds,  
iPhone app to ensure eye <strong>health</strong>

iPhone app to ensure eye health

20 Oct 2014

Washington: Researchers have successfully used an iPhone app for imaging the inside of the eye of immobile and paediatric patients. The team used the iExaminer smartphone system and an iPhone to image 28 paediatric patients with a diverse range of retinal and optic nerve conditions.

iPhone,   iPhone app,   Eye care through mocile app,   iExaminer smartphone system ,  
Nigeria-like Ebola surveillance, tracking system put in place: Harsh Vardhan

Nigeria-like Ebola surveillance, tracking system put in place: Harsh Vardhan

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A surveillance and tracking system similar to that in Nigeria, which was declared Ebola-free by WHO, has been put in place in India, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said on Tuesday.

Ebola,   Ebola surveillance,   Ebola tracking system,   Ebola India,   Ebola Nigeria,   WHO,   Health Minister,   Harsh Vardhan,  
App for fitness freaks to stay motivated

App for fitness freaks to stay motivated

21 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Jog and earn a free cupcake! Now, a new software application launched here helps fitness freaks to stay motivated by earning rewards and discounts on a host of services to keep the momentum going.

App,   fitness,   WalkOn' app,   cupcake,   Mobile Health Solutions,   ,  
Young kids often given wrong medication, reveals study

Young kids often given wrong medication, reveals study

20 Oct 2014

New York: One child is affected every eight minutes when usually a well-meaning parent or caregiver commits an unintentional medication error, said a US-based study.

Kids,   medication,   Research,   Disease,   Health,   Ohio,  
<strong>Michael</strong> Clarke fails again as Australia lose warmup

Michael Clarke fails again as Australia lose warmup

18 Oct 2014

Sharjah: Skipper Michael Clarke failed again as Australia lost a four-day warmup game against Pakistan `A` by 153 runs in Sharjah on Saturday.

Michael Clarke,   Australia vs Pakistan A,  

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