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Low carbohydrate diet can cause digestive problems: Experts

Low carbohydrate diet can cause digestive problems: Experts

24 Jan 2015

Los Angeles: Low carb diets may be used as a weight loss tool by some people, but dieticians and nutritionists warn that the tactic may be contributing to a reduction in fibre intake and thus, helping in setting up health problems instead.

Low carbohydrate diet,   digestive problems,   dieticians,   nutritionists,   fibre,   health problems,  
 6 <strong>Health</strong> perks of Ginger

6 Health perks of Ginger

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Ginger is definately a must for any kitchen.  It is indigenous to southern China, and was spread eventually to the Spice Islands and other parts of Asia. Currently, India is the largest producer of Ginger. It can be used fresh, dried and powdered, or as a juice or oil. In India, it  is widely used in every meal whether a starter or a dessert as an active ingredient.

Ginger health benefits,   health perks of ginger,   ginger uses,  
Journeyman Putnam goes low to set Humana pace

Journeyman Putnam goes low to set Humana pace

23 Jan 2015

The "light switch" clicked for journeyman Michael Putnam as he piled up nine birdies in his last 12 holes to seize a one-shot lead in Thursday's opening round of the USD 5.7 million Humana Challenge at La Quinta in California.

Michael Putnam,   Humana Challenge,   La Quinta in California,   golf tournament,  
Dravid surprised at Clarke's inclusion in Australian World Cup squad

Dravid surprised at Clarke's inclusion in Australian World Cup squad

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Former India captain Rahul Dravid has expressed surprise at the inclusion of Michael Clarke in the Australian squad for the upcoming World Cup despite injury concerns, terming the decision of the selectors as "un-Australian".

Rahul Dravid,   Michael Clarke,   Australian world cup squad,   2015 World Cup,  
Election Commission bars AAP candidate, two others from contesting elections

Election Commission bars AAP candidate, two others from contesting elections

23 Jan 2015

Aizawl: The Election Commission has barred Michael Lalmanzuala, who contested to the lone Mizoram Lok Sabha seat as an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate, from contesting any elections for three years.

Election Commission,   aap candidate,   Delhi Assembly election,   Michael Lalmanzuala,   Aam Aadmi Party,   ,  
Day napping in middle age boosts memory

Day napping in middle age boosts memory

23 Jan 2015

Sound sleep in young and middle-aged people helps memory and learning."As people grow older, they wake up more at night and have less deep sleep and dream sleep - both of which are important for overall brain functioning," said Michael K Scullin, director of Baylor University's sleep neuroscience and cognition laboratory.

Day napping,   middle age,   boosts memory,  mental health,   Baylor University,  
Sanitation most relevant for India's <strong>health</strong> parameters: Bill Gates

Sanitation most relevant for India's health parameters: Bill Gates

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Sanitation is the most relevant aspect of improving India's reproductive, maternal and newborn health, according to Bill and Melinda Gates.

India sanitation,   India reproductive,   Newborn health,   Bill Gates,   Melinda Gates,  
Dattatreya seeks funds, lab from Centre to deal with swine flu

Dattatreya seeks funds, lab from Centre to deal with swine flu

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has requested the Health Ministry for special funds to improve infrastructure in government hospitals and setting up of a laboratory for dealing with swine flu outbreak in his home state Telangana.

Union Labour Minister,   Bandaru Dattatreya,   Health Ministry,   Swine Flu,   Centre,   Telangana,  
Social isolation can lead to <strong>health</strong> problems: Study

Social isolation can lead to health problems: Study

21 Jan 2015

Montreal: A strong social network is crucial for mental as well as physical well being, finds a study, suggesting that isolation can lead to health problems especially for those who move places for better career opportunities.

Social isolation,   health problems,   social network,   Isolated humans,   Concordia University ,  
Wearable sensor can accurately monitor patient's <strong>health</strong>

Wearable sensor can accurately monitor patient's health

21 Jan 2015

Washington: Researchers from North Carolina (NC) State University have developed a new wearable sensor that uses silver nanowires to monitor electrophysiological signals such as electrocardiography (EKG) or electromyography (EMG).

Wearable sensor,   patient health,   silver nanowires,   electrocardiography,   Researchers from North Carolina State University,   ,  

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