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Alert! Air pollution may cause kidney disease

Alert! Air pollution may cause kidney disease

01 Jul 2016

Beijing: Long-term exposure to air pollution, which has risen to alarming levels in the past years, is likely to cause damages to the kidneys, irrespective of age, warns a study.

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Pre-hypertension in pregnancy may up diabetes, stroke risk

Pre-hypertension in pregnancy may up diabetes, stroke risk

01 Jul 2016

New York: Women who suffer from elevated blood pressure during pregnancy are at an increased risk of developing heart diseases and other health problems such as diabetes and stroke in later life, says new  research.

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Birthday boy Phelps books ticket for Rio in 200m butterfly event

Birthday boy Phelps books ticket for Rio in 200m butterfly event

30 Jun 2016

Omaha: Michael Phelps is headed to a fifth Olympics in the event that launched his epic Games career: The 200m butterfly.

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Little butter a day may not harm your heart

Little butter a day may not harm your heart

30 Jun 2016

New York: Consuming butter in limited quantities may not increase the risk of heart disease or stroke - and it might actually be slightly protective against diabetes, finds a new study.

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Pay attention! Canned food may expose you to hormone-disrupting chemical

Pay attention! Canned food may expose you to hormone-disrupting chemical

30 Jun 2016

Los Angeles: Consuming canned food may expose people to a chemical which is linked to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other health effects, a new study has claimed.

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Alert! Excess, insufficient sleep may raise diabetes risk in men

Alert! Excess, insufficient sleep may raise diabetes risk in men

30 Jun 2016

London: Sleeping more or less than the average seven hours may increase the risk of developing diabetes in men, a new study warns.

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Take note! Physical activities can boost children's <strong>health</strong>, intellect

Take note! Physical activities can boost children's health, intellect

29 Jun 2016

London: Children who regularly participate in physical activities are likely to have improved brain function, intellect and academic performance, says a research.

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Eating salmon, walnuts may lower fatal heart disease risk

Eating salmon, walnuts may lower fatal heart disease risk

29 Jun 2016

New York: Consuming higher levels of fatty fish such as salmon and trout and walnuts and flaxseed oil may increase the levels of omega-3 fatty acids and lower the risk of dying from heart attacks, finds a new study.

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Five athletes who made a comeback after announcing retirement

Five athletes who made a comeback after announcing retirement

29 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Lionel Messi announced retirement from international football on Monday and overshadowed every sporting activity that has been happening across the globe. Until of course the English soccer team, taking Brexit a little too seriously, bid adieu to Euro Cup after losing 2-1 to minnows Iceland. While Brexit might have its own political significance, it is 'Mexit' that people seem to care about more.

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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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