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Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` <strong>Michael</strong> Clarke

Stuart Broad wary of `dangerous` Michael Clarke

04 Aug 2015

Nottingham: England paceman Stuart Broad is proud of the way his side have restricted Australia captain Michael Clarke in the Ashes series so far but warned they cannot let the star batsman off the hook.

Stuart Broad,   Australia cricket captain,   Michael Clarke,   Ashes Test series,   Latest News,  
  Checkout essential food for lustrous skin

Checkout essential food for lustrous skin

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Dig into sprouts, kiwi, yogurt and other nutritious food items for a radiant skin, says an expert. Here are some of the beauty essentials suggested by a dermatologist:

food for glowing skin,   skin,   healthy skin,   food benefits,   Latest health news,  
 Spinach can curb food craving in men: Study

Spinach can curb food craving in men: Study

04 Aug 2015

New York: A compound found in spinach can slow down fat digestion, leading to reduced hunger and food craving especially in men, a study says. A concentrated extract of thylakoids encourage the release of satiety hormones, which is very beneficial in controlling hunger.

Spinach,   food craving,   men,   thylakoids,   fat digestion,   men food habits,   latest health news,  
  Higher levels of protein intake may lead to severe kidney disease

Higher levels of protein intake may lead to severe kidney disease

03 Aug 2015

New York: Higher levels of a key protein may put patients at greater risk of contracting severe kidney disease, says a new study. The researchers found that excess of this protein causes kidney cells to self-destruct.

protein,   excessive protein,   kidney disease,   kidney cells,   Latest health news,  
Hillary Clinton gets a clean bill of <strong>health</strong>

Hillary Clinton gets a clean bill of health

01 Aug 2015

Washington: As the US Presidential race hots up, Hillary Clinton's personal physician released a statement saying she is physically fit to serve as president with health issues resulting from a 2012 health scare resolved.

Hillary Clinton,   health,   US Presidential Elections,   Lisa Bardack,   tax returns,   Latest World News,  
 India to have online registry of hepatitis patients

India to have online registry of hepatitis patients

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: An online registry will be launched soon to register the rising number of hepatitis patients in India, a leading gastroenterologist said here yesterday. The registry will be part of the newly formed Indian National Association for Study of the Liver and Current Perspective in Liver Disease.

hepatitis patients,   online registry of hepatitis patients,   hepatitis,   Indian National Association,   Latest health news ,  
Five food you need to avoid!

Five food you need to avoid!

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: An average adult consuming 2000 calories a day needs to be aware of diet. Junk, processed and fried foods lack healthy ingredients and they may cause diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

Healthy food,   Low calorie drinks,   Unhygeinic food,   Balanced diet,   Health problems ,  
Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

31 Jul 2015

London: The sugar in your cup of coffee not only gives a sweet taste but also helps reduce the bitterness of tea and coffee, new research reveals. Scientists from the University of York have provided new insights into the way in which caffeine, sugar and water interact at the molecular level to affect the taste of hot beverages.

coffee,   sugar,   University of York,   caffeine,   scientists,   hot beverages,   health,   fitness,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Clarke opts for new-style helmet after Rogers injury

Clarke opts for new-style helmet after Rogers injury

29 Jul 2015

Birmingham: The injury suffered by team-mate Chris Rogers has finally convinced Australia captain Michael Clarke to wear one of the new-look helmets developed following the death of Phillip Hughes, he said today.

Chris Rogers,   Australia vs England,   Michael Clarke,   Phillip Hughes,   Latest News,  
  Attention! A cup of coffee may harm your brain

Attention! A cup of coffee may harm your brain

30 Jul 2015

London:  While drinking your daily cup of coffee can help you stay sharp, modifying your habit by increasing coffee consumption over time may increase risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI), early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and dementia, says new research.

coffee,   coffee side effects,   Alzheimer disease,   coffee harms brain,   Latest health news ,  

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