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Take a note! Weight gain in teens linked to low hormone levels

Take a note! Weight gain in teens linked to low hormone levels

27 May 2016

New York: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have discovered that lower levels of a hormone may make teenagers vulnerable to gaining unhealthy weight.

weight gain,   eating disorders,   hormone level,   hormone level in teens,   teenage,   health ,   weight gain in teens,   health news,  
Hot tips to stay fit and healthy!

Hot tips to stay fit and healthy!

27 May 2016

New Delhi: Good sleep and regular exercise, choosing healthy food items and better cooking methods are the secrets of leading a healthy lifestyle, says an expert.

tips to stay fit,   proper diet,   healthy diet,   nutritious food,   regular exercise,   health,   health news,  
Beware! Barbecue can be dangerous to <strong>health</strong>

Beware! Barbecue can be dangerous to health

26 May 2016

New York: Love to gorge on barbecued chicken? Be careful as eating food cooked on grills cleaned with wire-bristle brushes can prove to be dangerous to health, warns new research.

Barbecue,   health benefits of Barbecue,   health,   health news,   Barbecue chicken,   food news,   lifestyle news,  
Center renames disability <strong>department</strong>; 'viklangjan' to be called as 'divyangjan'

Center renames disability department; 'viklangjan' to be called as 'divyangjan'

25 May 2016

New Delhi: Objecting to the use of term "divyang" to address people with disabilities, a disability rights group has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to withdraw the notification renaming 'viklangjan' as 'divyangjan' in Hindi nomenclature of Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities.

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Alert! People who boast about their drink at addiction risk

Alert! People who boast about their drink at addiction risk

27 May 2016

Toronto: Some people keep drinking because of the pleasure they derive when discussing about their drink - like how it tastes, smells and looks, says an Indian-origin researcher, adding that like animals, humans can also be conditioned to associate environmental cues with rewards that can lead to alcohol addiction.

beer,   addiction risk,   health,   heath news,   alcohol addiction,   lifestyle news,  
Beware! Artificial sweeteners may harm your <strong>health</strong>

Beware! Artificial sweeteners may harm your health

25 May 2016

Toronto: Are you turning to artificial sweeteners or other sugar substitutes to lose weight? Although these sweeteners may help obese individuals reduce and cut calories, they may also have negative health effects, a study warns.

artificial sweetener,   health news,   health,   sweets,   chocolates,   lifestyle news,  
Air pollution may raise risk of stillbirth: Study

Air pollution may raise risk of stillbirth: Study

26 May 2016

London: Pregnant women exposed to air pollution may be at a greater risk of stillbirth, a new study has claimed.

air pollution,   air pollution in India,   stillbirth in India,   pregnancy,   impact of air pollution,   health,   health news,  
Pay attention! Workaholism may lead to anxiety, depression

Pay attention! Workaholism may lead to anxiety, depression

26 May 2016

London: Workaholics, take note! You may be more prone to psychiatric symptoms such as depression and anxiety, researchers including one of Indian-origin have warned.

Workaholism,   research on Workaholism,   study on Workaholism,   depression,   anxiety,   lifestyle news,   health,   health news,  
Exercise may help cancer patients live longer

Exercise may help cancer patients live longer

25 May 2016

Toronto: Exercise may be as effective as drugs in treating patients with prostate cancer even in advanced stages of the disease, researchers claim.

exercise,   health,   health news,   benefits of exercise,   lifestyle news,   advantages of good health,  
Do you know? Genes linked to mood, stress can impact longevity

Do you know? Genes linked to mood, stress can impact longevity

25 May 2016

New York: The visible impact of depression and stress that can be seen on a person's face can also be found in alterations in genetic activity linked to longevity, a study says.

genes,   mood,   stress,   genetic activity,   lifestyle news,   health news,  

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