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Mouth bacteria can tell the status of liver disease: Study

Mouth bacteria can tell the status of liver disease: Study

18 Apr 2015

New York: Analysing the ratio of good-bad bacteria in saliva, not just in the gut as earlier thought, could help doctors predict which liver cirrhosis patients would suffer inflammations and require hospitalisation, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

Mouth bacteria,   liver disease,   bacteria,   saliva,   patients,   liver,   latest news ,  
Tooth cavities increase <strong>heart</strong> disease risk

Tooth cavities increase heart disease risk

17 Apr 2015

New York: Taking better care of your teeth can also help you lower the risk of heart diseases, suggests a new study.The researchers have found that common oral infections which are caused by the bacteria in our mouth are linked to cardiovascular diseases.

tooth cavities,   heart disease,   oral infections,   cardiovascular diseases,   Latest health news,  
<strong>Patients</strong> to be issued I-card for availing rail concession

Patients to be issued I-card for availing rail concession

14 Apr 2015

New Delhi: With cases of misuse of concession tickets coming to the fore, Railways have decided to undertake a slew of measures including issuing an I-card to patients eligible for benefit to curb revenue leakage.

Indian Railway,   railways,   rail concession,   revenue leakage,   Latest news,   latest news on Indian Railways,   Latest news on railways,   ,  
Divorced women more prone to <strong>heart</strong> attacks

Divorced women more prone to heart attacks

15 Apr 2015

New York:  Even after remarrying, a woman who has been through divorce is nearly twice as likely to have a heart attack when compared to her next door neighbour, who is into a stable relationship, says a research.

divorced women,   heart attacks,   relationship,   stress,   Latest news,   ,  
 Can aspirin save from cancer?

Can aspirin save from cancer?

17 Apr 2015

New York:  Elderly people are increasingly turning to aspirin to protect themselves from heart ailments and cancer, reveals a new survey.The national-level survey suggests that more than half of the older adults in the US are now taking a daily dose of aspirin, even though its use is not recommended by the Food and Drug Administration for most people who have not yet had a heart attack or stroke.

aspirin,   cancer,   cancer cure,   aspirin dose,   heart diseases,   latest health news,  
Two farmers commit suicide; three die of <strong>heart</strong> failure in Uttar Pradesh

Two farmers commit suicide; three die of heart failure in Uttar Pradesh

15 Apr 2015

Lucknow: Two farmers have allegedly committed suicide while three died of cardiac arrest in parts of Uttar Pradesh, all apparently distressed over damage to their crops due to unseasonal rains in the state.

Uttar Pradesh,   Rain Hit Farmers,   Crops Damage,   Farmers Commit Suicide,   Unseasonal Rains,   Latest State News ,  
Walnuts: The ultimate brain food

Walnuts: The ultimate brain food

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Walnuts belong to the tree nut family. Walnuts, the most-studied of all the tree nuts, provide no shortage of those health-boosting powers. Loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, these tasty tree nuts can protect your heart and even help prevent cancer and diabetes. One-quarter cup of walnuts, for instance, provides more than 100 percent of the daily recommended value of plant-based omega-3 fats, along with high amounts of copper, manganese, molybdenum, and biotin.

natural health,   walnuts,   heart health,   cancer,   diabetes,   antioxidants,   omega 3,   omega 3 fatty acids,   potassium,   calcium,   magnesium,   vitamin E,   Latest health news,  
 Be grateful to people for healthier <strong>heart</strong>

Be grateful to people for healthier heart

10 Apr 2015

Washington:  Showing gratitude towards people, appreciating their good work and having a thankful outlook towards life can result in an improved mental and physical health in patients with asymptomatic heart failure, a new research shows.

physical health,   heart failure,   cardiac health,   psychological tests,   Latest news ,  
 Have green tea and apple daily for good health

Have green tea and apple daily for good health

14 Apr 2015

London: A compound found in green tea and apples can help reduce the risk of heart attacks and cancer, says a new research.

green tea,   apple,   good health,   health and fitness,   heart attacks,   Latest health news,   ,  
Art with a <strong>heart</strong>

Art with a heart

02 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Mumbai has always been called the city of opportunity, where talent is given its due. Starting today, the city will host a live painting performance cum exhibition organised by the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) Association.

Foot Painting Artists,   MFPA,   orthopedically handicapped,  

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