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5 prominent benefits of the herb “Turmeric”

5 prominent benefits of the herb “Turmeric”

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Many common kitchen spices provide impressive health benefits and 'Turmeric' is one of them. Commonly referred to as “Queen of Spices”, Turmeric has the characteristics of sharp taste and  pepper-like aroma. Turmeric contains variegated qualities like it can be used as an antifungal, anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and antiviral herb. Researchers have found that it contains many healthy nutrients and proteins like Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K,  potassium, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, niacin and zinc.

Turmeric,   benefits of the herb,   Prevents Cancer,   Controls Diabetes,   Reduces Cholesterol Level,   Boosts Immunity,   Heals wounds,  
10 new antibodies found against <strong>cancer</strong>

10 new antibodies found against cancer

22 Jan 2015

London: Researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark are reported to have developed 10 new antibodies that can be used in the battle against cancer.

new drugs for cancer,   antibodies,   cancer,   tumour,   Aarhus University in Denmark,  
Drinking coffee may reduce skin <strong>cancer</strong> risk

Drinking coffee may reduce skin cancer risk

21 Jan 2015

New York: Scientists have found that drinking four cups of coffee a day has a protective effect against skin cancer. Although the results are preliminary, lifestyle modifications with even modest protective effects may have a meaningful impact on melanoma morbidity, the researchers said.

Drinking coffee,   skin cancer,   benefits of drinking coffee,   daily coffee intake,   National Cancer Institute,  
India facing threat of non-communicable diseases: WHO

India facing threat of non-communicable diseases: WHO

20 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The probability of an Indian between the ages of 30-70 years dying from the four main non-communicable diseases diabetes, cancer, stroke and respiratory diseases was 26 percent at present, the World Health Organization said on Monday.

non-communicable diseases,   WHO,   World Health Organization,   cancer,  
New app lets you conduct research on <strong>cancer</strong>, Alzheimer

New app lets you conduct research on cancer, Alzheimer

19 Jan 2015

Washington: A new mobile app developed by an Indian-origin scientist allows your smartphone to help conduct research on breast cancer and Alzheimer's while the device is at rest and charging.

app for cancer research,   Folding@home mobile app,   app for Alzheimer,   new mobile app,   breast cancer,   Vijay Pande,  
<strong>Surgery</strong> works better than chemo session for <strong>tongue</strong> <strong>cancer</strong>

Surgery works better than chemo session for tongue cancer

27 Dec 2013

New York:  Surgery works better for those suffering from tongue or oral cavity cancer as compared to chemotherapy sessions. New York:  Surgery, and not chemotherapy sessions, works better for those suffering from tongue or oral cavity cancer.

tongue cancer,  oral cancer,   surgery for tongue cancer,   chemo session for tongue cancer,   chemo session for oral cancer,  
Former Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil undergoing treatment for <strong>cancer</strong>

Former Maharashtra Home Minister R R Patil undergoing treatment for cancer

19 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Former Maharashtra Home Minister and senior NCP leader R R Patil is undergoing treatment for cancer at Lilavati Hospital and is responding well to chemotherapy, hospital authorities said on Monday.

R R Patil,   Former Maharashtra Home Minister,   NCP leader,   Lilavati Hospital,  
Living in the hills lowers lung <strong>cancer</strong> risk

Living in the hills lowers lung cancer risk

14 Jan 2015

New York: People who live at higher altitudes are less likely to suffer from lung cancer than those who live in the plains, finds a promising research.

mountain hills,   lung cancer,   cancer,   oxygen,  
'Jazbaa' shoot postponed due to Irrfan's <strong>surgery</strong>

'Jazbaa' shoot postponed due to Irrfan's surgery

12 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Irrfan Khan, who has been suffering from a chronic backache for a long time now, recently underwent a minor surgery. The actor has now been advised complete bed rest for a couple of days. The shoot of the actor's upcoming film 'Jazbaa' has also been postponed and will commence when he is fit.

Irrfan Khan,   Irrfan Khan's surgery,   Irrfan's surgery,   Irrfan unwell,   Jazbaa,   Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,   Shabana Azmi,   Anupam Kher,   Sanjay Gupta ,  
Biopsies do not promote <strong>cancer</strong> spread: Study

Biopsies do not promote cancer spread: Study

10 Jan 2015

New York: Dispelling the myth that biopsies cause cancer to spread, US researchers have shown that patients who undergo the procedure are likely to live longer than those who do not.

Biopsies,   cancer,   cancer cells,   pancreatic cancer,   tumour ,  

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