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Broccoli may help fight Schizophrenia: Study

Broccoli may help fight Schizophrenia: Study

Broccoli is considered a superfood around the world. The bright green cruciferous vegetable is consumed in the form of soups, salads, as pizza toppings...
Six or more cups of coffee in a day could be dangerous: Study

Six or more cups of coffee in a day could be dangerous: Study

Drinking six or more cups of coffee a day can be harmful and increase the risk of heart ailment by up to 22 per...
Anger more harmful than sadness for older adults

Anger more harmful than sadness for older adults

Anger is more harmful than sadness for older adults and may lead to health complications - potentially increased inflammation which is associated with chronic...

Stress in early life may lead to depression: Study

People who take stress in early life are at risk of developing negative thinking which could lead to major depressive disorder (MDD), says a...
Study reveals why people love coffee or beer

Study reveals why people love coffee or beer

Whether you choose a dark roast coffee or hoppy beer in the summer, it may actually depend on how the drink makes you feel...
Living alone may increase risk of mental disorders: Study

Living alone may increase risk of mental disorders: Study

Mental disorders are more common in people who live alone, regardless of their age and sex, according to a study. Researchers from the University of...
Urine test may help prevent cervical cancer: Study

Urine test may help prevent cervical cancer: Study

Urine testing may be as effective as the smear test at preventing cervical cancer and could significantly increase participation rates for screening, a study...
Heavy, tall kids at higher risk of kidney cancer: Study

Heavy, tall kids at higher risk of kidney cancer: Study

Heavier and taller children may be at an increased risk of developing kidney cancer as adults, a study has found. Renal cell carcinoma (RCC)...
Obesity and mental health problems go hand-in-hand: Study

Obesity and mental health problems go hand-in-hand: Study

Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, tend to develop hand-in-hand from as young as age 7 years, according...
Cancer treatment

Protein found in body may lead to the development of new cancer drug: Study

Researchers have discovered protein in the body, which may aid the development of new drugs with significantly lesser side effects than existing chemotherapy for...
Familial breast cancer can be prevented by medication: Study

Familial breast cancer can be prevented by medication: Study

Breast cancer passed down in families may be preventable by the medication Denosumab, which is undergoing a five-year study in Austria. The Austrian Breast and...

Artificial Intelligence tool can diagnose PTSD: Study

A new artificial intelligence tool can help diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by analysing voices, a recent study has claimed. The details were published in...
Mode of delivery has substantial impact on infants’ health: Study

Mode of delivery has substantial impact on infants’ health: Study

A recent research has discovered that mode of delivery influences the health of infants. The research presented at the meeting of ECCMID 2019 suggested...
Whitening products may cause tooth decay, claims researchers

Whitening products may cause tooth decay, claims researchers

While using teeth-whitening products can make your smile brighter, they might also lead to tooth damage, researchers have warned. The study, led by researchers...
Excessive use of Calcium supplements may increase Cancer risk: Study

Excessive use of Calcium supplements may increase Cancer risk: Study

Excessive use of calcium supplements may increase the risk of cancer, according to scientists who say that getting adequate nutrients from food items is...

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Broccoli may help fight Schizophrenia: Study

Broccoli may help fight Schizophrenia: Study

Broccoli is considered a superfood around the world. The bright green cruciferous vegetable is consumed in the form of soups, salads, as pizza toppings...
Six or more cups of coffee in a day could be dangerous: Study

Six or more cups of coffee in a day could be dangerous: Study

Drinking six or more cups of coffee a day can be harmful and increase the risk of heart ailment by up to 22 per...
Anger more harmful than sadness for older adults

Anger more harmful than sadness for older adults

Anger is more harmful than sadness for older adults and may lead to health complications - potentially increased inflammation which is associated with chronic...

Stress in early life may lead to depression: Study

People who take stress in early life are at risk of developing negative thinking which could lead to major depressive disorder (MDD), says a...
Study reveals why people love coffee or beer

Study reveals why people love coffee or beer

Whether you choose a dark roast coffee or hoppy beer in the summer, it may actually depend on how the drink makes you feel...
Living alone may increase risk of mental disorders: Study

Living alone may increase risk of mental disorders: Study

Mental disorders are more common in people who live alone, regardless of their age and sex, according to a study. Researchers from the University of...
Urine test may help prevent cervical cancer: Study

Urine test may help prevent cervical cancer: Study

Urine testing may be as effective as the smear test at preventing cervical cancer and could significantly increase participation rates for screening, a study...
Heavy, tall kids at higher risk of kidney cancer: Study

Heavy, tall kids at higher risk of kidney cancer: Study

Heavier and taller children may be at an increased risk of developing kidney cancer as adults, a study has found. Renal cell carcinoma (RCC)...
Obesity and mental health problems go hand-in-hand: Study

Obesity and mental health problems go hand-in-hand: Study

Obesity and emotional problems, such as feelings of low mood and anxiety, tend to develop hand-in-hand from as young as age 7 years, according...
Cancer treatment

Protein found in body may lead to the development of new cancer drug: Study

Researchers have discovered protein in the body, which may aid the development of new drugs with significantly lesser side effects than existing chemotherapy for...
Familial breast cancer can be prevented by medication: Study

Familial breast cancer can be prevented by medication: Study

Breast cancer passed down in families may be preventable by the medication Denosumab, which is undergoing a five-year study in Austria. The Austrian Breast and...

Artificial Intelligence tool can diagnose PTSD: Study

A new artificial intelligence tool can help diagnose post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by analysing voices, a recent study has claimed. The details were published in...
Mode of delivery has substantial impact on infants’ health: Study

Mode of delivery has substantial impact on infants’ health: Study

A recent research has discovered that mode of delivery influences the health of infants. The research presented at the meeting of ECCMID 2019 suggested...
Whitening products may cause tooth decay, claims researchers

Whitening products may cause tooth decay, claims researchers

While using teeth-whitening products can make your smile brighter, they might also lead to tooth damage, researchers have warned. The study, led by researchers...
Excessive use of Calcium supplements may increase Cancer risk: Study

Excessive use of Calcium supplements may increase Cancer risk: Study

Excessive use of calcium supplements may increase the risk of cancer, according to scientists who say that getting adequate nutrients from food items is...

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