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Probiotics may help treat bowel cancer: Study

New York: Modification of the gut microbiome with probiotics may help prevent and treat bowel cancer by reducing inflammation and suppressing colon tumours, according...

Tattoo’s toxic particles may harm your immunity!

New York: Getting a permanent tattoo can cause toxic nano-particles to travel inside the body, leading to chronic enlargement of the lymph nodes -...

Running may help you quit smoking: Study

New Delhi: Smokers often express desire to give up smoking as they grow in age, however, they are unable to do so. Now, a...

Washing hands can effectively prevent spread of infections

New Delhi: Hand washing is the single most effective way to prevent the spread of infections. You can spread certain "germs" casually by touching...

Indians can live 4 years longer if air quality improves: Study

New Delhi: Indians could live about four years longer on an average or more than 4.7 billion life years combined if it complies with...

Daily intake of olive oil, nuts may increase your intelligence

New Delhi: Monounsaturated fatty acids – a class of nutrients found in olive oils, nuts and avocados – are linked to general intelligence, said...

Healthy lifestyle leads to active brain in old age: Study

New Delhi: A healthy lifestyle since childhood can be instrumental in reducing the risk of developing cognitive disease in old age, says a new...

Scientists identify 27 distinct types of human emotions

New York: Scientists have identified 27 distinct types of emotions, challenging a long-held assumption that our feelings fall within the universal categories of happiness,...

Innovative smartphone app can check heart health

New York: Researchers have developed a smartphone app which lets people check their heart health non-invasively using a smartphone camera. Previously, checking heart health would...

Eating excess red meat, poultry increases diabetes risk: Study

New Delhi: Eating too much red meat including beef, pork and poultry may increase risk of developing diabetes, an Asian study has warned.   Researchers from...

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