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Phone Use Limit Can Reverse Sleep Problems in a Week

By   /  May 21, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Phone Use Limit Can Reverse Sleep Problems in a Week

Limiting evening exposure to blue-light emitting screens on smartphones, tablets and computers can reverse sleep problems and reduce symptoms of fatigue, lack of concentration and bad mood in teenagers, after just one week, says a study.

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Common Diseases of Pig Transmissible to Man and Their Preventive Measures

By   /  May 16, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Common Diseases of Pig Transmissible to Man and Their Preventive Measures

Diseases or infections that is transmissible from animal to man or vice versa are known as zoonatic disease. Pig diseases may be transmitted to human being through direct contact, consumption of infected meat, infected uterine discharge etc. Common Diseases of Pig Transmissible to Man are: 1.Salmonellosis- in human being transmission occur through consumption of infected […]

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Good Sleep, Mood Can Help You Stay Sharp in Old Age

By   /  May 12, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Good Sleep, Mood Can Help You Stay Sharp in Old Age

Memory slips with age, but getting a fair amount of sleep every night and having a cheerful mood each day may help you stay sharp even when you grow old, suggests new research. Poor sleep quality and a depressed mood are linked to a reduced likelihood of remembering a previously experienced event, said the study […]

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Blood Test to Spot Alzheimer’s Before Symptoms Occur

By   /  May 12, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Blood Test to Spot Alzheimer’s Before Symptoms Occur

Researchers have developed a new test that could help doctors detect Alzheimer’s disease eight years before the first symptoms occur. Using current techniques, Alzheimer’s disease, the most frequent cause of dementia, can only be detected once the typical plaques have formed in the brain. At this point, therapy seems no longer possible. However, the first […]

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Chatting on Food Habits Makes Kids Healthier — Study

By   /  May 12, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Chatting on Food Habits Makes Kids Healthier — Study

Parents, please take note. Talking about food benefits is likely to get your kid to eat healthier, which might help them to grow bigger and run faster, says a study. The study, published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour, shows that the researchers found affirming statements were more effective at getting kids to […]

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Effect of Nutritional Deficiency in Pregnant Animal

By   /  May 3, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Effect of Nutritional Deficiency in Pregnant Animal

Well balanced feeding of a pregnant animal is very much essential. The feed must contain all the nutrients for proper growth of the foetus. Diet deficiency in any pregnant animal may adversely the foetal size, litter size, complication during and after delivery. Congenital defects etc and causes great loss to the farmers. Common nutritionals deficiency […]

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Asthma-Causing Toxins Found in E-Cigarettes

By   /  April 27, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Asthma-Causing Toxins Found in E-Cigarettes

Electronic cigarettes, popularly known as e-cigarettes, may contain microbial toxins associated with myriad health problems, including asthma, reduced lung function and inflammation, warns a new study. For the study, the researchers from Harvard University examined 75 popular e-cigarette products — cartridges (single use) and e-liquids (refillable material) — sold in the US. The results, published […]

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Being Too Harsh on Yourself Could Lead to OCD

By   /  April 27, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Being Too Harsh on Yourself Could Lead to OCD

People who report intense feelings of responsibility are prone to develop Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) or generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), warn researchers. Anxiety and OCD-like behaviour, such as checking if the door is locked, are common in the general population. However, it is the frequency and intensity of these behaviours or feelings that mark the […]

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Body Can Adapt to Occasional Short-Term Overeating

By   /  April 27, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Body Can Adapt to Occasional Short-Term Overeating

Overeating has been found to impair blood sugar (glucose) control and insulin levels but a new study suggests that the duration of a bout of overeating can affect how the body adapts to glucose and insulin processing when calorie intake increases. Obesity and type 2 diabetes have increased significantly worldwide within the past 30 years. […]

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World’s first malaria vaccine launched

By   /  April 25, 2019  /  Health, Top News, World  /  Comments Off on World’s first malaria vaccine launched

Geneva, April 24 (IANS): The world’s first and only malaria vaccine was launched in the African country of Malawi on Tuesday, as part of a landmark pilot program hoping to protect, in particular, hundreds of thousands of children under five against one of the world’s leading killers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Thirty […]

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