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  • Wine Bacteria May Have Probiotic Benefits

    Wine Bacteria May Have Probiotic Benefits

    Wine has long been under the scanner of health experts and researchers to test it for prospective benefits to human health. Many recent studies have claimed how moderate consumption of wine, especially red wine can be beneficial for us. From fighting cavities, maintaining proper brain and heart heal...

    Read More: health, gut bacteria
  • World Heart Day 2014: What Causes Heart Disease

    World Heart Day 2014: What Causes Heart Disease

    Heart health depends upon several factors - right from correct nutrition to exercise and stress management. The genesis of heart disease is dependent upon following factors - Unhealthy FoodsFoods which consist of trans-fats commonly found in packaged foods, hydrogenated oil such as ghee (used to be ...

  •  Breast Cancer Drug Perjeta Could Extend Patients' Lives by 15 Months - Study

    Breast Cancer Drug Perjeta Could Extend Patients' Lives by 15 Months - Study

    Drugmaker Roche says £43,000-a-year treatment can extend lives of women with aggressive form of diseaseA new but very expensive breast cancer drug has shown "unprecedented" benefits in extending the lives of women with an aggressive form of the disease. Data released by the pharmaceutical compan...

    Read More: women health
  • Young Women Delaying Getting Checked for Cervical Cancer

    Young Women Delaying Getting Checked for Cervical Cancer

    Women under 25 can ignore signs of the disease for more than three months, research showsYoung women with symptoms of cervical cancer often delay getting checked for several months, risking the disease spreading by the time it is treated, research shows. Women under 25 can ignore signs of the disea...

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  • Long Working Hours May Trigger Diabetes

    Long Working Hours May Trigger Diabetes

    Long working hours have recently been on the radar of health experts and researchers. Previously, it has been linked to increased smoking and coronary heart disease. (More: Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking)A new study conducted by a team at University College London has found that long...

  • Expanding Waistline for Women 'is a Predictor for Breast Cancer Risk'

    Expanding Waistline for Women 'is a Predictor for Breast Cancer Risk'

    Study associates need for one-size bigger skirt every decade over 40 years with 33% rise in post-menopausal cancer riskWomen who go up a skirt size every 10 years between their mid-20s and mid-60s are at 33% greater risk of developing breast cancer after the menopause, a study of more than 90,000 w...

    Read More: women health, obesity
  • Daily Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Can Improve Your Mental Health

    Daily Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Can Improve Your Mental Health

    Health experts and nutritionists have always stressed on the importance fruits and vegetables in our diet. They replenish our body with essential vitamins and minerals, aid in building resistance and strengthen immunity. According to recent study conducted by the University of Warwick's Medical Scho...

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  • Why These Nuts are a Superfood

    Why These Nuts are a Superfood

    They're brown, they're crunchy and they usually come encased in a hard shell that resembles the human brain. Toss them around in salads or use them in sinful desserts, they taste absolutely delicious every time. Walnuts are perhaps one of the most effective superfoods and can play a remarkable role ...

    Read More: diabetes, heart health, nuts
  • How to Keep Your Brain Sharp as You Age

    How to Keep Your Brain Sharp as You Age

    Old age comes with its own set of inevitable problems and one of them happens to be the rate at which the brain functions. Certain parts of the brain, especially the area of the frontal lobe (prefrontal cortex) and the hippocampus start to shrink. Both these areas are key to learning, memory and oth...

  • World Alzheimer's Day: Risk Factors & Prevention

    World Alzheimer's Day: Risk Factors & Prevention

    Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. The cause and progress of the disease have not been understood well yet. There is no available cure for the disease and it worsens over time. But certain treatments can help in slowing down the progression of the disease. It is a terminal illn...

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