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Monthly Archives: June 2013

‘Good’ bacteria to fight ‘bad’ bacteria in eye infections

In a remarkable medical breakthrough, researchers have claimed to develop a therapy that puts predator microbes to attack the dangerous bacteria responsible for causing...

Exercise turns bad fat into good fat

Regular exercise alters the way body fat behaves, converting the unhealthy white fat that forms from sedentary lifestyle to healthy brown fat that aids...

Now, a brain scan can read your emotional state!

What is your emotional state? Are you happy or sad, feeling lust or disgust? For the first time, scientists can successfully identify people’s...

Foods that help keep inflammation at bay !

Is your body hurting and swollen? This inflammation highlights the response of the immune system. This shows that the immune system is busy working...

Sleep deprived teens make unhealthy food choices—study

Next time you succumb to eating unhealthy food, don’t blame your stomach. It is perhaps lack of sleep that is prompting you to do...

Infertile men run higher cancer risk – study

Till date, infertility in men was only linked to impaired chances of producing an offspring. But according to new findings, infertile men also run...

Is the blistering sun exhausting you? Check for heat stroke

Is your body temperature system behaving erratically and troubling you with nausea, cramps, exhaustion and fainting? Careful you may be suffering from the dreaded...

Tap the potential of fruits for a radiant skin!

If you want a radiant skin, the old adage 'you are what you eat' holds true! Expensive skin creams and vitamin supplements are great,...

Third-hand smoke can damage DNA

The health hazards linked to smoking and inhaling of second-hand smoke are well-known. But for the first time researchers have found that effects of...

Pregnant women taking iron supplements-less prone to the risk of anaemia & low baby...

Pregnant women who take daily iron supplements during their pregnancy are less prone to have a small baby and the risk of developing anaemia,...