Heal yourself with some “magical” kitchen spices

In this metallic world of today, we have to pop in pills at every small medical call. Gone are the days of relying on alternative methods and natural healing methods. Putting a chemical into our bodies does have side effects, so why not give the self-healing process a shot. Open your kitchen cabinet that...

Breast cancer can be detected using the new “P-scan” urinalysis

Detecting breast cancer has become easier with the new method of screening developed by the scientists of Missouri University of Science and Technology. Using urine samples, the malignancy can be diagnosed and the severity of the cancer can be determined much before getting it screened using a mammogram. This new technique of urinalysis was developed...

Frequent menopausal hot flashes causes memory decline

Are you becoming more and more forgetful by each passing day as you reach your menopause? According to a new study, memory loss has been confirmed to be one of the key symptoms among women who undergo menopause. The study also suggests that the more often a women experiences hot flashes, the more...

Grab a bottle of the “granny recommended” Mustard Oil, right away!

Bothered by the odors coming from the kitchen? It maybe the greenish yellow mustard oil being scorched in the pan for cooking purposes. Mustard oil may give off a strong odor on being cooked but it has immense health benefits. Let’s list a few mustard oil properties: It maybe the strong mustard oil flavor that...

Daily calcium intake promotes longevity in women!!

Calcium supplements taken in small doses by women may have more benefits than just a therapeutic arsenal against osteoporosis, a condition that makes bones brittle and fragile with advancing years. It can help them live longer, claims a new study. The study found a daily intake of moderate level of calcium supplements (up to 1,000...

Eating behavior abnormal? Red flags to be watched out for

Is your teenage daughter suddenly cringing at the sight of her favorite foods, one too many a times? Be careful it maybe a red flag for an eating disorder: Altered eating habits Whenever there is an advent of an eating disorder it will show up as “abnormal eating behaviors”. This should be ignored if the...

Family structure plays vital role in determining child’s obesity rates

Is childhood obesity caused only by lack of physical activity and improper diet? This myth was broken by the latest study conducted in Rice University and the University of Houston. According to the new study, family structure of the child plays an important role in determining the child's body weight. The overall development of...

Dog owner’s beware!! Your pooch may raise your household germs

Are you a dog owner? If yes, beware of the germs your best pal is bringing home. According to a latest study, home pets bring along several germs and bacteria which you may be totally unaware off. A new research conducted by the researchers of the North Carolina State University and the University of...

Chemicals in plastics cause high B.P in children

Beware of the chemical compounds in the daily used plastics!! According to a recent study, the chemicals present in the plastics we use everyday could cause high B.P conditions among children and infants. The chemical compound called DEHP(di-2-ethyhexylphthalate) is present in many plastic, processed and packed foods, exposure to which causes significant metabolic and...

Passive smoking can turn kids aggressive and antisocial

Do you think smoking in front of your kids is ok? Think again...according to a latest study, kids exposed to passive smoking in their early childhood can turn out to be antisocial and extremely aggressive physically. According to a research study conducted by the University of Montreal in Canada , it has been...

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