Pay heed to these 7 mysterious body aches and pains

We all experience everyday body aches and pains at some point in our lives. Pain is the body's way of arresting our attention, a signal that something isn't quite right. It maybe a headache, muscle soreness due to moving heavy furniture or even heartburn from gorging on too much junk food. Most of us...

Learn new languages during childhood and boost up your brain development

That tender age when kids take interest in learning a second language can prove to be having a great effect on the structure of their adult brain, suggests a recent study. Well known researchers from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital - The Neuro at McGill University and Oxford University tested Magnetic resonance imaging...

Women’s new best friend: Study says that dog can sniff out cancer

Researchers have trained dogs to sniff out the main chemical compound that indicates the presence of ovarian cancer with 100 percent accuracy. Through this amazing new technique, women that are in their first stage of ovarian cancer can get to know about the disease before it's too late to operate over. "A trained chocolate-colored Labrador,...

Medics caution swaddling babies ’causes hip problems’

The age-old practice of swaddling to sooth and lull the new born baby to sleep could be harming their health cautions a leading orthopaedic surgeon! Swaddling restricts a child's movement which can alter the development of the hip joints. Swaddling, a technique of bundling a baby tightly in a blanket with arms restrained and legs...

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