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  • Health Check: How safe are our gyms?

    Under the garb of producing a chiselled generation, Mridul Negi wonders if the gyms across the country are playing with the health and fitness of our nation

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    New way to stop HIV in its tracks found

    Washington,  Researchers have discovered the protein that helps HIV to evade the body’s defence system, an advance that may help stop the deadly virus in its tracks. When HIV-1 infects an immune cell, the virus travels to the nucleus so quickly there is not enough time to set off the cell’s alarm system.

  • Properties and Actions of Different Substances

    In the below mentioned table, some variations may be found in context to Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, Properties and Actions on different substances in various treatises such as Caraka Samhita, Susruta Samhita, Astanga Hrdaya, Bhavprakasa and other Ayurvedic nighantus. Following mentioned Properties and Actions are based on various Ayurvedic nighantus

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    India recorded 6% of global malaria cases in 2016: WHO

    New Delhi, India recorded six per cent of the world’s new malaria cases in 2016 which stood at 216 million, according to the World Malaria Report 2017 by World Health Organization (WHO).

  • Properties and Actions of Different Substances

    In the below mentioned table, some variations may be found in context to Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, Properties and Actions on different substances in various treatises such as Caraka Samhita, Susruta Samhita, Astanga Hrdaya, Bhavprakasa and other Ayurvedic nighantus. Following mentioned Properties and Actions are based on various Ayurvedic nighantus.

  • ‘First brain training that reduces dementia risk identified’

    New York, In a first, researchers have identified a form of mental exercise that can significantly reduce the risk of dementia. The cognitive training, called ‘speed of processing’, showed benefits up to 10 years after participants underwent the mental exercise programme, said Frederick W Unverzagt, from the Indiana University in the US.

  • Workplace bullying, violence may up diabetes risk

    London, Workplace bullying and violence may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, by potentially triggering metabolic changes and comfort eating behaviours, a study warns. Previous analyses have noted that issues, such as job insecurity and long working hours, with the consequent psychological impacts, are associated with a moderately higher
    risk of diabetes.

  • World Diabetes Day: Things you need to know

    New Delhi: Diabetes is the general term used for conditions which lead to an increase in blood sugars and includes Type 1, Type 2, gestational diabetes and other forms of diabetes like secondary diabetes. These occur when pancreas is either unable to make sufficient amounts of insulin, or the insulin produced does not act properly (a condition known as insulin resistance).