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Binge drinking more injurious to women

Binge drinking more injurious to women

New York: Binge drinking is emerging as a significant contributor to liver injury and researchers, including one of an Indian-origin, hav...Read More

Men! Hit the gym for better bone health

Men! Hit the gym for better bone health

New York: Engaging in weight-bearing exercises such as resistance training and various types of jumps can help men protect their bone hea...Read More

Indore: US varsity to confer honours degree on DAVV students

Indore: US varsity to confer honours degree on DAVV students

Indore university students can go to University of Missouri sans GRE

Good grasp of native language helps improve English skills

Good grasp of native language helps improve English skills

New York: Pre-schoolers experience significant improvements in their English skills when they have a good grasp of their mother-tongue or...Read More

Open adoptions benefit kids

Open adoptions benefit kids

New York: Open adoptions, in which communication is encouraged between adoptive families and the biological family, can benefit the child...Read More

Toe-tapping while sitting may prevent arterial disease: study

Toe-tapping while sitting may prevent arterial disease: study

New York: Fidgeting while sitting for an extended period of time at a computer or during a long flight can protect the arteries in your l...Read More

Hillary Clinton picks Tim Kaine as running mate

Hillary Clinton picks Tim Kaine as running mate

Washington: U S Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has picked Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her choice for vice president an...Read More

Workout more than you diet to keep obesity at bay

Workout more than you diet to keep obesity at bay

Washington, D.C.: Researchers from the University of Missouri have found that exercise can play a more significant role than diet in figh...Read More

Social networks stress children out

Social networks stress children out

Washington DC: A lot of research has shown the significance of social relationships in influencing adult human behaviour and health, but ...Read More

Enzyme may cut heart disease risk caused by HIV drug

Enzyme may cut heart disease risk caused by HIV drug

New York: Researchers have identified an enzyme that is likely to lower the risk of heart related diseases caused by antiviral medicines ...Read More

Why increasing protein intake may help you lose weight

Why increasing protein intake may help you lose weight

New York: Having high-protein foods makes you feel fuller between meals, an important factor that can ultimately help you reduce overall ...Read More

Participating in social activities may help you sleep better

Participating in social activities may help you sleep better

New York: Older adults who have trouble sleeping, could benefit from participating in social activities, in particular attending religiou...Read More

Your intuition keeps you from cheating

Your intuition keeps you from cheating

Washington DC : People who rely on their intuition are, at times, less likely to cheat, according to a new study, says ANI.

Forgiving others lowers depression risk in women

Forgiving others lowers depression risk in women

New York: While forgiving others protects women from depression, men do not derive the same benefit from being compassionate, suggests ne...Read More

Marriage can curb drinking problem

Marriage can curb drinking problem

New York: If you are young and already having a drinking problem, finding a partner to tie the knot may help you return to a normal life ...Read More

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