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  • A Sweet Tooth May Be The Cause Of Depression

    A Sweet Tooth May Be The Cause Of Depression

    Fri, 28 Jul 2017 15:31:36
    The study points out that in men the effects are prevalent generally five years prior to the increased sugar intake, and in general there are adverse effects for both the sexes.
  • Organ Donor Saves Four Lives, Sets An Example

    Organ Donor Saves Four Lives, Sets An Example

    Fri, 28 Jul 2017 13:30:11
    The donor's family has donated the corneas, which were given to AIIMS, the heart to FEHI in Okhla, the kidney to a private hospital and one which was used at Fortis Vasant Kunj and the liver to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
  • Hepatitis Still Prevalent Despite Vaccination

    Hepatitis Still Prevalent Despite Vaccination

    Fri, 28 Jul 2017 12:30:19
    Hepatitis B affects around 40 million people and Hepatitis C is found in almost 6 to 12 million people.
  • Malnutrition Causes 9.4% Of The Total Infant Deaths

    Malnutrition Causes 9.4% Of The Total Infant Deaths

    Thu, 27 Jul 2017 16:30:54
    Of all infant deaths, about 9.4% are contributed due to malnutrition and babies which are underweight, as admitted by Public Health Department Minister Dr Deepak Sawant.
  • Is It Really Necessary To Finish A Course Of Antibiotics?

    Is It Really Necessary To Finish A Course Of Antibiotics?

    Thu, 27 Jul 2017 15:30:31
    Experts have advised patients to do not believe in the incorrect advice, which tells them to continue and finish off their course of antibiotics even if they are feeling well. The disease researchers from British, have found that finishing a full course has increase drug resistance in the disease
  • Masoor Dal Procurement Under Turmoil

    Masoor Dal Procurement Under Turmoil

    Thu, 27 Jul 2017 14:30:09
    he Madras High Court demanded to know the position of the State Government on the decision taken which allowed Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation (TNCSC) to procure the 'masoor dhal' for the Public Distribution System.
  • More People In Delhi Die Of Diabetes, Hypertension Than Dengue, Malaria

    More People In Delhi Die Of Diabetes, Hypertension Than Dengue, Malaria

    Thu, 27 Jul 2017 13:30:02
    A shocking report has stated that each year, in the National Capital, more people die of diabetes and hyper tension than Dengue or Malaria.
  • Diabetes Can Lead To Memory Loss

    Diabetes Can Lead To Memory Loss

    Wed, 26 Jul 2017 16:30:51
    Type-2 diabetes can often lead to physical and mental dullness. Repeated hypoglycaemia can cause irreversible brain damage causing memory loss.
  • Eye Test Could Detect Autism, Says Study

    Eye Test Could Detect Autism, Says Study

    Wed, 26 Jul 2017 15:40:33
    A study has claimed that eye tests, which constitute of rapid movements of the eye, could help in detecting Autism spectrum disasters. The test will indicate deficits in an area of the brain that is essential and significant for emotional and social development.
  • 2 Swine Flu Deaths In The Capital: Protect Yourself With These Home Remedies

    2 Swine Flu Deaths In The Capital: Protect Yourself With These Home Remedies

    Wed, 26 Jul 2017 14:40:07
    There have been two deaths from the fatal virus, one at the Lok Nayak Hospital and the other at a private hospital. With dengue and chikungunya already on a rampage, the health crisis at the capital just got a lot more worse.
  • Drinking Alcohol Might Improve Your Memory

    Drinking Alcohol Might Improve Your Memory

    Wed, 26 Jul 2017 13:40:23
    A recent study by University of Exeter in Britain has claimed that alcohol may improve the memory, by helping in retaining whatever was learnt right before the drinking session.
  • Air Ambulance Saves 2 Month Old Baby Suffering From Bronchitis

    Air Ambulance Saves 2 Month Old Baby Suffering From Bronchitis

    Tue, 25 Jul 2017 19:40:50
    In Bengaluru, an air ambulance saved the life of a two months old baby. An air ambulance was used to shift the baby from Bangalore's MS Ramaiah Hospital to Narayana Health City.
  • Man Jumps Off Hospital's 8th Floor After Successful Heart Surgery

    Man Jumps Off Hospital's 8th Floor After Successful Heart Surgery

    Tue, 25 Jul 2017 17:10:29
    An autorickshaw driver was admitted at Seven Hills Hospital in Andheri for a coronary bypass surgery under the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Arogya Yojana.
  • Lizard Found In College Food, 65 Students Hospitalised

    Lizard Found In College Food, 65 Students Hospitalised

    Tue, 25 Jul 2017 14:40:24
    Quaid-e-Millath Government College for Women's students were rushed to at night after they complained of uneasiness and nausea after having dinner in their hostel mess. It was because of a lizard in the idli served to them.
  • Emam Ahmed's Successful Battle Against Obesity

    Emam Ahmed's Successful Battle Against Obesity

    Tue, 25 Jul 2017 13:40:26
    Eman Ahmed, a 36-year old Egyptian woman, who was the world's heaviest woman until January this year, can now finally sit up in her bed all thanks to her medical team which made this possible.
  • Is Your Teen Obese? He/She May Have High Risk Of Colon Cancer

    Is Your Teen Obese? He/She May Have High Risk Of Colon Cancer

    Tue, 25 Jul 2017 12:40:09
    A recent study has stated that teenagers who are obese, have a high risk of developing colon cancer as adults.
  • Cow Antibodies May Lead To HIV Vaccine

    Cow Antibodies May Lead To HIV Vaccine

    Mon, 24 Jul 2017 19:45:58
    In a new study, researchers may have found the link between cow's antibodies and a successful vaccination against the deadly HIV.
  • Chinese Woman Skips Breakfast For 8 Years, Develops 200 Gallstones

    Chinese Woman Skips Breakfast For 8 Years, Develops 200 Gallstones

    Mon, 24 Jul 2017 19:00:23
    A 45-year old Chinese woman had developed 200 gallstones in her stomach, and the doctors say the reason could be that she skipped breakfast regularly for 8 years
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A Sweet Tooth May Be The Cause Of Depression

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 15:31:38 IST
The study points out that in men the effects are prevalent generally five years prior to the increased sugar intake, and in general there are adverse effects for both the sexes.

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Organ Donor Saves Four Lives, Sets An Example

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 12:22:48 IST
The donor's family has donated the corneas, which were given to AIIMS, the heart to FEHI in Okhla, the kidney to a private hospital and one which was used at Fortis Vasant Kunj and the liver to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.