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Low salt intake may up heart failure risk: Study Low salt intake may up heart failure risk: Study

Health guidelines on salt intake recommend consumption levels that are too low and this may increase the risk of a fatal heart attack, researchers, led by one of Indian-origin, have warned. ....


That sleep tracking device may be ruining your sleep That sleep tracking device may be ruining your sleep

Unable to get proper sleep at night? Blame that sleep tracking app, as a new study has revealed that wearable sleep tracking devices such as Fitbit or Apple Watch, designed to help people track sleep, may actually be keeping people awake. ....


A good book may help ease chronic pain A good book may help ease chronic pain

Reading a book may not only be captivating but may also help people suffering with chronic pain, a study shows. ....


Why a sitting job is bad for your heart and waist Why a sitting job is bad for your heart and waist

Do you have a desk-bound job? Beware, you may be at a heightened risk of developing cardiovascular diseases by 0.2 per cent and an increase in waist circumference by two cm, for every additional hour of sitting on top of five hours, researchers warned. ....


Probiotic combo may curb seasonal allergy symptoms Probiotic combo may curb seasonal allergy symptoms

Researchers have found that a probiotic combination might help reduce symptoms of seasonal allergies like hay fever. ....


Consuming walnuts may be beneficial for sperm health Consuming walnuts may be beneficial for sperm health

Eating a walnut-enriched diet with 75 grams of walnuts every day may improve sperm vitality (movement) and morphology (form) -- markers of semen quality, which is a predictor of male fertility -- in men who added walnuts to their diet compared to men who did not, a study has found. ....


Too much soda may put teenagers at breast cancer risk later Too much soda may put teenagers at breast cancer risk later

Teenagers who consume a diet low in vegetables and high in sugar-sweetened and diet soft drinks may be at increased risk for premenopausal breast cancer, warns a study. ....


A fasting diet may help to reverse diabetes

A type of fasting diet may reprogramme pancreas cells, promote the growth of new insulin-producing pancreatic cells and reduce symptoms of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, a study has showed. ....


Pan-India diabetic policy imperative: Experts Pan-India diabetic policy imperative: Experts

An effective pan-India diabetic policy is imperative to address the growing burden of diabetes in the country, experts at the 7th World Congress of Diabetes said here on Friday. ....


1,850 drugs sold in India Not of Standard Quality: Health Ministry 1,850 drugs sold in India Not of Standard Quality: Health Ministry

The Union Health Ministry on Wednesday said it has found 1,850 samples of drugs sold in India 'Not of Standard Quality (NSQ)' while 13 were found spurious. ....




 

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