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Outdoor jogging, exercising or running during winter needs great care and attention. Though the chiller part of the year is a highly beneficial for your health, yet you should take some precautions in order to ensure that you don’t put yourself in harm’s way.HealthWorld Pneumonia Day 2018: Here's why India needs Pneumonia vaccine campaign
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Besides being a source of nutrition, breast milk also plays an important role in shaping a healthy oral microbiome in babies, suggests a study.HealthLack of proper sleep linked to dehydration, says Study
Adults who sleep just six hours per night instead of eight may have a higher chance of suffering from dehydration, according to a study.HealthDrinking coffee may cut Alzheimer's and Parkinson's risk, says study
Besides boosting your energy and attention levels, drinking coffee may also protect you against developing both Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, researchers have found.HealthSnoring is a sign of Dementia and memory problems: Read how
Do you know, snoring could be an early warning sign for dementia and memory problems? Yes, scientists say, it can be! A study found that people with obstructive sleep apnoea, which often causes heavy snoring, did worse in memory tests and have changes in the brain linked to dementia.HealthHigh carbohydrate diet may induce obesity in some: Study
Researchers have identified a DNA mutation common in animals that may explain why a diet high in carbohydrates induces obesity and diabetes in some but not others.HealthBreast Cancer Awareness Month 2018: What is the signs and symptoms of breast cancer?
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. A study claims that one in eight women have chance of developing breast cancer over an 80-year lifespan. The study aslo say that the younger you are, the lower the risk. Besides women, breast cancer can also be diagnosed in men. The American Cancer Society estimated that in 2015, more than 2,000 men would be diagnosed, and more than 400 men would die from the disease. In this article, we will talk about the types of breast cancer, their symptoms, cause and treatment.HealthExercise, low calorie diet may cut stroke risk in menopausal women
Mid-aged women transitioning to menopause may be able to lower their risk of developing stroke, heart disease and Type-2 diabetes if they exercise more or eat a low calorie diet, suggests a research.HealthStudy: Healthy lifestyle linked to reduced stroke risk
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which includes quitting smoking and reducing weight, can help people at high genetic risk to decrease their chance of suffering a stroke.HealthAge-related spike in estrogen may lead to hernia
An age-related increase in estrogen may be the culprit behind inguinal hernia, a condition common among elderly men that often requires corrective surgery, suggests new study.HealthDiabetes linked to deaths from alcohol, accidents, suicide: Study
People with diabetes are more at risk of deaths from alcohol-related factors, accidents or suicide, than non-diabetics, a study has found.HealthMother's menstrual age linked to son's puberty: Study
The age at which a young woman experiences her first menstruation is associated with the age at which her son experiences puberty, according to a latest research.HealthAyushman Bharat: Over 90,000 people register for Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana in two weeks
Two weeks have passed when Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched India's healthcare policy with the name - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana. Over 90,000 people have already been registered under the scheme and nearly 45,000 people have already availed the benefits from the scheme.HealthVitamin D supplements do not boost bone health: Lancet
Intake of Vitamin D supplements does not prevent fractures or falls, or improve bone mineral density in adults, especially in women, claimed a new Lancet study.HealthHiccups reason and how to cure them
Hiccups is something, every one of us has experienced sometime in our life. It sounds funny and sometime, serious when we can't stop those hiccups which interrupt in our conversation. Here, in this article, we will discuss about what causes hiccups and how to cure them.
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