Hot tea linked to higher cancer risk for smokers and drinkers

London: Smokers and drinkers should avoid hot tea, as, according to a study, it can increase the risk of esophageal cancer. Drinking hot tea, smoking and booze can risk of oesophageal cancer. The cancer, which starts in the esophagus, was already known to be linked to drinking alcohol and smoking, but those risks are heightened by the addition of daily More...

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By Manisha Sen On Thursday, February 8th, 2018
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Positive attitude could protect ageing people from dementia

Washington: Age is just a number. Well, now the claim has been substantiated by a team of scientists, who found that positive attitude towards ageing can reduce the risks of dementia in older adults. People who More...

By Manisha Sen On Wednesday, February 7th, 2018
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Hangovers get worse with age

London: Turns out, hangovers get worse as you age. The best way to prevent a hangover is to drink in moderation. People have believed it for a long time but there have been very little concrete scientific reasons More...

By Ila Choudhary On Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
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Dim lights to hamper your ability to learn: study

Washington: Spending too much time in dimly lit rooms and offices may change the brain’s structure and reduce people’s ability to remember and learn, a study has found. Exposing oneself to dim light More...

By Ila Choudhary On Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
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Why drinking red wine is good for your heart

Los Angeles: Scientists are developing a new stent that releases red wine antioxidants slowly over time that promotes healing and prevents blood clotting and inflammation. By delivering red wine antioxidants during More...

By Ila Choudhary On Saturday, February 3rd, 2018
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Moderate alcohol drinking to boost brain health

Washington: Moderate alcohol drinking is good for your overall brain health and function, according to a study. Low doses of alcohol are potentially beneficial to brain health. The research shows that low levels More...

By Ila Choudhary On Tuesday, January 30th, 2018
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Diabetes, hypertension rates high in India: study

Boston: India is facing significantly higher rates of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to the first nationally representative study of these “major killers” involving more than 1.3 million More...

By Ila Choudhary On Sunday, January 28th, 2018
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Dash of turmeric improves memory and mood

London: Turmeric is a superfood and has myriads of health benefits including boosting your memory and uplifting your mood, according to a study. A single gram of turmeric can improve the memory and mood of people. Found More...

By Ila Choudhary On Thursday, January 25th, 2018
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New system lets doctors see under patients skin sans scalpel

Toronto: Doctors could soon put down scalpels and peek under patients skin, thanks to a new augmented reality system that displays internal anatomy right on the body, scientists say. ProjectDR will be deployed soon More...

By Ila Choudhary On Saturday, January 20th, 2018
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Vitamin C identified superhero of anti-ageing skincare

London: Turns out, Vitamin C is much more than a go-to cold and flu warding-off ingredient. Along with a boost for your health, it works wonders on your skin. Vitamin C works wonders on skin. A new buzzword amongst More...