Regular eating meat to increase risk of liver disease

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LONDON: A diet high in animal protein may increase the risk of a disease which causes fat build-up in the liver, a condition that can lead to cardiovascular diseases or cancer, scientists warn.A diet high in animal protein is associated with a higher risk of liver disease. The findings also showed that foods containing fructose, such as soda and sugar, More...

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UP CM Yogi Adityanath
By Manish Sen On Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
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UP CM directs officials to set up yoga wellness centres

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed officials to set up yoga wellness centres in 40 districts of the state in the current financial year. UP CM Yogi Adityanath stressed on timely detection More...

Researchers found that women who are too skinny are more likely to suffer from depression linking to low moods.
By Manish Sen On Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
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Women who are ‘too skinny’ could be more at risk of depression

London: Skinny jeans or small sized clothes may fit the thin women well, but when it comes to mental health, things may not be the same for them.Researchers found that women who are too skinny are more likely to More...

A porn addict can make you more anxious about starting and continuing a relationship.
By Ila Choudhary On Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
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Porn addiction may hamper your relationship

Washington: Do you love watching porn in alone time?A porn addict can make you more anxious about starting and continuing a relationship. You may need to stop it, as a study finds, self-proclaimed porn addicts may More...

Indian doctors in UK
By Ila Choudhary On Sunday, April 16th, 2017
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Indian doctors suffer bias within UK medical system: Report

London: Doctors trained in countries like India are suffering from an inherent bias within the UK medical system, a new report has indicated.Indian doctors were five times more likely to face investigations, Bangladeshi More...

People often look down when using their smartphones.
By Ila Choudhary On Sunday, April 16th, 2017
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Mobile addiction leads to neck and back pain

London: Dear parents, ask your kids to spend less time on their cell phones as a study finds increase in number of patients with neck, disk hernias and alignment problems mainly due to prolonged use of smartphones.People More...

Type 2 diabetes was extremely rare in youth, but it has become more common in recent years.
By Ila Choudhary On Saturday, April 15th, 2017
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Diabetes on rise in US children

Washington: An increasing number of the US children are being diagnosed with diabetes, according to a recent report.Type 2 diabetes was extremely rare in youth, but it has become more common in recent years. In More...

Smoking kills more than 1 million people a year in India.
By Ila Choudhary On Tuesday, April 11th, 2017
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Higher tobacco taxes can save 35-45 billion lives in South Asia: Study

kNew Delhi: Higher taxes on tobacco could reduce its consumption by at least one-third and save about 35 to 45 million lives in South Asia, including India, a study said today. Smoking kills more than 1 million More...

Depression is the cause of more than two-thirds of suicides that occur annually.
By Ila Choudhary On Friday, April 7th, 2017
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World Health Day: Broken heart syndrome? Depression increases risk of heart attack

New Delhi: While a lot has been spoken and written about depression and its impact on mental health, the repercussions of chronic depression on the human body and physical health are often overlooked.Chronic depression More...

"We are also better placed to support colleagues, friends or loved ones who may have depression," WHO's South-East Asia Regional Director, Poonam Khetrapal Singh said.
By Ila Choudhary On Thursday, April 6th, 2017
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86 million people in South-East Asia affected by depression: WHO

New Delhi: Depression affects 86 million people in South-East Asia region, the WHO said today while lauding India for passing the Mental Healthcare Bill recently and asked nations to scale up mental health services More...

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