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  • Lack of sleep can destroy your social life, says study

    California: Sleep deprivation has long been associated with several health problems. Now, researchers have found that it can also destroy your social life. According to a study done by researchers at University of California, Berkeley, sleep-deprived people feel lonelier and socialize less, which...

  • Being overweight is bad for the brain, says new study

    London: Being overweight and obese can slow down the brain's processing speed and problem-solving skills, a new study has claimed. A study conducted by Germany's Max Planck Institute also found that ageing process can be sped up by excessive body fat. According to researchers, the problem is...

  • Four ways to prevent indigestion

    Bengaluru: All of us have suffered from indigestion at one time or the other. And we know how uncomfortable it can be: bloated stomach, non-stop belching, and so on. One of the culprits responsible for triggering indigestion is the type of food you eat. 'One of the most common culprits of...

  • Easy home remedies for stomach upset

    Stomach upset is also known as dyspepsia or indigestion. Usually stomach upset is a discomfort or pain in the upper part of stomach. This is not a disease but a common health problem in every one's life. There are two types of stomach problem.Chronic stomach problem: This will be having long-term...

  • Boxers better for boosting sperm count, finds study

    Men wanting to boost sperm count should go for boxers, as a major study has found that they are are better suited for men's fertility compared to briefs. The study done by Harvard's TH Chan School of Public Health recommends boxers if having a child is your immediate goal. Dr. Jorge Chavarro,...

  • Exercise is good for mental health. But don't overdo it

    Bengaluru: Exercising three to five times a week can lead to improved mental health but only when done in moderation, a first of its kind study has found. For the study, researchers analysed responses from 1.2 million adults in the US taken from a survey done by the CDC in 2011, 2013, and 2015,...

  • Your plastic bag is releasing greenhouse gases

    Bengaluru: Plastic releases heat-trapping, climate-warming gases as soon as it's exposed to light, researchers have found. A new study done by researchers from the University of Hawaii at Manoa has found that light not only breaks down plastic, but also releases methane and ethylene - two...

  • Music as medicine: Can Mozart help reduce epileptic fits in children?

    Classical music fans all know the power of Mozart's compositions. But can the music of the peerless genius be of any medical value? Yes, according to a new study. Listening to Mozart's music can reduce epileptic fits in children, claims a study done by doctors in Edinburgh. In the study,...

  • Red delight: Seven health benefits of tomatoes

    The humble tomato, a necessary ingredient in cooking everywhere, has a host of health benefits that you might not know of. This low-calorie vegetable is bursting with nutrients, and has a variety of health benefits, reports health.com Packed with vitamins A single tomato provides 40 pc of...

  • Vaginal rejuvenating therapies unsafe, warns FDA

    New York: The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has slammed all those devices being marketed for medical procedures like vaginal rejuvenation as 'egregious' and causing 'harm', a statement said.The regulatory body has found that a growing number of manufacturers were marketing such devices to...

  • Best ways to lose Weight

    Losing weight isn't an easy thing – it takes time, patience and above all – discipline. Depending on the person, it will be faster or slower, but the thing is that there are things that should be avoided at any cost and some that you need to do. The problem is that not many people are aware of...

  • Do not wash or reuse condoms, warns CDC

    Do not wash or reuse condoms. Ever. The latest warning comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), America's leading public health institute, which is a sign that the practice is still quite widespread. Condoms can do what they are designed for - prevent sexually transmitted...