Say Goodbye to Caffeine Addiction
June 15th, 2015

Addiction to any particular substance is unhealthy. It is a kind of dependency that makes a person physically as well as mentally exhaust. Many people get attached to caffeine as they feel it as a great stress-buster. If you are addicted to caffeine, you can follow few healthy tips to overcome it.

Thunder God Vine : A Ground-Breaking Treatment for Obesity
June 8th, 2015

Thunder God Vine has caught the attention of experts & researchers across the globe. After this plant’s trial on mice was successful, more and more researchers are showing interest in understanding its positive aspects. But, it hasn’t been yet tested on humans, so until then we have to wait & watch the proceedings.

Appreciate Your DNA If Beer And Cheese Smells Nice To You
June 8th, 2015

If you like the smell of beer, then there is something in your genes that does the talking. Medical researchers, after assessing the reports of certain studies, concluded that people smell things differently due to some underlying genetic influence. They explained this by investigating the DNA of hundreds of people and their sense of smelling and tasting.

A new Research shows that Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy could be treated with Erectile Dysfunction drugs
May 13th, 2014

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is an uncommon disease affecting one in 3,500 newborn babies, in a large part, boys. But there is no known cure for the disease which makes a serious condition to be affected with. There have been some methods which are proven for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy but these are not cures and only slow the progression rate. However, a study reveals that Viagra and Cialis which are proven erectile dysfunction drugs can be used in the treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, but there is still more research to be done in this matter.

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Childhood Bullying: The Effects it has in Later Stages of Life
April 25th, 2014

People who have faced harassment during the school days are most susceptible to mental and physical issues in their adulthood. Studies done in this area have shown that both bully-victim and bully may face problems in the later stages in their lives.

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Study Finds Link between Young Dads and Depression
April 17th, 2014

Many studies have shown that men are more vulnerable to mental disorders like depression. It can occur at any stage and the main reason for it to occur is continuous mental pressure and increasing stress. A recent study has found that men who fathered a child at an early age could also develop depression because of the pressure of raising a child.

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Women Inferiority Complex – Magazines, hoardings, Fashions-shows and now Facebook
April 15th, 2014

Latest studies indicate that social networking sites such as Facebook may cause inferiority complex among women. Users at such portals tend to surf through images and compared their appearance with others. This causes a sense of low self-esteem, especially in those who are not already satisfied with their body image.

Dietary Supplements are no more beneficial for your health
March 11th, 2014

The long believed notion that dietary supplements are beneficial and benign for health is perhaps at its end. Studies have discovered that dietary supplements such as selenium and vitamin E can increase risk of developing prostate cancer. Here is an overview of a huge study conducted to determine the contribution of Vitamin E and Selenium in prostate cancer development.

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Whole Body MRIs Of Diabetics Can Predict Their Heart Condition
September 13th, 2013

A new study published in the Radiology, whole body MRI can act as an essential tool to evaluate the likelihood of diabetic patients to heart attacks and strokes. This is of huge help as diabetics normally develop clogged arteries that can lead to cardio issues.

Research Finds E-Cigarettes As Good As Nicotine Patches
September 10th, 2013

Electronic cigarettes are as helpful in assisting a person to quit smoking as the nicotine patches. Researches by scientists from the University of Auckland have proven this fact; but more research is required for countries to from regulating norms.

Research Links Hyperactivity And Inner Ear Defects
September 7th, 2013

A research conducted at New York’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine discovered that defects within the inner ears causes a specific part of the brain that regulates movement to function abnormally. Lab mice with inner ear defect causing gene mutations were found to be more hyperactive.

Yet Another Reason To Sleep: It Boosts The Brain Cell Volume
September 5th, 2013

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have discovered yet another benefit of sleep, it boost brain cell production and thereby aid in brain cell repair. This production rate of the cells increased during REM sleep or deep sleep.

U.K Scientists Believe Osteoarthritis Can Be Slowed With Broccoli
August 30th, 2013

Broccoli has a chemical in it that can aid in preventing the osteoarthritis in people. Researchers tested it on mice and then on affected people with positive results.

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A New Studies Revealed Linked Between Women’s Tall Height And Cancer
August 3rd, 2013

As per the new study, it reveals that women with height have probably at more risk of cancer then the shorter once, as researched at Yeshiva University in New York.

6 Helpful Health Apps To Download
July 30th, 2013

It is incredible how mobile technology is slowly seeping into every aspect of our life. From calorie free lip-smacking salads to apps that help you keep fit, find out the ones you ought to download.