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Midweek Health Special : Fast food not to be blamed for obesity: Study

New York, Nov 7 (IANS) Soda, candy and fast food are not the leading cause of obesity in the US, suggests a new Cornell University study which ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special: Less sleep may affect kidney

New York, Nov 6 (IANS) Shorter sleep duration can lead to a more rapid decline in kidney function, says a new study. Many of the body’s processes ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special:Most women unaware of alcohol’s role in breast cancer

London, Nov 3 (IANS) Most women are unaware that drinking alcohol or being obese could increase their risk of developing breast cancer, shows a Britain-based survey. “There ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special: Low-fat diet won’t make you slimmer in long term

New York (IANS) Having low-fat diet does not lead to greater weight loss in the long term compared to higher-fat diets of similar intensity, says a Lancet ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special : Heavy smoking and drinking will age you faster

New York, (IANS) Heavy smoking and alcohol use cause distinctive changes to human DNA, leading to an accelerated premature ageing, scientists reveal. Interestingly, moderate alcohol use — ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special: Activity which may help you keep Knee pain at bay

New York, Oct 26 (IANS) Want to avoid the debilitating knee pain? Keep moving, scientists suggest as they have found a mechanism that explains how motion can ...Full Article

Emotional attachment to work good for your health

Workers who feel emotionally attached to and identify with their work have better psychological well-being, says a new study. Efforts to increase affective organisational commitment (AOC) ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special: ‘Steroids’ excessive use could weaken bones

New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANS) Excessive use of steroids is increasingly causing a slew of health complications including thinning of skin, high blood sugar level and weaker ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special: Diabetic? Daily glass of red wine can improve heart health

New York, Oct 13 (IANS) A glass of red wine every night may help people with Type-2 diabetes manage their cholesterol and cardiac health, suggests new research. ...Full Article

Midweek Health Special : First-born kids more likely to be nearsighted

London, Oct 12 (IANS) First-born children run higher risk of becoming nearsighted later in life, compared with their later-born siblings, a study says. Parents pushing the eldest ...Full Article