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One case of West Nile Virus has been reported from Malappuram in Kerala Union health ministry on Thursday sent a multi-disciplinary team from the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to support Kerala health authorities in managing West Nile Virus....
Report examines maths anxiety in students and concludes that parents and teachers have a role to play in it A report out today examines the factors that influence maths anxiety among primary and secondary school students. It shows that teachers...
Study from Johns Hopkins University finds Vitamin D protects asthmatic, obese school children with exposure to indoor air pollution   A new study has found that vitamin D may be protective among asthmatic obese children living in urban environments with high...
Smoking tobacco in waterpipes or hookah, is associated with increased risk of heart attacks Smoking tobacco in waterpipes or hookah, more commonly known as hookahs, results in inhaling toxic chemicals. This often exceeds the levels of these chemicals in cigarette...
Pulse Polio Programme 2019 will target 17 crore children to sustain polio eradication efforts President Ram Nath Kovind, launched the Pulse Polio programme for 2019 by administering polio drops to children less than five years old, at the Rashtrapati Bhawan...
A fast-mimicking diet entails drastic reduction in intake of calories but is not a complete fast A fast-mimicking diet where only small amounts of food is consumed, appears to reverse Crohn's disease and colitis pathology in mice. A special diet could...
Stem cell can be therapy of the future in preventing heart attack, says research funded by British Heart Foundation Scientists have found a potential new drug for treating the heart damage caused by a heart attack by targeting the way...
Researchers identify the beneficial role of sleep that includes repair of DNA damage Sleep allow the neurons to perform efficient DNA maintenance that repair DNA damage accumulated during waking hours. If you have been pondering why do most humans "waste" a...
Social media has negative impact on children's food intake, shows new study   Unhealthy food items advertised by social media have a negative influence on children’s choice of food. A new study published in Pediatrics, highlights this effect. Recent research has shown that...
Food supplements do not keep depression away, right diet and lifestyle do A daily intake of nutritional supplements won't help stave off the onset of depression, a new study has revealed. Instead, regular lifestyle coaching to help people improve their diets...

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