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If you cant live without a nightly tipple, you may need to pause and think. A new study has found that alcohol consumption permanently damages the DNA in stem cells, which in turn increases the risk of developing cancer. Moving...
Popping the calcium or vitamin D pill for better bones as you grow older may not have any actual impact. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) has concluded after analysing the results of 33...
If you are  gaming freak, the new year may bear some evil tidings. World Health Organisation is all set to categorise gaming addiction as a disorder when it comes out with eleventh edition of the International Classification of Diseases. The manual...
pregnant woman with umbrella Probiotics are not just good for your digestive system, they can be good for your mental well being too. Probiotics constitute "good" bacteria. New research suggests that probiotics also have an affect on the brain. A study...
Move over Atkins. Starving your body of carbohydrates and gorging on proteins may not after all be the key to weight loss. The key instead may lie in depriving the body of specific amino acids - the building blocks of...
If evidence was still needed that sugar containing beverages - including possibly that "healthy" fruit juice of yours - could be the reason behind your expanding waistline. And why governments like that of India where 22 percent women are...
If you are an ex-smoker wondering how to undo the lung damage done over years, tomatoes and fruits may be the key A study from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found the natural decline in lung function...
Being single does affect your heart after all Compared to married heart disease patients, being unmarried was associated with a higher risk of dying, according to new research in Journal of the American Heart Association, the Open Access Journal of...
Junk food is not only found to be bad for waist lines, but also bad for the teen brain That junk food and energy drinks (with excess sugar) cause unwanted weight gain in young adults is well known but a...
If you have trouble sleeping at night, a little tinted glass could come to your rescue. Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center have found that using amber-tinted glasses to selectively block blue light from smartphones and other devices in the...

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