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Vitamin D plays a protective role in young children with asthma

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...

Demystifying LDL and HDL – the bad and good cholesterol

They clog your arteries and make your heart vulnerable. But not all cholesterol is bad. Medibulletin takes you through bad and good cholesterol The terms...

Children who have eczema are more likely to have food allergies

Scientists find skin of children with both food allergy and eczema are different Atopic dermatitis, or eczema a common inflammatory skin condition also known as...

Sitting/lying down increase cardiovascular risks in older women

Study estimates reducing sitting or lying down time by just an hour can lessen cardiovascular risks A new study has found that the longer older...

Psoriasis drugs may work in coronary heart disease too

Treatment of Psoriasis with biologic drugs improved coronary artery disease plaque in one year Anti-inflammatory biologic drugs used to treat severe psoriasis have the potential...

Too much screen time can change the structure of kids’ brains

Kids who spend more than two hours a day on screens got lower scores in thinking and language testsThe US government has launched a...

Soy-based formula milk can aggravate menstrual pain

Study finds infants who were fed soy based formula milk suffered worse menstrual pains in later life Soy-based formula milk in babies can lead to...

Radiation from 2G & 3G phones linked to cancerous tumours

Study commissioned by the USFDA and done over 10 years concludes after animal studies The National Toxicology Program (NTP) in the United States of America...

8 cups of coffee per day is associated with lower risk...

New study shows regardless of how the body metabolises caffeine, eight or more cups of coffee per day associated with lower mortality All those warnings...

NIH researchers reveal why iron aggravates malaria infection

Iron deficiency may in fact give some amount of protection against the mosquito borne infection Malaria parasites invade red blood cells, consume copious amounts of...

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PMJAY data can be game-changer for public health programmes in India

Experts and government officials agree on importance of PMJAY data in framing public health policies, emphasise importance of data protection Experts from the government and...

Big tobacco bringing same market strategy into sugary drinks

Study shows how learnings from tobacco have been used to push sell sugar sweetened beverages Tobacco conglomerates once used colors, flavors and marketing techniques to...