5 natural tips to boost milk for a nursing mother

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BY N. LOTHUNGBENI HUMTSOE New Delhi-- Being a mother can be the most satisfying yet challenging role to play. A woman's life takes a complete...

Gout flare-ups may up heart attack, stroke risk for upto 120 days: Study

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London-- The risk of heart attacks and strokes temporarily increases in the four months after a gout flare, finds a study. The research, by experts...

Lifestyle hack: How much alcohol should you consume

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BY DR. AMRITA SINGH New Delhi-- The liver is a powerful organ that performs numerous complex functions for the body's normal operation. It is a...

Covid symptoms can rebound in nearly 1 in 3 people without Paxlovid: Study

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New York-- While there are reports of viral RNA and symptom rebound in people with Covid-19 treated with Pfizer's Paxlovid, a study led by...

US doctors perform 1st-ever heart transplant between 2 HIV-positive patients

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New York-- In a world first, the US doctors successfully performed HIV-positive to HIV-positive heart transplant. The patient, in her sixties, suffered from advanced heart...

How to deal with itchy eyes

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BY N. LOTHUNGBENI HUMTSOE New Delhi-- You are not alone if you feel the need to rub your eyes. Itchy eyes are a very common...

Smartphones may help improve your memory skills

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London-- Contrary to popular belief, a new study has found that smartphones and other digital devices could help improve memory skills rather than causing...

Consumption of ultra-processed foods may up dementia risk

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New York-- People who eat the highest amounts of ultra-processed foods like soft drinks, chips and cookies may have a higher risk of developing...

How chickenpox virus is linked to onset of Alzheimer’s disease

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New York-- An international team of researchers has found that varicella zoster virus (VZV), which commonly causes chickenpox and shingles, may activate herpes simplex...

High insulin dosage linked to cancer in Type-1 diabetes patients: Study

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New York-- Higher insulin dose is positively associated with cancer incidence, finds a study. The study, published in JAMA Oncology, looked at the correlation between...
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