350 million diabetics to double in 20 years

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By Rachel V. Thomas New Delhi--Diabetes, a silent killer in the vast list of innumerable diseases especially associated with the urban population and the third...

You Can Do Something About Urinary Incontinence: A Physical Therapist’s Perspective

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By Falguni Vashi The expression “I laughed so hard I peed my pants” is often said jokingly. But there is nothing funny about it. Urinary...

High-carb shakes can hamper heart function

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New York-- Drinking a high carbohydrate shake can have an acute and detrimental effect on heart function, scientists, including an Indian-origin researcher, have found. Researchers...

Prolonged daily sitting causes four percent of deaths globally

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New York-- Sitting for more than three hours per day is responsible for nearly four percent of deaths in the world, shows an analysis...

Chhibber Talks About Healing Relationships Through Energy Medicine and Vaastu Shastra at Women’s Forum

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BURLINGTON, MA—Investigative journalist-turned Energy Healer and Vaastu consultant Kavita Chhibber on Sunday presented an interactive lecture entitled “Healing Relationships Through Energy Medicine and Vaastu...

Time to take robotic surgery to the masses

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By Nishant Arora New Delhi--Multi-disciplinary robotic surgery has proved its efficacy in India in just five years and it is now time for the government...

Alcohol and heart risk, by the minute

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By Alvin Powell Harvard Staff Writer A daily drink or two is good for you, studies have shown, but new findings introduce a caveat: a temporary...

Lung Association Seeks To Educate Health Professionals about Lung Cancer

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FRAMINGHAM, MA – The American Lung Association of the Northeast will educate physicians, respiratory therapists, nurses and other health professionals about lung cancer screening...

Why some people are more prone to anxiety

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London--People suffering from anxiety perceive the world in a fundamentally different way than others, a finding that may help explain why certain people are...

A simple way to help prevent food allergies in kids

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 By Claire McCarthy, MD Faculty Editor, Harvard Health Publications Want to prevent your child from being allergic to peanuts or eggs? Here’s what the latest research...
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