Managing diabetes & metabolic syndrome with naturopathy

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BY DR. CIJITH SREEDHAR New Delhi-- Diabetes or Metabolic syndrome contributes to 2.5-fold increased cardiovascular mortality and a five-fold higher risk of developing diabetes. According...

Covid virus alters RNA in infected cells, shows study

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Sao Paulo-- For the first time, scientists have shown that infection by Covid virus changes the functioning of host cell RNA, providing clues as...

Green tea, red wine can reduce Alzheimer’s plaques sans side effects

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New York-- Daily intake of green tea and an occasional glass of red wine may help reduce plaques in the brain associated with Alzheimer's...

Covid vax leads to higher antibody levels in pregnant women, babies

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New York-- Pregnant women, who received one of the mRNA Covid-19 vaccines, had 10-fold higher antibody concentrations than those who were naturally infected with...

Indians gained 1.5 kg due to sugar binge during the Diwali week: Report

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Bangalore-- The overall sugar consumption of Indians went up by 32 per cent between October 22 to 27, during the Diwali week - an...

Prolonged exposure to PM2.5 can put people at greater heart attack risk

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New Delhi-- If you have an underlying heart condition, avoid polluted air in the Delhi-NCR region as researchers now report that higher exposure to...

Spike in flu, RSV, Covid cases overwhelm US healthcare facilities

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Washington-- The US continues to witness an unusual and early spike in flu and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infections on top of a new...

How beer may help protect people against Alzheimer’s disease

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New Delhi-- Certain compounds found in beer hops, the source of bitterness, aroma, and flavour in beer, can even help protect against Alzheimer's disease...

The importance of a workout regime to check diabetes

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BY CHANDNI HALDURAI New Delhi-- Physical activity or a regular workout regime is a key element in managing type 2 diabetes. Until recently studies showing...

1 in 5 patients recall near-death experiences after surviving cardiac arrest

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New York-- One in five people who survive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) after cardiac arrest may describe lucid experiences of death that occurred while they...
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