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New York-- Apart from losing weight, a diet low in calories is also likely to increase vigour and improve sexual drive, finds a new...

CBD rollout shines light on Wild West of supplements

By Alwin Powell Harvard Staff Writer/Harvard Gazette With medical and recreational marijuana being legalized in states across the country, cannabis and related products are hitting an...

Low-calorie diet may improve cell performance

Sao Paulo-- Consuming low-calorie food may have a protective effect against some diseases as the number of calories a person eats directly influences the...

VR can identify early Alzheimer’s more accurately: Study

London-- Virtual reality (VR) technology can identify early Alzheimer's disease more accurately than 'gold standard' cognitive tests currently in use, says a study. The findings,...

Lifestyle changes to prevent diabetes can also cut cancer risk: Experts

By Gokul Bhagabati New Delhi-- It may sound exaggerated but the unprecedented growth in Type-2 diabetes over the past 15 years and the deadly rise...

Lung disease in middle-aged people may up dementia later

New York-- Middle-aged adults who have lung disease may be at a greater risk of developing dementia or cognitive impairment later in life, according...

Unhealthy gut bacteria may lead to high blood pressure

New York--Micro-organisms residing in the gut (microbiota) may play a role in the development of high blood pressure, suggests new research. This finding is "further...

Scientists develop preliminary universal influenza vaccine

New York-- Scientists have developed a new nanoparticle vaccine that could effectively protect mice against influenza A virus, providing a promising approach for developing...

Common food additive behind celiac disease trigger: Study

London-- A common food additive, used in sausages, cheese, bread, dairy, baked and other processed foods, could both cause and trigger celiac disease, warns...

Anjali Misra: Making preventive medicine more accessible

By Fatima Husain MIT News Office Anjali Misra spends a lot of time attending to those who need help the most. On a typical day, the...

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