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    • Low Protein Levels May Increase Kidney Function Decline in Elderly

      Older adults with low blood levels of a circulating protein in the blood may be at an increased risk of experiencing decline in their kidney function, a study has found. The findings showed that higher blood levels of a protein called soluble klotho -- with ...

    • Childhood Asthma May Up Obesity Risk: Study

      If your child is suffering from asthma, they may be at higher obesity risk later in childhood or adolescence according to this new study. In fact, asthmatic children were 51 per cent more likely to become obese over the next decade.

    • Men Want Quick Results from Therapy, Women Happy to Talk

      Men prefer quick fixes whereas women prefer talking about their feelings during therapy to battle depression. According to this new study, men apparently commit suicide at three to four the rate in comparison to women, and yet men don't seek psychological help as much as ...

    • 'Very Serious' Air Pollution, Urgent Steps Needed: Supreme Court

      On Tuesday, the Supreme Court expressed concern over the increasing air pollution saying it was a "very serious problem" and solutions need to be found urgently.

    • 5 Fruits That Improve Your Natural Beauty

      Fruits are a natural source for enhancing beauty, as they are a powerhouse of antioxidants and contain some essential minerals in their natural form. Click here for 5 fruits that do wonders for your inner and outer beauty, according to Shahnaz Husain.

    • Exercise May Boost Memory, Brain Activity in Elderly

      To increase brain function and boost memory in older adults, it is important to maintain high levels of fitness through physical activity such as walking, jogging, swimming, or dancing. According to this study, the age-related changes in memory performance and brain activity largely depend on ...

    • Exercise and Healthy Diet May Reduce Effects of Malaria

      Exercising regularly and leading a healthy lifestyle can reduce the damage to the heart and skeletal muscles brought on by malaria. According to a new study, a healthy diet including fresh fruits and vegetables, and a right amount of protein is very important.

    • Eating Red Chilli May Help You Live Longer

      Want to live longer? Here's red chilli to your rescue. Researches say that eating hot red chilli peppers can lead to a 13 per cent reduction in total mortality, primarily in deaths due to heart disease or stroke.

    • Depression May be as Risky as Obesity and Cholesterol for Your Heart

      350 million people are affected by depression worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation. A new study found recently that depression may be as risky as obesity and cholesterol for your heart.

    • 20-Minute Exercise is All You Need to Reduce Inflammation

      If you take out 20 minutes daily for moderate exercise, it will boost your immunity and make you less prone to diseases like arthritis and fibromyalgia, according to a new study.

    • Excessive Marathon Practice Can Adversely Affect Heart

      As Mumbai full marathon approaches, doctors have urged participants not to practice excessively as it may have adverse affects on the heart, especially for the adults and senior citizens, said doctors.

    • Mumbai To Host Smoked Food Festival From January 13

      Over 15 restaurants will come up with more than 100 smoked preparations at the Smoked Food Festival, which will commence from January 13 here.

    • An Hour-Long Nap May Boost Memory, Thinking In Elderly

      An hour-long nap after lunch may help older adults to preserve their memories, improve their ability to think clearly as well as to make decisions, a study has found.

    • Mediterranean Diet For Healthy Brain

      A Mediterranean diet, comprising fruits, vegetables, olive oil and fish, may help older adults to retain more brain volume, researchers have found.

    • Gujarat Begins To Cull Birds After Avian Flu Scare

      As avian or bird flu reared its head in Gujarat after a decade, the state government sounded an alert and declared a 10-km radius around a poultry facility a 'regulated zone' and culled over 1,500 birds till Wednesday afternoon.

    • Vitamin D Deficiency May Up Chronic Headache Risk In Elderly Men

      Deficiency in the levels of Vitamin D may increase the risk of chronic headache in middle-aged and older men, according to a new study.

    • Why Obese Individuals Lack Motivation to Exercise

      Feeling too lazy to hit the gym or follow an exercise routine? Your altered dopamine receptors critical for movement may be the reason.

    • Cafes, Culinary Experiments and Hashtags: Rulers of The Gastronomical World

      A culinary visit to any eat-out remained incomplete without the "foodporn" and "foodgasm" hashtags, making 2016 a tummy-blessed foodilicious year.

    • Here's Why A Healthy Diet May Not Always Work

      People accustomed to a calorie-rich diet may not be able to reap the full benefits of switching to a healthy diet immediately due to the works of the bacterial community inside the gut, suggests new research.

    • Kardashian Jenner Family Donates 100 Gourmet Meals to Homeless

      The popular Kardashian-Jenner family spread some goodwill during the festive season by donating to the non-profit Red Eye, which focuses on humanitarian events in the entertainment industry.

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