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Drinking six or more cups of coffee per day may up CVD risk

Sydney: If you drink a lot of coffee throughout the day, it can increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), a new study suggests. The findings,...

Irregular sleep schedules linked to depression

New York: Getting fewer hours of sleep or staying up late most nights can increase the risk of depression, a new study suggests. The findings,...

Your cardiovascular health also impacts your brain metabolism: Study

People with cardiovascular risk factors also exhibit a low metabolism in brain regions, according to a study published in the Journal of the American...

Drinks, drugs up premature heart disease in youngsters: Study

New York: Recreational drinking, smoking, and drug use are linked to premature heart disease in young people, particularly among younger women, a new study...

Everything you need to know about skin toners

New Delhi: There is a common misconception that we all seem to have when it comes to toners. We feel that they are needed...

Gujarat’s first trans doctor freezes sperm to become a mother in future

New Delhi: In a first of its kind, a trans woman from Gujarat, Dr Jesnoor Dayara, preserved her sperms at Dr Nayana Patel’s hospital...

Aspirin preferred post-surgery for children to prevent blood clots: Study

Washington: The findings of a new study suggest that aspirin should be favoured over warfarin in order to prevent blood clotting in children who...

New research reveals main comorbidities linked to Covid-19 deaths

Canberra: A new research by Australia's Griffith University has found cancer, chronic kidney disease, diabetes and hypertension are the four main comorbidities leading to...

Long-term stress linked to increased risk of heart attack

London: Taking stress may not be good for your heart as a new study suggests that long-term stress may lead to increased risk of...

Paid maternity leave linked to long-term health benefits

New York: Paid maternity leave has major mental and physical health benefits for mothers and children -- including reduced rates of postpartum depression and...

Here’s how osteoporosis treatment got affected by COVID-19 pandemic

Switzerland: A worldwide survey of medical care providers by the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF), the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), and the European Society for...

How research on chronic illnesses will improve COVID-19 treatment

London: A new paper in Oxford Open Immunology, published by Oxford University Press, examines prior findings in the field of neuroimmunology that suggest potential...

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Potential therapy to prevent, treat endometrial cancer recurrence

New York: Researchers have found that endocrine-targeted therapies and an assessment of biomarkers in sex hormone and insulin signalling pathways may be useful in...

Positive encouragement may up academic outcomes in school kids

New York: Offering students more positive encouragement not only reduces disruptive classroom behaviour, but can improve students' academic and social outcomes, say researchers. The findings,...

Being lonely ups risk of Internet addiction: Study

London: Loneliness has become increasingly prevalent among adolescents, who spend longer and longer periods of time online, says a new study. "In the coronavirus period,...

Consumption of too much coffee can take a toll on your heart health, finds study

Adelaide: Consumption of too much coffee can take a toll on your heart health, suggested the findings of a new study. The researchers from...