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Rice increases exposure to arsenic!

Rice increases exposure to arsenic!

An unprecedented probe into high levels of arsenic in groundwater strengthens suspicions that eating rice boosts exposure to the poison.

2013-11-18 23:07:31
Top 4 foods to stay alert at work

Top 4 foods to stay alert at work

Soon after lunch, people experience afternoon sprawl. Citrus fruits or dark chocolates can help you in being more productive at work.

2013-11-17 10:45:41
Health don’t rely on vitamins

Health don’t rely on vitamins

Americans spend nearly $12 billion each year on vitamin supplements, hoping they will steer us away from diseases like cancer and heart attacks. But it turns out they’re just a drain on our wallets.

2013-11-17 02:32:41
800 received free health check-up

800 received free health check-up

A total of 24 Crore people are affected from Diabetes in the world by 2025 the number will rise to 38 crore.

2013-11-16 08:19:01
11 foods that are changing the world

11 foods that are changing the world

As far as food sources go, there are few better than insects: the average grasshopper, for example, is low-cost, low-calorie, exists in abundance, and contains 29% of your daily protein value.

2013-11-15 23:12:11
10 pc people will have diabetes by 2035

10 pc people will have diabetes by 2035

The International Diabetes Federation released a report Thursday that said that 10 percent of the global population will have diabetes by 2035.

2013-11-15 04:50:23
BRAC to cure TB patients

BRAC to cure TB patients

Tuberculosis is curable. Now it is not a death cause disease. If a tuberculosis affected person eats full course drug regularly, they will be cured normally.

2013-11-13 06:34:19
Mother’s exercise helps child’s brain maturity

Mother’s exercise helps child’s brain maturity

A research claimed that women who exercise in pregnancy boost the brain development of their newborn babies and the effect could benefit children for the rest of their lives.

2013-11-13 06:32:52
A smarter way to prevent heart attack

A smarter way to prevent heart attack

The well-established strategy among doctors for reducing cardiovascular disease has been to lower bad cholesterol, or LDL, to specific targets (below 100 or below 70 for people at high risk). No more. New clinical guidelines unveiled Tuesday take a more broad approach to assess a patient’s risk of heart disease and to prescribe twice as many Americans (one third of all adults) cholesterol-lowering statin drugs, the Wall Street Journal reports.

2013-11-13 01:12:22
9 socking food facts

9 socking food facts

Think you know the rules about healthy foods and can pick the best-for-you fruit from the produce section? These facts might surprise you.

2013-11-12 02:24:55
Scan predicts heart attack risk

Scan predicts heart attack risk

A new way of scanning the heart can identify those who may be at high risk of a heart attack, early tests suggest.

2013-11-11 00:56:05
US leads developed world in premature births

US leads developed world in premature births

It could be an old-style good-news/bad-news joke if not for one detail: There`s nothing funny about it. According to a "report card" just issued by the March of Dimes, the rate of premature births in the United States has fallen for the past six years straight. Even after such a dramatic improvement, however, the number remains shockingly high.

2013-11-10 00:58:33
Gene helping old tissues act young indentified

Gene helping old tissues act young indentified

Wouldn’t it be nice to keep young tissues’ ability to repair wounds and bound back after injury?

2013-11-09 00:17:19
Your skin says about how long you’ll live

Your skin says about how long you’ll live

Here’s even more reason to worry about wrinkles — women with fewer age lines tend to have lower blood pressure, a lower risk of heart disease and stroke and a greater chance of outliving their more wrinkled friends.

2013-11-08 03:45:58
US moves to ban trans fats in foods

US moves to ban trans fats in foods

US food safety officials have taken steps to ban the use of trans fats, saying they are a threat to health. Trans fats, also known as partially hydrogenated oils, are no longer "generally recognised as safe", said the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

2013-11-07 23:40:31