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Explore the Evolution of Personal Hygiene

By Faiza Elmasry Frequent hand-washing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds is recommended by health experts to help prevent exposure to COVID-19....

What Caused Lifestyle Diseases Amid Lockdown? Know Here

By Ashish Srivastava The impact of Covid-19 has been far-reaching, and in ways, no one could have imagined. It impacted the health directly and in...

Pasteurising Human Milk Inactivates the Virus that Causes Covid-19: Study

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that pasteurising human milk inactivates the virus that causes Covid-19. "While there is no evidence that...

Heavy Cigarette Smoking Leads To Complex Health Issues: Study

Each cigarette smoked a day by heavy smokers increases the risk of contracting several diseases by more than 30 per cent, warn researchers. The study,...

Vaccinations Against Diseases in ‘Alarming Decline’ Due to COVID-19, Says UN

There has been an alarming decline in the number of children getting vaccinated for such preventable diseases as diphtheria, tetanus, and measles, the United...

Breathing Dirty Air Can Make You More Prone To Diabetes, Obesity and other Chronic illnesses: Study

Breathing dirty air takes a heavy toll on gut bacteria, boosting risk of obesity, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders and other chronic illnesses, a new study...

Hazardous Dangers Caused by Pest Repellants

By Dinesh Kumar Repellents offer notable convenience when it comes to keeping away biting and stinging pests. They work by interfering with the natural mechanisms...

Saliva can Help Detect Surplus Body Fat in Teenagers: Study

In addition to keeping the mouth moist and protecting us against germs, saliva can also be used for early detection of the risk of...

Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables Reduces Risk of Memory Loss and Heart Diseases

Health and lifestyle researchers have found that high consumption of fruit and vegetables is linked to lowered odds of memory loss and its co-morbid...

Women Tend to Get Better Sleep Than Men: Report

A new fitness report has suggested that close to 19 per cent of women suffer from some kind of menstrual issues which is one...

Full Vaccination of Children Reduces the Risk of Hospitalisation: Study

According to a latest health news researchers have found that fully vaccinated children reduced the risk of hospitalisation for complications associated with influenza by...

India Registers an Uptick in Diabetes and Thyroid: Report

As India registered an increase in lifestyle diseases including diabetes and thyroid, a new report suggests that women are unhealthier than men, and Chandigarh...

Gut Infections may Increase Risk of Developing IBS: Study

For some people, a bout of intestinal distress like traveler's diarrhea leads to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Recent discoveries have given researchers a better...

This New Method Can Improve The Development of New Medicines

A new mathematical framework on molecular interactions will make it easier and more efficient for scientists to develop new medicines and other therapies for...

Immediate Health Aid by WHO Protects Vulnerable Population from Health Threats

The World Health Organization reports investigations into potential health threats and the quick response by WHO and partners to global emergencies has protected millions...

Not Boiled Coffee But Filtered Coffee May Protect you from Type 2 Diabetes: Study

In a good news for coffee lovers, researchers have found that coffee can help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes - but...

Children of Diabetic Mothers May Develop Heart Risks: Study

Children of mothers with diabetes have increased rates of early onset cardiovascular disease or CVD (conditions affecting the heart or blood vessels) from childhood...

Brushing Teeth Frequently May Lower Risks of Heart Failure: Study

Brushing teeth frequently is linked with lower risks of atrial fibrillation and heart failure, according to a new study. Tooth brushing three or more times...

Mucous Tissues’ Wound Healing Might Prevent AIDS: Study

Wound healing events in mucous tissues during early infection by Simian Immunodeficiency Virus, or SIV, guard some primate species against developing AIDS, a new...

Climate Change Would Affect Health Of Indian Children: Lancet

Children in India will be particularly vulnerable to the ill effects of climate change such as worsening air quality, higher food prices and rise...

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People Avoid Masks Due to Breathing Problems: Study

When it came to non-compliance towards covering the face, breathing problems have emerged as a key reason, with 50 percent listing it in a...

Women More Vulnerable to Uncurbed Diabetes

Traditionally, women play the role of caregivers in India when it comes to families and their health. They prioritize the health of their loved...

Australia Rescuing Helpless Beached Whales

Rescuers of Australia are trying to save scores of beached whales on the shore in the state of Tasmania. Earlier this week, a pod...

Hydroponic Farm Method Making its way in India

The rows of lettuce, microgreens, and herbs that Himanshu Aggarwal and his mother grow in an enclosed room in a busy New Delhi market...