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Undisturbed Sleep Keeps High BP Problem at Bay

Undisturbed Sleep Keeps High BP Problem at Bay

One might have heard many reasons from his doctor for getting diagnosed with high blood pressure, but would not have ever heard of the word ‘sleep’. Yes, sleep and that too undisturbed one keeps a person at bay from hypertension.

A Rare Inherited Gene Keeps Human Thin: Study

A Rare Inherited Gene Keeps Human Thin: Study

A newly developed gene is believed to be capable of curing a person suffering from the condition of obesity.

Dutch Soldiers’ Brain under Treatment for Emotional Trauma

Dutch Soldiers’ Brain under Treatment for Emotional Trauma

In a shocking revelation, it has come to light that a clan of Dutch researchers has probed into mental and emotional concerns attached with war soldiers.

Study Links Eating Pace of Women with Increased BMI

Study Links Eating Pace of Women with Increased BMI

Women who are quick eaters are more prone to become obese than the slow eaters, a study by the Otago University researchers has revealed.

The researchers examined around 1,500 New Zealand women aged between 40 and 50 and analyzed the link between their pace of eating and their body mass index (BMI).

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Bacteria Said To Be Reason For Millions Of Deaths In 14th Century

Bacteria Said To Be Reason For Millions Of Deaths In 14th Century

Yet again a case from history has been taken up to conduct a research and Canadian scientists who conducted the research said they have taken up a case which was 700 years old.

Be careful with Breast Implants!

Be careful with Breast Implants!

Looking stunning and hot is a desire which runs in the veins of all human beings. Just to look attractive we think of going through a cosmetic surgery which will make us stand out from the crowd and few even take the risk of undergoing surgeries like breast implants. But before you decide to go for breast surgery there are few things that should be kept in mind.

Low Calorie Lunch Does Not Increase Appetite: Study

Low Calorie Lunch Does Not Increase Appetite: Study

A study due to be published in the journal Appetite states that a low calorie intake in lunch does not need to be compensated while having dinner.

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Statins Useful In Treating Respiratory Diseases

Statins Useful In Treating Respiratory Diseases

In a recent study, it has been revealed that ‘statins’ that are usually used for the treatment of heart diseases might be useful in treating respiratory illnesses as well. It was further added that they can be used for preventing deaths due to infections and respiratory diseases.

A Further Look into Acne Care Required: Study

A Further Look into Acne Care Required: Study

Acne is a very common problem among teenagers and they spend a huge sum to purge these acnes and their left out marks even though they are not sure of the treatment’s ability.

Researchers Determined to Produce an Anti-UV Rays Capsule

Researchers Determined to Produce an Anti-UV Rays Capsule

Inspired from the anti-UV feature of Coral, researchers from King's College London have taken up a research, which aims to discover capsules that can protect humans from the harmful UV rays.

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