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Indian-American Among Scientists To Identify New Potential Breast Cancer Drug

Indian-American Among Scientists To Identify New Potential Breast Cancer Drug
Scientists, including an Indian-American researcher, have identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer, giving hope to patients who have become resistant to traditional therapies.

Indian-American Among Scientists To Identify New Potential Breast Cancer Drug

Forgotten Benefits Of Breast Milk For The Newborn

Forgotten Benefits Of Breast Milk For The Newborn

Breast milk is recommended as the first source of nutrition for a newborn. It is considered as the sole source of nutrition for the first six months of life that helps an infant build growth for the lifetime. 

Forgotten Benefits Of Breast Milk For The Newborn

Avoid Processed Food, Ditch Hot Beverages For Healthy Teeth

Avoid Processed Food, Ditch Hot Beverages For Healthy Teeth

Sensitivity and trouble in jaw/teeth is a common thing during monsoon season. Avoid having steaming hot food or beverages and floss regularly, say experts.

Avoid Processed Food, Ditch Hot Beverages For Healthy Teeth

World Breastfeeding Week: Nursing Moms, Eat Your Way To Better Health

World Breastfeeding Week: Nursing Moms, Eat Your Way To Better Health

A mom-to-be's to-do-list usually shows a green checkmark next to ' healthy eating,' but once the baby arrives, the focus on food often fades away. However, if you're a nursing mom, you may want to continue those better eating practices.

World Breastfeeding Week: Nursing Moms, Eat Your Way To Better Health

Zika May Not Spread By Kissing: Study

Zika May Not Spread By Kissing: Study

Casual contact like kissing or sharing a fork or spoon does not increase the risk of transmission of Zika virus as the infection may not spread through saliva, US researchers have found.

Zika May Not Spread By Kissing: Study

Want To Keep Diabetes At Bay? Drink Alcohol

Want To Keep Diabetes At Bay? Drink Alcohol
Who knew alcohol consumption could also have a positive impact on our health!  It's not every day that medical studies say alcohol could be good for you but according to a recent study, drinking alcohol can significantly protect against diabetes.

Want To Keep Diabetes At Bay? Drink Alcohol