Friday, November 24, 2017
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Meditation, Yoga Can 'Reverse' Stress-Causing DNA Reactions

Meditation, Yoga Can 'Reverse' Stress-Causing DNA Reactions

Practising mind-body interventions such as meditation, yoga and Tai Chi daily may not only relax you but could also reverse the molecular reactions in the DNA that causes stress as well as boost well-being, according to a study.

Meditation, Yoga Can 'Reverse' Stress-Causing DNA Reactions

India Has Second Highest Number Of Obese Children In The World: Study

India Has Second Highest Number Of Obese Children In The World: Study

At 14.4 million, India has the second largest number of obese children in the world after China, according to a study conducted in Washington.

India Has Second Highest Number Of Obese Children In The World: Study

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Indian-Origin Scientist Develops New Drug To Treat Blood Cancer

Indian-Origin Scientist Develops New Drug To Treat Blood Cancer
A new drug for blood cancer that may provide better treatment alone or combined with chemotherapy has been developed by a team led by an Indian-origin scientist.

Indian-Origin Scientist Develops New Drug To Treat Blood Cancer

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Home Blood Pressure Monitors Wrong 70 Per Cent Of Time

Home Blood Pressure Monitors Wrong 70 Per Cent Of Time

Seventy per cent of readings from home blood pressure monitors are unacceptably inaccurate, which could have serious implications for people relying on them to make informed health decisions, a new study warns.

Home Blood Pressure Monitors Wrong 70 Per Cent Of Time

Beware Pregers! Drinking Coke May Up Risk Of Obesity In Your Kid

Beware Pregers! Drinking Coke May Up Risk Of Obesity In Your Kid

Beware would-be-mommies! A study has found that daily consumption of artificially-sweetened beverages during pregnancy could result your child being obese.

Beware Pregers! Drinking Coke May Up Risk Of Obesity In Your Kid

'Forceps, Vacuum Deliveries More Traumatic Than C-Section'

'Forceps, Vacuum Deliveries More Traumatic Than C-Section'

Compared to Caesarean section deliveries, midpelvic deliveries with forceps and vacuum may cause greater trauma to mothers and babies, a new study has said.

'Forceps, Vacuum Deliveries More Traumatic Than C-Section'