Soy foods help reduce breast cancer recurrence

This work suggests it is okay to continue consuming soy foods during breast cancer treatment

New York: Overturning prevalent suggestions that breast cancer patients should not to eat soy foods, new research has found that long-term consumption of these foods actually reduces the risk of the disease recurring. This work suggests it is okay to continue consuming soy foods during breast cancer treatment “This work suggests it is okay to More...

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During the study, dogs were observed for 30 minutes in a room with their owners
By IANS On Sunday, April 19th, 2015
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Dogs bond with humans like babies

London: The “mutual gaze” between dogs and their owners can lead to a bond that is similar to the one between a mother and child, a team of Japanese scientists have revealed. During the study, dogs were More...

Young healthy females may not need any intervention
By Agencies On Sunday, April 19th, 2015
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Obesity has six types not one

London: There are six different types of obese people and targeting them by type results in better treatment than a one-size-fits-all approach, says a study. Young healthy females may not need any intervention The More...

Body-hugging jeans grip tightly around the waist, hips, thighs and calves and can create strain
By IANS On Friday, April 17th, 2015
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Being fashionable may cause back pain

New Delhi: Wearing tight clothes or figure-hugging shape wear may lead to nerve compression in your back and also restrict your hip bone movement, putting pressure on your spine and leading to backache, says an More...

It has 89 percent of water content with nutritional values
By IANS On Friday, April 17th, 2015
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Top foods to hydrate body in summer

New Delhi: When the temperature soars, dehydration becomes one of the major problems. An expert suggests that people consider food as a source of water. It has 89 percent of water content with nutritional values “One More...

The study was published in the journal Stem Cells
By Agencies On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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Soon, an injection to reverse age-related vision loss

New York: An injection of stem cells into the eye may soon slow or reverse the effects of early-stage age-related disorder that causes vision loss, shows a promising study. The study was published in the journal More...

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By IANS On Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
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Vitamin E deficiency can damage brain

New York: Eating diets rich in vitamin E can help you stay sharp as researchers have found that deficiency of this vitamin may cause damage to brain cells. Vitamin E deficiency may interrupt a supply line of specific More...

These eating patterns are thought to cause high blood pressure
By Agencies On Monday, April 13th, 2015
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Eating out linked to high blood pressure

New York: Love to eat out often — Take care because this may not go down well with your blood pressure, says a new study. These eating patterns are thought to cause high blood pressure Eating meals away from More...

Elevated butyrate levels are linked to a reduction in cholesterol
By IANS On Thursday, April 9th, 2015
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French connection: Have cheese for super heart health

London: Do you know why the French have low cardiovascular diseases despite having a diet high in saturated fats? It is not because of wine or their lifestyle but another French staple: Cheese and its metabolism. Elevated More...

Husbands were more sensitive to wives' stress than the reverse
By IANS On Thursday, April 9th, 2015
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Stressed wife can make husband’s BP go haywire

London: Wives, please take note! Fighting over trivial issues at home can raise your hubby’s blood pressure to such an extent that he may suffer heart problems sooner in life. Husbands were more sensitive More...