Sleep apnea may lead to lung cancer at young age

Turns out, sleep apnea or simply a sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts, can lead to the growth of lung cancer...

Breast cancer screening not linked to life expectancy

According to a recent study, fewer and fewer women died from breast cancer in recent years, but surprisingly, the decline has been just as...

Sugar pills relieve chronic pain

According to a recent study, Someday doctors may prescribe sugar pills for certain chronic pain patients based on their brain anatomy and psychology. And...

Danish sperm donors are in high demand

Data released by the UK government in August revealed Danish semen to be most popular among single, middle-class, affluent and well-educated women across the...

Yoga, Ayurveda Key to wholesome wellness

61 percent of the deaths in India in the age group of 30 to 70 are due to non-communicable diseases such as heart disorders,...

Being fit can turn back your brain’s clock

Worried about staying mentally sharp as you grow older? According to a recent study, being physically active helps to keep your brain younger longer.The...

Vaping residue can transfer between rooms, new study finds

Nicotine and other chemicals exhaled by e-cigarette smokers can move through air vents, leaving residue on surfaces in other locations, a new study found.In...

Eat right to lose those extra inches

Aiming to lose weight? According to a study, choosing the wrong meal (no matter the quantity) can leave you craving for more.When it comes...

Scientists explain why smokers are more susceptible to the flu

New research has shed light on why some people are more susceptible to the flu than others, the Daily Mail reported. Studies in the past...

Caffeine may help individuals with kidney ailments live longer

Turns out, consuming more caffeine may help reduce the risk of death for people with chronic kidney disease.In a new study, researchers hypothesised that...

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