Low back pain is the leading cause of disability

A 2008 survey of all registered physiotherapists in Maharashtra (India) showed that 46 percent of physiotherapists advised patients with low back pain to rest.

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Socioeconomic Inequalities in the UK

Socioeconomic inequalities in children’s weight reversed in the UK between 1953 and 2015. The 2001 cohort was taller, heavier and had a higher BMI.

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Cyber-Biosecurity: Are we ready?

Bertrand Russell once said, ‘War doesn’t determine who is right−only who is left”, thus ‘we need to update, upgrade and be prepared for our own survival’.

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Reason of Aggression After Drink

A new research has found the reason for aggression among people after the drink is because of changes in the working of the prefrontal cortex.

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Monkeys go for Spa therapy

Monkeys go to Spa therapy to fight weather stress, WHAT ABOUT YOU? You might be virtually on frypan in scorching summer

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Insomnia – A Short Communication Study

Insomnia is related to sleep physiological and cognitive arousal which interferes with sleep. The more an individual strives to sleep, the more frustration builds. The more impairs sleep. It is also associated with other psychological complaints like fatigue, boredom decreased energy and mood disturbances.

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Skin Patch to Detect ‘Silent’ Heart Attacks

The 16-year-old says that he investigated a novel concept that could potentially allow patients to detect silent heart attack by non-invasively sensing the FABP3 biomarker in the bloodstream.

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130 Mm Hg Is the New Reading for High B.P.

According to American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Guidelines the high blood pressure is now defined as readings of 130 mm Hg and higher for the systolic blood pressure measurement, or readings of 80 and higher for the diastolic measurement.

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Rotating night shifts may trigger Type 2 diabetes

If you work periodically on night shifts, it is more likely that you may develop Type 2 diabetics than those who only work during days.

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World’s first cloned monkeys

The first primate clones made by somatic cell nuclear transfer are two genetically identical long-tailed macaques born recently at the Institute of Neuroscience of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. Researchers named the newborns ZhongZhong and Hua Hua.

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