Contracting Lifestyle Disease in Adulthood

A recent study has found that children are at risk of contracting lifestyle diseases in adulthood with waistlines which are more than half their height.

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Cover Your Ears on Public Transport

The study is the first to look at and quantify the number of noise people is exposed to, during their daily commute on the Toronto Transit System.

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Ten Crore Poor People to Get Health Insurance

A big ticket announcement of medical insurance cover for ten crore poor people in India recently has triggered a major debate whether the world’s largest healthcare scheme, being billed by many as Modicare on lines of Obamacare can be a runaway success or just another show?

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Insurance Needs to Go Global

Amid growing awareness for the insurance coverage due to the high cost involved in medical treatment at super specialty hospitals, InnoHEALTH magazine interviewed seasoned player of the insurance discipline Mr. Sethi, Vice President Insurance Foundation of India and sought answers for simple queries by people.

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Infertility No More a Curse; Scientists Develop New Artificial Ovary Prototype

Belgian researchers have taken important steps towards creating transplantable artificial ovaries. Once successful, these could be of value to women struggling with infertility or cancer patients who cannot conceive after undergoing radiation or chemotherapy.

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Caution! Energy Drinks Not Safe for Kids

A latest study has warned that the excessive levels of caffeine found in energy drinks can have adverse effects on cardiovascular, neurological, gastrointestinal, renal and endocrine systems, as well as psychiatric symptoms.

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Why head face pain keeps you furious?

People consistently rate pain of the head, face, eyeballs, ears and teeth as more disruptive, and more emotionally draining, than pain elsewhere in the body.

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Genetic link to heart disease in Indian population

A team of Indian researchers have discovered that carriers of a set of genetic variants in the Chromogranin A (CHGA) gene called‘CHGA promoter haplotype2’ may be at higher risk for cardiovascular and metabolic disorders.

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Regular consumption of fruits cuts death risk

People who consume around 375 to 500 grams of fruits, vegetables and dal per day are at a reduced risk of death by nearly 23 per cent, a new study published in The Lancethas found.

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Rural healthcare: Solutions lie in innovations

There are still many parts of the country where medical services are still not accessible. With the iKure’shealthcare delivery system, the dream of providing minimum health service to the rural parts of the country has become true.

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