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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Hospitals designing bats for a fresh look

A New Book–Planning and Designing Healthcare Facilities: A Lean, Innovative and Evidence based approach by Dr V.K. Singh and Prof. Paul Lillrank call for a fresh approach in designing new age hospitals in the wake of emerging new normal in the healthcare sector.

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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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Alcohol addiction: Counselling can be of great help

Alcohol abuse contributes to illness and premature deaths in a big way. It is also associated with several socio-economic consequences such loss of earnings and domestic violence.

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Molecular mechanics controlling the circadian rhtythm

For many years we have known that living organisms, including humans, have an internal, biological clock that helps them anticipate and adapt to the regular rhythm of the day. Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael W. Young and Michael Rosbash 2017 Nobel Prize winners discovered molecular mechanism controlling the circadian rhythm

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