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New Delhi, May 2 (ANI): On the eve of World Asthma Day, a senior doctor attached with the Fortis Hospital group threw light on the dire consequences of the disease.
Nehru died due to shock of India-China war: Mulayam Singh Apr 30, 9:13 pm
Etawah, (Uttar Pradesh), Apr.30 (ANI): In what may trigger a fresh controversy, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday said that India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru died due to 'shock' he suffered after 1962 India-China war, and not due to any disease.
Inhalation therapy, a key to win big against asthma Apr 28, 6:59 am
New Delhi, Apr 28 (ANI): When we think of Asthma, we picture a sneezing or a wheezing individual who seems to be perpetually ill. But is this the case every time? Often we try to run away from the harsh reality of the disease and ignore it, making the situation worst.
Rotational shiftwork puts women at increased heart risk Apr 27, 1:09 pm
Washington D.C, Apr 27 (ANI): Can changing work shifts risk your heart? Yes, according to a recent study.
Reverse symptoms of Alzheimer, Parkinson found Apr 26, 1:12 pm
Washington D.C., April 26 (ANI): A new study describes an innovative strategy that reverses symptoms in the neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer and Parkinson, at least in fruit flies which had been genetically altered to model the diseases.
South Africa vows to be malaria free by 2018 Apr 25, 7:00 pm
Cape Town (South Africa), Apr.25 (ANI): Commemorating World Malaria Day on Monday, the health department of the South African government took a vow to eliminate the disease in the country by 2018.
Diabetes can take its toll on your ears too Apr 25, 10:49 am
Washington D.C, Apr 25 (ANI): Being one of the cruellest of diseases, diabetes not only shortens life expectancy, but it also seriously compromises quality of life in the process.
Mediterranean diet cuts stroke risk in heart patients Apr 25, 7:45 am
Washington D.C, Apr 25 (ANI): If you want to keep your heart ticking over, then go for a 'Mediterranean' diet as a recent study suggests that it can lower the risk of heart attacks and strokes in cardiovascular disease patients.
Losing one's way may be earliest sign of Alzheimer's Apr 24, 7:14 am
Washington D.C, Apr 24 (ANI): If you don't remember your way around, then it could be an early sign of Alzheimer's disease, according to a recent study.
Controlled BP, cholesterol can ward off heart disease in oldies Apr 23, 11:53 am
Washington D.C, Apr 23 (ANI): Age modifies the link between blood pressure, cholesterol and adverse cardiovascular outcome in older adults and now, a new study suggests that older patients are not too old to benefit from individualized preventive heart therapy.
Fructose puts you at risk of wide range of diseases Apr 23, 10:36 am
Washington D.C, Apr 23 (ANI): Just when you thought fruit sugar is a healthier way to sweeten things, a team of researchers found that fructose actually wreaks havoc on your health.
Go green to ward off chronic diseases Apr 22, 10:44 am
Washington D.C, Apr 22 (ANI): A recent study has revealed that green neighbourhoods lead to reduction in chronic diseases.
3D human heart tissue created from stem cells Apr 21, 2:06 pm
Washington D.C., April 21 (ANI): A recent study has found out new way to create three-dimensional human heart tissue from stem cells which can be used to model disease and test drugs, and it opens the door for a precision medicine approach to treating heart disease.
NATHEALTH reports key requirement to battle diabetes Apr 21, 1:19 pm
New Delhi, Apr 21 (ANI): Alarming increase in Diabetes cases among Indians calls for high-impact public health interventions to check and prevent this lifestyle disease. Stakeholders of the health sector gear up to extend full support to the government in this battle.
Washington D.C., April 20 (ANI): If you often find yourself being lonely and away from the social world, then you are risking your health.
Coffee beneficial for patients with liver disease Apr 18, 5:50 pm
Gurgaon (Haryana), Apr.18 (ANI): Coffee is beneficial for health in general and particularly for patients with liver disease, said Dr. Manav Wadhawan, Senior Consultant, Fortis Escorts Liver and Digestive Diseases Institute.
This vaccine switch may soon make polio history Apr 18, 10:47 am
London, Apr 18 (ANI): The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched a new vaccine swap to eradicate the last few strains of the disease in 150 different countries.
Waist not weight puts you at greater liver disease risk Apr 17, 11:32 am
Washington D.C, Apr 17 (ANI): When it comes to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease complications, it is waist that matters, not the weight, according to a recent study.
Parasitic worms can help treat inflammatory bowel disease Apr 15, 8:18 am
Washington D.C, Apr 15 (ANI): A recent study has suggested that a certain type of parasitic worm has the potential to actually help treat the inflammatory bowel disease.
Arm-to-arm difference in BP ups heart attack risk Apr 15, 7:09 am
Washington D.C, Apr 15 (ANI): You may want to get your blood pressure checked in both arms as a recent study has suggested that a difference between the two readings can give an early warning about increased risk of heart disease.
Coffee strong enough to ward off fatty liver disease Apr 14, 10:56 am
Washington D.C, Apr 14 (ANI): Want to keep your liver healthy? Keep on chugging that coffee. A new study has revealed that drinking high volumes of java each day can help you keep non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) at bay.
Lab grown beta cells may soon make diabetes history Apr 13, 10:16 am
Washington D.C, Apr 13 (ANI): A team of researchers has brought the end of diabetes closer to reality by announcing a new breakthrough that could lead directly to a cure and not just a treatment for the disease.
STIs, peer pressure drove ancient humans to monogamy Apr 13, 7:57 am
Washington D.C, Apr 13 (ANI): According to a recent study, the root of marriage can be traced back to nothing romantic, rather it may have been started just to avoid sexually transmitted diseases (STIs).
Aspirin benefits outweigh risks in some patients Apr 12, 7:51 am
Washington D.C, Apr 12 (ANI): People who take daily aspirin to stave off heart disease may be inviting more benefit than harm, according to a government-appointed panel of independent experts.
Daily aspirin can keep you `hearty` in your 50s Apr 12, 7:51 am
Washington D.C, Apr 12 (ANI): People in their 50s with risk factors for cardiovascular disease can benefit from popping one aspirin daily, says a government-appointed panel of independent experts.
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