Extreme Endurance Exercise Doesn’t Cause Damage to Heart- Study


You might have heard it a gazillion times that exercise is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle, albeit done in moderation, as too much exercise can

Avoiding Dairy Foods Without a Medical Diagnosis is Concerning- Experts

A vitamin Found in Milk Could Treat Chemotherapy-induced Nerve Pain

A stupendous number of women have stopped drinking milk and eating other dairy products such as cheese and butter, something which might be doing more harm than

Cleaning Grills With Loose Wire-bristle Brush May Cause Serious Health Hazard


A good quality wire brush is priority number one when it comes to cleaning of your grill. You need to be a little extra cautious when cleaning

Ditch Those Tampons for Menstrual Cups to Spice Up Your Sex Life

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Tampon users, please listen carefully! If you want a great sex life then switch from a tampon to a menstrual cup, suggests a new study. The menstrual

Air Pollution Could Increase Heart Disease Risk, New Study Finds


The ever-soaring air pollution level is having both acute and chronic effects on human health, and we have known about it for quite some time now. A

Teen Obesity? Blame Low Levels of Hormone Spexin!


Forget blaming the junk food advertising and endless hours sitting in front of the screen for your child’s obesity. Lower levels of a specific hormone maybe the

Men, Please Listen! Nagging Wife Can Help You Prevent, Control Diabetes


An unhappy marriage is known to have detrimental effects on the health of both husband and wife. But a strange and interesting new study indicates that a

Eat More Fruit During Pregnancy to Boost Your Child’s IQ, Study Suggests

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If you are expecting a baby, then listen carefully! Eat a lot of fruits to make your child smarter and cleverer, suggests a new study that found

Higher Salt Intake May Up Heart Problems in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease


High sodium (salt) consumption may significantly increase risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD), warns a new study. The study by Tulane

Triclosan in Soaps, Toothpastes Can Affect Gut Microbiota Diversity, Composition


An antimicrobial and antifungal compound found in many hygiene and personal care products ranging from hand soaps to shampoos to toothpaste can bring rapid changes in bacterial