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Compound in Red Wine Could Help Address Hormonal Imbalance in Women

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Yet another study has proved that red wine is good for health! This time, the fresh evidence has come out showing that moderate red wine consumption could

Eating Cheese With Wine Actually Makes Your Vino Taste Better, Study Suggests

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Aroma is so important when it comes to tasting and enjoying a wine. But, what if you have inexpensive, less-than-impressive bottle of wine? How can we get

Type 1 Diabetes Patients On Insulin Pumps May Benefit From Aerobic Exercise

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Type 1 diabetes patients on insulin pumps can benefit from adding aerobic exercise to their standard treatment, suggests a new study. Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is chronic

Spinach Can Enhance Sports Performance at High Altitudes

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Consuming nitrate-rich green veggies like spinach can give a significant boost to an individual’s sports performance, particularly at high altitudes where oxygen levels are lower, a new

Warning! Too Many Dental Fillings May Raise Mercury Levels in Blood

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Since our body cannot repair a hole formed in the tooth itself, an increasing number of people are choosing dental fillings to fix their decayed teeth. But

Eat Apples, Lettuce, Mint Leaves to Quickly Remove Garlic Breath

Ladies! Eat Fruits and Vegetables to Beat Middle Age Blues

Do you love pizza with extra garlic or garlic mushroom starter but often avoid having them due to the reason they produce stingy bad breath odour? Well,

Cheers! Beer Makes You Happier, Less Shy About Sex- Study

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Drinking a glass of beer makes us friendlier, happier and more sociable in the company of others. It affects the way we see specific emotions and makes

Female Nurses At Increased Risk of Suicide, Study Finds

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Women in the healthcare professions are at a greater risk of suicide, compared to women in other professions, finds a new Australian study. According to the study

Laughter-based Exercise May Boost Health in Older Adults – Study

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Incorporating intentional laughter into an exercise program could improve older adults’ mental health, suggests a new study from Georgia State University (GSU). Apart from making older adults

Stress Can Decrease Your Chances of Getting Pregnant, Study Reveals

Even Recovered Acute Kidney Injury Complicates Pregnancy

High levels of stress can greatly influence a woman’s ability to become pregnant, suggests a new study. Women who are highly stressed during ovulation window are less