Temporary Oxygen Deprivation Could Cure Jet Lag- Study


Sleep disruption and jet lag can take a toll on the body of long distance travelers. Now scientists have come up with a unique idea to combat

Compound in Red Wine Could Help Address Hormonal Imbalance in Women


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


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

Cannabis Users At Increased Risk of Developing Schizophrenia – Study

A man smokes marijuana during at a demonstration in favor of legalizing marijuana outside the Senate in Mexico City, Friday April 20, 2012. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

Several studies in the past have linked cannabis use to substantial risk for psychiatric disorders, including a wide range of problems like depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder

Nitrate-reducing Microbes in Mouth Could Trigger Migraines – Study


Researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine have identified another risk factor that seems to precipitate migraines. According to the researchers, the presence

Older Women Who Conceive Via IVF Less Likely to Have Babies With Birth Defects


Older woman, aged 40 or over, who use assisted reproduction techniques to achieve pregnancy are Less likely to have babies with birth defects, a new study has

Increasing Waist Size, High BMI May Cause Liver Cancer – Study

Too Much Belly Fat, Apple-shaped Bodies Increase Diabetes Risk

If you have a bigger waistline, your risk of developing hard-to-detect liver cancer increases substantially, warns a new study. For every two-inch growth in waistline, this risk

Eating Dark Chocolates Daily May Promote Heart Health- Study


If you are someone who loves eating chocolates, then this piece of information is definitely something you’d be interested in. Much evidence has come to light revealing

Eating Diet High in Soy Protein Isolate May Prevent Bone Loss in Adulthood – Study


Eating diet rich in soy protein in childhood could give you strong, healthy bones in adulthood! That’s the findings of a new animal study. The study, conducted

Study Links Common Prostate Cancer Treatment to Dementia


Adding more to the prostate cancer patients’ woes, a recent study has revealed that men with prostate cancer who are treated with a common hormone therapy may