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  • Forget zumba, daily chores will cut your heart disease risk: New study

    Forget zumba, daily chores will cut your heart disease risk: New study

    Washing clothes, moping the floor or weeding your garden for 30 minutes a day can cut the risk of death by more than a quarter and bring down the risk of heart diseases by 20%, according to scientists in a study published in medical journal, The Lancet. The 'Prospective urban rural epidemiol...

    World Alzheimer's Day tomorrow - Here's how you can stay away from the disease

    World Alzheimer

    Every year September 21 is observed as World Alzheimer's Day. The condition of Alzheimer is the most common form of dementia. Several researches have suggested ways to reduce, if not completely prevent, the chances of older people around you and/or you from suffering from it.Be socialA team ...

    Probiotics may help treat bowel cancer: Research

    Probiotics may help treat bowel cancer: Research

    Modification of the gut microbiome with probiotics may help prevent and treat bowel cancer by reducing inflammation and suppressing colon tumours, according to a recent study. Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children's Hospital and Columbia University in the United States fo...

    Carbohydrates may act crucial to improve malaria vaccine: Research

    Carbohydrates may act crucial to improve malaria vaccine: Research

    For the first time, researchers have found that carbohydrates on the surface of malaria parasites play a critical role in malaria's ability to infect mosquito and human hosts. The discovery may help improve the only vaccine approved to protect people against Plasmodium falciparum malaria - the most ...

    WHO calls for 'bolder political actions' to curb premature deaths by non-communicable diseases

    WHO calls for

    The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines non-communicable diseases (NCDs) as diseases of long duration and generally slow progression. These types of diseases are not transferable from one person to another by any kind of contact. The four main types of non-communicable diseases are cardi...

    Lifestyle, stress leading to rise in brain stroke among youngsters

    Lifestyle, stress leading to rise in brain stroke among youngsters

    Doctors say the number of cases of brain stroke among the younger population is on a rise and lifestyle habits might be the leading risk factor for it. Risk factors of stroke, includes smoking, high alcohol intake, poor dietary habits, hypertension and stress, doctors say, while reporting a ...

    Manipal Hospitals Pioneers Telemedicine in Occupational Care

    Bengaluru: In an endeavour to help people get access to world class healthcare services, Manipal Hospitals recently launched a virtual cl...

    Asia's Largest Health, Wellness, Sports & Fitness Expo: IHFF - Olympia Amateur India 2017 Kick Start...

    Asia

    MUMBAI : ABEC - India's foremost trade fair organisation, owner of world's third largest Architecture and Design trade fair – ACETECH, has launched IHFF- INTERNATIONAL HEALTH, SPORTS & FITNESS FESTIVAL - a strategic, first of its kind flagship event for India's booming Health, Sports and Fitness...

    Swartantra, a digital health startup launches Moksha and Siddham, two audible vibrations devices to ...

    Swartantra, a digital health startup launches Moksha and Siddham, two audible vibrations devices to heal stress led diseases

    Mumbai : Leading philanthropist, motivational speaker and spiritual scientist, Samir Pandit founded Swartantra, a digital health startup to make first of its kind audible vibration devices using a very unique combination of ancient spiritual science and modern technology to create a better eve...

    Nashik hospital to get additional funds, incubators: Minister

    Nashik hospital to get additional funds, incubators: Minister

    Maharashtra health minister Dr Deepak Sawant has said that the Civil Hospital in Nashik, Maharashtra, where 55 infants died in the last one month, would soon get more funds and incubators. Sawant today visited the hospital and reviewed the facilities available there. He also sanctioned Rs 2...

    Heart transported from Coimbatore for Transplant at Fortis Malar in Chennai; saves woman from Ludhia...

    Heart transported from Coimbatore for Transplant at Fortis Malar in Chennai; saves woman from Ludhiana

    Chennai : A team of doctors at Fortis Malar Hospital, Chennai performed a heart transplant to save a 60 year old lady from Ludhiana. The organ was made available when the donor was declared brain dead at a local hospital in Coimbatore earlier in the day. The heart was transferred via a chartered fli...

    Sayre Therapeutics Pvt. Ltd. raises two rounds of funding from Accel Partners and Aarin Capital

    Bangalore: Sayre Therapeutics Pvt. Ltd. (Sayre or the Company), a super-specialty pharmaceutical company with a portfolio of Oncology, Interventional Oncology and Immunology drugs, drug delivery devices and next-generation diagnostics, has raised $8MM USD across two rounds of funding from Accel Part...

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