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Seafood-rich diet may up sexual intimacy, pregnancy chances

If you are planning to have a baby then try including seafood to your diet as couples who eat seafood tend to be more sexually active and get pregnant faster than other couples trying to conceive, a new study suggests. ...

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Does running a mile a day really improve children’s lives?

The Scottish school that asked primary pupils to do 15 minutes of exercise every day started a global trend – and research suggests it really is transforming lives It was an 80-year-old volunteer who prompted Elaine Wylie, the then headteacher ...

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World Thyroid Day, keep your thyroid healthy with the right diet, exercise

Do you have tremors, feel bloated pretty often or have been finding it difficult to concentrate lately? Although these can be symptoms for various other conditions, these three are also indicative of thyroid. Hence, it is best to go for ...

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Can drinking too much water harm you?

Do you drink too much water? Beware, overhydration — excess fluid accumulation — can lead to dangerously low sodium levels or in the blood or result in brain swelling, researchers say.   Hyponatremia, a life-threatening condition of brain swelling, is ...

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Congo announces 6 new confirmed cases of Ebola virus

Kinshasa, May 23 : Congo’s health ministry announced six new confirmed Ebola cases and two new suspected cases Tuesday as vaccinations entered a second day in an effort to contain the deadly virus in a city of more than 1 ...

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Ozone exposure at birth may up asthma risk

Exposure to ozone (O3) — a common air pollutant — at birth may increase the risk of developing asthma by age three, a new study suggests.   The study, presented at the 2018 American Thoracic Society International Conference, showed that ...

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Missing microbes ’cause’ childhood cancer

Our modern germ-free life is the cause of the most common type of cancer in children, according to one of Britain’s most eminent scientists.   Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia affects one in 2,000 children.   Prof Mel Greaves, from the Institute ...

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Beani Bazar Cancer Hospital served 22,000 patients in last three years

Beani Bazar Cancer and General Hospital served 707 cancer patients and provided health services to more than 22,000 patients. The hospital authority organised a progress report meeting to inform these information on 9th of May in a restaurant in East London.  At ...

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9 die due to Nipah virus outbreak in southern India

NEW DELHI, May 21, 2018 : At least nine people have died due to Nipah virus outbreak in the southern Indian state of Kerala, health officials said Monday. “Some nine people have succumbed to the deadly virus in the state’s ...

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Blood type influences severity of diarrhea

A bacteria associated with travellers’ diarrhoea and children in underdeveloped areas of the world causes more severe disease in people with blood type A but not blood type O or B, finds a study.   Enterotoxigenic E. coli are responsible ...

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