Food nudging can improve our eating habits

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): A new review has suggested that marketers' tactics to place things where we are more likely to pick them up could help motivate people to improve their diets.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 18:18 IST

Action video games can make you better driver

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): You may want to start playing action-based video games as a new study has suggested that they can boost your behind-the-wheel skills.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 18:09 IST

Turns out, obesity is three times deadlier for men than women

Washington D.C, Jul 14 (ANI): Men, those excess kilos can drive you to an early grave, suggests a new study.

Updated: Jul 14, 2016 17:58 IST

It's time for you to `cycle away` from diabetes

Washington D.C, July 13 (ANI): You may want to dust off your bicycle and hit the road as a recent study has found that the two-wheeled habit can help you live a diabetes-free life.

Updated: Jul 13, 2016 20:49 IST

Here`s why artificial sweeteners make you eat more

Washington D.C, Jul 13 (ANI): You may be relying on them to shed those extra kilos, but turns out, artificial sweeteners may actually be making you eat more.

Updated: Jul 13, 2016 20:29 IST

New study shows mice get back vision

Washington D.C., July 12 (ANI): Vision in mammals can be restored, shows experiments conducted, for the first time, under the leadership of a Stanford University School of Medicine investigator.

Updated: Jul 12, 2016 22:32 IST

Flying insects don't obey aerodynamic laws of airplanes: Study

Washington D.C., July 12 (ANI): New York University researchers have found that the movement of flying insects are unmatched even by the best pilots due to the fact that these critters defy aerodynamic laws of airplanes.

Updated: Jul 12, 2016 20:46 IST

Thumb-sucking, nail biting kids will develop fewer allergies: Study

Washington D.C., July 12 (ANI): Good news for parents who often have to struggle in getting their young toddlers to quit thumb sucking, as a new study has found that children who are thumb-suckers or nail-biters are less likely to develop allergic sensitivities.

Updated: Jul 12, 2016 20:46 IST

Can Hops extract cut down breast cancer risk?

Washington D.C., July 12 (ANI): Hops, the flower cones used in beer-making, can also reduce breast cancer risk.

Updated: Jul 12, 2016 16:51 IST

Apollo Hospitals signs MoU with Stanford University for insight on cardiovascular risk reduction in South Asians

New Delhi, July 11 (ANI-Businesswire India):Apollo Hospitals today announced that it recently signed a MoU with Stanford University for the Stanford South Asian Translational Heart Initiative (SSAATHI) related to South Asians and Chronic Disease. Together, both parties will attempt to delve deeper into the causes associated with cardiovascular risk in diabetic and prediabetic South Asians. The MoU is the first step towards a long-term partnership that will develop and grow over time.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 22:39 IST

Illegal kidney racket, the ugly side of healthcare in India (Update)

New Delhi, July 11 (ANI): Organ transplant trafficking is one of the fastest, but least reported crimes in India as well as in other countries around the world. It has often been described as a deep-rooted menace affecting the medical profession, both domestically and globally.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 21:31 IST

A plate full of veggies can shoo your blues

London, Jul 11 (ANI): Turns out, finding happiness is as simple as eating your greens!

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 19:33 IST

E-cigarette warning as vaping outstrips puffing

Washington D.C, Jul 11 (ANI): Turns out, e-cigarettes are really a gateway drug, luring non-smokers into trying vaping.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 18:50 IST

More than 8 lakh additional hospital beds required in Northeast Region

Guwahati, July 11 (ANI): A healthcare summit organized recently in Guwahati, Assam, has informed that the northeast region requires over eight lakh additional hospital beds.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 18:38 IST

Old wives' tale of lying still after sex won't help you conceive

Washington D.C, Jul 11 (ANI): When it comes to making a baby, turns out lying with your legs in the air after sex is unlikely to make a difference.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 14:50 IST

Concussions in teens more common than you think

Washington D.C, Jul 11 (ANI): Just because your child doesn't bend it like Beckham, doesn't mean he is safe from head injuries. According to a recent study, concussions are on the rise for adolescents.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 14:11 IST

Discovery of ovarian cancer target paves way for new treatment

Washington D.C, Jul 11 (ANI): A team of researchers has brought fresh hope in the form of a new treatment target for ovarian cancer aka "the silent killer."

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 13:49 IST

Women need proper Zzzs while men can get away with napping

London, Jul 10 (ANI): Does too little sleep leave you feeling groggy and not your male partner? Turns out, you're not alone in this particular battle of the sexes.

Updated: Jul 11, 2016 00:36 IST

Immunotherapy cuts heart risk in rheumatoid arthritis

Washington D.C, Jul 10 (ANI): Those with rheumatoid arthritis, immunotherapy is your go-to treatment as according to a recent study, it can keep cardiovascular risk at bay.

Updated: Jul 10, 2016 16:56 IST

How traffic noise risks your heart

Washington D.C, Jul 9 (ANI): Whether you're stuck in it or breathing in the fumes, traffic is bad for your health and now, a new study finds that rumbling lorries, honking horns and screeching tyres can put you at heart attack risk.

Updated: Jul 09, 2016 20:57 IST