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  • Restricted Food Schedules vs Eating More

    According to the latest study published in the journal e-life, researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) revealed that rats with restricted feeding schedules learned to eat more...
    18/12/2015 by Dr.
  • The New 'Whey' to Improved Health

    Scientists discovered a new-whey-based beverage that could add value to our health by incorporating calcium, vitamin D and prebiotic dietary fiber to it. They created two different versions of a...
    18/12/2015 by Dr.
  • Acupuncture Safe and Effective for Children with Chronic Pain: Study

    It is disappointing to see anyone suffering with pain, specially a child enduring chronic pain. A pain that lasts for at least 12 weeks is chronic pain which affects upto 35% of children under 18,...
    17/12/2015 by Dr.
  • Olive and Sunflower Oil Application to Newborns' Skin not Recommended: Study

    Researchers at the University of Manchester advice not to apply olive or sunflower oil to a newborn baby's skin as it delays the development of an important barrier function. Using these two oils...
    17/12/2015 by Dr.
  • MRI-Scan

    Is an MRI Scan Really Needed?

    Have you been subjected to wasteful or unnecessary medical tests, treatments and procedures on your health condition? Dr Brian Callaghan's effort - to ascertain what neurologic tests or services...
    16/12/2015 by Dr.
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    Ibuprofen Patch: The New Direct Pain Reliever

    Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that helps relieve pain, diminish swelling and reduce fever. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have strongly warned against taking...
    16/12/2015 by Dr.
  • Meditation

    Health Benefits of Meditation

    Meditation is a practice where an individual trains the mind similar to the fitness approach to train the body. It is believed that meditation initiated in India with the primal documented records...
    15/12/2015 by Dr.
  • Herpes Reactivates Under Stress: Study

    According to the latest study (published in the Cell Host and Microbe) - for the first time researchers discovered a cellular mechanism that allows the HSV (herpes simplex virus) to reactivate....
    15/12/2015 by Dr.
  • Black Raspberries Known for its Huge Health Benefits

    Looking for super-food? Black raspberries are the ones. A new study (published in the Open Chemistry Journal) indicates that common blackberry and raspberry fruits contain good amount of...
    14/12/2015 by Dr.
  • Cadmium Exposure Increases Risk of Fractures, Kidney Problems: Study

    Exposure to high levels of cadmium can have a greater risk of developing osteoporosis and fractures, says a new study.  Cadmium, a bluish white element found in the environment is also known...
    14/12/2015 by Dr.

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