Too Much Antiobiotics Make Children Gain Weight: Study

October 22, 2015 3:27 am0 comments
Too Much Antiobiotics Make Children Gain Weight: Study

In a new study conducted on about 164,000 children in Pennsylvania it is found those who have been given antibiotics during the course of their childhood runs the risk of gaining weight faster compared to those who were not given such medicines in childhood. Details of the study are published […]

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Kids Exposed To Second-Hand Smoke Tied To Atrial Fibrillation: Study

October 19, 2015 9:19 am23 comments
Kids Exposed To Second-Hand Smoke Tied To Atrial Fibrillation: Study

Researchers say people who are exposed to second-hand smoke during the early stage of their life may face higher risk of atrial fibrillation or irregular heart rhythm. The study was conducted on about 5,000 adults from across the world by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco. All the […]

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Sprout’s Addyi Female Viagra Hits Shelves

October 17, 2015 11:56 pm3 comments
Sprout’s Addyi Female Viagra Hits Shelves

Finally the so-called female Viagra is on the shelves. Named as Addyi, the new pill is prescribed to women with low libido to boost more than sex drive. Going on sale on Saturday, the little pink pill now ends the war whether women are left out of the Viagra revolution. […]

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Dietary Antioxidants Spreads Cancer: Study

October 16, 2015 11:34 pm0 comments
Dietary Antioxidants Spreads Cancer: Study

In a new study it is found the antioxidants may promote cancer growth. Earlier too few studies revealed use of antioxidants for good purpose helps the tumor to grow. The researchers at University of Texas suggest patients should be treated with pro-oxidants. Dr Sean Morrison, CRI Director and Mary McDermott […]

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Early Human Ancestors Slept Less Than 8 Hrs A Night Like Us: Study

October 15, 2015 11:54 pm4 comments
Early Human Ancestors Slept Less Than 8 Hrs A Night Like Us: Study

Our ancestors didn’t sleep for eight hours a night. Scientists say they were as much sleep deprived as we are in our modern day life inclined more on technology. Scientists studied the sleep of three current preindustrial societies – the San tribe from Namibia, the Hadza of Tanzania and the […]

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Sitting Job No Longer Poses Death Risk If Walking, Exercise Included: Study

October 14, 2015 10:41 am0 comments
Sitting Job No Longer Poses Death Risk If Walking, Exercise Included: Study

It is usual saying sitting will kill you. However, a new study does not agree to this. It says body movement is important either you are doing sitting job or standing job. Details of the finding are published in Tuesday’s edition of the International Journal of Epidemiology. It writes sitting […]

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