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Depression increases dementia risk

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Depression increases dementia risk

Posted on 30 September 2014

                Depression increases dementia risk The secret of preventing memory loss in old age may lie in treating depression and causes of stress early as researchers have confirmed that depression indeed increases the risk of dementia. Having a higher level of depression symptoms was associated with a more […] Continue Reading

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Old vehicles major drain on air quality

Air

Old vehicles major drain on air quality

Posted on 30 September 2014

            Old vehicles major drain on air quality INDORE: Regulating thousands of new vehicles hitting city roads every month is a proving a big problem. But bigger challenge is to stop old vehicles polluting air with poor engine efficiency from plying on roads and carry out pollution drive on a […] Continue Reading

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Government to Launch Intensive Hygiene Campaign

Hygiene

Government to Launch Intensive Hygiene Campaign

Posted on 30 September 2014

Government to Launch Intensive Hygiene Campaign Delhi government will launch an intensive campaign with the help of leading NGOs working in the field of sanitation to sensitize residents of jhuggi- jhopri (JJ) clusters about the benefits of hygiene. The NGOs include Plan India, WaterAid India, Save the Children, Centre for Advocacy & Research (CFAR).  The […] Continue Reading

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Eating apples helps prevent obesity disorders

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Eating apples helps prevent obesity disorders

Posted on 30 September 2014

Eating apples helps prevent obesity disorders A new study has examined that nondigestible compounds in apples may help prevent disorders associated with obesity. The study conducted at Washington State University showed Granny Smith apples surpass Braeburn, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, McIntosh and Red Delicious in the amount of nondigestible compounds they contain. Food scientist Giuliana Noratto, said […] Continue Reading

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Malnutrition, related diseases a major issue in India

Nutrition

Malnutrition, related diseases a major issue in India

Posted on 30 September 2014

Malnutrition, related diseases a major issue in India Jaipur: Malnutrition and related diseases is a very serious issue in 184 deprived districts across the country and the Centre will launch a campaign to check it, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday said. “The government is very serious and sensitive on pre-mature deaths due to malnutrition, […] Continue Reading

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Finding the right rhythm for your heart

Environment

Finding the right rhythm for your heart

Posted on 29 September 2014

              Finding the right rhythm for your heart THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: If you think that your lifestyle alone is responsible for the condition of your heart, good or bad, you are wrong. Experts say that the environment where you work, where you live and where you play can also affect your […] Continue Reading

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Morning mistakes to avoid

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Morning mistakes to avoid

Posted on 29 September 2014

          Morning mistakes to avoid Are you always in a bad mood when you wake up? Do you skip breakfast? A few simple changes can transform your mornings 1. Waking up with a jerk and hitting the gym  Mornings are slowdown time. Give yourself time to wake up quietly and move […] Continue Reading

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Heart disease kills more than 30% people worldwide

Health

Heart disease kills more than 30% people worldwide

Posted on 29 September 2014

Heart disease kills more than 30% people worldwide Eleven cardio-vascular organisations all over the world have called on United Nations to include cardio-vascular diseases in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Cardiovascular diseases contributes to more than 30 % of global deaths, which are more than all infectious and parasitic diseases combined. In a statement published in theJournal […] Continue Reading

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Food safety farce in festive season

Food Safety

Food safety farce in festive season

Posted on 29 September 2014

Food safety farce in festive season Revellers, watch what you eat and where. No, this is no weight policing, but genuine concern for your health during Durga Puja. While the food safety authorities have directed sampling of edible items and special raids against adulteration across the state, Jharkhand’s almost legendary manpower and resource crunch is […] Continue Reading

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Diet tips to beat anemia and increase hemoglobin

Nutrition

Diet tips to beat anemia and increase hemoglobin

Posted on 26 September 2014

Diet tips to beat anemia and increase hemoglobin Iron deficiency or anemia is a very common blood disorder. It is a condition where the body produces fewer red blood cells, whose main function is to carry oxygen to the brain and other parts of body. Hemoglobin is the most important component of red blood cells; it’s […] Continue Reading

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