Aspirin may cut down colon cancer risks too

Aspirin may cut down colon cancer risks tooNew York, April 24 : The humble aspirin that you pop to ameliorate headache or a precaution against heart attack can also take on the dangerous colorectal cancer in people with a specific gene, a significant study shows.

Women with wider hips up for more one-night stands?

Women with wider hips up for more one-night stands?London, April 24 - Your hip reveals a lot than you may imagine - even your sexual preferences!

According to a fascinating research, women who are more inclined to have one-night stands usually have wider hips.

How genetic factors influence BMI in kids

GeneticsWashington, April 24 - A new study has revealed that genetic factors have an influence on children's Body Mass Index.

According to the study by UCL and King's College London, of genetic factors on differences between children's Body Mass Index ( BMI) increases from 43 percent at age 4 to 82 percent at age 10.

Prenatal smoking linked to enhanced aggressive behavior in children

Prenatal smokingWashington, April 24 : Scientists have revealed that they have found evidence of an interaction between and genetic risk factors that increase aggressive behavior in children, especially in girls.

Ear implant may help regrow auditory nerves: Study

Ear implant may help regrow auditory nerves: StudyWashington, April 24 - Electrical pulses delivered from cochlear implants, which have been commercially available since the 1970s, can be used to regrow auditory nerves in people with severe hearing loss, Australian researchers said Wednesday.

Kids who bite food may become rowdy: Study

Kids who bite food may become rowdy: StudyNew York, April 23 : If you are longing for a quiet and relaxing meal with your kids, cut up their food as research has found that children are likely to become more rowdy when they need to bite the food with their front teeth.

Heart's development doesn't stop with birth

Heart's development doesn't stop with birthNew York, April 23 - Contrary to popular beliefs, development of the heart does not stop with birth.

A study has found that the cell membrane machinery that is required to coordinate contraction, the electrical activity of the heart, develops in the postnatal period.

Mothers! Take a break from fish for healthier babies

Mothers! Take a break from fish for healthier babiesNew York, April 23 - Potential mothers need to fast from fish for many years to avoid passing on certain harmful chemicals to their offsprings, an alarming study indicates.

Fish and shellfish contain high-quality protein and omega-3 fatty acids that benefit children’s health, but the could also pass on certain harmful chemicals like persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and methylmercury.

Daytime napping may lead to early death: Study

Daytime-nappingLondon, April 22 : Those who doze off during the day to catch some 'missed' night sleep, beware!

According to an alarming research, middle-age and older adults who take daytime naps at office or home may be at increased risk of dying.

In particular, naps were linked with an increased risk of dying from respiratory diseases.

Watching porn can leave women sick: Study

Watching porn can leave women sick: StudyLondon, April 21 : Do not try to force your lady to watch porn movies or explicit images as viewing porn out of context can make her feel sick, a Dutch study has revealed.

A woman's body immediately goes on the defensive when seeing porn out of context. It can immediately induce nausea, the study added.

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