Washington, April 30 : A new study has revealed that a higher intake of cereal fiber in heart attack survivors may improve long-term survival rates.
According to researchers, people who survive heart attacks have a greater chance of living longer if they increase their dietary intake of fibre - and eating lots of cereal fibre is especially beneficial.
Washington, April 30 - Researchers have said anti-smoking television advertisements that appeal to viewers' emotions are more persuasive when they use anger rather than sadness.
In the new study, researchers from Dartmouth College's Geisel School of Medicine and Cornell University examined how viewers process those negative emotions.
Washington, April 29 - A new study has found that a breakfast rich in protein can provide better appetite and glucose control as compared to lower-protein breakfast.
Washington, April 29 - Researchers have found that girls who are told by a parent, sibling, friend, classmate or teacher that they are too fat at age 10 are more likely to be obese at age 19.
Washington, Apr. 28 : Men and women have very different views on infidelity, according to a study.
The study is set out to determine that how people feel about the sexual or emotional infidelity.
Washington, April 27 - Two researchers at Indiana University, including an Indian-American, are leading the way towards developing a new potential non-insulin drug for diabetes and obesity, which needs to be taken only once a week.
Washington, April 25 - Scientists have developed first ever lab-grown epidermis, the outermost skin layer, which has a functional permeability barrier akin to real skin.
Washington, April 25 : Researchers have why breast cancer often spreads or metastasizes to the lung.
In this paper, the researchers developed an innovative ex vivo (outside the living organism) model system that simulates different organ environments.
Washington, 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.
Washington, 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.