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Heart transplanted from dead patients to living patients conducted successfully

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 14:30

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Australian specialists have effectively transplanted "dead" hearts into patients at Sydney's St Vincent's healing center.

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Deafened mice hear after treatment, makes people hopeful

Wed, 10/22/2014 - 14:20

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Hard of hearing mice saw their hearing restored utilizing another line of treatment that could hold some hope for people. The procedure was done in rodents who lost part of their listening ability because of inordinate commotion.

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Reheating pasta makes it healthier

Tue, 10/21/2014 - 09:12

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It's sufficient to provide for you an included taste for remains.

A test has observed that warming chilly pasta makes it healthier than the first supper.

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High-fat meals can cause obesity in men before women

Tue, 10/21/2014 - 09:09

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As per another study distributed in the journal Cell Reports, consuming food that is high in fat could be more unsafe for men than ladies, since male and female brains react distinctively to a high-fat eating methodology.

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Too much coffee affects fertility among men

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:37

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The analysts at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, accept that coffee may hurt sperm at a very deep level.

A shot of coffee contains around 100mg of caffeine. Those men who drank 265mg or progressively had the slightest chance of becoming fathers.

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Now, a device that will improve vision

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:34

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Researchers have created implantable eye gadgets that enhance vision and could soon turn into a practical option for ageing eyes.

A corneal inlay gadget at present experiencing clinical survey in the US enhanced close vision fine for 80 percent of the partaking patients to read a newspaper without disturbing far distance vision required for every day things like driving.

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Change in gene can cause depression and ageing

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:32

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Researchers have observed that both ageing and misery are connected with a biochemical change in a specific quality.

The change in the FKBP5 quality is additionally connected with expansions in markers of irritation and cardiovascular danger, scientists said.

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Unprotected sex increases in final year of college

Sat, 10/18/2014 - 09:03

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For the individuals who join school, the chances of unprotected sex in snare ups get multiplied in the middle of freshers and the last year understudies, says a study.

Rookies or freshers from less advantaged financial foundations all the more regularly secure themselves with a condom when they have sex in a snare up than freshmen from more advantaged foundations.

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Video games can actually help

Thu, 10/16/2014 - 10:53

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For all the discussion about how video games spoil our children's brains, they've been joined to lower scholastic performance in school understudies and an absence of sympathy in youngsters, there's proof that they can be utilized for good.

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Link between environmental pollutants and cancer

Wed, 10/15/2014 - 11:00

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More individuals are perceiving the connection between natural toxins and the expanded rates of malignancies around the world.

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Link between staying near major roads and cardiac death

Wed, 10/15/2014 - 10:54

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New research proposes that living close to major roads is ascribed to a higher danger of sudden heart related death in ladies.

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Broccoli compound can treat autism

Tue, 10/14/2014 - 10:09

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A broccoli sprout compound may help with behavioral issues like autism in some individuals with a mental imbalance, another study proposes.

Despite the fact that the short spanned study was on a small scale and did not see changes in a third of the members, it was all the while promising, said the lead scientist.

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Regular fruit juice drinking can cause high BP

Tue, 10/14/2014 - 10:08

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A glass of fruit juice a day may not be as "sound" as at thought earlier as scientists found that the individuals who consistently drink fruit juice have altogether higher circulatory strain or blood pressure than the individuals who have it sometimes.

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Coffee keeps your liver healthy, study finds

Tue, 10/14/2014 - 10:04

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In news that will have espresso lovers going in for a cup, another study has observed that our adored coffee may help keep our livers healthy.

The exploration, by the National Cancer Institute, found that those with higher espresso utilization had lower levels of irregular liver chemicals.

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Heart is affected differently in men and women by stress

Tue, 10/14/2014 - 10:02

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Mental anxiety influences the cardiovascular strength of men and women in an unexpected way, as indicated by another study, which recommends that medications for coronary illness ought to be more sex based.

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Saturated fat is bad for health: scientist

Tue, 10/07/2014 - 11:03

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Consume saturated fat. Don't consume saturated fat. There are a ton of blended messages coursing about what we ought to be consuming.

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About 6.4 trillion calories to be cut from food products

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 12:21

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Sixteen significant food and beverage organizations have addressed their promise to cut calories in their U. S. items, another report finds.

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Rise in sexually transmitted infections worry all

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 12:19

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Transmission rates of the sexually transmitted sickness syphilis have arrived at their largest numbers ever recorded in Australia.

The University of New South Wales' Kirby Institute has discharged its Annual Surveillance Report, demonstrating an aggravating climb in a lot of people sexually transmitted infections.

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Practicing yoga can help bipolar disorder

Fri, 09/19/2014 - 12:14

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Yoga practice may yield huge mental health benefits for individuals with bipolar issue, a study recommends.

Otherwise called manic-depressive ailment, bipolar issue alludes to a mind condition that causes surprising movements in temperament, vitality, movement levels and the capacity to do regular undertakings.

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Artificial sweeteners might trigger diabetes

Thu, 09/18/2014 - 11:48

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Fake sweeteners may compound, as opposed to anticipate, metabolic issue, for example, Type 2 diabetes, a study recommends.

Without calorie free sweeteners are frequently picked by health food eaters to some extent in light of the fact that they are thought not to raise glucose levels.

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