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This vaccine switch may soon make polio history

London, Apr 18 : The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched a new vaccine swap to eradicate the last few strains of the disease in 150 different countries.

Obese people outnumber underweight ones: Global survey

London, Apr 1 : If a major global analysis study is to be believed, then we now live in a world where more people are obese than underweight.

`Post-binge watching` blues may be real

`Post-binge watching` blues may be realLondon, Mar 7 : According to team of scientists, bingeing on your favourite Netflix series could be bad for your health.

Scientists have suggested that when people get engrossed in a series, they could feel post-binge blues when they finally get to the end, the Mirror reported.

Regular exercise may cut depression post-heart attack

Regular exercise may cut depression post-heart attackLondon: People who exercise regularly over several years were less than half as likely to become depressed after a heart attack than those who never exercised, finds a new study.

"Physical activity protects people from depression after a heart attack," said lead author Linda Ernstsen from Norwegian University of Science and Technology's department of nursing science.

Alcohol in moderation good for heart: Study

Alcohol in moderation good for heart: StudyLondon, Feb 22 - People who drink wine, liquor or beer in moderation are less prone to heart failure and heart attacks than those who rarely or never drink, according to two new studies.

The researchers found that three to five drinks a week can be good for your heart.

Hypertension, hard labour raise women's risk of heart disease

Hypertension, hard labour raise women's risk of heart diseaseLondon, Feb 16 - Hypertensive women with physically demanding jobs are at nearly three times higher risk of ischaemic heart disease, a condition that affects blood supply to the heart, warns a study.

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