The Science Behind the Call of the Prime Minister, for Nine Minutes on April 5 at Nine O’clock.

On the call of our Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, for nine minutes on April 5 at nine o'clock', the country has become anxious to light the lamps outside the houses, as if Diwali is going to be celebrated. The Prime Minister has seen and heard what a call...

COVID-19 Vaccine Could Soon Be a Reality

The coronavirus infection, ever since declared as a pandemic of catastrophic proportions by the World Health Organization (WHO), affecting more than 200,000 people worldwide and claiming over 8000 lives, has been sending a wave of panic amongst healthcare...

How We Can Prevent Covid 19 Virus Infection in The Elderly Population

The Central government of India has issued a statement and asked all senior citizens (above the age of 65) to stay at home for the next few weeks since the infection affects the elderly the most. These advisory regulations are effective on everyone above 65 except for...

Evidence Based Nutritional Support for Optimal Mucosal Health (Influenza prevention)

Is Good Hygiene Enough To Protect You In A Flu Pandemic? As we enter the unfamiliar state of a global flu pandemic, communication between professionals and the public needs to be honest and candid. This means that you will need to expect bad news, confusing changes in...

Nutrition to Boost Immunity to Fight with Viral Infections like Covid-19.

It’s a proven that good health and nutrition is essential to fight with infection. A diet rich in certain vitamins and minerals can create a wall of immunity. We can include fruits and vegetables that are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C & E and even zinc. These...

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Corona virus, A Serious threat to mankind

Corona virus (COVID-19) is a serious respiratory condition caused by n-COV, a novel strain of infection that has not been previously identified . The World Health Organization (WHO), on March 11, 2020, declared this has a pandemic disease, as the number of cases of...

Health Practices Of Mahatma Gandhi

We are celebrating the 150th birthday of Mahatma also fondly known as Bapu. Born as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in the year 1869, in Porbandar, Gujarat and a lawyer by profession, he led his life guided by the principles of truth and simplicity. However, it was not...

Trolley Bags are safer than Backpacks For Schoolkids.

Trolley Bags Better Than Backpacks For Schoolkids, Backpacks may injure muscles and joints and can lead to severe back, neck, and shoulder pain, as well as posture problem. Researchers have found that trolley bags are better than backpacks for schoolkids for their...

Major decissions should not be taken on empty stomach.

Whether you are going for a crucial business deal or salary negotiation for your new job, make sure you do not take major decisions on an empty stomach. Hunger significantly alters people's decision-making, making them impatient and more likely to settle for a small...

A glass of milk a day keep diseases away.

The study, published in the journal Advance in Nutrition, states that milk intake helps in the prevention of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, metabolic syndrome, colon or bladder cancer, and type-2 diabetes.  Everyone knows that milk has long been...

Excess cleanliness could lead to antibiotic resistance

While maintaining hygiene is good for health, excess cleanliness could lead to antibiotic resistance often resulting to death and illness as well, suggests a new study. Comparing all existing microorganisms and antibiotic resistances, the researchers at Austria's...

Women With Slim waist May Develop Heart Attacks

While putting on weight is dangerous for health, women who have slim waist could be at risk of diabetes and heart attacks, finds a new research. The study showed that putting on weight around the hips is actually safer than accumulation around the belly or around...

Good Sleep, cheerful Mood can Stay Sharper In Old Age

Memory slips with age but getting a fair amount of sleep every night and having a cheerful mood each day may help you stay sharp even when you grow old, suggests new research. Poor sleep quality and a depressed mood are linked to a reduced likelihood of remembering a...

70-90% Of Indians Are Vitamin D Deficient.

Recent clinical research studies on vitamin D published in Indian council of medical research journal revealed that 70-90 per cent of Indians are Vitamin D deficient and this condition was significantly associated with Type 2 diabetes and hyphypertension. In adults,...

Women are more likely to suffer from stroke than men.

Stroke disproportionately affects women as compared to men due to factors such as fluctuations in naturally occurring hormone levels, early age of menarche, and menopause. Stroke is a leading cause of disability that affects 55,000 more women than men each year....

Men don’t mature until they’re over 40

We have heard many times how men, even as adults, continue to behave like children. Some also believe that in relationships, it’s usually the woman who stands for maturity and responsibility.  Men don’t mature until they’re over 40, according to latest clinical...

Plant rich diet helps to prevent depression.

Being depressed can negatively affect our appetite and what we eat. Recent clinical research study found a clear link between the quality of a person’s diet and their risk of depression. And it goes beyond the effect of diet on body size or other aspects of health...

Novel brain implants helps to boost memory.

Scientists have developed and successfully implanted brain prosthetics that can improve a person's short term memory, an advance that may help manage neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer. Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the University of...

Chemicals in beauty products making us ill

Cosmetics and personal care items we use every day are packed with a constellation of chemicals that could be connected to a host of health problems. carcinogens like formaldehyde  found in  keratin hair treatments, body soap and nail polish and coal tar...

Arthritis can affect organs, lower life expectancy.

Urban lifestyle fuels unhealthy eating patterns and inactivity, and is leading to nutritional deficiencies and obesity, which causes and aggravates bone and joint diseases. People with rheumatoid arthritis wake up with stiff and painful joints, but experience an...

Omega 3 fatty acids in diet can prevent cancer.

Omega 3 fatty acids in the diet can protect us to a great extent from growth of cancer, says a new study.  Dietary consumption of omega-3 fatty acids can lead to the formation of cancer-fighting substances in the body, which may have some beneficial effects....

Sunscreen helps to protect against skin cancer.

Vasodilation of the skin’s blood vessels plays an important role in regulating body temperature and responding to heat stress, both locally in the skin and throughout the body. Researchers from Pennsylvania State University studied the effect of UVR exposure with...

Obesity is linked with risk of multiple diseases.

Recent clinical research studies has suggested that high BMI is associated with increased risk of chronic diseases such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer and other metabolic disorders. Researchers have found the strongest evidence of a...

How to keep Ourself fit and healthy in monsoon season

When will the monsoon come? This question must be arising in everyone's mind. But the rain has given sign and the season of rain and monsoon has already started. Who does not wait for rain, finally gives relief from rain heat. But with the relief from the heat,...

Nutrition need For Expecting Mother’s

As per FDA National Dietary Guidelines, there are two specific recommendations for nutrition for expecting mother – related to iron and folate (folic acid). Folic acid or  Vitamin B9 that helps a baby’s neural tube — the part of the embryo that becomes the brain...

New Blood Test To Predict TB Onset Two Years In Advance

Tuberculosis, caused by infection with Myobacterium tuberculosis (M.tb), is the world’s leading cause of death brought on by a single pathogen. More than 10 million new cases of TB are diagnosed each year, and almost two million people die from the disease. Globally,...

Antioxidant treatment Helps to cure Lung Disease.

Administering an antioxidant-enriched vitamin may decrease respiratory exacerbations in people with cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis is an inherited life-threatening disorder that damages the lungs and the digestive system. People with cystic fibrosis typically...

Is fasting good for health?

When the body is starved of food, it starts burning fat in order to replenish the energy levels in the body. This leads to faster weight loss. However, if the fast is extended for too long, the body will eventually start burning down the muscle protein. Most medical...

Cell phone use for long hours can cause brain tumor.

Cell phones emit a form of electromagnetic field called radio frequency (RF) radiation. We have long been led to believe that this radiation is harmless because of the low power levels involved, and because it’s non-ionizing. Unfortunately, this cell phone radiation...

How to protect children From Air Pollution

Air pollution measures are sky-high and the government is trying to figure out a way to deal with this alarming issue. Meanwhile, the children with tiny lungs, the future of our nation, need protection from the hazardous air. Although the air poses a threat to people...

Health Benefits Of Donating Blood

blood donation doesn’t just hold societal benefits, even we enjoy the benefits of donating blood provided we meet the blood donation requirements. list of health benefits of donating blood are as follows- 1. Reduces Health Concerns Blood donation reduces the amount of...

Regular Exercise can slow down the ageing process

Exercising throughout our life can help us live longer and healthier lives, says a new study. It showed how loss of muscle mass and strength did not occur in those who exercise regularly, and their body fat and cholesterol levels also doesn’t increase Regular exercise...

What are superbugs, and how can we protect us from it?

"Superbugs" is a term used to describe strains of bacteria that are resistant to the majority of antibiotics. Resistant bacteria that cause pneumonia, urinary tract infections, skin infections etc Antibiotic resistance is a naturally occurring phenomenon that can be...

Fish Oil Reduces Bleeding Risk In Surgery Patients

Fish oil is among the most common natural supplement for treatment of hypertriglyceridemia or prevention of cardiovascular disease. The study, published in the journal Circulation, found that higher blood omega-3 levels  eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and...

Medical Selfies Help Patients Feel Satisfied

Taking medical ‘selfies’ and sharing them with a doctor empowers and reassures patients and can improve their relationship with the medical practitioner, a research has found. For the study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, researchers first...

Our Table Salt may Contain Deadly Cyanide

Recent US lab report reveals that premium brands of processed iodised salt sold in India allegedly contain alarming levels of carcinogenic and harmful components like potassium ferrocyanide. the test by American West Analytical Laboratories has revealed that potassium...

Men with beards carry more germs than dogs

It’s bad news for hipsters but men with beards harbour more germs in their whiskers than dogs carry in their fur. Recent clinical study at  Switzerland hirslanded clinic  found that every sampled beard was crawling with bacteria, and nearly half had bugs...

Male Menopause Real? The Truth Behind It

You definitely heard of ‘menopause’ and so far believed that it is only related to women. Menopause in women is referred as a normal process when fertility and menstruation ends. But, have you ever heard of male menopause? True that men are totally a different gender...

In future Our body may cure itself diabetes

Diabetes is caused by damaged or non-existing insulin cells inability to produce insulin, a hormone that is necessary in regulating blood sugar levels. Many diabetes patients take insulin supplements to regulate these levels. Researchers at the University of Bergen...

Packaged Fruit Juices are dangerous for our health.

Most of the health conscious people now a days choose packed  fruit juices over a soda or coffee because they find it really convenient and time saving to purchase these really attractive tetra packs of a wide variety of fruit/vegetable juices. But these packaged...

Drinking coffee improves bowel movement

Drinking coffee keeps the bowels moving because it changes gut bacteria and improves the ability of intestines to contract, find researchers. Clinical Research studies found that coffee suppressed bacteria and increased muscle motility, regardless of caffeine content....