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Obesity in men may increase the risk of prostate cancer

A recent study claimed that, tall men with excessive weight are at higher risk of prostate cancer and prostate cancer death. A team of researchers found that the deaths caused by prostate cancer increased by 21% and 17% respectively with every additional ten centimetres (3.9 inches) of height. In the

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Be aware! Smelling food may result in weight gain

According to the information given through a research, just smelling food might give an invitation to a few kilos to your body. A recent study published last week by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley proves this fact. Among all the weird facts that exist, this one surely tops

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Drinking coffee may lower down the risk of death

Drinking two or three cups of coffee on regular basis can lower down the risk of death occurring due to cancer, stroke and diabetes, a new study found. People who consume a cup of coffee everyday are on the safer side as compared to those who do not drink coffee.

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Childhood obesity may lead to life-long morbidity

According to the information given through a new research, obesity in childhood may lead to hip disease, a condition that may lead to life-long morbidity. Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE) is the most common hip disease of adolescence. This condition further requires surgery to get relive from pain and may

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Eat this to avoid the risk of dementia!

According to the information given through a study, consumption of orange and grapefruit on a daily basis can reduce the risk of dementia by 23 percent. As per the researchers, daily intake of any citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, lemons or limes can cut the chances of developing the

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Vitamin D can help to cure sun tanned skin

According to recent study Vitamin D can comfort you in case of grave sun-ravaged skin and soothe your discomfort. Further, high dose of Vitamin intake after sunburn can reduce skin redness, swelling and inflammation. In a research conducted by a group of researchers, 20 people received 50,000, 100,000, or 200,000

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Women should avoid eating sugary foods during pregnancy

High intakes of sugary food during pregnancy may harm the health of pregnant women and further increase the chances of obesity, kidney trouble and sudden blood glucose spikes causing insulin imbalance. According to a recent study women who consume sugary foods during pregnancy risk their children of getting allergies and

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Air pollution can reduce a decade of your life span

Increased air pollution not only deteriorates the health but also lessen human lifespan by nine to eleven years, a recent research claimed. On an average, an increase of pollution particles by 10 micro-grams per cubic meter will kill the population 10 years earlier. According to researchers the average life span

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Shingles may increase risk of heart attack, stroke

According to the information given through a research, getting Shingles may increase the risk of heart attack or stroke by 40%. Vaccination can help to avoid shingles, which is caused by herpes zoster and this virus is also responsible for chickenpox. Researchers have analysed medical reports of more than 23,000

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Here are three ways to make junk food healthy for your kids

Despite knowing that junk food is unhealthy for our health, we consume it on daily basis and even the kids do the same. But there are few ways to follow in order to include junk food in your children’s diet and make it healthy for them to consume. Here are