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Permanent stress may lead to mental disorders
Permanent stress may lead to mental disorders
Under normal circumstances, microglia repair gaps between nerves cells in the brain and stimulate their growth.
Exercise and fasting could boost brain’s functions
Exercise and fasting could boost brain’s functions
Intermittent fasting may improve performance on cognitive tests and change neural network connections.
A safe, reliable wireless pacemaker to hit stores soon
A safe, reliable wireless pacemaker to hit stores soon
The new pacemaker reduces previous complications associated with lead placement and performance.
Can copper fight Ebola?
Can copper fight Ebola?
Clinical researcher Rory Donnelly tells Khaleej Times copper-impregnated clothing is the most viable and immediate answer to help curb the Ebola outbreak
Obesity silently damages heart
Obesity silently damages heart
Specifically, the research showed that obese people had elevated levels of a heart enzyme known as troponin T, released by injured heart muscle cells.
Too much texting bad for your spine, says study
Too much texting bad for your spine, says study
Your spine is at its happiest when your ears fall on the same plane as your shoulders and your shoulder blades are retracted.
Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early death: Study
Low Vitamin D levels may lead to early death: Study
A diet rich in Vitamin D or the intake of Vitamin D supplements can also cover our need to some extent.
Feeling demoralised bad for your heart
Feeling demoralised bad for your heart
The researchers investigated the relationship between vital exhaustion and first-time heart disease in 11 prospective studies that involved 60,610 people without heart disease.
Night shift may increase obesity risk: Study
Night shift may increase obesity risk: Study
People who work the night shift are more likely to be obese than those on a normal schedule because they burn less energy during a 24-hour period, a US study said Monday.
Travelling with a smoker increases cancer risk
Travelling with a smoker increases cancer risk
The group of toxic chemicals is “thought to be the most important among the thousands in tobacco smoke that cause smoking-related disease.”
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