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01:49 2019-10-15

Relaxation makes worriers more anxious Relaxation techniques can, paradoxically, provoke anxiety in some people, and a new study suggests that this is because relaxation interrupts worrying....
23:51 2019-10-14

Turmeric may contain dangerous levels of lead 'People are unknowingly consuming something that could cause major health issues,' says the lead author of a new study, which finds lead in turmeric....
23:51 2019-10-14

Lung injury outbreak: CDC warn against certain vaping products As the number of vaping-related lung injury cases in the U.S. reaches almost 1,300, the CDC warn of the dangers of some e-cigarettes and vaping products....
23:51 2019-10-14

Vitamins B-6 and B-12 linked with increased risk of hip fracture A new study finds that taking vitamins B-6 and B-12 at levels above the recommended daily allowance is associated with an increased risk of hip fractures....
23:51 2019-10-14

Can neurofeedback training increase self-esteem in depression? A new study suggests that fMRI neurofeedback training can increase self-esteem in people with a history of depression by strengthening brain connectivity....
23:51 2019-10-14

How to get defined abdominal muscles In this article, we discuss the best ways to get well-defined abdominal muscles. We provide tips on exercising and explain the best dietary approach....
23:51 2019-10-14

Everything you need to know about man boobs 'Man boobs,' or enlarged breast tissue in males, is a common concern. In many instances, a person can use diet and targeted exercises to reduce the appearance of enlarged breast tissue. Learn more her...
23:51 2019-10-14

Indiana resident dies of mosquito-borne EEE in first human case in more than 20 years: health officials An Indiana resident has died from the rare but serious mosquito-borne Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), health officials announced over the weekend. ...
19:51 2019-10-14

Lyme disease-related tick illness with more severe symptoms detected in New York: report A tick-borne disease that can reportedly cause symptoms more severe than those associated with Lyme disease has been found in Central New York, according to a local report. ...
19:51 2019-10-14

Publix recalls white American cheese over 'foreign material' concerns Popular supermarket chain Publix late last week announced a voluntary recall of its Deli White American Cheese over concerns the product may contain “foreign material.” ...
19:51 2019-10-14

Low-Calorie Diet: This Low-Calorie, Fruity Lemon Drink Is Ideal For Dieters Lemon (or nimbu) is a citric wonder that could do wonders for weight reduction. The best aspect of lemonades is that it gives you enough room to experiment....
18:17 2019-10-14

Indian Cooking Tips: Watch How To Make South Indian Peanut Chutney At Home  South Indian cuisine is abound with lip-smacking condiments, peanut chutney being one of them. This earthy treat is often paired with idli, idiappams and dosa in Andhra Pradesh....
18:17 2019-10-14

Study Reveals That Prehistoric Humans Stored Bone Marrow For Consumption. Here's Why A recently conducted study gives direct evidence that Paleolithic people living in a cave near Tel Aviv around 40,000 years ago, learnt the importance of storing food for rainy days....
18:17 2019-10-14

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Garlic Salt At Home And Why You Must Include It In Your Diet Make the versatile garlic salt with this easy recipe and enjoy a delicious meal every single time.Garlic salt is a seasoned salt made with regular salt and ground, dried garlic powder that can either....
18:17 2019-10-14

E-Cigarettes Went Unchecked in 10 Years of F.D.A. Inaction A decade after Congress gave the F.D.A. the power to regulate tobacco products like e-cigarettes, the federal government has repeatedly delayed or weakened efforts that could have protected teenagers....
10:51 2019-10-14

Coffee Bean Extracts May Help Reduce Fat-Induced Inflammation: Study According to a recent study, published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology, unused coffee bean extracts may help cut fat-induced inflammation in the cells and could also improve insulin......
10:51 2019-10-14

Weight Loss: Try This Protein-Rich Clear Chicken Soup To Shed Extra Kilos Other than how comforting hot clear chicken soup is, it also help us get our protein fill (all thanks to chicken) and stands out to be as a perfect addition to any weight loss diet....
10:51 2019-10-14

Low-Calorie Diet For Weight Loss Has Different Effects In Men And Women; Says Study The findings of the study that were published in the journal Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, suggest that men and women are different on various dimensions including benefiting in terms of weight......
10:51 2019-10-14

Exercise especially important for older people with heart disease A study on the effect of exercise on older adults in physical rehabilitation shows that those with the greatest impairment at baseline benefited the most....
00:51 2019-10-14

Can simply naming vegetables differently increase healthful eating? New research examines how using more appetizing words to describe healthful foods affects eating choices and finds that the wording can go a long way....
00:51 2019-10-14

Missouri mom's before, after photos of addicted son go viral: 'The face of heroin and meth' A desperate mother has shared chilling before and after photos of her son — who she says is addicted to heroin and methamphetamine — in an effort to bring awareness to addiction....
20:17 2019-10-13

Illinois football team makes boy, 7, with cerebral palsy honorary captain for a day A football team in Illinois made a 7-year-old boy with special needs an honorary captain for a day and even gave him the chance to score a touchdown, the boy’s mother told Fox News on Sunday....
20:17 2019-10-13

Congo to start using Johnson & Johnson Ebola vaccine in November Health authorities in Democratic Republic of Congo will introduce a Johnson & Johnson Ebola vaccine in November in the country's eastern provinces, to counter the current outbreak, they said....
18:17 2019-10-13

China reports new African swine fever outbreak in northwest province China reported another outbreak of the African swine fever on Sunday in its northwestern province of Gansu, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on its website....
18:17 2019-10-13

Protein Diet: Use Leftover Egg Omelette To Make This Protein-Rich Dish For Lunch Or Dinner This recipe is a fun spin on common egg curry made with boiled eggs; it is omelette curry. Yes, its omelette in a curry! Use those omelettes to make this delicious protein-rich curry that you can eat....
15:17 2019-10-13

Slow walking speed in midlife linked with faster aging A new study finds that a slow walking speed at the age of 45 correlates with premature cognitive and physical aging, and that slow gait may predict aging....
12:51 2019-10-13

Philadelphia airport visitors may have been exposed to measles, officials warn Travelers who passed through Philadelphia International Airport earlier this month may have been exposed to measles, health officials announced on Friday....
21:17 2019-10-12

California power outages hit hard for elderly, those with medical needs In many communities hit by California's fire and electricity crises, vulnerable residents were grappling with issues such as disrupted health-related routines or the loss of costly perishable foods....
11:51 2019-10-12

¿Qué debemos saber sobre los niveles de hemoglobina? La hemoglobina es una proteína en los glóbulos rojos. El oxígeno que ingresa a los pulmones se adhiere a esta proteína y los glóbulos transportan oxígeno a todo el cuerpo. Es importante conocer los ni...
11:17 2019-10-12

Todo lo que debes saber sobre las úlceras bucales ¿Qué son las úlceras bucales y cuáles son los más comunes? Aprende aquí sobre los síntomas, las causas, la prevención y el tratamiento de las úlceras bucales....
11:17 2019-10-12

Most common 3 STDs on the rise, according to CDC report A new CDC report outlines recent increases in chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis cases in the US. The report asks why, and outlines what should be done....
11:17 2019-10-12

How blood vessel health may drive IBD Researchers have found that blood vessels likely contribute to the development of inflammatory bowel diseases. The finding also suggests novel treatments....
11:17 2019-10-12

What to know about acetylcholine Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that plays a key role in brain and muscle function. Here, we look at what acetylcholine does and describe medical conditions linked with it, including Alzheimer’s a...
11:17 2019-10-12

What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is a common condition that causes pain in the heel. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of plantar fasciitis here....
11:17 2019-10-12

Can bowel movements lead to weight loss? When a person poops, they may temporarily lose the weight of the stool. However, this is not a good weight loss strategy. Learn more about bowel movements and weight loss here....
11:17 2019-10-12

What are neurotransmitters? Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers in the nervous system. They influence mood, muscle movement, heart rate, and many other functions. Learn more here....
11:17 2019-10-12

Reynolds American files for FDA review of e-cigarette British American Tobacco Plc unit Reynolds American Inc said on Friday it had filed for a review of its Vuse e-cigarettes by the U.S. Food and Drug administration, giving it a lead over its main rival...
10:17 2019-10-12

Appeals court blocks Ohio Down syndrome abortion ban A U.S. appeals court has blocked a law in Ohio that prohibits women from having abortions because they would otherwise give birth to babies with Down syndrome....
03:17 2019-10-12

CBO: Pelosi drug pricing bill would save government $345B over 10 years, but stifle new treatments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's bill to let the government negotiate prices on some drugs would save the government $345 billion over seven years but stifle innovation of new treatments and cures, accord...
03:17 2019-10-12

Reynold American files for FDA review of e-cigarette British American Tobacco Plc unit Reynolds American Inc on Friday became the first major company to confirm it had filed for a U.S. Food and Drug Administration review of its e-cigarette product, ahea...
00:17 2019-10-12

Ohio ban on Down syndrome abortion blocked by U.S. appeals court A divided federal appeals court on Friday said Ohio cannot enforce a 2017 law banning abortions when medical tests show that a fetus has Down syndrome....
00:17 2019-10-12

U.S. health officials say vaping illness may have multiple causes U.S. health officials said on Friday there may be more than one cause behind the nationwide outbreak of serious lung illnesses linked to vaping, and that they have not yet seen a meaningful drop in ne...
00:17 2019-10-12

'Executive physicals' at top-ranked hospitals may lack recommended screenings (Reuters Health) - Executive physicals may lure corporate clients and wealthy individuals with the promise of personalized attention and comprehensive preventive care, but a new study suggests many of...
00:17 2019-10-12

Vitamins, omega-3 supplements may improve autism symptoms (Reuters Health) - Children with autism who take supplements of vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids may have fewer symptoms than kids who don't, a research review suggests....
00:17 2019-10-12

Depression, anxiety may cause patients to leave cardiac rehab (Reuters Health) - Anxiety and depression are common among participants in cardiac rehab programs, and that poor mental health may cause them to drop out, a new study finds....
00:17 2019-10-12

Pet turtles linked to salmonella outbreak across 13 states, CDC says A salmonella outbreak that’s sickened at least 21 people across 13 states is linked to pet turtles, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said this week. ...
23:51 2019-10-11

Nurses at New Jersey hospital gave Benadryl to patients to make them sleepy, lighten workload: lawsuit A nurse is suing Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, N.J., claiming she was retaliated against after reporting that some of her colleagues working the night shift gave Benadryl to patients to make...
23:51 2019-10-11

FDA approves new Eli Lilly drug to 'resolve' migraine pain in two hours The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a drug to help prevent migraines on Thursday. The drug, Reyvow, was developed by Eli Lilly and Co. and has proven effective in alleviating the painful sy...
23:17 2019-10-11

CDC says almost all vaping illness patients end up hospitalized Almost all patients with a mysterious vaping-related lung disease have been hospitalized, with about half ending up in the intensive care unit, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials sai...
22:17 2019-10-11

Diet-Friendly Dessert: Prepare This Vegan Halwa This Festive Season To Satiate Your Cravings Diet-Friendly Dessert: Here is a dreamy halwa recipe that is just the perfect dessert for the upcoming festive season. Delicious, easy and vegan! While you might love your regular gajar ka halwa too.....
21:17 2019-10-11

Healthy Gut Microbes Could Reduce The Harmful Effects Of Processed Foods, Found A Study A new study by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis claims to have found a specific microbe in human gut that can break down and metabolise a chemical common in processed foods....
21:17 2019-10-11

This Sugar-Free Sweet Can Be Your Go-To Festive Treat This Diwali A sugar-free sweet is the best way to feast on this festive season. Here we have a delicious sugar-free barfi to satiate all your cravings, grilled almond barfi is sure to be your go-to sweet this......
21:17 2019-10-11

Make Gun Powder, Andhra's Fiery And Flavourful Powder And The Healthy Curry Leaf Powder At Home This dal powder is standard fare at many Andhra restaurants like Nagarjuna in Bengaluru or Amaravati in Chennai and is always available in homes across Andhra....
21:17 2019-10-11

Weight Loss, Digestion And More; 3 Benefits Of Arhar Dal For vegetarians, this particular dal is a great source of protein and healthy carbs. Protein is necessary for overall well-being as our body requires it to build and repair tissues....
21:17 2019-10-11

Post Meal 'Food Coma' May Be Linked To Formation Of Long-Term Memories some scientists have discovered that the period of food coma may be responsible in formation and storage of long-term memories. Food coma makes us slip into a temporary mode of sub-consciousness that....
21:17 2019-10-11

Watch: How To Make Keto-Friendly Chilli Chicken At Home (Recipe Video Inside) This chilli chicken dish is perfect to make if you are following keto diet for weight loss. Chicken is packed with proteins and also relatively low in carbohydrates, which makes it an ideal food for.....
21:17 2019-10-11

Vaping illness responsible for 26 deaths gets a name: EVALI Health officials haven't figured out the cause of the mysterious lung illness that has killed 26 people and infected 1,299 others, but they have settled on a name for it: "EVALI."...
20:51 2019-10-11

What causes cysts on the penis? Many factors can cause a cyst to form on the penis, and the cyst can lead to varying symptoms. Here, we discuss the causes, symptoms, treatment options, and risk factors of penile cysts....
19:51 2019-10-11

NIH sets five-year plan for tickborne disease research With an increase of nearly 10,000 cases of tickborne disease from 2016 to 2017 -- mostly lyme disease -- the National Institutes of Health announced a five-year plan to expand research and reduce infe...
18:17 2019-10-11

New study finds genetic link to some SIDS cases A genetic anomaly may be responsible for some cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, which kills more than 3,000 toddlers annually, according to a study released Friday....
18:17 2019-10-11

Congress' only female doctor is poised to change the healthcare system Before joining Congress last year, Democrat Kim Schrier spent two decades counseling anxious parents and caring for sick children in her pediatric practice in Issaquah, Washington....
17:51 2019-10-11

Trump favorite for top health slot shows GOP U-turn on 'death panel' talk The work experience of the candidate President Trump is likely to tap for a health innovation slot threatens to trigger politically volatile discussions about end-of-life care among Republicans....
17:51 2019-10-11

'Uncharted territory': Fetal remains found in South Bend abortion doctor's car brings count to 2,411 Police have found 165 more fetuses from abortions in the trunk of a car in Illinois that was owned by a late abortion doctor, bringing the total count of remains found at his properties to 2,411....
17:51 2019-10-11

Daily on Healthcare: GOP U-turn on ‘death panel’ talk? Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
17:51 2019-10-11

OxyContin maker Purdue begins showdown to halt opioid lawsuits OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP will ask a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge on Friday to pause litigation against the company and its owners over the objections of U.S. states that allege the company is trying ...
15:51 2019-10-11

New transplant research aims to salvage infected donated organs Retired subway and bus driver Stanley De Freitas had just celebrated his 70th birthday when he started coughing, tiring easily and feeling short of breath. He was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, a ...
15:51 2019-10-11

'Alarming upsurge' in measles has devastating impact, WHO warns Measles is staging a devastating comeback in epidemics across the world as the virus exploits dangerous gaps in vaccination coverage, World Health Organization (WHO) experts said on Friday....
15:51 2019-10-11

Even Occasional Drinking During Pregnancy May Cause Harm: Study According to a latest study, even small amounts of alcohol consumed during 'special occasions' could cause insulin-resistance during pregnancy, which increases the likelihood of diabetes....
09:51 2019-10-11

These Healthy Recipes Are A Delightful Treat To Satiate Hunger Pangs High-Protein Diet: Here is a salad that is rich with nutrients, exceptionally delicious and super easy to prepare at home! Cabbage and chana dal salad is everything you would want in your meal to be....
09:51 2019-10-11

Make Bengali Moglai Porotha At Home With This Easy Recipe Video Moglai porotha is a popular Bengali breakfast dish, which is also an equally popular street food in the city of Kolkata. Pair this porotha with green mint or coriander chutney, or with curd, to enjoy....
09:51 2019-10-11

Imperial's First-Ever Asian Market Brings Home Best Of South-East Asian Flavours The menu is an eclectic mix of dishes that are immensely popular in South-East Asian cooking, but remarkably different from the mainstream dishes we tend to associate with the region....
09:51 2019-10-11

Unpredictable income may be bad for brain health (Reuters Health) - Young adults who don't earn the same amount of money from year to year, or who weather substantial pay cuts, do worse on brain health assessments in midlife compared to those with s...
02:51 2019-10-11

Fewer C-sections when low-risk deliveries handled by midwives (Reuters Health) - Low-risk pregnant women who deliver in a hospital and receive care from midwives have fewer interventions and fewer cesarean sections than similar women who receive care from obstet...
02:51 2019-10-11

What are the links between alcohol and anxiety? Many people use alcohol to reduce anxiety, but it can end up making anxiety worse in the long term. Learn about the link between alcohol and anxiety, and tips for coping here....
02:17 2019-10-11

What to know about Pepto Bismol Pepto Bismol is an antacid that helps treat occasional indigestion, heartburn, and diarrhea. We look at the types and their uses, as well as possible side effects....
02:17 2019-10-11

What to know about exogenous ketones Exogenous ketones are supplements that may help a person enter a state of ketosis, in which the body breaks down fats instead of carbohydrates. Learn more about the effectiveness and safety of exogeno...
02:17 2019-10-11

What to know about cervical vertigo Vertigo refers to a sensation of dizziness or spinning. Cervical vertigo refers to vertigo that results from a certain neck posture or movement. Learn more here....
02:17 2019-10-11

¿Por qué los adultos contraen infecciones de oído? Si bien las infecciones del oído son más comunes en los niños, los adultos también pueden contraerlas. Aprende aquí todo sobre las causas, síntomas y opciones de tratamiento....
02:17 2019-10-11

15 formas de prevenir el embarazo Existe una amplia gama de métodos para evitar el embarazo. Los métodos no hormonales incluyen condones y planificación familiar natural. Los métodos hormonales incluyen la píldora, los implantes y los...
02:17 2019-10-11

10 maneras para elevar la libido El deseo sexual o libido varía naturalmente. Si una persona desea aumentar su libido, existen muchos métodos que puede probar, incluso el estilo de vida, dieta, remedios y consejos sexuales. Aquí, ver...
02:17 2019-10-11

Why baboons may provide clues about human gut microbiome New findings suggest that although bonobos and chimpanzees are the closest to humans genetically, baboons have the most similar gut bacteria. Why is this?...
02:17 2019-10-11

Depression: Brief change in diet may relieve symptoms The role of nutrition in depression is an area of increasing research. A recent study tries a 3-week nutritional intervention and reports some success....
02:17 2019-10-11

How air pollution may lead to hair loss New research explains the effect of pollution particles on hair follicle cells and suggests that the mechanism explains why pollution leads to hair loss....
02:17 2019-10-11

Thyroid cancer: New test could reduce unnecessary diagnostic surgeries A new test that looks for a chemical fingerprint of thyroid cancer in fine needle aspiration samples may improve the accuracy of preoperative diagnosis....
02:17 2019-10-11

What to know about post-viral syndrome Post-viral syndrome, or post-viral fatigue, refers to tiredness or weakness that lingers after a person fights off a viral infection. Learn more here....
02:17 2019-10-11

House panel pressures Reynolds to stop advertising Vuse e-cigarettes, pushes for documents A House panel is requesting a slew of documents from Reynolds after the company ignored the committee's request to stop advertising its e-cigarettes....
00:51 2019-10-11

Men who conceive with assisted reproduction at increased prostate cancer risk (Reuters Health) - Men who conceive children using assisted reproduction techniques (ART) like in vitro fertilization (IVF) are more likely to develop prostate cancer and may benefit from screening, a...
00:17 2019-10-11

U.S. appeals court will not disqualify judge in opioid cases or delay trial A federal appeals court on Thursday cleared the way for a landmark trial over the nation's opioid crisis, rejecting a bid by eight drug retailers and distributors to disqualify the judge, and a reques...
00:17 2019-10-11

U.S. judge urges parties to wisely use Purdue opioid settlement funds A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Thursday urged parties that will benefit from a proposed settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP to focus on addressing the opioid addiction crisis and avoid battli...
00:17 2019-10-11

Sun, sand and vape waste: A new type of litter piles up on American beaches When Mike Castellano patrols the beaches of the New Jersey Shore, he is no longer surprised to find discarded vape pens and spent "e-juice" cartridges scattered in the white sand....
00:17 2019-10-11

Trump EPA proposes overhaul of lead in drinking water rule, critics call plan weak The Trump administration on Thursday proposed retooling a 1991 rule on lead and cooper contamination in drinking water, but critics said the change slows by 20 years the timeline for removing aging l...
00:17 2019-10-11

Arizona leads country in West Nile virus deaths: CDC Arizona is leading the country this year in terms of West Nile virus deaths, according to a recent tally from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)....
00:17 2019-10-11

Man died after 'very hot' fish cake burned his throat so badly he couldn’t breathe: report A new report says a 51-year-old British wedding planner died earlier this year after he reportedly ate a fish cake so hot it burned his throat, causing swelling to his airways that ultimately impeded ...
00:17 2019-10-11

Bjorn Thorbjarnarson, Surgeon to Warhol and the Shah, Dies at 98 Warhol’s death in New York after undergoing surgery put him at the center of a lawsuit, but a later investigation suggested he and a hospital had not been at fault....
23:17 2019-10-10

Daily on Healthcare: Fetal remains case takes another turn Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
23:17 2019-10-10

Smoking Fewer Than 5 Cigarettes a Day Damages Your Lungs Almost as Much as Smoking a Whole Pack, Study Says Health officials have long argued there’s no safe amount of smoking—but, even still, many people assume a cigarette here and there doesn’t hurt. A new study published in the Lancet R...
21:51 2019-10-10

Researchers Went Through High Schoolers’ Trash to Find Out Which Tobacco Products They’re Using. Here’s What They Found The National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS) is perhaps the most conventional way to learn which tobacco products young people are using. But researchers working with the Centers for Disease Control and P...
21:51 2019-10-10

‘Ostomy doesn’t have to define you’: Toronto woman fights to end stigma A Toronto woman is harnessing the power of social media in an effort to reduce the stigma around ostomy in an evolving campaign that has spanned a decade....
19:17 2019-10-10

China flies in 900 Danish breeding pigs to replenish herd One of China's top pig farming companies imported 906 breeding pigs from Denmark this week, China's customs said on Wednesday, in the first import of live pigs in a year....
18:17 2019-10-10

Belgium's UCB to buy Ra Pharmaceuticals in $2.1 billion cash deal UCB has agreed to acquire U.S.-based Ra Pharmaceuticals for $2.1 billion, both companies reported on Thursday, in a deal that will enable the Belgian drugmaker to offer new treatment opportunities for...
18:17 2019-10-10

Singapore to ban sugary drink ads in fight against diabetes Singapore will ban advertisements of certain fizzy drinks and juices, its health ministry said on Thursday, part of a raft of measures to curb consumption of sugar in the city-state, which has some of...
18:17 2019-10-10

Congo's Ebola outbreak slows but still entrenched in insecure areas: WHO The Ebola epidemic in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo has been confined to a rural area rife with militias and people on the move, making it harder to stamp out altogether, the World Health ...
18:17 2019-10-10

International donors pledge $14 billion to tackle AIDS: Macron International donors pledged around $14 billion to fight AIDS on Thursday, French President Emmanuel Macron told a donors' conference in city of Lyon....
18:17 2019-10-10

France detects mild bird flu virus on duck farm: OIE France has detected a low-pathogenic H5 bird flu virus on a duck farm in the centre of the country, the Paris-based World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said on Thursday, citing a report from th...
18:17 2019-10-10

Gingers Unite: Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry promote mental health The doorbell rings to the tune of the British national anthem "God Save the Queen", and Prince Harry opens the door to find Ed Sheeran on the threshold. Both men have red hair and beards....
18:17 2019-10-10

Healthier diet may help lift depression symptoms (Reuters Health) - Young adults who eat poorly and feel blue might be able to perk themselves up by switching to a healthier diet, a small study suggests....
18:17 2019-10-10

U.S. judge overseeing opioid litigation won't be disqualified: U.S. appeals court A federal appeals court on Thursday rejected a bid by eight drug retailers and distributors to disqualify the judge overseeing nationwide opioid litigation, after they claimed his rulings, public stat...
18:17 2019-10-10

World Mental Health Day sheds light on worrying rates of youth suicide Worldwide, 800,000 people die by suicide each year - one every 40 seconds - making it the second leading cause of death among young people (aged 15 to 29), the World Health Organization (WHO) said on ...
17:17 2019-10-10

Ebola on the run in DR Congo, ‘now we have to kill the virus’: UN health agency Efforts to eradicate the deadly Ebola epidemic in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are proving successful but “now we have to kill the virus”, the UN health agency said on Thursday....
17:17 2019-10-10

Owning a dog could help you live longer, new research suggests Good news, dog lovers: Having a canine companion at your side could actually help you live longer — especially if you’re a stroke or heart attack survivor who lives alone. ...
15:51 2019-10-10

Most pregnant women aren’t getting flu and whooping cough vaccines: CDC Less than half of pregnant women in the US are receiving the flu and whooping cough vaccines, both of which protect not only the mother from disease but her unborn child as well. ...
15:51 2019-10-10

Ohio dad with breast cancer says he'd be 'nothing' without God, family Breast cancer is most often associated with women, and for good reason: At least 1 in 8 U.S. women will be diagnosed with it during her lifetime. But an Ohio father who was diagnosed with the disease ...
15:51 2019-10-10

Two Army soldiers being treated for vaping-related illness The Army is treating two active-duty soldiers for vaping-related illness, days after most military branches banned e-cigarette products at their stores on base. ...
15:51 2019-10-10

Maintaining Healthy Weight May Help Diabetes Management: Study The study revealed that diabetic patients, who regain weight, lose out on benefits of reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases compared to those who maintain their weight....
13:17 2019-10-10

Bhai Dooj 2019: Date, Time, Significance And Foods To Celebrate With Bhai Dooj is celebrated two days post Diwali and commemorates the bond between a brother and sister. Read about how and when to celebrate the auspicious festival this year....
13:17 2019-10-10

Review: Artisan Lab Cafe Offers A Mix Of Retail Therapy And Great Food Artisan Lab Cafe is a hybrid cafe that serves an eclectic mix of dishes from the European cuisine and they are created using seasonal and sustainably sourced ingredients....
13:17 2019-10-10

Sleep disturbances may increase risk Alzheimer's disease risk in Hispanic people In the short-term, sleep disorders cause an inconvenience. But over time, researchers say, these disorders can increase risk for Alzheimer's disease, with greatest risk coming for Hispanic people....
11:17 2019-10-10

What can cause pain in the perineum? There are many possible causes of pain in the perineum, which can be uncomfortable and disruptive. Here, we discuss possible causes and treatments that can help....
08:51 2019-10-10

What can cause toes to go numb? Toe numbness can be mild and disappear quickly, or it may be longer lasting. Many health issues and conditions cause numb toes, and the treatment depends on the cause. Learn more here....
08:51 2019-10-10

How often should a man release sperm? Frequently releasing sperm may have many health benefits and effects on the body. Learn more here about how frequent or infrequent ejaculation affects sperm count and overall well-being....
08:51 2019-10-10

What is Stevens-Johnson syndrome? Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a rare disorder of the skin and mucous membranes that may be life threatening. A person usually has flu-like symptoms first and then develops a red or purple rash on the bo...
08:51 2019-10-10

What to know about female-to-male surgery Female-to-male gender-affirming surgery may involve the creation of a new penis. Learn more about what to expect from different forms of this surgery here....
08:51 2019-10-10

What are migraine auras? Migraine auras are sensory symptoms, including visual disturbances and physical sensations, that occur during or before a migraine episode. Learn more here....
08:51 2019-10-10

Ocho causas de dolor en el pezón Con frecuencia las mujeres sienten dolor en los pezones durante sus períodos menstruales, el embarazo o mientras están amamantando. En este artículo, aprende sobre las causas comunes y cómo tratarlas....
08:51 2019-10-10

¿Cuáles son los primeros signos de diabetes tipo 2? Reconocer las primeras señales de la diabetes tipo 2 es de vital importancia. Recibir tratamiento y hacer los cambios de estilo de vida apropiados lo antes posible puede reducir el riesgo de desarroll...
08:51 2019-10-10

Lo que debes saber sobre la insuficiencia cardíaca congestiva La insuficiencia cardíaca congestiva sistólica es cuando el corazón no bombea suficiente sangre, impidiendo que otros órganos reciban la que necesitan. La enfermedad tiene 4 etapas y puede ser grave. ...
08:51 2019-10-10

Human breath may significantly affect office air quality New evidence suggest that humans unintentionally pollute office air by carrying and spreading harmful volatile compounds into the indoor environment....
08:51 2019-10-10

Having a dog may boost survival after a heart attack or stroke Two new studies show that owning a dog significantly reduces people's risk of death following a heart attack or stroke, as well as death from any cause....
08:51 2019-10-10

Graphene air filter traps and kills bacteria Scientists have devised a graphene air filter that can capture and destroy microorganisms, such as bacteria and other infectious agents and contaminants....
08:51 2019-10-10

What to know about boswellia Boswellia is a resin that has widespread use in natural medicine. Scientific research is starting to provide evidence for its effects on inflammatory health conditions. Learn about its possible uses, ...
08:51 2019-10-10

What are the best foods to aid digestion? Eating certain foods can make it easier for the digestive system to work. In this article, we discuss some foods that are good for digestion and list some foods to avoid....
08:51 2019-10-10

Support 'winds of change' in DR Congo to consolidate positive developments, urges UN mission chief Recent positive trends could help transform the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) into a stable country, the head of the UN operation there told the Security Council on Wednesday....
02:51 2019-10-10

Daily on Healthcare: Is there a role for surprise billing in HHS Civil Rights office? Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
02:17 2019-10-10

Trump administration proposes relaxing 30-year-old healthcare anti-kickback rules The Trump administration has proposed relaxing 30-year-old rules that prevent self-referrals and kickbacks in medicine, saying they get in the way of different parts of the healthcare system working t...
02:17 2019-10-10

Daily on Healthcare: Another piece of ‘Trumpcare’ rolled out Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
02:17 2019-10-10

'Disturbing': More fetal remains discovered in trunk of South Bend abortion doctor's car Police found additional fetal remains in the trunk of a car parked on an Illinois lot owned by the late Indiana abortion doctor who was already discovered to have collected more than 2,245 parts of fe...
02:17 2019-10-10

Medical education not covering basics of nutrition (Reuters Health) - Although diet plays an outsize role in health and wellness and can be crucial to managing many common chronic conditions, medical schools tend not to devote much time to teaching fu...
02:17 2019-10-10

Massive jury award against J&J highlights risks of its legal strategy A jury award that hit Johnson & Johnson with $8 billion in punitive damages for a case involving its anti-psychotic drug Risperdal highlights the risks of the drugmaker's all-or-nothing legal strateg...
02:17 2019-10-10

China flys in 900 Danish breeding pigs to replenish herd One of China's top pig farming companies imported 906 breeding pigs from Denmark this week, said China's customs on Wednesday, in the first import of live pigs in a year....
23:17 2019-10-09

Trump administration to announce changes to anti-kickback rules for healthcare providers The Trump administration will announce plans to change healthcare regulations on Wednesday to loosen anti-kickback provisions that restrict the kinds of outside services providers can refer patients t...
23:17 2019-10-09

J&J shares fall but $8 billion jury award likely to be slashed Johnson & Johnson shares were off more than 2% on Wednesday, a day after a U.S. jury said it must pay $8 billion in punitive damages to a plaintiff in a case involving its anti-psychotic drug Risperd...
23:17 2019-10-09

Drinking more soda and juice tied to increased diabetes risk (Reuters Health) - People who increase their consumption of sodas, juices and other sweet drinks over time are more likely than those who don't to develop diabetes, a U.S. study suggests....
23:17 2019-10-09

Stroke rates continue decline in the U.S. (Reuters Health) - Rates of stroke among U.S. adults over age 65 have steadily decreased over the past 30 years, according to a study that tracked participants from the 1980s through December 2017....
23:17 2019-10-09

Second leading cause of death in children, firearms attract few U.S. research dollars (Reuters Health) - Few federal dollars are available for research into ways to prevent firearm injuries even though they are the second-leading cause of death among U.S. children and teens and the lea...
23:17 2019-10-09

When Life Gives You Parkinson’s podcast: Empowering people with Parkinson’s On this 'Extra Dosage' episode, we take you to the first in a series of events presented by the Michael J. Fox Foundation called Parkinson’s IQ + You....
21:17 2019-10-09

Chhoti Diwali 2019: Fully Prepared Menu For Chhoti Diwali Party With Recipes Diwali 2019: Planning Diwali parties can be quite a stressful affair, and one that requires preparation. It might be difficult to plan a menu that caters to the tastes and liking of all your guests......
19:17 2019-10-09

This Wholesome Carrot And Tomato Soup May Help You Lose Those Extra Kilos Soups help foster you from within; they ensure steady inflow of nutrients that help keep you warm and healthy. Soups could also prove to be a valuable addition to your weight-loss diet....
19:17 2019-10-09

Weight Loss: 5 Ways Of Making Salad With Olives For Healthy Eating The best meal to have on a weight loss diet is undisputedly a bowl of fresh salad. The addition of olives takes the nutrition quotient of the salads a notch higher....
19:17 2019-10-09

3 Buzzing Restaurants In Indirapuram That You Must Try Once From delicious, handcrafted pizzas to refreshing cocktails, these cafes and restaurant in Indirapuram will light up your evenings with their delicious menus and lovely ambience....
19:17 2019-10-09

Cooking Tips: How To Make Restaurant-Style Red Sauce Pasta At Home  If you too (like us) identify yourself as a true fan of the Italian treat, then we must tell you that it is fairly easy to make the delicacy at home, and we have just the right recipe that could help....
19:17 2019-10-09

Amazon Great Indian Festival: Exciting Deals On Kitchen Appliances There are a number of kitchen appliances that are on sale on Amazon this festival. From refrigerators to water purifiers to microwave ovens, the e-commerce website has a whole gamut of electronics......
19:17 2019-10-09

Takeaway food packaging may be source of synthetic chemicals in blood The food packaging used in some takeaway and fast food meals, as well as microwave popcorn, appear to be a source of potentially harmful chemicals leaching into people’s bodies...
18:51 2019-10-09

What It’s Like to Give Birth after a Uterus Transplant This month, Kayla and Lance Edwards welcomed their daughter Indy Pearl Edwards into the world, and became the fourth couple to have a child through the uterus transplant program at Baylor Scott & Whit...
18:17 2019-10-09

New Report Reveals Widespread Abuse, Mistreatment of Women During Childbirth (JOHANNESBURG) — A new report says more than one-third of women in four low-income countries in Africa and Asia were slapped, mocked, forcibly treated or otherwise abused during childbirth in he...
18:17 2019-10-09

The Toll Mounts From a Mystery Disease Some Call “The New Polio” Carter Roberts’ motorized wheelchair didn’t arrive until the day he died. It had been a long time coming and his parents had fought hard to get it. The chair cost more than $32,000 and the...
18:17 2019-10-09

Climate change emerges as one of the top ballot-box issues among voters: Ipsos poll The poll also showed how top issues varied across age groups. For example, close to a quarter of millennials aged 18 to 34 (24 per cent) indicated education was an important issue, while 40 per cent o...
12:51 2019-10-09

Watch: Make Mooli (Radish) Raita As A Healthy Side Dish For Your Meals This mooli raita will not only enhance your meal but will also provide you with many health benefits. Just like all other raitas, this one too is very quick and easy to prepare....
12:17 2019-10-09

Sexually Transmitted Disease Cases Rise to Record High, C.D.C. Says Cases of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia in the United States jumped last year, and an alarming number of newborn deaths were linked to congenital syphilis....
09:51 2019-10-09

Alibaba to stop sales of e-cigarette components in United States Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba said on Wednesday it will stop selling e-cigarette components in the United States, amid growing regulatory scrutiny and reports of lung disease and some deaths linked ...
08:17 2019-10-09

Alarming number of women mistreated during childbirth, new UN health agency figures show More than a third of women surveyed across four lower-income countries, reported being mistreated during childbirth, a new study led by the World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed. ...
07:17 2019-10-09

FDA approves Clinuvel's rare genetic disorder treatment, shares at record high The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Australian drugmaker Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals Ltd's treatment for a rare inherited disorder that causes skin damage from exposure to light, sending its s...
04:51 2019-10-09

Drinking by prospective fathers tied to infant heart defects (Reuters Health) - Fathers who drink alcohol in the months just before their child is conceived are more likely to have a baby with heart defects than those who abstain prior to conception, a recent s...
01:51 2019-10-09

Jury says J&J must pay $8 billion in case over male breast growth linked to Risperdal Johnson & Johnson must pay $8 billion in punitive damages to a man who previously won $680,000 over his claims that it failed to warn that young men using its antipsychotic drug Risperdal could grow b...
01:51 2019-10-09

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; South Sudan peace accord anniversary; Rights chief B...
01:51 2019-10-09

How to manage hair on and around the penis It is normal for hairs to grow on the penis. However, if a person wishes to remove them for cosmetic reasons, there are many options available. Learn more here....
01:51 2019-10-09

What to know about bronchiolitis Bronchiolitis is a lung infection that primarily affects infants but can also occur in adults. We look at the symptoms, causes, and treatment options. With early intervention, people usually recover w...
01:51 2019-10-09

Cómo tratar la ansiedad de manera natural La ansiedad es uno de los problemas mentales más comunes y afecta a millones de personas cada año. Los tratamientos convencionales incluyen terapia y medicamentos, pero también remedios naturales. En ...
01:51 2019-10-09

Existing blood thinner delays Alzheimer's disease in mice New research in mice suggests that dabigatran, a blood thinning drug, may help delay the development of Alzheimer's by maintaining normal brain blood flow....
01:51 2019-10-09

Through my eyes: Facing a cancer diagnosis My name is Chris Fry, and I received a diagnosis of terminal cancer this year. This is how I came to terms with my diagnosis, and what helped me cope....
01:51 2019-10-09

Breath test for opioids shows promise in pilot study A pilot study of a new test that detects opioid metabolites in exhaled breath has shown promising results. The next step is a larger validation study....
01:51 2019-10-09

How does a vasectomy affect ejaculation? Once the body has healed, ejaculation after a vasectomy should be the same as it was before. Learn more about this and how long sperm remains in the semen here....
01:51 2019-10-09

What causes sores on the penis? Many sores on the penis occur due to sexually transmitted infections or chronic skin conditions. Learn about 12 possible causes and their treatments here....
01:51 2019-10-09

Review: Not Just Coffee, Cafe Tesu Is A Must-Try For These Delicious Dishes Too Cafe Tesu is a hidden gem when it comes to great food. Apart from its popular all-day breakfast menu, its lunch and dinner menu is something that cant be ignored....
00:17 2019-10-09

GSK recalls popular heartburn drug Zantac globally after cancer scare GlaxoSmithKline on Tuesday said it is recalling the popular heartburn medicine Zantac in all markets as a "precaution", days after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found "unacceptable" levels of...
23:51 2019-10-08

Passengers on American Airlines flight to North Carolina possibly exposed to hepatitis A, officials say Passengers on a recent American Airlines flight from San Francisco to Charlotte, N.C., may have been exposed to hepatitis A, officials recently said....
23:17 2019-10-08

Tampon-linked toxic shock syndrome nearly kills North Carolina mom of 5: 'I was extremely ill' A North Carolina mom is warning other women about the potential dangers of using super-absorbent tampons after she nearly died from a toxic shock syndrome (TSS), a rare but serious infection sometimes...
23:17 2019-10-08

E-cigarette maker Juul sued by school districts in Kansas, Missouri and New York School districts in Kansas, Missouri and New York sued e-cigarette giant Juul Monday, accusing the company of endangering the lives of students through deceptive marketing misconduct....
23:17 2019-10-08

Massachusetts girl, 5, infected with EEE discharged from hospital as donations reach $190G A 5-year-old girl from Sudbury, Massachusetts who contracted the potentially deadly mosquito-borne Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus in September was officially cleared to go home late last week...
23:17 2019-10-08

These STDs Are the Most Common Infectious Diseases Reported to the CDC Sexually transmitted disease diagnoses in 2018 broke a record for the fifth consecutive year, according to new data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Chlamydia was the mo...
22:17 2019-10-08

Study: 1 in 3 young adults medicated within year of opioid overdose A new Massachusetts study found that one in three young adults who experienced a non-fatal opioid overdose received opioid use disorder medication within a year....
21:51 2019-10-08

Factbox: U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 21 Massachusetts state health officials on Monday confirmed one death from a mysterious lung illness linked to e-cigarettes, bringing the total number of fatalities to 21 across 18 U.S. states....
20:51 2019-10-08

Novartis gets FDA boost in crowded eye drug market Novartis's anti-blindness medicine Beovu has become the latest eye drug to win U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval, giving the Swiss drugmaker a boost in the increasingly competitive market for...
20:51 2019-10-08

Humira, Rituxan top list of U.S. drugs with biggest price increases: report AbbVie Inc's rheumatoid arthritis drug Humira and Roche Holding AG's cancer drug Rituxan topped a list of seven treatments whose combined 2017 and 2018 price hikes accounted for a $5.1 billion increas...
20:51 2019-10-08

Cracks in Purdue's proposed opioid settlement as Arizona backs out The U.S. state of Arizona withdrew its support for a proposed nationwide opioid settlement with Purdue Pharma LP, saying the maker of OxyContin sought to "undermine material terms of the deal," accord...
20:51 2019-10-08

U.S. FDA approves Clinuvel Pharma's rare genetic disorder treatment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday it approved Australian drugmaker Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals Ltd's treatment for a rare inherited disorder that results in skin damage from exposure ...
20:51 2019-10-08

CDC says STD cases in U.S. rose to record high in 2018 as funding lags The number of Americans who were diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) last year rose to a record high, U.S. health officials said on Tuesday, partly because funding for local health dep...
20:51 2019-10-08

Dog ownership linked with longer life, especially for heart patients (Reuters Health) - Dog owners live longer, and canine companionship may be especially good for people with heart disease and those living alone, new research shows....
20:51 2019-10-08

GSK recalls prescription-only versions of heartburn drug Zantac GlaxoSmithKline is recalling prescription-only versions of its popular heartburn medicine Zantac as a "precautionary measure" due to a probable cancer-causing impurity in the drugs, Britain's medicine...
20:51 2019-10-08

Diabetics can reduce heat illness from exercise (Reuters Health) - Diabetes can make people more prone to heat stroke when they exercise on hot days, but two studies suggest there are things diabetics and others can do to lower their risk of heat-r...
20:51 2019-10-08

Pregnant Women Should Get Flu and Whooping Cough Shots, C.D.C. Says Millions do not, and they may be endangering their babies as well as themselves. Only 35 percent of pregnant women get both vaccines; about half get one....
19:17 2019-10-08

Weight Loss: This Protein-Rich, Moong Dal Dessert Fudge Is Perfect For Dieters This is a halwa-like fudge made of hari moong dal or green lentil that is high in protein and really fibrous in nature. The recipe of this dal dessert fudge shows how you can turn this nutritious food...
13:17 2019-10-08

Watch: Try Making This Nutritious Apple Cake For Vegan Diet (Recipe Video) This cake is not justeggless and dairy-free; it is also healthful with nutrients from the apple sauce. It is easy-to-make and gets you a super soft, moist and spongy cake, just the way you'd like it....
12:51 2019-10-08

Watch: How To Make The Awadhi Mutton Delight Kundan Kaliyan At Home The dish belongs to the Awadhi cuisine, which is the cuisine native of the city of Lucknow- the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. The word 'kundan' refers to the golden colour of the lamb pieces and the....
12:51 2019-10-08

Watch: Easy, Healthy Low-Fat Pepper Chicken Recipe For Weight Loss (Recipe Video) This recipe is low in fat and calories so that you can easily make it a part of your weight loss diet. Well, who knew 350 calories (or less!) could taste so good?!...
12:51 2019-10-08

High-Protein Diet: 5 Smart Ways To Include More Chicken In Your Diet High Protein Diet: Red meat like mutton and pork are usually high in fats and cholesterol. Lean meat like chicken is touted to be a better option for dieters....
12:51 2019-10-08

Yukon introduces stricter vaping laws, raises smoking age to 19 Health Minister Pauline Frost says the proposed legislation is part of the territory's ongoing efforts to discourage the use of the addictive and harmful products....
12:17 2019-10-08

Youth suicide attempts often involve over-the-counter painkillers (Reuters Health) - Young people who attempt suicide by poisoning often use antidepressants or over-the-counter medicines like acetaminophen, ibuprofen and aspirin, a U.S. study suggests....
09:51 2019-10-08

More U.S. heart disease patients may be choosing to die at home (Reuters Health) - Fewer U.S. patients with cardiovascular disease are dying in hospitals and more of them are dying at home, a new analysis suggests....
09:51 2019-10-08

Teen depression risk lower in close-knit families (Reuters Health) - Teens with positive family relationships may be less likely to develop depression during adolescence or early adulthood, a new study suggests....
09:51 2019-10-08

Kroger, Walgreens to stop sales of e-cigarettes amid U.S. vaping crackdown Kroger Co and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc said on Monday they would stop selling e-cigarettes at their stores, amid heightened regulatory scrutiny of the product and reports of lung disease and some ...
09:51 2019-10-08

Novartis gets U.S. approval for eye drug Beovu Novartis has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its Beovu drug to treat a cause of vision loss, the Swiss pharmaceuticals company said on Tuesday....
09:51 2019-10-08

3 NICU babies die after contracting bacterial infection in Pennsylvania hospital A hospital in Pennsylvania said on Monday that it will transfer some babies to nearby medical facilities following the deaths of three premature infants....
08:51 2019-10-08

Daily on Healthcare: Democratic rivals question Warren's commitment to 'Medicare for All' Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
08:17 2019-10-08

Illinois Democrat proposes capping nicotine levels in e-cigarettes Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, an Illinois Democrat, proposed a plan Monday to cap nicotine levels in e-cigarettes, a new and aggressive strategy for countering a rise in teen vaping that officials conside...
08:17 2019-10-08

Warren labor proposal would skim Medicaid dues from home healthcare workers Elizabeth Warren has issued a labor reform proposal that would likely result in home healthcare providers having chunks taken out of their checks without their consent by unions....
08:17 2019-10-08

High Protein Diet: This 10-Minute Egg Recipe Is Ideal For Busy Or Lazy Mornings Eggs are so incredibly easy to cook with and there are endless preparations you can use them for, which makes them our favourite morning companion for a high-protein diet....
05:51 2019-10-08

Superfoods Demystified: The Truth About Superfoods Yogurt or dahi is an excellent source of protein and calcium but did you know that it contains live bacteria that makes it a probiotic and packs a nutritional punch for our gut and makes our digestion...
05:51 2019-10-08

Durga Puja 2019: Celebrate The Last Day Of The Festival With This Delicious Lau Chingri The culmination of Durga Puja should be celebrated with sumptuous foods and this lauki chingri recipe is just perfect to enjoy a good meal with family and friends....
05:51 2019-10-08

'Computer Kidney' Suggests Enough Water Intake Daily Kidney not only controls the water balance but also produces highly concentrated urine to get rid of waste using as little water as possible when the body is dehydrated....
05:51 2019-10-08

Weight Loss: Add These 2 Protein-Rich Ingredients To Moong Dal Cheela To Shed Kilos Protein-rich foods help induce a feeling of satiety that keeps untimely hunger cravings at bay, further preventing you from bingeing on fattening and greasy foods....
05:51 2019-10-08

Watch: This Cheesy Keto Paneer Bhurji Is Sure To Make You Crave For More (Recipe Video Inside) You can give the regular paneer bhurji an interesting spin by adding to it a keto element. How, you ask? Just add cheese to it and you're good to go....
05:51 2019-10-08

Change In Weather: 6 Vitamin C-Rich Foods To Help Fight Cold And Cough Vitamin C is known to improve immune system of the body. The nutrient is replete with antioxidants that keeps a check on harmful chemical reactions in the body. Here are foods for Vitamin C-rich diet....
05:51 2019-10-08

Exercise may prevent, limit heart damage for chemotherapy patients Chemotherapy is known to increase the risk for cardiovascular disease, but researchers say physical activity for a group of patients known to get less exercise could lower that risk....
03:51 2019-10-08

US lawmaker introduces bill cutting nicotine in e-cigarettes amid teen vaping epidemic Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill., is introducing a bill that would cap the amount of nicotine in e-cigarettes as lawmakers seek to stem an "epidemic" of teen vaping....
01:51 2019-10-08

Op-Ed: Humana study reveals $265 billion wasted on health care each year in the US A groundbreaking research study released Monday by Humana reveals $1 out of every $4 spent on health care in the U.S. annually is being wasted, totaling $265 billion....
01:51 2019-10-08

Kroger, Walgreens to stop selling e-cigarettes, amid backlash and regulatory uncertainty The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified at least 18 confirmed deaths due to a mysterious vaping disease. Walmart and Rite Aid have taken similar steps....
01:51 2019-10-08

President’s Choice infant formula recalled over possible bacteria contamination The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the product was sold in stores across the country in 900 gram packages with a best before date of Aug. 29, 2021....
01:51 2019-10-08

Narcissism declines as we grow older Researchers revisit two surveys that looked at narcissism in a group of students and then 23 years later. It finds that narcissism declines over the years....
23:51 2019-10-07

How whales and dolphins evolved for life at sea New research identifies 85 genes, the loss of which may have allowed whales, dolphins, and other cetaceans to adapt to life in an aquatic environment....
23:51 2019-10-07

Deep brain stimulation can be effective for severe depression A study that gathered data for at least 8 years has shown that deep brain stimulation can have a robust, sustained effect in people with severe depression....
23:51 2019-10-07

What to know about a sprained toe A sprained toe is a common injury that is often tender and painful. Broken toes and sprained toes share many causes and symptoms. Learn more about a sprained toe here....
23:51 2019-10-07

Tips for cleaning and unclogging nose pores When skin pores become clogged, they can appear larger. Here, we discuss the best ways to clean and unclog pores on the nose and support healthy skin....
23:51 2019-10-07

What to know about sugar detox symptoms Sugar detox symptoms may feel unpleasant, but they are temporary and should subside after a few days. Learn about possible sugar detox symptoms and how to manage sugar withdrawal....
23:51 2019-10-07

U.S. recorded seven new cases of measles last week The United States recorded 7 new measles cases last week taking the total cases for the year to 1,250 in the worst outbreak since 1992, federal health officials said on Monday....
19:51 2019-10-07

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Acorda appeal in MS drug patent fight The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Acorda Therapeutics Inc's appeal of a lower court ruling that allowed generic versions of its multiple sclerosis treatment Ampyra and caused the drug'...
19:51 2019-10-07

Nobel Medicine Prize won by doctors for work on cells' response to oxygen Two Americans and a Briton won the 2019 Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for discovering a molecular switch that regulates how cells adapt to fluctuating oxygen levels, opening up new approaches to trea...
19:51 2019-10-07

Bill Gates Makes Hopeful Predictions for Global Health Bill Gates told an audience at the University of Cambridge on Monday that global malnutrition will be solved and malaria will be virtually eliminated by 2040 if world leaders choose to fund scientific...
19:17 2019-10-07

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded to 3 Scientists for Oxygen Research STOCKHOLM — The 2019 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to scientists William G. Kaelin, Jr, Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza. They received the award jointly for the...
17:17 2019-10-07

Accelmed seeks to raise $100 million for fourth health tech fund Accelmed, a U.S.-Israel group of funds investing in medical device and digital health companies, said on Monday it was establishing a new fund with the aim of raising and managing $100 million....
14:51 2019-10-07

Doctors who deciphered body's response to oxygen win Nobel Medicine Prize Two Americans and a Briton won the 2019 Nobel Medicine Prize on Monday for discovering a molecular switch that regulates how cells adapt to fluctuating oxygen levels, opening up new approaches to trea...
14:51 2019-10-07

Nobel prize for medicine goes to discovery of how cells sense oxygen The Nobel prize in physiology or medicine has been jointly awarded to William Kaelin of Harvard University, Peter Ratcliffe of Oxford University and Gregg Semenza of Johns Hopkins University, for thei...
13:51 2019-10-07

Michigan boy, 12, burned in 'fire challenge' game, mom says A 12-year-old Michigan boy is suffering from severe burns after partaking in the "fire challenge" — and his mother is speaking out in an effort to warn other parents....
12:17 2019-10-07

In a Race Against Death, No Way to Call a Doctor Medical personnel in Kashmir say preventable deaths are happening because of blocked streets, medicine shortages, and a phone and internet blockade by India....
09:17 2019-10-07

Green tea compound could help in the battle against super bugs As the antibiotic resistance crisis deepens, experts are looking for new angles. A new study concludes that a compound found in green tea could be useful....
04:51 2019-10-07

Australia to fund research on medicinal cannabis as demand grows Australia will provide A$3 million ($2.03 million) for research on the use of cannabis to help cancer patients, its health minister said on Sunday, as the demand for medicinal cannabis products grows ...
21:17 2019-10-06

Bayer says October U.S. glyphosate trial delayed until February A pending U.S. lawsuit over claims related to Bayer's glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup has been delayed, the company said on Sunday, with a new court date set for February, 2020....
21:17 2019-10-06

Is this how fructose worsens the effect of high fat diets? A new mouse study reveals that adding fructose to high fat diets disrupts fat burning in the liver through effects on fat oxidation genes and mitochondria....
02:00 2019-10-06

EEE virus: Causes, symptoms and prevention Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), also referred to as triple E, is a viral illness transmitted to humans and horses by the bite of an infected mosquito....
23:00 2019-10-05

Fake doctor's butt enlargement procedure nearly kills patient, detectives say A Florida woman accused of using a risky filler during a butt enhancement procedure is facing felony charges after the chemical nearly killed her patient, according to police....
23:00 2019-10-05

Watch: How To Make Healthy Yet Delicious Poha Gur Ladoo At Home It is a traditional Indian sweet which is healthy, easy to prepare, and tastes delicious, with the rich and rustic flavours of jaggery and melted ghee....
18:34 2019-10-05

Democratic rivals question Warren's commitment to 'Medicare for All' Elizabeth Warren’s Democratic rivals are putting pressure on her campaign to explain the extent of her support for “Medicare for All” and to detail whether she would accept any alternatives as preside...
17:00 2019-10-05

Vaping advocates gear up to fight Trump proposed ban on flavors Advocates for the rights to vape and sell flavored vaping products are preparing for a fight if the Trump administration moves forward with a ban on flavored vaping liquids, a measure the administrati...
17:00 2019-10-05

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Instant Rava Vada At Home (Watch Recipe Video) Rava Vada Recipe: Vada, alongside Idli, is one of the most popular South Indian snacks of all time. This amazing vada recipe is sure to strike a chord with both kids and adults, alike....
15:34 2019-10-05

Navratri 2019: Vrat-Friendly Aloo Chilla Recipe (Watch Recipe Video) There's a lot that you can do with aloo to make your Navratri food tastier and filling. Here's a recipe of vrat-friendly aloo ka chilla that is not easy to make but can also be prepared in just......
15:34 2019-10-05

Experts Reveal People Eat 48% More When They Eat With Friends And Family Experts from at the University of Birmingham led a team of researchers in Britain and Australia found that we eat more with friends and family than when dining alone -- a possible throwback to our......
15:34 2019-10-05

What to know about Xanax overdose Taking too much Xanax can cause mild to serious side effects, and taking other drugs along with Xanax can increase the risk of overdose. Learn about the symptoms, risks, and treatments of a Xanax ove...
11:34 2019-10-05

What is claudication? Claudication is pain, cramping, or fatigue in the muscles that usually occurs during exercise and goes away with rest. Learn about why it happens, what it feels like, and treatments here....
11:34 2019-10-05

¿Por qué se hinchan mis pies? Los pies hinchados pueden tener varias causas. Algunas, como tobillo torcido o fracturado, son obvias. Otras podrían requerir atención médica urgente, como un coágulo de sangre en la pierna, falla car...
11:34 2019-10-05

¿Por qué me duele el brazo izquierdo? El dolor repentino o inexplicable del brazo izquierdo puede deberse al envejecimiento, pero también puede indicar un ataque cardíaco o angina. ¿Cómo saberlo? Infórmate aquí sobre diagnóstico, tratam...
11:34 2019-10-05

Qué alimentos puedo comer si tengo diarrea La diarrea suele durar hasta 3 días. Durante este tiempo, es mejor consumir alimentos blandos y mucha agua para evitar la deshidratación. Aprende aquí sobre qué alimentos comer y cuáles evitar, los cu...
11:34 2019-10-05

Los 10 efectos secundarios más comunes de la píldora anticonceptiva Las píldoras anticonceptivas pueden ser una forma efectiva de evitar un embarazo, aliviar dolores menstruales y ayudar con el acné. Pero pueden tener efectos secundarios indeseables. Cuáles son las pí...
11:34 2019-10-05

¿Qué significan los diferentes colores de las secreciones durante el embarazo? La secreción normal durante el embarazo es transparente o blanca y se conoce como leucorrea. Otros colores pueden indicar infecciones de candidiasis, una ITS o problemas más graves que necesitan atenc...
11:34 2019-10-05

How plant based diets can help people with rheumatoid arthritis A new review of specialist literature shows that following a plant based diet can reduce rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, and explains why that may be....
11:34 2019-10-05

¿Por qué mis heces son verdes? Explicación del color de las heces Las heces verdes usualmente son causadas por comer demasiados vegetales o tomar ciertos antibióticos. Cuando ocurre sin motivos conocidos, la causa podría ser más grave. Qué significa el color de las ...
11:34 2019-10-05

What to know about sagging testicles As a normal part of aging, the scrotum loses elasticity, and the skin starts to sag. Some medical conditions can also cause the skin to appear saggy. Learn more about saggy balls and how to treat them...
11:34 2019-10-05

Even naturally sweet drinks may increase diabetes risk A new study has found that sweet drinks with and without added sugar, as well as 'diet'-type soft drinks are associated with an increase in diabetes risk....
11:34 2019-10-05

Indoor tanning and skin cancer risk across the years Researchers looking at indoor tanning and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma find that the overall number of tanning sessions links to increased risk....
11:34 2019-10-05

What are the best natural treatments for PCOS? Natural treatments and lifestyle changes, such as diet changes, supplements, and herbal remedies, may help with the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Learn what the research says here....
11:34 2019-10-05

Should you pop a hemorrhoid? In this article, we discuss why popping a hemorrhoid is not safe and can cause more serious problems. We also look at advised treatment options for hemorrhoids....
11:34 2019-10-05

What to do when baby temperature is low A baby with temperature that is low may be healthy, but it is important to take steps to return their temperature to a normal range. Learn about causes of low temperatures in babies, and how to treat ...
11:34 2019-10-05

FIFA and UN kick off healthy living campaign, to harness global game’s ‘huge potential’ At a ceremony held in Geneva on Friday, the World Health Organization (WHO) and football’s world governing body, FIFA, announced that they are teaming up to raise awareness of the benefits of a health...
06:00 2019-10-05

Ground-breaking clean air protocol to guard human health and the planet, enters into force European and North American countries will take a major stride in cleaning up the atmosphere next Monday, 7 October, through the implementation of an amended legally binding treaty to limit the amount...
06:00 2019-10-05

Sanders Said He Had a Common Heart Procedure. So Why the Mystery? For three days, Mr. Sanders did not disclose pertinent health details, stirring questions about his condition. On Friday evening, doctors confirmed he had suffered a heart attack....
03:34 2019-10-05

Eating nuts might help limit weight gain (Reuters Health) - Despite their high calorie counts, daily doses of nuts might help people keep off excess weight, especially when nuts are substituted for less healthy foods, a recent study suggests...
02:00 2019-10-05

Touch-button survey points to frustration among ER workers (Reuters Health) - A pilot study aimed at gauging the real-time mood in busy emergency rooms suggests doctors and nurses often feel strained as the number of waiting patients rises....
02:00 2019-10-05

Celiac families may not need two toasters (Reuters Health) - Often when someone in the family has celiac disease, two sets of kitchenware are used to avoid inadvertent exposures to gluten. But a new study suggests that may not be necessary....
02:00 2019-10-05

U.S. judge denies industry motion to lift Massachusetts' four-month ban on vaping sales U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani on Friday denied a motion by the vaping industry to lift Massachusetts' four-month ban on the sale of e-cigarettes and related products....
02:00 2019-10-05

U.S. judge keeps intact Massachusetts' toughest-in-nation vaping ban A federal judge on Friday denied an industry bid to put on hold Massachusetts' four-month ban on the sale of vaping products, keeping intact the toughest prohibition yet in a rapidly developing respon...
02:00 2019-10-05

Supreme Court to take up Louisiana abortion law, revisiting major 2016 case The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a Louisiana abortion law that sets requirements on clinics and doctors, a case that could lead to the court overturning a major abortion-related dec...
01:00 2019-10-05

Daily on Healthcare: Trump casts himself as the guardian of Medicare, the program Republicans have long sought to overhaul Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
01:00 2019-10-05

Dussehra 2019: Puja Time, Significance and Foods To Celebrate The Festival With Dussehra 2019: Marking an end to the nine-day long festival of Navratri and Durga puja, Dussehra or Vijaydashmi is here to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. It is being celebrated this year on....
00:34 2019-10-05

Durga Puja 2019: 6 Sweets You Must Have During Puja Pandal-Hopping There are plenty of them out there; if you are feeling spoilt for choice at any point, perhaps you can come back to this list comprising some classic and some underrated sweets of Bengal....
00:34 2019-10-05

Weight Loss: 3 Delicious Low-Fat Chicken Recipes To Add To Your Diet Chicken is a great low-cost source of dietary protein that you can add to your diet, but make sure you cook it in ways that are healthy and low in grease and added fats....
00:34 2019-10-05

The New Menu At Cafe Inside Stories Is All Things Decadent Cafe Inside Stories has recently introduced few more dishes to its already existing menu, further making it more elaborate and toothsome. We tried some of the new additions in the menu and here are......
00:34 2019-10-05

Kitchen Hacks: How To Crack Open A Walnut, Three Ways Walnut also happens to be one of the most easily accessible nuts in our country. It is yummy and oh-so-nutritious. Walnuts are incredible for brain and heart health....
00:34 2019-10-05

Healthy Dessert Recipes: 3 Yummy Fruit And Yogurt Parfait Recipes To Try For those with a sweet tooth, parfaits are a Godsend as they are easy to assemble, taste great and make for healthy dishes to satiate sweet cravings with. Here are 3 recipes you can try!...
00:34 2019-10-05

Chemical burns from vaping? Lung damage resembles mustard gas exposure, Mayo Clinic doctors say Doctors from the Mayo Clinic analyzed lung tissue samples from patients who became ill after vaping and determined the damage to their lungs resembles chemical burns, such as those from mustard gas, a...
00:00 2019-10-05

Legionnaires’ outbreak in North Carolina linked to hot tubs at state fair, officials say An outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease that’s killed at least one person and sickened 124 others has been linked to a hot tub display at a state fair, state health officials announced this week. ...
00:00 2019-10-05

Girl, 10, hospitalized after suffering stroke, mom says it was 'completely out of the blue' When single mom Hayley Clark found her 10-year-old daughter collapsed on the bathroom floor, she never suspected that stroke was a cause of her “healthy” daughter’s medical scare. ...
00:00 2019-10-05

Opioid doctor's 40-year sentence is stark reminder of widespread overdose epidemic Opioids are often used to treat chronic and acute pain, and when used appropriately can be a solution for patients. But the drugs also come with serious risks, including addiction, or the potential fo...
00:00 2019-10-05

Vectura, Sandoz win ruling on inhaler packaging case against GSK Vectura Group said on Friday a British court had ruled in its favor on the packaging of a generic version of an inhaler made by bigger rival GlaxoSmithKline....
21:34 2019-10-04

Social media may distract nurses from their jobs (Reuters Health) - Nurses' productivity takes a hit when they become 'addicted' to using social media at work, a habit that distracts them from tasks at hand, a small study suggests....
21:34 2019-10-04

U.S. retains measles-elimination status despite worst outbreak in quarter century The United States has kept its World Health Organization designation as a country that has eliminated measles even though it had 1,249 reported cases this year in the worst outbreak since 1992, federa...
21:34 2019-10-04

Legionnaire's outbreak linked to hot tubs kills one, sickens dozens in North Carolina An outbreak of Legionnaire's disease that has killed one person and sickened dozens of others in North Carolina may have spread from contaminated hot tubs at a state fair last month, authorities said....
21:34 2019-10-04

Factbox: U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 20 Michigan and Pennsylvania state health officials confirmed one death each from a mysterious lung illness linked to e-cigarettes, bringing the total number of fatalities to 20 across 17 U.S. states....
21:34 2019-10-04

Nova Scotia doctor shortage forces ongoing emergency department closures Daily announcements of emergency department closures have become routine on local radio stations in Nova Scotia, where a doctor shortage has created dire conditions....
21:34 2019-10-04

Vaping-Related Death Toll Rises to 18 as Health Officials Sound the Alarm on E-Cigarette Use The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Thursday that the number of people who have died from a vaping-related illness has increased to 18 as of Wednesday. The number of vaping-...
21:00 2019-10-04

Vectura, Sandoz gets favorable ruling in inhaler packaging case against GSK Vectura Group said on Friday a British court had ruled in its and partner Sandoz's favor over the packaging of a generic version of an inhaler made by bigger rival GlaxoSmithKline....
19:00 2019-10-04

FIFA and WHO team up to promote healthy stadiums, fans Soccer's world governing body FIFA and the World Health Organization (WHO) agreed on Friday to work together to ensure tobacco-free environments at stadiums and to promote healthy lifestyles through f...
19:00 2019-10-04

Massachusetts officials to defend toughest-in-nation vaping ban in federal court Massachusetts health officials on Friday are expected to defend their crackdown on sales of vaping products in a courtroom battle that will test the toughest measures yet in a rapidly developing respo...
13:00 2019-10-04

FDA green lights AstraZeneca's asthma drug Fasenra for self-administration British drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Friday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved self-administration of its asthma treatment Fasenra which uses a pre-filled, single-use auto-...
12:01 2019-10-04

Early pregnancy symptoms: Nine signs you could be expecting a baby Pregnancy symptoms can be obvious, but sometimes they can be so subtle they are missed – here we share eight signs you could be expecting a baby...
12:00 2019-10-04

Indus Express At Vivanta New Delhi Is Hosting A 12-Day Bengali Food Festival The festival will begin on Vijaydashmi or Dussehra, which falls on October 8th, 2019. The day also marks the end of Navratri and the beginning of a period of indulgence and spoiling yourself....
11:34 2019-10-04

Watch: Make This Pineapple Sheera For Your Guests This Festive Season While there is no dearth of dessert options to prepare for the ongoing and upcoming festive seasons, we're here to give you the recipe of a delectable and unique dessert delight that is sure to......
11:34 2019-10-04

What are the health benefits of cardamom? Cardamom is a spice that many people use in cooking and medicine. Here, we discuss the possible research-backed benefits of cardamom, such as providing antioxidants, improving heart health, and fighti...
10:34 2019-10-04

Tips on how to sleep when pregnant Many women have concerns about how to sleep when pregnant. Pregnancy can cause difficulty sleeping, and certain sleeping positions are safer than others. Learn how to sleep when pregnant here, includi...
10:34 2019-10-04

What to know about pressure in the head Here, we describe causes and treatments for a feeling of pressure in the head. Some underlying issues, such as sinus infections, are common and easy to treat. Learn more here....
10:34 2019-10-04

Why coffee may stimulate bowel movements Researchers are uncertain whether or not drinking coffee stimulates bowel movements. We take a look at possible reasons why it might, along with what other studies suggest....
10:34 2019-10-04

6 ways to tighten loose skin There are many causes of loose, sagging skin, including aging, rapid weight loss, and pregnancy. Learn about ways to prevent and tighten loose skin here....
10:34 2019-10-04

¿Cuáles son los problemas más comunes de la vesícula? La vesícula es un órgano pequeño debajo del hígado. Puede ocasionar problemas cuando el colesterol se mezcla con la bilis y forma cálculos biliares. Con frecuencia la vesícula se extirpa y las persona...
10:34 2019-10-04

Todo lo que debes saber acerca de los orgasmos Un orgasmo es el pico del placer sexual. Incluye una serie de contracciones musculares en los órganos sexuales, los músculos pélvicos inferiores y el ano....
10:34 2019-10-04

¿Por qué cuando me limpio veo sangre en el papel? Son muchas las razones para el sangrado rectal después de limpiarse. Aquí observamos 11 causas, junto con las opciones de tratamiento disponible para cada una....
10:34 2019-10-04

Omega-3 fish oil supplements may lower heart attack risk An updated, pooled analysis of trial data links daily omega-3 fish oil supplements to lower risk of heart attack and death from cardiovascular disease....
10:34 2019-10-04

Drug that targets body clock may prevent heart attack damage New research in mice shows that an innovative method targeting body clock mechanisms could promote better repair of the heart muscle after a heart attack....
10:34 2019-10-04

How to help people with cancer stop smoking Quitting smoking after a cancer diagnosis can improve survival rates. A recent study tests a tailored tobacco treatment program for people with cancer....
10:34 2019-10-04

How does an IUD affect periods? An intrauterine device (IUD) is a form of physical contraceptive. The two types of IUD are hormonal and copper. Discover how each one can affect a woman’s period here....
10:34 2019-10-04

What are the health benefits of triphala? Triphala, an Ayurvedic herbal preparation, may improve oral and digestive health and support skin healing, among other possible benefits. Here, learn what the research has to say about its uses and ri...
10:34 2019-10-04

Postpartum weight loss: Diets and plans Breastfeeding, eating a healthful diet, and gentle exercise can all aid postpartum weight loss. Learn how to lose weight safely after pregnancy here....
10:34 2019-10-04

Rhode Island mom who lost son, 1, to cancer asking for Halloween-themed rocks for boy's grave Halloween represents much more than just the spookiest day of the year for Hannah Chamberlain, who lost her one-year-old son Sean to cancer in March....
08:34 2019-10-04

This Lesser-Known Bengali Sweet Rosh Boda Is the Perfect Dish To Binge On This Durga Puja (Recipe Vi Rosho Boda is a lesser known Bengali sweet that is very similar to the vadas but is dipped in sugar syrup. It is the perfect dessert to prepare during the festive season....
08:00 2019-10-04

Healthy Diet Tips: How To Pickle The Nutritious Cauliflower (Recipe Video) Cauliflower is a favourite of those on Ketogenic diet, for example, and Keto dieters have found many ways to use it in everything, from low-carb rice dishes to low-carb pizza bases....
08:00 2019-10-04

Healthcare tops other industries for cybersecurity breaches A crippling ransomware attack on multiple Alabama hospitals emphasizes a growing concern about healthcare computer system vulnerabilities that threaten privacy, and in some cases the general availabil...
05:34 2019-10-04

CDC: Vaping injuries spike to 1,080 with 18 dead Eighteen people are dead and the number of confirmed and probable lung injury cases associated with vaping has soared to a reported 1,080, the government said Thursday....
05:34 2019-10-04

Walmart announces 'featured providers' healthcare pilot in three states Walmart has announced a health insurance pilot program for its associates, being rolled out in three states, that will refer participants to providers who have shown cost effectiveness in patient outc...
05:34 2019-10-04

Drinking within recommended limits not tied to dementia (Reuters Health) - Most older adults who have one or two drinks a day are no more likely to develop cognitive decline or dementia than their peers who drink only rarely, a recent study suggests....
03:01 2019-10-04

Head and neck melanomas increasing, especially among boys and young men (Reuters Health) - Although relatively rare, head and neck melanomas have been on the rise in North America, increasing by more than 50% over two decades, researchers report....
03:01 2019-10-04

U.S. FDA approves Gilead's Descovy for HIV prevention The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved Gilead Sciences Inc's Descovy to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV infection in men and transgender women who have sex with men....
03:01 2019-10-04

Paralyzed man walks again with brain-controlled exoskeleton A man paralyzed from the shoulders down has been able to walk using a pioneering four-limb robotic system, or exoskeleton, that is commanded and controlled by signals from his brain....
03:01 2019-10-04

CVS drug coverage plan based on outside pricing review is off to a slow start A CVS Health Corp health plan that uses an outside drug pricing group to help it decide whether to cover certain new medicines has gained little traction with customers, according to its top medical ...
03:01 2019-10-04

U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 18, illnesses surpass 1,000: CDC U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 18 deaths due to a mysterious lung illness linked to e-cigarettes and other vaping products and said the number of confirmed and probable cases of the condit...
03:01 2019-10-04

Trump slams 'Medicare for all' supporters as 'totally crazy' and lays out his healthcare plan President Trump signed an executive order Thursday aimed at batting back criticism about his administration's efforts to undo Obamacare and at contrasting himself with liberal Democrats who want enrol...
02:34 2019-10-04

Daily on Healthcare: Here comes Trump’s healthcare announcement Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what's going on in Washington. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Just $1.00...
02:34 2019-10-04

FTC orders six e-cigarette makers to turn over all sales and advertising information The Federal Trade Commission demanded information about all sales, promotions, and advertising tactics used by six e-cigarette manufacturers, including Juul Labs, from 2015 to 2018....
02:34 2019-10-04

'I wish we had more answers': Marijuana-linked vaping illnesses surpass 1,000 Lung illnesses that have largely been linked to vaping THC, the chemical that causes the medical high in marijuana, have struck 1,080 people and killed 18....
02:34 2019-10-04

Trump casts himself as the guardian of Medicare, the government program Republicans have long sought to overhaul In signing an executive order to strengthen Medicare Thursday, President Trump positioned himself as the guardian of the government healthcare program for seniors that Republicans originally opposed a...
02:34 2019-10-04

Trump promotes private Medicare coverage, drawing contrast with Democrats' health care plans Trump leaned into his grievances — against "socialism," his 2020 rivals and the growing impeachment threat — as he set out his 2020 health care message....
23:00 2019-10-03

How the Vaping Industry Is Using a Defensive Tactic Pioneered Decades Ago by Big Tobacco Each week brings a new story of some calamity brought by vaping. In late July, a Connecticut man filed suit against e-cigarette giant Juul Labs after suffering a massive stroke. The suit alleges that ...
23:00 2019-10-03

A New Study Provides a Clue About Why People Are Getting Sick and Dying From Vaping For months, U.S. health officials have scrambled to determine why more than 800 people have developed lung illnesses and at least 12 people have died due to problems connected to vaping, but reached f...
23:00 2019-10-03

Mosquito-Borne Illness EEE Has Killed 11 People So Far in 2019. Here’s What to Know About the Disease In an average year, the U.S. sees only seven human cases of the rare and severe neurologic disease Eastern equine encephalitis, or EEE. But so far this year about 30 cases have been reported nationwid...
23:00 2019-10-03

Cutting Down on Sugary Beverages? Here’s What to Drink Instead, According to a New Study Cutting back on sugary drinks is among the simplest and most impactful ways to benefit your health, study after study has shown. Now, a new paper shows just how much of an impact that easy change can ...
23:00 2019-10-03

U.S. FDA approves Gilead's HIV prevention treatment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved Gilead Sciences Inc's drug, Descovy, to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV infection....
23:00 2019-10-03

Optimism tied to lower rates of heart attacks, death (Reuters Health) - People with a positive outlook on life may be less likely than pessimists to experience events like a heart attack or stroke, and they may live longer, a recent review of existing r...
23:00 2019-10-03

U.S. vaping-related deaths rise to 18, illnesses to 1,080: CDC U.S. health officials on Thursday reported 18 deaths due to a mysterious lung illness linked to e-cigarettes and said confirmed and probable cases of the illness had crossed the 1,000 mark....
23:00 2019-10-03

Trump woos seniors with order to boost Medicare health program U.S. President Donald Trump sought to woo seniors on Thursday with an executive order aimed at strengthening the Medicare health program by reducing regulations, curbing fraud, and providing faster ac...
23:00 2019-10-03

Court rules Northern Ireland abortion ban violates UK human rights commitments Belfast's High Court ruled on Thursday that Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws are incompatible with the United Kingdom's human rights commitments, in the latest of a series of legal victories fo...
20:00 2019-10-03

Healthy eating tied to lower risk of kidney disease (Reuters Health) - People with diets rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy may be less likely to develop chronic kidney disease than those who shun these foods in favor of sweets ...
20:00 2019-10-03

Tanzania denies hiding information on suspected Ebola cases Tanzania denied on Thursday it was withholding information from the World Health Organisation (WHO) on suspected cases of Ebola, saying it was not hiding any outbreak of the deadly disease in the coun...
20:00 2019-10-03

U.S. seeks e-cigarette companies' data on advertising, sales The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has ordered a half-dozen e-cigarette companies to turn over sales and advertising data, the federal regulator said on Thursday, in the first sign of a likely probe in...
20:00 2019-10-03

Factbox: Vaping-related illnesses cause 18 U.S. deaths; Delaware, Alabama latest Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has listed more than 800 confirmed and probable cases of the illness as of Sept. 24. The agency is expected to update the data later on T...
20:00 2019-10-03

National pharmacare debate alive and well in Canada. But will it happen? 'This issue has been studied way more than it should have been .... This is where we need to go,' says political economist Marc-Andre Gagnon about universal pharmacare....
17:00 2019-10-03

Secondary infertility: Why it happens to couples who have already had successful pregnancies Most parents may assume that it'll be easy to get pregnant again after having their first child but that may not always be true. Reports estimate that over 3 million couples in the United States face ...
17:00 2019-10-03

Oregon doctor sues over donated sperm, says clinic used it for 17 kids A man who says his donated sperm was used to father at least 17 children in violation of an agreement that allowed for no more than five has sued an Oregon fertility clinic....
17:00 2019-10-03

Mosquito-borne EEE virus kills Michigan resident; fatality marks 4th in state, officials say A fourth Michigan resident has died from what is considered to be one of the most dangerous mosquito-borne viruses in the nation: Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus. ...
17:00 2019-10-03

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Open Hard-Shelled Pistachio Nuts While there is no denying the fact that pistachios add to the taste quotient of various dishes, a common problem that most of us face while including pistachios in our dishes is when we try to shell.....
14:34 2019-10-03

Both Parents Should Quit Drinking 6 Months Before Conception: Study The study revealed that drinking alcohol three months before pregnancy or during the first trimester was associated with a 44% raised risk of congenital heart disease for fathers and 16% for mothers,....
14:34 2019-10-03

Japan drug price reforms risk hurting investment: Bristol-Myers CEO Japan's "overly restrictive" drug pricing policies risk diverting foreign direct investment to China and other markets, the chief executive of Bristol-Myers Squibb said on Thursday....
14:00 2019-10-03

A Fully Planned High-Protein Lunch Menu To Avoid All The Last Minute Fuss If you are wondering how to maximise your protein intake, then look no further. We have put together a fully planned high-protein lunch menu for you. Have a look:...
13:34 2019-10-03

High Intake Of Dietary Fructose May Damage Liver's Ability To Burn Fat: Study High dietary fructose in processed foods and sugar-sweetened beverages has more negative health impacts than glucose does, even though they have the same caloric content....
13:34 2019-10-03

Bread Recipes: 4 Delicious Bread-Based Dessert Recipes For All Occasions Believe it or not, the humble bread can be turned into some superb sweet dishes.We have for you, recipes of four unique bread-based desserts - kiwi bread halwa, bread rasmalai, shahi tukda and bread.....
13:34 2019-10-03

Walmart to test programs for U.S. workers to cut its healthcare costs Walmart Inc said on Thursday it will begin several healthcare pilot programs for its U.S. employees starting Jan. 1 as it looks for ways to cut healthcare costs - one of the largest expenses for the ...
11:00 2019-10-03

South Korea confirms two new African swine fever cases, now 13 in all as disease spreads South Korea's agriculture ministry said on Thursday two more suspected cases of African swine fever have been confirmed as the deadly hog disease at pig farms in towns near its border with North Korea...
11:00 2019-10-03

Heart operation Bernie Sanders underwent often has patients back to normal within weeks Patients who undergo procedures to unclog their arteries, as Bernie Sanders did, can expect to get back to their normal routines in as early as a week to several weeks, according to cardiologists....
09:00 2019-10-03

Low-carb 'keto' diets have some health benefits and some risks (Reuters Health) - While extremely low-carbohydrate diets may aid short term weight loss, they have mixed effects on health markers that can contribute to heart disease risk, according to new recommen...
04:34 2019-10-03

Sciatica common, tied to other conditions in older U.S. adults (Reuters Health) - One in four older Americans has experienced the sharp, sometimes disabling, pain of sciatica, and these older adults are more prone to have other illnesses and lowered quality of li...
04:34 2019-10-03

China's hog herd may drop by 55% from fatal swine fever: Rabobank China's hog herd fell by half in the first eight months of 2019 due to a devastating outbreak of African swine fever and will likely shrink by 55% by the end of the year, analysts at Rabobank said on ...
04:34 2019-10-03

U.S. doctors rule out pneumonia due to inhaled oil as cause of vaping injuries Doctors studying lung tissue from people with vaping-related injuries have ruled out one diagnosis as a probable explanation of how vaping harms the lungs, further deepening the mystery over the exact...
04:34 2019-10-03

Timeline: Popular heartburn medicine Zantac pulled off store shelves The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and international health authorities are investigating the safety of Zantac heartburn medicine, also sold generically as ranitidine, after finding a probable canc...
04:34 2019-10-03

Bernie Sanders Is Hospitalized, Raising Questions About His Candidacy The Vermont senator had two stents inserted in an artery after experiencing chest discomfort at an event. His campaign canceled his events and said he would be resting for several days....
03:00 2019-10-03

Is Age Only a Number, Even When You’re Running for President? The top three Democratic candidates are 78, 76 and 70 years old and one of them, Bernie Sanders, went to the hospital with chest pains. Voters want experienced leaders, but exactly how much life exper...
03:00 2019-10-03

WHO chief underscores need to address climate change following visit to Bahamas The top UN health official has called for the world to rally around The Bahamas as the country continues to emerge from the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian one month ago....
02:00 2019-10-03

New Jersey reports first vaping-linked death, US toll rises to 14 There have been 14 confirmed and probable cases of serious lung injury in New Jersey, in addition to 32 reports of severe lung illnesses currently under investigation by state officials....
02:00 2019-10-03

Mosquito-borne EEE virus kills Connecticut resident, death marks 3rd in state: officials A third Connecticut resident has died from the dangerous mosquito-borne Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus, state officials announced on Tuesday. ...
02:00 2019-10-03

Lung Damage From Vaping Resembles Chemical Burns, Report Says Doctors at the Mayo Clinic examined samples of lung tissue from 17 patients, all of which looked as if the people had been exposed to toxic chemicals, the researchers said....
01:34 2019-10-03

Everything you need to know about reishi mushrooms Reishi mushrooms have many purported benefits, including boosting the immune system and shrinking tumors. Little evidence supports these claims, however. Learn more here....
23:34 2019-10-02

What is the difference between sea salt and table salt? Sea salt is a natural alternative to table salt. Some people mistakenly think it is better for their health. Learn more about the differences between table salt and sea salt here....
23:34 2019-10-02

How does celibacy affect your health? There is no 'right' amount of sex to have, and not having sex for a long time should not have negative side effects. This article looks at the possible effects of celibacy on the body and mind....
23:34 2019-10-02

How to get rid of a lactic acid buildup The body produces lactic acid when it is short of oxygen. Lactic acid buildup can cause a range of symptoms. Learn about lactic acid buildup, and how to prevent and reduce it, here....
23:34 2019-10-02

What is the best protein powder for weight loss? Research suggests that some protein powders may support weight loss. We look at the best options, depending on a person's diet. We also describe how to use these powders....
23:34 2019-10-02

Trece remedios caseros para el estreñimiento El estreñimiento es un problema común. Ciertos alimentos, el estilo de vida, medicamentos o enfermedades pueden ser la causa. Cuando se vuelve crónico es desagradable e incómodo. Te sugerimos 13 maner...
23:34 2019-10-02

How does tooth enamel last a lifetime? Enamel is the strongest tissue in the human body. A recent study finds that an imperfect alignment of crystals helps produce this incredible resilience....
23:34 2019-10-02

Stretch marks on the thighs: What to know The thighs are a common area for stretch marks to appear, especially in females. Learn about the types, causes, and treatment of stretch marks on thighs here....
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What causes left sided facial numbness? Possible causes of left sided facial numbness include stroke, multiple sclerosis, and Bell’s palsy. Learn more about left sided facial numbness here....
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What does Xanax feel like? Xanax is a benzodiazepine, a class of drug that treats anxiety and panic disorders. It usually takes less than an hour to kick in and has a calming, relaxing effect. Learn more here....
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Does telehealth save money? The jury’s still out. In a recent assessment of a telehealth-related bill, the Congressional Budget Office concluded that covering the technology sometimes increases and sometimes reduces spending....
22:34 2019-10-02

'Clean' beauty products not always safe, dermatologists say (Reuters Health) - "Clean" skin care products that are free of certain chemicals are not always safer than their traditional counterparts, dermatologists warn....
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FDA says finds 'unacceptable level' of carcinogen in Zantac and its generics The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday it found "unacceptable levels" of a cancer-causing impurity in the popular heartburn drug Zantac and its generic versions known chemically as ra...
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Adicet Bio raises $80 million to develop cancer cell therapies Adicet Bio Inc, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of cancer therapies using gamma delta T cells, said on Wednesday it raised $80 million in private funding. "This financing will p...
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A prosthetic leg that attaches to nerves feels like part of the body People who have had a leg amputated found that a prosthetic leg with sensors felt like an extension of their own bodies and helped them avoid tripping over...
21:00 2019-10-02

Walmart becomes latest U.S. retailer to pull heartburn drug Zantac Walmart Inc on Wednesday became one of the last remaining major U.S. retailers to suspend the sale of over-the-counter heartburn medication containing ranitidine after the U.S. health agency flagged t...
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Planned Parenthood to open large Illinois clinic as Missouri readies abortion ban Women's health provider Planned Parenthood is set to open a large facility in western Illinois this month that will provide abortion access for women in Missouri as officials there aim to shutter the ...
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