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Eat veggies, fight cancer

Eat veggies, fight cancer

Smokers who ate a wide variety of fruits and vegetables lowered their risk of developing lung cancer compared with those eating a smaller range of these foods, reveals a nine-year-long study.

2010-09-13 19:00:10
Making headway on headaches

Making headway on headaches

A genetic survey of 50,000 people has revealed the first gene linked to migraine headaches and potential for more targeted treatment.

2010-09-13 18:57:29
Breastfeeding best option for mom also

Breastfeeding best option for mom also

Most new mothers know that breastfeeding is good for their babes. But a latest research shows it has lasting health benefits for mom as well.

2010-09-13 18:16:48
Do Calcium Supplements Boost Heart-Attack Risk?

Do Calcium Supplements Boost Heart-Attack Risk?

A study looking at 15 randomized trials finds the use of calcium supplements without coadministered vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of heart attack.

2010-09-13 14:32:46
How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

The term sleep disorder may suggest someone tossing and turning all night, but lying awake for hours with insomnia is just one example of many conditions that affect how you sleep and function during the day. In fact, you can have a sleep disorder and not even know it, according to an article published on health.com.

2010-08-24 01:34:56
Could Your Child Have ADHD?

Diagnosing ADHD in Children

Could Your Child Have ADHD?

When you take your child to the pediatrician for a sore throat, a quick test can tell if it’s strep throat and put your child on the way to a course of antibiotics and generally a quick recovery.

2010-08-24 01:12:29
Cell Phone Use Linked to Male Infertility

Hands-Free Calls May Expose Sperm to Radiation

Cell Phone Use Linked to Male Infertility

Using a hands-free device with a cell phone may affect your fertility if you keep your phone close to your testicles, Cleveland Clinic researchers warn in the journal Fertility and Sterility.

2010-08-20 19:11:11
12 Bad Bedtime Habits that take a toll on your health

12 Bad Bedtime Habits that take a toll on your health

A good night`s sleep doesn`t just boost your mood—it also improves your looks. It is important that you get the recommended eight hours per night. We compiled the most common mistakes, so you can learn how to get the most—and the best—rest possible.

2010-08-20 17:09:41
Scientists See Serious Health Risks in Gulf Oil Spill Repiratory, Mental Health Problems Among the D

Scientists See Serious Health Risks in Gulf Oil Spill Repiratory, Mental Health Problems Among the D

The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico poses serious health risks for the people who are working to clean it up and others who venture into the coastal area, scientists say in a commentary in The Journal of the American Medical Association.

2010-08-16 18:09:23
Heart attack, stroke risks higher for combative types: study

Heart attack, stroke risks higher for combative types: study

People who tend to be confrontational, especially those who are competitive and aggressive, run a higher risk of heart attack and stroke.

2010-08-16 18:07:37
Depression Linked to Slow Healing of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Depression Linked to Slow Healing of Diabetic Foot Ulcers

The healing of diabetes-related foot ulcers is affected by patients’ coping styles and their levels of depression, new research shows.

2010-08-06 19:02:08
Mental health experts ask: Will anyone be normal?

Mental health experts ask: Will anyone be normal?

An updated edition of a mental health bible for doctors may include diagnoses for "disorders" such as toddler tantrums and binge eating, experts say, and could mean that soon no-one will be classed as normal.

2010-07-28 17:45:21
Number of TB patients drops in country; 79 in every 1 lakh infected annually

Number of TB patients drops in country; 79 in every 1 lakh infected annually

The number of people being infected with tuberculosis (TB) in the country is falling as 79.4 people are found infected in every one lakh annually, a survey report said.

2010-07-06 21:08:28
Progress in Cambodia`s war on drug-resistant malaria: WHO

Progress in Cambodia`s war on drug-resistant malaria: WHO

Efforts to eliminate a drug-resistant strain of malaria near the Cambodian-Thai border have shown signs of success, the World Health Organization and local health officials said Tuesday.

2010-07-05 22:07:31
Google comes up with a new `gay only` policy

Google comes up with a new `gay only` policy

The Internet giant Google have declared a new health policy for it’s employees. The company says it will pay homosexual employees who include domestic partners on their health insurance plans more money to make up for the federal taxes they pay on that benefit, Fox News reports.

2010-07-02 23:31:13