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A new review of chemical evidences published in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry published in shows that turmeric has zero medicinal properties.
Extroverts are likely to have stronger immune systems to deal effectively with infection than those who are more cautious, the findings showed.
Mini stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) occurs when a part of your brain experiences a temporary lack of blood flow, causing stroke like symptoms. Although these symptoms last only for a few minutes but the effect may be long lasting and may even contribute to dementia suggests a new study.
As per an Australian research,the venom from bees and wasps, rather than those from jellyfish, spiders or snakes, poses a biggest public health threat.
As per a new study, eating red chilli peppers with cholesterol lowering properties may help to boost cognitive function. People who were regular consumers of hot red chilli peppers showed lower cholesterol.
Maintaining high levels of fitness through physical activities such as walking, jogging, swimming, or dancing may increase brain function and boost memory in elderly people.
Researchers found yoga had some benefit for people with lower back pain compared with people who did no exercise for their back.
According to a new study, eating more of unprocessed meat has been linked to an increased risk of getting an inflammatory bowel condition called diverticulitis.
As per a new study, the classic Mediterranean diet is the best option to delay brain shrinkage in ageing people, especially above 70 years to prevent diseases like dementia.
As per a new study, the breast cancer immunological vaccine is safe and effective for treating breast cancer. This vaccine won't prevent from getting breast cancer, but it can help treat the disease if used during the early stages of cancer.