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A health-tech company, Fitterfly based out of Mumbai has conducted a new study which has discovered that 79 % of school girls are likely to develop diseases such as cardiovascular and other non-communicable diseases.
A study conducted by the researchers in California, United States has stated that smoking hookah for 30 minutes straight can up the risk of developing a heart problem, similar to cigarette smoking, thus making it more harmful to one’s health.
The arrival of monsoon brings with it health issues and increases the bacteria living in our bodies. The excessive growth of these bacteria may lead to the development of Urinary Tract Infections (UTI).
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A new study conducted by the Anglia Ruskin University has revealed that heavy drinking can lead to uncontrolled iron absorption into the body, which then puts a strain on the vital organs and increase the risk of death.
People who take vitamin D and calcium supplements are no less at risk of suffering from fractures than people who don’t consume supplements,
Women are less like to die of cancer because they consult doctors more frequently than men. Less awareness about cancer and less screenins before doctors lead to higher risk of death due to cancer in men.
Cardiovascular deaths on the rise in India, according to a study published in the journal The Lancet Global Health. It has been reported that deaths due to ischemic heart disease increased rapidly among people between the ages of 30 and 69 in rural areas of India.
A study conducted by the University of Illinois has found that a class of molecules formed when the body metabolises omega-3 fatty acids could inhibit the spreading and growth of cancer cells.
A new study has found a link between high blood pressure and brain disease, particularly brain lesions. The study also found that people with higher blood pressure numbers can be at a higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease.