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Massive breakthrough: Scientists create first new antibiotic in nearly 30 y...

LONDON: In a massive breakthrough, scientists have created the first new antibiotic in more than three decades, Teixobactin, that can treat many common bacterial infections such as tuberculosis, septicemia and C Diff or clostridium difficile colitis. The discovery comes at a time when World Health... read more »

The science behind a happy marriage

The science behind a happy marriage

They say opposites attract. Like ones, repel. However, marriage is a different set of algorithms. It’s far more complex, and calculated. Relationship counsellors claim that there are measures to make this fragile bond an ever lasting one. Here are six tried-and tested methods. Spend... read more »

This diet pill tricks body into losing w...

This diet pill tricks body into losing weight!

Researchers from the California-based Salk Institute for Biological Studies have developed an entirely new type of pill that tricks the body into thinking it has consumed calories, causing it to burn fat. The compound effectively stopped weight gain, lowered cholesterol, controlled blood sugar and... read more »

Recipe: Spiced beetroot

Recipe: Spiced beetroot

This tasty dish is a blend of spice and sour. It’s delicious, healthy and perfect as a side dish. Ingredients: – 200g beetroot – 1 large onion, finely chopped – 2-3 dried red chilies – 1tsp urad daal (Black Gram) – 1tsp coriander seeds – 2tbsp grated... read more »

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Drinking green tea improves working memory

Green tea has been linked to many other health benefits including the risk of developing cancer, heart disease and type 2 diabetes. This research was conducted at the University Hospital of Basel... read more »

Researchers successfully treat brain tumor with so...

Washington – For the very first time, Swiss researchers have successfully treated a part of a recurring glioma tumor non-invasively using... read more »

Dark chocolate may help prevent obesity, diabetes

Ingredients in dark chocolate may help ward off obesity and type-2 diabetes, according to a new study. A particular type of antioxidant in cocoa can prevent... read more »

Heart responds differently to exercise in men and women

Aerobic exercise boosts memory in young adults

Washington – Researchers have said that the formula for peak exercise heart rate that doctors have used for decades to diagnose heart conditions may be... read more »

Why Mediterranean diet is good for your heart

Women on Mediterranean diet likelier to live past 70

Washington – New research has provided further evidence of the heart-healthy benefits of the Mediterranean diet, tying the eating plan to lower levels... read more »

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Daily habits of happy people

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