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Which 5 yoghurts should you eat!

Which 5 yoghurts should you eat!

There’s no comfort food like a plate of dahi-khichdi. Well, we’ve savoured the humble yoghurt (fermented milk product), with or without sugar, way before it evolved with various flavours and toppings into a healthy dessert and packaged-flavoured varieties. But how true are their... read more »

6 Signs she is definitely cheating on yo...

6 Signs she is definitely cheating on you

Sometimes suspicion and mistrust can ruin your relationship with your girlfriend. But if the matter is serious and the nagging suspicion is impossible to ignore, here are few steps to figure out if your fears are real: 1. If she turns secretive and tries to guard her conversations on the phone,... read more »

Cancer: Breaking the bad news to patient...

Cancer: Breaking the bad news to patients

For Dr Ranjana Srivastava, who began working as an oncologist in Australia 10 years ago, breaking the news to patients suffering from cancer is part of the job. “A doctor must be able to read a patient in order to break bad news. I ensure they have at least one close family member present... read more »

New drug combo therapy may treat malaria...

New drug combo therapy may treat malaria in children

A new drug combination therapy may help treat malaria in children, a new study has found. Artemisinin-naphthoquine drug-combo should be considered for the treatment of children with uncomplicated malaria in settings where multiple parasite species cause malaria, according to Tim Davis from... read more »

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Tuberculosis (TB) : How can it be prevented?

Tuberculosis (TB) is an airborne disease that mainly affects your lungs. TB is caused by various strains of mycobacteria, usually Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is spread from one person to another... read more »

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New blood test could predict risk of sudden cardia...

Washington – A researcher has found that a simple blood test can predict a person’s risk for sudden cardiac death. Samuel C. Dudley ,... read more »

Sleep apnoea could lead to elevated blood sugar levels

`Good night`s sleep` essential for brain health

Washington: Researchers have linked sleep apnoea with elevated blood sugar levels, raising fears that people with the condition could be at an increased risk... read more »

WhatsAppitis: Doctors say it’s real and your thum...

The prestigious medical journal The Lancet has declared that ‘WhatsAppitis’ is a credible disease after diagnosing a 34-year-old-patient with “bilateral... read more »

Smoking increases risk of TB recurrence

Regular tobacco smoke increases the risk of recurrence of tuberculosis in patients, a new study has found. The study published Monday provides critical new... read more »

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