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Study shows how much to sit, stand, exercise for optimal health

HQ Team May 4, 2024: A new research has tried to find the best way to balance 24 hours in a day for.

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NO2 in gas and propane stoves can cause asthma in children: Study

HQ Team May 4, 2024: A new research says that nitrogen dioxide gas (NO2) emitted by gas and propane stoves is likely to.

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Benefits of HRT for menopause outweigh risks, says new study

HQ Team May 3, 2024: Hormonal replacement therapy (HRT) has always been a controversial topic. The last twenty years have seen doctors hesitating.

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Novel mRNA vaccine shows promise in treating aggressive brain cancer

HQ Team May 3, 2024: A vaccine using the mRNA technique combined with personalised delivery of tumor cells has been developed to combat.

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Opinion: Mental health rules at office may change ‘worry ship’ concerns

Aparna S May 3, 2024: Employees’ mental health is increasingly recognised as an indicator of the work culture and employer-employee relationship. Poor mental.

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High alcohol intake linked to elevated risk of developing peripheral artery disease

HQ Team April 27, 2024: A study by the Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, has found a link between alcohol consumption and Peripheral artery disease.

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Neomycin may treat viral respiratory infections, says study

HQ Team April 27, 2024: Viral infections are commonly treated with antivirals. The recent Covid-19 pandemic saw the SARS CoV-2 virus being treated.

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Research finds skin wounds can impact gut health, unveiling a skin-gut axis

HQ team April 24, 2024: A study conducted by dermatologists from the University of California San Diego has revealed a connection between skin.

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Ketamine abuse leads to severe, irreversible bladder issues

HQ Team April 24, 2024: Recreational use of Ketamine is on the rise as it is easily accessible and affordable. However, a concerning.

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WHO’s AI-based chatbot falls short on giving correct medical advice

HQ Team April 18, 2024: The World Health Organisation’s foray into AI has run into trouble. The organization has launched SARAH, short for.

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