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In the age of dating via dating apps, we sometimes forget how sex can get risky at times, if we have multiple partners. If only sex were all about having orgasms, making babies (if that’s your thing), and creating intimacy. Unfortunately, when you’re sexually active, you also run the risk[Read More…]
Seoul: Besides affecting your heart and lungs, exposure to second-hand or passive smoking can also raise the chances of chronic kidney disease (CKD), which can lead to renal failure, warns a new study. The findings showed that individuals with less or more than 3 days of exposure per week had[Read More…]
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A 118-year-old woman named Kartar Kaur Sangha was fitted with a Pacemaker and became the oldest person to undergo surgery successfully. According to a news wire, she was admitted to hospital in Ludhiana where the pacemaker was operated in her body. The doctor who handled her case said that her[Read More…]
A study published in the journal Cell Host and Microbe has revealed that M, restricta elevated in Crohn’s patients carries a genetic variation known as the IBD CARD9 risk allele.
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New York: Researchers have identified an enzyme inhibitor that may help fight the most deadly brain tumour in children. The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, suggests that an inhibitor of ACVR1 enzyme slows tumour growth and increases survival in an animal model of diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG)[Read More…]
According to a study, no particular dish is responsible for weight gain. It is actually the total calorie intake of the whole day which matters and also that leads to weight gain.
London: Making people more aware of their own internal body signals, such as heartbeat or breathing rate, could promote a positive body image, says a new study. The findings, published in the journal Body Image, suggests that awareness of internal body signals can affect the way we see ourselves. “Our[Read More…]