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Eating nuts can stave off obesity risk By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 23rd September, 2017, 08:58

A study showed that people who ate who ate nuts not only had less weight gain than their nut-abstaining peers

Eating nuts can stave off obesity risk

Alarm as 'super malaria' spreads in South East Asia Alarm as 'super malaria' spreads in South East Asia

Super Malaria emerges in Cambodia but has since spread through parts of Thailand, Laos and has arrived in southern Vietnam


New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains

It is built to attack three critical parts of the virus - making it harder for HIV to resist its effects



Increase of allocation in health sector underscored Increase of allocation in health sector underscored

People of the country still have to spend major portion of the health expenditure from their own pockets,according to the state minister


Can eating nuts cut the risk of Alzheimer's disease? Can nuts cut risk of Alzheimer's?

Alzheimer's is a progressive disease which means that the symptoms get worse over time


High BP can cause organ damage in teenagers too High BP can cause organ damage in teenagers too

The damage in teenagers occurs at blood pressure levels that are below the clinical definition of hypertension in the age group


Indian boy invents ‘silent heart attack’ detecting device Indian boy invents ‘silent heart attack’ detecting device

Akash Manoj has developed the device when he was studying in class X making him one of the youngest inventors of India


Smoking and HIV may cause lung cancer says a study Smoking and HIV may cause lung cancer says a study

According to a study people who smoke and are HIV positive are prone to have lung cancer more than AIDS


Unhealthy lifestyle causes sexual dysfunction in men: Survey Unhealthy lifestyle causes sexual dysfunction in men: Survey

The study also found that smoking, which has a debilitating effect on health, impacts sexual drive and frequency


Thirdhand smoke can damage liver, brain tissues: study Thirdhand smoke can damage liver, brain tissues: study

Exposure to thirdhand-smoke can significantly harm your liver and brain tissues within a month with the effect worsening over time


Among Rohingya refugees 70,000 pregnant women: Nasim Among Rohingya refugees 70,000 women pregnant

Bangladesh government continuing its efforts to woo the international community to mount pressure on Myanmar to take its citizens back


High salt intake linked to diabetes risk: Study High salt intake linked to diabetes risk: Study

The findings shows that for each 2.5 extra grams of salt consumed per day, there was an average 43% increase in risk of developing Type 2 diabetes


Vitamin D deficiency may increase multiple sclerosis risks in women Vitamin D deficiency may increase multiple sclerosis risks in women

The study suggests that correcting vitamin D deficiency in young and middle-aged women may reduce their future risk of MS


Lung cancer cases in NI 'increase by a third', says report Lung cancer cases in NI 'increase by a third', says report

Lung cancer is a devastating disease with poor overall survival and the number of lung cancer cases continues to increase in Northern Ireland


A fifth of global deaths linked to diet: study A fifth of global deaths linked to diet: study

More than 1.6 million people in poor countries died in 2016 from diarrhoea caused by contaminated water and food


Childhood vaccines may go into one jab Childhood vaccines may go into one jab

Their one-shot solution stores the vaccine in microscopic capsules that release the initial dose and then boosters at specific times

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