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Optimism is good for your heart

Dec 11, 2015 AM EST A U.S. study suggests that optimistic people are more likely to make healthy changes in their lifestyle after surviving a heart attack or severe blockage of blood flow to the heart.

World's first in vitro puppies created by scientists

Dec 10, 2015 PM EST A team of researchers at Cornell University's College of veterinary medicine, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, has employed the IVF procedure to produce seven healthy IVF puppies.

Drinking milk could put you to higher risk for Parkinson's disease

Dec 10, 2015 PM EST A new study suggests that drinking milk could put you at a higher risk of getting Parkinson's disease.

Happiness does not guarantee good heat

Dec 10, 2015 AM EST A new study by British researchers suggests that the long held view that happiness leads to good health and longevity is unfounded.

Men have better direction sense than women, study says

Dec 09, 2015 PM EST A new study conducted by researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology suggests that men have a better sense of direction than women,

1 in 4 doctors may be suffering from depression

Dec 09, 2015 AM EST In a recent study, researchers have found out that doctors who are doing their internships and residencies may develop depression during the course of their study.

Visual concentration can make you temporarily deaf

Dec 09, 2015 AM EST A new study in the United Kingdom suggests that concentrating on a visual task can make a person temporarily deaf to sounds coming from around them.

Marijuana extract may help epileptic children, study says

Dec 08, 2015 PM EST A new study suggests cannabidiol, a derivative of marijuana, may help some children with severe epilepsy to make recovery.

Negative thoughts linked with Alzheimer's disease

Dec 08, 2015 AM EST A new study by researchers from Yale's School of Public Health says that people who have negative perceptions are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease later in life than those who do not harbor ...

Diabetes causes tooth loss, study says

Dec 08, 2015 AM EST A new study conducted by researchers from Duke University shows that diabetes is linked to tooth loss.

Pesticides damage kids' lung function, study says

Dec 06, 2015 PM EST According to a study of farmworker children in the Salinas Valley, chronic exposure to pesticides can damage children's lung function almost as much as secondhand cigarette smoke does.

Rudeness at work leads to dissatisfied workers

Dec 06, 2015 AM EST A study by three psychologists at the Lund University in Sweden reveals that facing rudeness at work is a major reason for dissatisfaction at work.

Gene Therapy to treat people with immunodeficiency disorder

Dec 06, 2015 AM EST A new study conducted by US researchers suggests that gene therapy can be used to treat people with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID-X1).

Man's weight influences the genes in his sperm

Dec 04, 2015 AM EST A new research study suggests that a man's weight affects the genes in his sperm.

Almost half of Americans with high cholesterol not on medication

Dec 04, 2015 AM EST A new study by CDC says that nearly half of Americans who suffer from high cholesterol are not taking proper medication for it.

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