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Women ignore symptoms of heart disease

Feb 13, 2016 AM EST A new study has revealed that women tend to ignore the warning signals of a heart disease

Exercise in middle age increases brain size

Feb 12, 2016 AM EST A new study has revealed that the higher the cardiovascular fitness of people in their middle age, the larger the brain volume at a later age.

Dementia can be prevented with education and a healthy heart

Feb 11, 2016 PM EST A new study has revealed that people who are more educated and avoid heart disease have lesser chances of getting Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia, as compared to people who are less ...

Extinct wildebeest cousin and dinosaur shared bizarre noses

Feb 07, 2016 AM EST Scientists have discovered that an extinct relative of the wildebeest and a duck billed dinosaur had similar noses.

Some Tree varieties could worsen Global Warming, study says

Feb 06, 2016 AM EST A new study reveals that not all varieties of trees can be effective in fighting global warming; in fact, some tree varieties could even lead to global warming.

Genital mutilation on the increase, says U.N. report

Feb 05, 2016 AM EST A U.N. study has found that more than 200 million girls and women globally have suffered genital mutilation, far higher than earlier estimated.

Childhood ADHD in females linked to adult obesity

Feb 05, 2016 AM EST A study by Mayo Clinic suggests that females with childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder were at a doubled risk of adult obesity.

Bed Bug's genome may pave the way to kill it

Feb 04, 2016 PM EST Scientists have for the first time sequenced the genome of New York City bed bugs, a discovery that could pave the way to develop insecticides to kill the bed bugs.

Ship noises hurt endangered whale species

Feb 04, 2016 AM EST A new study reveals that endangered whale species such as Baleen and toothed whales alike could be suffering because of noisy ships.

Ravens have a Theory of Mind, say scientists

Feb 03, 2016 PM EST A new study of the behavior of ravens suggests that their ability to infer that they are being spied on shows that they possess the building blocks of humans' ability to interpret others' thoughts, ...

Genes decide if you are an early bird or a night owl

Feb 03, 2016 PM EST A new genome-wide association study (GWAS) published by the personal genetics company 23andMe suggests that a range of genetic variants is associated with being a morning person.

Sitting for long periods is bad for your health

Feb 03, 2016 AM EST A new study indicates that too much time spent in sedentary activities isn't good for the health and may increase the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Fish intake linked to healthier brains

Feb 03, 2016 AM EST A new study reveals that eating at least one serving of seafood a week could reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Deodorants reduce bacterial life on your skin

Feb 03, 2016 AM EST A new study suggests that wearing an antiperspirant or deodorant substantially cuts down the microbial life that survives on a person.

Exercise increases chances of survival after first heart attack

Feb 02, 2016 PM EST According to a team of researchers at Johns Hopkins and Henry Ford Health System, exercise increases the chances of survival after the first heart attack.

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