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Inflammatory bowel disease ups death risk, says study

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is the ongoing inflammation of all or part of the digestive tract. The findings of the study suggested that it is important that patients who are diagnosed with IBD are carefully monitored. “Individuals who are diagnosed in childhood need to be monitored carefully,” said Ola Olén, lead …

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Smoking during pregnancy linked to early puberty in kids, says study

Here’s another reason to stop smoking when pregnant! The Aarhus University study has been published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. “We found that children of mothers who had smoked more than ten cigarettes a day during pregnancy, on average entered puberty three to six months earlier than the children of non-smokers,” …

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Want to keep cancer at bay? Eat organic food

Organic foods have a host of health benefits and it can help you to keep may health ailments away. Now, the findings of this new study will shock you! Read this carefully to know more about the study published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine journal. Reportedly, according to experts …

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Aerobic exercise can help beat depression

Exercises have long been known to have a positive effect on mental health. Now a new study has confirmed that even those with mental health issues like depressionexperience antidepressant effects with the help of supervised aerobic exercises. The study was published in the Journal of Depression and Anxiety. For the study, …

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Know how to stop a runny nose effectively

Finding it difficult to concentrate on your work due to your runny nose? Is your runny nose robbing your sleep? Then you shouldn’t fret anymore, we tell you how you can tackle it with these natural solutions. Don’t forget to try them! You can go for ginger: It has antioxidant properties that …

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4 healthy ways to make beetroots more appetizing

There are two types of people in this world – those who like beetroot and those who don’t! The taste of beetroot may be really appealing to some, while some others may get completely put off by it. The fact remains that beetroot is highly nutritious and whether you like …

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Meditation can help patients suffering from chronic pain avoid opioid painkillers, shows study

For those who meditate regularly and are also suffering from chronic pain, this is great news. You may be able to keep away from using addictive opioid painkillers to get relief from pain. A new research has highlighted that meditation may help those suffering from chronic pain can detach themselves from opioid painkillers which are …

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Declaration of Astana will gear up commitment of countries towards primary healthcare

Countries around the globe today signed the Declaration of Astana, vowing to strengthen their primary health care systems as an essential step towards achieving universal health coverage. The Declaration of Astana reaffirms the historic 1978 Declaration of Alma-Ata, the first-time world leaders committed to primary health care. “Today, instead of health for all, …

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Tips for Improving Your Recycling Habits

Most people have good intentions when it comes to recycling. However, people have busy lives, so it is sometimes easy to forget about the importance of recycling. Here are a few reminders that can help you improve your recycling habits. When it comes to recycling, you have heard of the …

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Fill your diet with organic foods to dodge cancer diagnosis

A recent study suggests that eating organic fruits and vegetables might help you dodge a cancer diagnosis. According to the study, published in journal JAMA Internal Medicine, people who consumed the most organic foods had a 25 percent lower cancer risk compared with those who ate the least, the study …

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