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Source of obesity linked to eating pattern!

It has been a question of eternal debate and research as to find a connection between obesity among the poor and the limited selection of healthy foods in their stores//. A new study conducted with lead author Sanae Inagami, M.D., a researcher with the Rand Corporation in Los Ange...

72-year-old Bachelor of Rajasthan Fails Class 10 Again!

...people converge in hordes to see me," he said. An eternal optimist, he is still hopeful of tying the nuptial knot after clearing his board examinations. (Source: IANS)...

Do You Know the Signs and Symptoms of Prostate Cancer?

...y and the stage of cancer. Treatment could include eternal beam radiation, radioactive seed implants, surgery, hormone therapy, chemotherapy or a combination of treatments. “Fortunately, through early detection and excellent treatments, nearly 100 percent of men with prostate cancer will live five years af...

Popular Antiaging Supplement Has No Beneficial Effects

...versity of Birmingham, Ala., saying the search for eternal youth will continue. But in light of the Mayo findings, he suggests DHEA should no longer be accepted as a food supplement and should instead be treated as a regulated drug. “Appropriate regulation would dispel much of the quackery associated with ...

Defective Defibrillators

...blems, and sensors. The study is a reminder that eternal vigilance is needed in medicine, especially for devices on which life depends, said Dr. Kenneth A. Ellenbogen, director of the department of electrophysiology at Virginia Commonwealth University, and a spokesman for the American Heart Association. /V...

Defective Defibrillators

...blems, and sensors. The study is a reminder that eternal vigilance is needed in medicine, especially for devices on which life depends, said Dr. Kenneth A. Ellenbogen, director of the department of electrophysiology at Virginia Commonwealth University, and a spokesman for the American Heart Association....

Functional Food What is That, Ask First

...by-boomers to turn eating into a serious quest for eternal health. Food should be savoured, enjoyed and shared with friends. Food has an enormous psychological impact on our lives and we should follow the advice given consistently by dieticians: eat a wide range of foods, because each one offers different c...

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