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Abstain from sex- the latest mantra of American teens

... whole exercise and they say this is an attempt at playing to the gallery. True to this cynical remark, it has been found that only a few, actually abide by their abstinence pledge once they are above 19 years of age. But when the matter in question is such a sensitive and personal one, it is very difficult ...

India takes on foot-and-mouth disease by vaccinating animals

While the foot and mouth disease is playing havoc with the economies ofdeveloped countries like the UK, India has been adopting a more conservativeapproach of vaccinating the animals for the past three decades. "Vaccinating the domestic animals against FMD on a regular basis is the bestmeans ...

Birds breed viruses

...s and markets in close proximity to the living and playing areas of a great majority of the housing estates 3.No central slaughtering facility for chickens, and the practice of slaughtering chickens at the retailed outlets is highly unsatisfactory....

Music aids in curing dementia

...erapy involves professional musicians and patients playing instruments and making music. The trials have found that the therapy is popular with patients and can help them to communicate. scientists at Imperial College London are planning to carry out a study to see if they can prove that this therapy has l...

Staying mentally energitic prevents Alzheimer's

...ed reading, doing crosswords, visiting museums and playing cards and checkers. They were assigned points for each activity and its frequency. Over the next few years, on average, 100 people went on to develop Alzheimer's disease. Those with higher points on the mental activity scale seemed to have a lower ...

Smokers children likely to develop caries

... and dental caries, with socioeconomic status also playing a role. In particular, young children who are poor were shown to be particularly vulnerable to cavities despite the overall decrease in dental caries throughout the rest of the population over the last few decades Fifty eight percent of...

Heart patients should play Golf

...people suffering from heat diseases are better off playing golf which provides safe and effective exercise, but for a few it might prove too much.People who are diagnosed with heart problems may wonder if it is still safe to enjoy a game of golf.// Researchers at the Hopkins University have now addressed th...

Tennis gives protection against heart disease lifelong

...University of Hopkins University, men who keep up playing tennis throughout life are less prone to have a he...ser extent golf, seem to be games that people keep playing for many years compared to other sports.This might help people choose their preferred game earlier i...

Keep fit always

...ore. And don't forget that simple activities, like playing games with children or grandchildren, washing the clothes and gardening all count towards your daily exercise total....

Antibiotics help heart patients

...lated to the presence of two bacteria suspected of playing a role in heart disease. The effect was seen regardless of whether a person was infected with the bacterium known as Helicobacter pylori or Chlamydia pneumoniae. For the study, researchers enrolled 300 hospitalized patients who suffere...

Cancer gene mystery to be cracked!

.... This would help in working out which of them are playing important roles in cancer and other diseases....

Reduce watching TV to prevent Obesity and Diabetes

...olic rate when compared to activities like sewing, playing board games, reading, writing or driving a car. Prolonged TV watching is also linked to obesity in children. The health campaigns are focussed on increasing exercise and hardly concentrate on reducing sedentary behaviours.// In a study conducted f...

Different Sun Rays, Different Damage

...tive tissue, leading to premature aging as well as playing a role in causing skin cancer. UVA rays, the type used in tanning salons, also increase the risk of cataracts and retinal damage. Although experts still believe UVB is responsible for much of the skin damage caused by sunlight -- especially sunburn ...

Mind games keep you sharp

...rough activities such as reading, doing puzzles or playing a musical instrument, you risk losing some of your...ers asked about a variety of activities, including playing board games or cards, reading, writing for pleasure, playing a musical instrument, doing crossword p...

Music Makes you Smarter

...ual memory test. All of the participants had been playing instruments for one to five years. There was a direct relationship with the number of years of playing and the verbal memory skills. Children who had only been playing for one year were better than their...

Life Quality For Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

...more study to identify other factors that might be playing a role in quality of life for MS patients, such as religion, home and social environments, and support networks....

Counting Calories Might Be The Ideal Way To Stay Healthy

... extra 700 to 2,000 calories // a week by walking, playing sports, or doing some other form of exercise increases life span. The health benefits seem to level off at about 2,000 calories a week, which is equivalent to walking three miles a day. Because the amount of calories burned during a workout depends ...

Full time workers are less health conscious than part time workers

...ivities that involve physical activities including playing outdoor games, walking, running or exercising. Study shows that more part time workers engage in rigorous physical exercises than those who did not. The scientists of University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, did the study that had looked into the lifes...

Irritable bowel syndrome associated with food intake, confirms blood test

...t hypersensitivity to certain types of food may be playing an important part in the pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome, in all the three groups of patients suffering from the syndrome tested. These three groups of patients were divided as per the symptoms of diarrhea, constipation and alternations, ...

Malignant virus in polio vaccine combined to Cancer

...involved in a much broader group of human cancers, playing a possible role in nearly half of the 50,000 new cases of non- Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosed annually. The cancer, which can be highly aggressive, has been associated with HIV-positive patients, and it was thought that the suppression of the immune sys...

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