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HEALTH

Asian health warning as heart disease deaths rise

by LAUREN CODLING BRITISH ASIANS should “take responsibility for their health”, a medical expert has urged, as it was revealed that deaths related to heart...

Keeping fit may help cut cancer risk

Staying fit can help reduce the risk of getting lung and colorectal cancer, a new study has revealed. The study was led by researchers from...

Visit a sauna and reduce stroke risk

Visiting a sauna regularly can reduce the risk for stroke. According to a 2018 study, taking a sauna bath for 30 minutes can reduce blood...

Londoners are encouraged to use NHS 111 service to avoid unnecessary A&E visits

It is estimated that 768,404 Londoners go to A&E each year who could have been helped by NHS 111  Londoners are being urged to avoid unnecessary...

Could Ayurveda be the cure for ailing NHS?

By Drew McLachlan As the NHS shoulders a growing financial burden, the ancient Indian tradition of Ayurveda is being promoted as a way to take the pressure...

Researchers to work with India to promote Ayurveda globally

Researchers from across the world have vowed to work with India to promote Ayurveda globally, saying the ancient Indian system of natural and holistic...

Eating legumes may cut diabetes risk

Eating over three servings of legumes like lentils, chickpeas, beans and peas every week may significantly reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes,...

Common antibiotic may help prevent and treat PTSD

Common antibiotic doxycycline may help treat or prevent post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by disrupting the formation of negative thoughts and fears in the...
The study found wide variations, with some babies crying as little as 30 minutes a day, and others more than five hours

Babies in Britain, Canada and Italy cry most in first weeks

Babies cry more in Britain, Canada, Italy and Netherlands than in other countries, while newborns in Denmark, Germany and Japan cry and fuss the...
Dr. Sangam Kurade

12 new genes linked to ovarian cancer identified

Scientists have identified 12 new genetic variants that increase risk of developing ovarian cancer, after analysing the DNA of almost 100,000 people. The analysis, that...