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Diseases & Conditions

Smoking can kill your child

Passive smoking, also known as secondhand smoke is a well-known risk factor of heart disease. Secondhand smoke is the smoke exhaled and then exhaled by a smoker and from a lit...

Regulatory Affairs Consulting

With the decline in product development pipelines, the critical role regulatory affairs plays in maximising the medical and commercial impact of all product opportunities is becoming increasingly apparent. At Capital K...

7 innovative ways to keep your child’s heart healthy

Heart disease is a clinical condition that is quite common in teenagers and kids, in addition to older people and young adults. This is mainly attributed to two major factors pertaining...

Women with larger waistlines more likely to suffer from breast cancer

A Britain-based study has shown that women between 20s and post-menopausal age with expanding waistlines are at an increased risk of breast cancer. An increase in one skirt size every 10 years ups...

Antibacterial resistance may be a risk factor for cystic fibrosis

According to a new research,’antibacterial resistance’ may be a bigger risk factor for Cystic Fibrosis disease than it was previously thought. Stuart Elborn, a researcher from the Queen’s University, Belfast said that more...

olive oil may help to failing hearts

According to a study published in the journal Circulation, a common dietary fat called oleate that is present in olive oil may help restoration of metabolism that may get disturbed in case of...

Apple keeps obesity away

A new study published in the journal Food Chemistry reveals yet another benefit of eating an apple everyday. According to researchers at Washington State University, apples may help preventing obesity-related diseases. Apples, especially Granny...

Blame your brain for Feeling disappointed

Do you often wonder why you end up feeling disappointed? Well, don’t blame those around you; it’s your brain signalling that leads to disappointment, says a new study. Scientists revealed that...

Child play after school may helps better grades

If your child cannot wait to play after school, its better  you don’t stop him/her, a study suggests. Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity for at least 60 minutes a day after school saw...

Improve your heart health in 60-minutes!

September 29 is the World Heart Day. Do you take a one-hour lunch break? If you don’t, you should start. With statistical evidences showing 1 in 5 workers don’t take a lunch...
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