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Eat Foods Rich in Omega-3 to Cut Heart Disease Risk

Eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, trout, walnuts and flaxseed oil may significantly cut the incidence of developing a heart disease, finds a new global study. By pooling findings from diverse large studies that had measured blood or tissue levels of…

Nagarjuna re-invents Himself again

The one common quality finest actors possess is 're-invent' themselves on a constant basis. That's why Akkineni Nagarjuna continues to surprise as an actor even Today.For the teenage love story 'Nirmala Convent', Nagarjuna has undergone a transformation to set a new benchmark. He is…

Female Pet Owners May Be Less Likely to Die of Stroke

U.S. women over age 50 and generally healthy were less likely to die of cardiovascular events like stroke if they had a cat or dog, the researchers found.After accounting for the increase in physical activity required of dog owners, owning a cat instead of a…

Bad' Cholesterol Not Behind Elderly Deaths: Researchers

Older people with high levels of "bad" or low-density lipoprotein (LDL-C) cholesterol live as long, and often longer, than their peers with low levels of the same cholesterol, a University of South Florida professor and an international team of experts have found.The findings, which…

Healthy Diet, Walnuts May Help Fight Ageing Effects

Eating an overall healthy diet, including certain foods such as walnuts and other whole foods, may reduce the risk of physical function impairments throughout the ageing process in women, a new study at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the US has…

Eating Blueberries Can Improve Your Vision and Memory

Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamin C with fresh tangy flavor that makes it one of the most popular summer treats of all time. They are sweet, succulent, full of nutrients, and can be eaten freshly picked. They contain a type of flavonoid known…

Eating Broccoli May Lower Heart Disease, Cancer Risk: Study

According to a new study from the University of Illinois in the US, eating broccoli three or four times a week may be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, asthma and several types of cancer. Researchers identified candidate genes…

Study finds contagious cancers can spread among several species of shellfish

A new study suggests direct transmission of cancer among some marine animals may be more common than once thought, as research revealed that contagious cancer cells among several species of bivalves, including mussels and clams, spread from animal to animal through sea water.The study,…

When parents use egg donors, telling kids early may be best

When children learn at an early age that their parents used an egg donor, the disclosure process is easier than when the kids don't hear the facts until they're older, a recent study suggests.Researchers surveyed 72 parents of 66 children who had been conceived…

Is blood in your urine cause for concern?

The sight of blood in your urine is enough to make anyone panic. It doesn’t always indicate a serious problem, but it’s important you get it checked out with your doctor.Blood in the urine is known as hematuria. There are two forms of hematuria:…