If you have been trying to shed those extra kilos and have been unsuccessful so far, this is for you — do not eat anything after 5pm and before breakfast the next day, and you’d be surprised by the results, claim researchers.
Smoking costs the global economy more than $1 trillion a year, and will kill one third more people by 2030 than it does now, according to a study by the World Health Organization and the US National Cancer Institute published on Tuesday.
Researchers based in the US have investigated the beneficial role of a hormone, called Parathyroid hormone (PHT), in stimulating the reconstitution of bone cells called osteocytes. The study, published in the journal Nature, could lead to the develop
Scientists have recently discovered what they are calling a new human organ that exists in the digestive system.While mesentery’s presence was always known, it was considered a fragment structure in our digest systems.
Making muscles burn more fat and less glucose may increase exercise endurance but simultaneously cause diabetes, a new study has warned. Mouse muscles use glucose (carbohydrate) as fuel when the animals are awake and active and switch to fat (lipid)
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Many of us wake up every morning looking forward to a bowl of cornflakes or some other cereal. That's because we have been told that cereals are a healthy breakfast.
Study says, it's not only health, cancer has a major impact on your mental wellbeing.The study has been reported at the ESMO Asia 2016 Congress in Singapore. Results from a Malaysian study of 1,362 patients
Turmeric is one of the many spices in our kitchen that creates wonders. It belongs to the ginger family and is commonly used in Asia. Although people use it commonly as a spice that adds colour to the variety of Indian curries, that is not all about
Air pollution impairs the function of blood vessels in the lungs, a study in more than 16,000 patients has found. Promoting a safer environment appears to be as important as controlling conventional risk factors, like high cholesterol,
According to a new research, repeated dieting is bad for you. Instead of helping you slim down, it may lead to weight gain because the brain interprets the diets as short famines and urges the person to store more fat for future shortages.