Health

Research predicts breast cancer can relapse based on ‘internal wiring’

A study published in the journal Nature, shows that breast cancer is equal to 11 separate diseases that each has a different risk of coming back. Researchers say that this &ld...

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Thousands of Followers and Friends, and yet a Lonely Generation

Report says nearly half of the Millennials feel isolated. Loneliness is a significant problem that can predispose young children to immediate and long-term negative consequenc...

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Workplace challenges for breastfeeding mothers

According to a survey, one in three breastfeeding mothers have been forced to use a toilet to express milk during work. More than half highlighted a lack of workplace support ...

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Supermarkets ‘confuse’ consumers on healthy food choices

BBC Radio 5 Live Investigates has discovered that food products high in salt and saturated fats are being marketed as healthy by leading supermarkets. The Royal Society for Pu...

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Oral contraceptives may impair emotion recognition in Women

There is a widespread use of oral contraceptives (OCs) among women, but little did they know about the effects of OC’s on emotion, cognition, and behavioural changes.&nb...

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Global suicide rates on a downward trend - WHO

According to a study released on 7th February, suicide rates have fallen by more than a third globally, since 1990. The World Health Organization estimates that about at least...

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The Budget Allocation for Health in India

The public health sector in India depends on the yearly budget enforced by the Government. The growing anticipation of the 2019 budget forces us to look back on the previous y...

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Cigarette Butts are not just killing you, but the Environment too

Plastics are finally being recognised as the major pollutant in use and have resulted in ban in many countries as of now. Yet another, bigger problem is of the cigarette filte...

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Exercise and activity can preserve brain cells and prevent Dementia

Researchers have found that people who move around more and are active have shaper brains compared to the sloth-like ones even if they have brain-deterioration. ‘Dementi...

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Domestic violence, abuse and neglect reduce children’s growth and development

From birth to age five, a child’s brain develops more than at any other time in life. And early brain development has a lasting impact on a child’s ability to lear...

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Climate change could make insurance unaffordable for ordinary people

Insurance workers started to warn that climate change could make insurance unaffordable ...

March 25 2019

Indian gay film Evening Shadows’ journey unstoppable

Evening Shadows, the multiple award-winning Indian feature film about a son coming out t...

March 22 2019

Water for all – Leaving no one behind!

The World Water Day is celebrated every year on 22nd March focusing on the importance of...

March 22 2019