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Homemade beverages best for beating the heat

People who diligently use sunscreens every day can slow or even prevent for a time the development of wrinkles and sagging skin, a new study found.

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Mangoes are good for health but dont eat too many

Its true that ripe mangoes are high in carbohydrates, sugars and have a high glycemic index. It produces roughly 80 kilocalories per 100 gm which mainly come from carbohydrates (20 per cent).

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Docs say drop painkiller with heart risk from essential list

Prominent cardiologists have opposed that inclusion of a painkiller, Diclofenac, in the National List of Essential Medicines (NLEM) as against safer drugs like Naproxen.

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More ozone in atmosphere may up appendicitis risk

High levels of Ozone were associated with an increased number of hospitalizations for appendicitis and were even more strongly associated with cases of burst appendix.

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Overweight - Blame on Genes

Dr Majzoub and his colleagues describe figuring out how the gene they deleted, known as MRAP2, acts in the brain to control weight. They also discovered that it is a helper gene. It normally acts in the brain to signal another gene already known to be involved in controlling appetite.

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Magnesium deficiency leads to insulin resistance

The role of magnesium deficiency in particular seems to be emrging as an important cause for insulin resistance, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and metabolic syndrome, often even in the absence of obesity.

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Depression changes the way children brain functions

The researchers found that right amygdala and right thalamus activity was significantly greater in the depressed children than in the others, a finding that has also been observed in depressed adolescents and adults.

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Drinking coffee may help you live longer

For thousands of years , coffee has been one of the two or three most popular beverages on earth. But its only recently that scientists are figuring out that the drink has notable health benefits.

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Children tend to gain weight over summer holidays

School districts nationwide have been removing sugary drinks and junk food from their campuses, and those measures may be working to reduce obesity in schools. But studies suggest that youngsters may be most likely to pack on pounds when they are home for summer vacation.

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nasal spray to help you escape painful dental jabs

Scientists have developed a nasal spray that could do away with painful anaesthetic injections for dental procedures. The spray was as effective as standard anaesthetics in four out of five patients, according to researchers at the University of Buffalo.

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