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Health

Air pollution may cause DNA damage in children

San Francisco: Children and teenagers exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution may be at an increased risk of a specific DNA damage...

‘Eating fruits, veggies daily may cut artery disease risk’

New York: Eating over three servings of fruits and vegetables every day may lower the risk of developing an artery disease that restricts blood...

Why momos are the worst street food ever

Mumbai: Momos have become the king of street food in the past decade in India. Easily available, portable and with no paraphernalia needed other...

Kochi hospital performs Asia’s first bot-aided implant for Parkinson’s

For Zubair, a 45-year-old autorickshaw driver from Kerala’s Guruvayoor district, earning a livelihood was becoming increasingly difficult as he was suffering from Parkinson’s disease....

Eating cheese does not increase heart disease risk: study

London: A diet rich in cheese and yoghurt may not increase the risk of heart disease and stroke, according to new research that challenges...

‘Diet’ products can make you fat

Dieting and still can't shed those extra kilos? Turns out, some of the so-called diet products are just junk food in disguise. High-fat foods are...

Eating fruits, vegetables may help lower blood pressure: study

Eating foods rich in potassium such as bananas, spinach, beans and even coffee may help lower your blood pressure, a new study has found. Decreasing...