This was found by doctors of Tata Memorial Hospital (TMH) during a clinical trial of 500 patients.
Post World No Tobacco Day (May 31), here is an anonymous confession of a nicotine addict, or what everyone else calls a chain-smoker.
A pan-India survey released on Monday revealed more than 80% Indians are protein deficient, indicating that protein deficiency on a rise in the country.
According to a UK guidance designed to curb the health risk of too much cumulative sitting time, the office workers should be on their feet for a minimum of 2 hours daily during their working hours.
Heavy drinking can take a toll on health and give a bad hangover. Nutritionist Jacquie Newson doles out tips on how one can remain fine after a few drinks.
A recent study which found that regular use of contact lenses changes eye bacteria could explain why contact lens-wearers are at increased risk of certain eye infections.
You may have most likely been following the wrong routine and food habits while studying. Here are some quick tips for memory boost.
Chemical compounds in cannabis react with cannabinoid receptors in the brain, which control physiological functions such as appetite, pain, nausea and others.
The idea that e-cigarettes are harmless is encouraging youngsters to take up smoking. On World No Tobacco Day, a look at the myths and risks involved, and why the e-cigarette is not a safe alternative to tobacco
Tobacco is the only legally-available consumer product that kills half its users when used as directed. It kills one person dies every six seconds, with an average tobacco-user losing seven to eight years prematurely, shows World Health Organisation (WHO) data.
It really doesn't matter whether you are a social or a heavy smoker. If you belong to the clan, you probably know how tough it is to ditch the habit.
Simplicity, often confused with ease, is an approach to life which requires turning off the outside noise and centering our hearts on what is important.
People who get married before they earn a degree from a four-year college are about 65% more likely to become obese later than people who get married after college.
It's best to tell your kids what they should eat rather than what they should stay away from. Read on to know why.
Early therapy conveys a double benefit, not only improving the health of individuals but at the same time, by lowering their viral load.