Anaemia during pregnancy may double mortality risk: Study

London, March 22 Pregnant women with anaemia are twice as likely to die during or shortly after pregnancy, compared to those without the condition, according to a study. The study involved over 300,000 women across 29 countries.

Anaemia — a condition characterised by the lack of healthy red blood cells…

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E-cigarettes can be injurious for your liver

New York, March 20 If you are using e-cigarettes then stop doing so. A new study indicates that exposure of e-cigarettes is associated with higher risk of non-alcohol fatty liver diseases.

The findings of the study, in mice, suggests that using e-cigarettes may lead to an…

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Small dose of Viagra daily may cut colorectal cancer risk

New York, March 19  A small, daily dose of the popular erectile dysfunction drug Viagra may significantly reduce colorectal cancer risk, shows a study in mice.

Viagra cut in half the formation of polyps, an abnormal and often asymptomatic clump of cells on the lining of the intestines that may…

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Health initiatives will fulfil Swasth Bharat dream by 2022: Minister

New Delhi, March 17 Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Ashwini Kumar Choubey on Friday said that the National Health Policy and Ayushman Bharat will fulfil the dream of a Swasth Bharat (healthy India) by 2022.

“The Prime Minister’s Office and the Health Ministry are working…

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Salary hike correlated to ease of falling asleep: Survey

New Delhi, March 16 Having trouble sleeping? Your salary might be one of the reasons behind it.

There is a direct correlation between increasing salary and ease of falling asleep, according to a survey.

The India Sleep and Wellness survey, released ahead of the World Sleep Day, was commissioned by…

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