Singing lullabies may help ease post-natal depression

London, Jan 10 Worried over insomnia, loss of appetite and severe mood disorders after childbirth? Singing lullabies and composing new songs for your new born may help you recover from post-natal depression, finds a study.

The study found an association between singing and post-natal depression and women with…

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Sleep-related problems kill 3,500 babies in US each year

Washington, Jan 10About 3,500 babies in the US die each year due to sleep-related problems, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and accidental suffocation, a new report said on Tuesday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report said the US experienced a sharp decline in sleep-related…

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Nagaland minister favours postponing assembly polls

Kohima, Jan 9 :   Nagaland Health and Family Welfare Minister Imkong Imchen on Tuesday said he supported the demand of various Naga pressure groups to defer the upcoming assembly elections in order to facilitate a solution to the seven-decade-old Naga insurgency.

The term of the 60-member Nagaland assembly…

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Boy, whose 22 litres blood was sucked by hookworms, cured

New Delhi, Jan 9 In a rare case, a 14-year-old boy, whose 22 litres of blood was sucked by hookworms in his small intestine since the last two years, was cured through a deworming therapy at a city hospital here.

The diagnosis was possible only after hospital recommended…

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Four arrested for selling chemically-ripened fruits

Imphal, Jan 9 Four retailers have been arrested in Nagaland for selling chemically-ripened fruits to unsuspecting consumers, police said on Monday.

The seized fruits, including bananas, oranges, apples and grapes, have been sent for forensic analysis, a police source said.

The Sunday raid took place on Sunday in Dimapur…

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