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  • Coming Soon: World's First Battery-Less Pacemaker

    Coming Soon: World's First Battery-Less Pacemaker

    In what can be called a revolutionary breakthrough for heart patients, scientists have developed a new battery-less cardiac pacemaker with an alternative energy source - it's powered by heart motion. Adrian Zurbuchen, a PhD candidate from the cardio-vascular engineering group in the University of B...

  • Energy Drinks May Pose a Serious Threat to Your Heart

    Energy Drinks May Pose a Serious Threat to Your Heart

    Young adults and teenagers are constantly seeking something that gives them an instant energy boost and keeps them fueled through the night. And that's exactly what energy drinks have to offer. Energy drinks are hot-sellers, especially when paired with alcohol in night clubs. Health experts have que...

  • Regular Exercise Maximizes Health Benefits of Wine

    Regular Exercise Maximizes Health Benefits of Wine

    A lot has been talked about the benefits of consuming wine.? Earlier studies have indicated that red and white wine increases the levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL), the good cholesterol. Resveratrol, a type of antioxidant found in red wine, has been credited with increasing the levels of...

  • Drinking Tea Can Reduce the Risk of Dying Early

    Drinking Tea Can Reduce the Risk of Dying Early

    We've got some excellent news for tea drinkers! According to a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), drinking tea can reduce the risk of dying early from causes unrelated to the heart by almost 24 per cent. (More: Why drinking tea is good for you)Researchers investigated the e...

  • The Ultimate Fruit for Beautiful Skin

    The Ultimate Fruit for Beautiful Skin

    Pomegranate is known to have originated in Iran and is popularly known as the 'fruit of paradise'. Those juicy, ruby red seeds are considered a symbol of prosperity and fertility in many cultures. In fact, it has been speculated that pomegranates and not apples grew in the Garden of Eden. Besides it...

  • Facial Features Can Determine Your Heart Health: Study

    Facial Features Can Determine Your Heart Health: Study

    Your face can hide a million mysteries but science has established that it can tell you about your heart condition. According to a recent research published online in the journal 'Heart Rhythm', facial features can reflect whether or not a person is experiencing atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillat...

  • Drug Abuse Disrupts Blood Flow to the Brain: Study

    Drug Abuse Disrupts Blood Flow to the Brain: Study

    Researchers have developed a new mapping tool that can be regarded as a breakthrough in the field of brain health. According to a study published in the journal Biomedical Optics Express, a new laser- based imaging tool has been invented which can map the effects of drugs on the network of blood flo...

  • 6 Ways to Add More Coconut to Your Diet

    6 Ways to Add More Coconut to Your Diet

    All of the coconut is trending and for good reason. An average coconut contains around 50% water, 35% coconut oil, 10% carbohydrates and 3.5% protein. A glass of coconut water works as a quick-fix for instant energy and keeps you hydrated. Coconut oil is famous for the bounty of beauty benefits that...

  • 10 Best Maharashtrian Recipes

    10 Best Maharashtrian Recipes

    What comes to your mind when you think of Maharashtrian cuisine? A burst of flavours? A plate of steaming hot vada pav or pav bhaji? For me, Maharashtrian food is an emblem of never ending variety, its like an ongoing gastronomical fiesta. We bow down to almost inexhaustible variety of foods that th...

  • The Latest Colour-Changing Glucometer

    The Latest Colour-Changing Glucometer

    Engineers at the University of Illinois have invented a glucometer that makes it easier to detect and treat diabetes. It is a glucose-monitoring system that changes colour with the increase in glucose levels. This glucose monitoring meter is nothing but hydrogel, laced with boronic acid compounds. H...

  • Junk Food May Kill Appetite for Healthy Food: Study

    Junk Food May Kill Appetite for Healthy Food: Study

    You've been warned over and over again about the perils of munching on crispy fries, a big chunky burger and all that falls under the category of 'junk food'. It makes you put on weight, makes you indisciplined and impatient, and in some cases may also cause brain damage. If these weren't enough, he...

  • Have You Ever Experienced Sleep Drunkenness?

    Have You Ever Experienced Sleep Drunkenness?

    While sleep disorders have become one of the most common lifestyle concerns, a new research suggests that one in every seven people may be suffering with something called sleep drunkenness. Have you ever woken up confused and lost, not knowing where you are? If that sounds familiar, you must pay att...

  • The Most Disturbing Meal Ever!

    The Most Disturbing Meal Ever!

    There are some things that make you squirm, yelp and shriek in horror. They make you question humanity and a man's ability to differentiate between right and wrong. This is one such story.The Japanese have been known for their bizarre obsession with eating animal-based delicacies like horse sashimi,...

  • Kitchen Appliance Review: The Best Refrigerator In India

    Kitchen Appliance Review: The Best Refrigerator In India

    Refrigerators have come a long way from being strictly a necessity to a member of the world of luxury items. Today, you get a whole range of added features, improved technology and style that speaks for your status.This piece hopes to fix some of the most basic queries that may arise while buying a ...

  • Use The Half-Glass Rule to Avoid Drinking Too Much

    Use The Half-Glass Rule to Avoid Drinking Too Much

    All those looking to cut down on the amount of wine they drink, pay attention!Pouring the right amount of wine can be a challenge. Especially when you're dealing with different shapes of glasses. A new research done at Iowa State and Cornell University has shown that people tend to pour more when th...

  • Your Blood Sample Can Reveal Your Eating Habits, Study

    Your Blood Sample Can Reveal Your Eating Habits, Study

    What if doctors could tell exactly what you're eating just by checking your blood sample?If you're not strictly following the diet prescribed by your doctor, you may no longer be able to hide the fact. According to a study that appeared in the 'Journal of Nutrition', researchers have found a new way...

  • Nutella Fans Brace for a Disappointment

    Nutella Fans Brace for a Disappointment

    The gooey goodness of Nutella, a hazelnut-flavoured chocolate spread, has created many ardent fans across the world. If you're one of them, this recent report will leave you frowning.Bad weather conditions in Turkey have caused a major shortage of hazelnuts which is one of the prime ingredients of t...

  • Eat With Your Kids for Their Well-Being

    Eat With Your Kids for Their Well-Being

    Do not skip that family time with your kids, suggests a new study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University. According to the research, eating together with your kids can have significant effects on their growth. It promotes healthier eating behaviour and even better exercise habits.Breakfast a...

  • Tickle Your Ears for a Healthy Heart

    Tickle Your Ears for a Healthy Heart

    According to a team of researchers at the University of Leeds, tickling your ear could help improve the health of your heart. The team applied electrodes to the ears of 34 healthy people and switched on the standard TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) machines for 15-minute sessions....

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