British Study


'British Study' - 13 News Result(s)

  • "Really Good News": COVID-19 Reinfection Unlikely For 6 Months, Says Study

    "Really Good News": COVID-19 Reinfection Unlikely For 6 Months, Says Study

    People who've had COVID-19 are highly unlikely to contract it again for at least six months after their first infection, according to a British study of healthcare workers on the frontline of fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

  • British Study Predicts 22 Lakh Coronavirus Deaths In US, 5 Lakh In UK

    British Study Predicts 22 Lakh Coronavirus Deaths In US, 5 Lakh In UK

    A crucial projection study that helped convince the British government to impose more stringent measures to contain COVID-19 painted a worst case picture of hundreds of thousands of deaths and a health service overwhelmed with severely sick patients.

  • Pain Drugs In Pregnancy Tied To Behavior Issues In Children: Study

    Pain Drugs In Pregnancy Tied To Behavior Issues In Children: Study

    Women who take the common pain reliever acetaminophen during pregnancy may be more likely to have children with behavior problems than those who don't use the drug, a British study suggests.

  • Sitting No Worse for Health Than Standing: UK Study

    Sitting No Worse for Health Than Standing: UK Study

    Sitting down is no worse for you than standing up as long as you take regular exercise, a British study said today, casting doubt on the health benefits of sit-stand work stations.

  • Melbourne Keeps Crown as World's Most Liveable City

    Melbourne Keeps Crown as World's Most Liveable City

    Melbourne, Australia, is the world's most liveable city but conflict and terrorism have led to a fall in global urban living conditions more generally, according to a British study published today.

  • Scientists Closer to Blood Test for Alzheimer's

    Scientists Closer to Blood Test for Alzheimer's

    A British study has identified blood proteins that appear in patients subsequently diagnosed with Alzheimer's, raising hopes of a test that could help the search for a cure.

  • Worried Over Weight, British Teenagers Skipping Breakfast

    Worried Over Weight, British Teenagers Skipping Breakfast

    A British study has found children as young as 10 being unhappy for their weight. Since they feel they need to shed weight, one in six teenagers is skipping their morning meals.According to a report by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU), nearly...

  • Boost Memory With Three Glasses of Champagne

    Boost Memory With Three Glasses of Champagne

    Connoisseurs have long advocated its benefits -- and now a new British study has suggested that three glasses of bubbly a week can help improve memory.Scientists are convinced that a regular tipple of champagne can help prevent brain disorders such as...

  • A healthy diet, more exercise can beat diabetes

    A healthy diet, more exercise can beat diabetes

    A few simple changes in daily life can ultimately prove to be a major help in preventing two in three cases of diabetes while saving a large number of lives annually, a British study has found. People from South Asia are particularly prone to diabetes.According...

  • Want to Stay Healthy? Live on the Seaside

    Want to Stay Healthy? Live on the Seaside

    Living on the seaside could help us in leading a healthy life, suggests a British study which found individuals living near the coast tend to be healthier than those who set up home further inland.While analyzing data from the 2001 census, British scientists...

  • Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    According to a British study, things like writing a letter to reading a map are among the top 50 tasks that have been wiped out by technology.

  • Green tea could cloud Olympic doping tests

    Green tea could cloud Olympic doping tests

    Olympic doping officials are considering whether to tweak their tests after a recent British study showed green tea might hide testosterone from the standard test used to spot it.

  • Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    According to a British study, things like writing a letter to reading a map are among the top 50 tasks that have been wiped out by technology.

'British Study' - 13 News Result(s)

  • "Really Good News": COVID-19 Reinfection Unlikely For 6 Months, Says Study

    "Really Good News": COVID-19 Reinfection Unlikely For 6 Months, Says Study

    People who've had COVID-19 are highly unlikely to contract it again for at least six months after their first infection, according to a British study of healthcare workers on the frontline of fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

  • British Study Predicts 22 Lakh Coronavirus Deaths In US, 5 Lakh In UK

    British Study Predicts 22 Lakh Coronavirus Deaths In US, 5 Lakh In UK

    A crucial projection study that helped convince the British government to impose more stringent measures to contain COVID-19 painted a worst case picture of hundreds of thousands of deaths and a health service overwhelmed with severely sick patients.

  • Pain Drugs In Pregnancy Tied To Behavior Issues In Children: Study

    Pain Drugs In Pregnancy Tied To Behavior Issues In Children: Study

    Women who take the common pain reliever acetaminophen during pregnancy may be more likely to have children with behavior problems than those who don't use the drug, a British study suggests.

  • Sitting No Worse for Health Than Standing: UK Study

    Sitting No Worse for Health Than Standing: UK Study

    Sitting down is no worse for you than standing up as long as you take regular exercise, a British study said today, casting doubt on the health benefits of sit-stand work stations.

  • Melbourne Keeps Crown as World's Most Liveable City

    Melbourne Keeps Crown as World's Most Liveable City

    Melbourne, Australia, is the world's most liveable city but conflict and terrorism have led to a fall in global urban living conditions more generally, according to a British study published today.

  • Scientists Closer to Blood Test for Alzheimer's

    Scientists Closer to Blood Test for Alzheimer's

    A British study has identified blood proteins that appear in patients subsequently diagnosed with Alzheimer's, raising hopes of a test that could help the search for a cure.

  • Worried Over Weight, British Teenagers Skipping Breakfast

    Worried Over Weight, British Teenagers Skipping Breakfast

    A British study has found children as young as 10 being unhappy for their weight. Since they feel they need to shed weight, one in six teenagers is skipping their morning meals.According to a report by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU), nearly...

  • Boost Memory With Three Glasses of Champagne

    Boost Memory With Three Glasses of Champagne

    Connoisseurs have long advocated its benefits -- and now a new British study has suggested that three glasses of bubbly a week can help improve memory.Scientists are convinced that a regular tipple of champagne can help prevent brain disorders such as...

  • A healthy diet, more exercise can beat diabetes

    A healthy diet, more exercise can beat diabetes

    A few simple changes in daily life can ultimately prove to be a major help in preventing two in three cases of diabetes while saving a large number of lives annually, a British study has found. People from South Asia are particularly prone to diabetes.According...

  • Want to Stay Healthy? Live on the Seaside

    Want to Stay Healthy? Live on the Seaside

    Living on the seaside could help us in leading a healthy life, suggests a British study which found individuals living near the coast tend to be healthier than those who set up home further inland.While analyzing data from the 2001 census, British scientists...

  • Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    According to a British study, things like writing a letter to reading a map are among the top 50 tasks that have been wiped out by technology.

  • Green tea could cloud Olympic doping tests

    Green tea could cloud Olympic doping tests

    Olympic doping officials are considering whether to tweak their tests after a recent British study showed green tea might hide testosterone from the standard test used to spot it.

  • Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    Technology killing old joys like letter-writing

    According to a British study, things like writing a letter to reading a map are among the top 50 tasks that have been wiped out by technology.

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