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Listen Up, Men: Why You Must Hit the Gym For Stronger Bones

Mar-24-2017 | 0 Comments

Listen Up, Men: Why You Must Hit the Gym For Stronger Bones Engaging in weight-bearing exercises such as resistance training and various types of jumps can help men protect their bone health, suggests new research.


One year of targeted exercise can decrease harmful sclerostin, a protein made in the bone, and increase IGF-1, a hormone associated wit... Read Full Story »

Smartphone May Help Men Test Infertility At Home

Mar-24-2017 | 0 Comments

Smartphone May Help Men Test Infertility At Home Researchers have developed a smartphone-based semen analyser that can help men test infertility in the privacy and comfort of their home, suggests new research.


In tests, the researchers found that the easy-to-use smartphone app and accessory analyses sperm concentration and motility with ... Read Full Story »

Men More Prone To Infertility Due To Less Sleep: Experts

Mar-24-2017 | 0 Comments

Men More Prone To Infertility Due To Less Sleep: Experts Men are more likely to have infertility with less sleep than women, said IVF experts on Thursday.


According to them, sleep seems to have an impact on male fertility and snoring may be the first sign.


"Studies show that men, who have disturbed sleep may have sperm ... Read Full Story »

Exercising 2.5 Hours A Week May Slow Parkinson's: Study

Mar-24-2017 | 0 Comments

Exercising 2.5 Hours A Week May Slow Parkinson's: Study At least 150 minutes of weekly exercise may help people suffering from Parkinson's disease by improving mobility impairment and health-related quality of life, a study has showed.


"We found that people with Parkinson's disease who maintained exercise 150 minutes per week had... Read Full Story »

Tobacco Control Treaty Cut Global Smoking Rates By 2.5%: Lancet

Mar-23-2017 | 0 Comments

Tobacco Control Treaty Cut Global Smoking Rates By 2.5%: Lancet WHO's tobacco control treaty, which came into effect in 2005, has achieved a 2.5 per cent reduction in global smoking rate, according to a study published in The Lancet Public Health.


According to WHO, tobacco use causes nearly six million deaths a year globally.


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Medicine To Prevent Maternal Deaths Shows Promise

Mar-23-2017 | 0 Comments

Medicine To Prevent Maternal Deaths Shows Promise The inhaled form of a medicine may help prevent mothers from dying in childbirth due to more bleeding than normal, show results of a human trial.


The inhalable, dry-powder form of the drug oxytocin, which is already used as an injection to prevent maternal deaths due to postpartum haemorrh... Read Full Story »

Novel Alzheimer's Test Can Predict Age Of Disease Onset

Mar-23-2017 | 0 Comments

Novel Alzheimer's Test Can Predict Age Of Disease Onset A novel test based on genetic information allows individuals to calculate their age-specific risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, a study led by an Indian-origin scientist has revealed.


The study showed that the polygenic hazard scoring (PHS) system strongly predicted the actual ag... Read Full Story »

Women's Sense of Smell May Influence Social Life

Mar-23-2017 | 0 Comments

Women's Sense of Smell May Influence Social Life If you are a women with a good sense of smell, you may have a thriving social life, as well as have improved overall mental and physical health, a study has showed.


The findings, published in the journal Scientific Reports, showed that the decline in this olfactory function -- sense of sme... Read Full Story »

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