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How gut bacteria leads to depression, anxiety

How gut bacteria leads to depression, anxiety

New York, June 18 (IANS) Gut bacteria plays a key role in infusing negative feelings in the brains of obese people, causing depression and anxiety, researchers say.



Obesity, smoking roadblocks in successful arthritis treatment

Obesity, smoking roadblocks in successful arthritis treatment

Toronto, June 17 (IANS) Obesity in women and smoking among men could be major factors behind not achieving remission in rheumatoid arthritis, despite early treatment, researchers say.

High Vitamin D levels may reduce breast cancer risk

High Vitamin D levels may reduce breast cancer risk

New York, June 16 (IANS) Higher levels of Vitamin D among women may reduce their risk of developing breast cancer post menopause, claimed a new study.

Gout may up dementia risk in elders: Study

Gout may up dementia risk in elders: Study

New York, June 15 (IANS) Elderly people suffering from gout may have 17-20 per cent higher risk of dementia, suggests a new study by a team that includes an Indian-origin researcher.

High Vitamin D levels associated with low colon cancer risk

High Vitamin D levels associated with low colon cancer risk

New York, June 15 (IANS) Consuming a Vitamin D rich diet is not only beneficial for your bones but can also keep colorectal or colon cancer at bay, a new study shows.

Move closer to God for better sleep quality

Move closer to God for better sleep quality

New York, June 14 (IANS) Finding it hard to get a proper night sleep? A higher religious involvement can reduce stress levels and lead to healthier sleep outcomes, say researchers.

Binge drinking in teenage may affect girls' bone mass

Binge drinking in teenage may affect girls' bone mass

New York, June 14 (IANS) Girls who binge on alcohol may fail to reach their peak bone mass, increasing their risk of fractures in adulthood as well as osteoporosis -- a condition in which bones become weak and brittle, according to researchers.

How middle-age hypertension raises dementia risk later

How middle-age hypertension raises dementia risk later

London, June 13 (IANS) A high blood pressure level but still below the usual threshold for treating hypertension can put 50-year-olds at increased risk of developing dementia later, revealed a study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

Prenatal interaction with baby important for development

Prenatal interaction with baby important for development

London, June 13 (IANS) A new study has shown that prenatal interaction is associated with the development of the child in their later years.

Automated robotic device developed for faster blood testing

Automated robotic device developed for faster blood testing

New York, June 13 (IANS) Researchers have developed an automated blood drawing and testing device that provides rapid results and allows health care practitioners to spend more time treating patients.

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