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Eating walnuts may boost gut health, cut cancer risk By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 27th July, 2017, 09:11

Walnuts act as a probiotic to help nourish and grow the bacteria that keeps the digestive system healthy

Eating walnuts may boost gut health, cut cancer risk

Should you finish a course of antibiotics? Should you finish a course of antibiotics?

Public Health England says patients should continue to follow their health professional's advice about using antibiotics


China’s Shandong University takes research project on Chikungunya Chinese university takes research project on Chikungunya

The Shandong University is one of the top most research universities of the world


Use turmeric for anti-ageing, healing and exfoliate blackheads Use turmeric for anti-ageing, healing and exfoliate blackheads

From healing burns and cuts to controlling the process of aging, experts have rated the spice high for its uses


HIV-prevention ring trial a success among US teens HIV-prevention ring for women

Women and girls aged 15-24 account for a fifth of all new HIV infections globally. Nearly 1,000 are infected every day in sub-Saharan Africa


Death toll of dengue victims rises to 301 in Sri Lanka Death toll of dengue victims rises to 301 in Sri Lanka

The number of cases this year is already nearly double the number of dengue infections recorded in all of 2016


Physical exercise prevents dementia: Research Physical exercise prevents dementia: Research

Regular physical exercise not only enhances fitness but also has a positive impact on brain metabolism


Maternal high-fat diet may affect kids’ mental health: Study Maternal high-fat diet may affect kids’ mental health: Study

Babies whose mothers consumed a high-fat diet during their pregnancy may be at an increased risk of developing mental health disorders


Spanish scientists discover potential anti-Zika drug Spanish scientists discover potential anti-Zika drug

that scientists had found that a compound previously used as an antibiotic countered the symptoms of the mosquito-borne disease


Saliva test offers easier, cheaper diagnoses of liver disease Saliva test offers easier, cheaper diagnoses of liver disease

Hepatitis E virus (HEV) causes liver disease that infects an estimated 20 million people worldwide each year and kills more than 56,000


Above 6 children at greater risk of dengue infection: Study Above 6 children at greater risk of dengue infection: Study

The study combines serological surveys of blood samples with participant interviews to determine various sociocultural risk factors


For first time, over half of people with HIV taking AIDS drugs: UN report For first time, over half of people with HIV taking AIDS drugs: UN report

There were about 36.7 million people with HIV in 2016, up slightly from 36.1 million the year before


A dirty stethoscope may spread superbug infections A dirty stethoscope may spread superbug infections

  If your doctor is monitoring you with unhygienic stethoscopes, chances are that you may contract…


World's first child hand transplant a 'success' World's first child hand transplant a 'success'

Harvey had his hands and feet amputated at the age of two, following a sepsis infection


Artificial sweeteners may up obesity, heart disease risk Artificial sweeteners may up obesity, heart disease risk

Artificial sweeteners are substitutes for sugar that provides a sweet taste like that of sugar while containing significantly less food energy


Startup touts neuro-stimulation as 'medicine for the brain' Fancy headphones like device stimulate brain!

Chao says the Halo device can "extract latent potential" in the brain to improve performance for people who rely on making quick decisions on movement

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