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Delhi, Ahmedabad Have Highest Daily Average Consumption Of Added Fat, Says ICMR Survey

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Delhi and Ahmedabad topped the list of seven cities. Highlights The cities of Ahmedabad and Delhi have topped the list They have the highest daily average consumption of ‘added fat’ Researchers took in responses from seven different metro cities If you don’t hesitate while adding an additional dollop of butter …

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Infections Like Colds, Chickenpox Tied to Some Stroke Risk in Kids

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By Serena GordonHealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 12, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Common infections, such as a cold or chickenpox, may increase the risk of stroke in children, according to several new studies. The good news is that stroke in children is still quite rare, and one of the studies found …

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Could the Weather Affect Your Stroke Risk?

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By Barbara Bronson GrayHealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 12, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Imagine hearing a weather forecaster warn that tomorrow could be “colder with a chance of stroke.” As odd as that may seem, researchers have found possible associations between certain weather conditions and the incidence of strokes. Larger daily …

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This Refreshing 3-Ingredient Kinnow Juice Packs A Punch (Recipe Inside)

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Kinnow juice can be a wonderful refreshing drink for health. Highlights Kinnow is an Indian hybrid which is citrusy and juicy in flavour This refreshing Kinnow juice is a must-add to your diet The juice provides a Vitamin C and energy boost Spring season is in full swing and nature …

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Is Surgery Always Needed for Kids’ Appendicitis?

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By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Skipping surgery and treating appendicitis with antibiotics alone may be a safe approach for many children, a new analysis suggests. Reviewing 10 studies on more than 400 young patients, researchers found that nonsurgical treatment for an inflamed appendix appeared …

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Lingering Baby Weight? Don’t Blame the Pregnancy

News Picture: Teens Often Off the Mark About Their Weight, With Unhealthy Results

By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Women have long blamed pregnancy for weight gains that linger after their babies are born, but a new study suggests the demands of motherhood might be to blame. “We found that by one or two years after birth, women …

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Supportive Mate a Good Match for Your Heart

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Latest Sexual Health News By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Feb. 14, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Every Valentine’s Day, heart-shaped boxes filled with chocolates fly off the shelves as couples express their love for each other, but a new study suggests that a supportive spouse may be the real …

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Many Stroke Survivors Resume Driving Without Testing: Survey

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By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Feb. 13, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Many stroke survivors start driving again without any testing to ensure they can still drive safely, a new survey indicates. Researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina found that more than half of the 162 stroke survivors in …

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Cutting Salt a Health Boost for Kidney Patients

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Latest High Blood Pressure News By Karen PallaritoHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Feb. 16, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Encouraging people with kidney disease to reduce their salt intake may help improve blood pressure and cut excess fluid retention, at least for a while, a new study suggests. Study participants lowered …

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Higher HIV Infection Rates Seen in Mental Health Patients: Study

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THURSDAY, Feb. 13, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Americans seeking treatment for mental health disorders may be four to 16 times more likely to be infected with HIV than those in the general population, a new study reveals. The findings emphasize the need to provide testing for HIV — the virus …

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