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Give your health a boost with sesame seeds – Experts tell...

Known for its distinct nutty flavour, sesame seeds are not only extolled for their nutritional content in seed form, but are also highly valued...

Coconut oil can reduce the risk of heart disease, says study...

According to a recent study, daily consumption of coconut oil for just four weeks may lower the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Teens who use e-cigarettes more likely to start smoking: Study

It is the largest study to date to estimate the impact between alternative tobacco use and the subsequent start of conventional cigarette smoking in...

Beware! Holding back a sneeze could lead to death

The warning has been meted out after stifling a sneeze left a 34-year-old man with a painful, ruptured throat.

Magic mushrooms may treat depression without dulling emotions

Previous research has shown that psilocybin - the active compound in magic mushrooms - may help to alleviate symptoms in patients with persistent depression...

How preterm birth may affect baby's language skills decoded

Ultrasound studies reveal, for example, that, beginning at least as early as 25 weeks into gestation, foetuses will blink or move in response to...

Fight arthritis, eat muesli for breakfast: Study

Short-chained fatty acids are important for the body as they provide energy, stimulate intestinal movement and have an anti-inflammatory effect.

Unable to fall asleep? Try writing a to-do list, suggests study

For the study, published in Journal of Experimental Psychology, researchers monitored electrical brain activity using electrodes on a group of healthy young adults.

Bullied kids at high risk of suicidal behaviour

Researchers assessed children, based on self-reporting about peer victimisation, at ages 6, 7, 8, 10, 12 and 13 years.

Patients undergoing breast cancer therapy need to stay away from these...

Researchers used advanced metabolomics technology to analyse the effects of palbociclib/letrozole on breast cancer cells.
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