Malvern : DentalEZ Group has teamed up with Henry Schein, Inc. and the Oral Cancer Foundation to provide free oral cancer screenings at this year’s Chicago Midwinter Dental Meeting. Free Oral Cancer screenings will take place on Thursday, February 21, and Friday, February 22, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.; [...]
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Washington: Triclosan, an antibacterial widely used in soaps, deodorants, toothpastes and other body-care products,...
London: One or two glasses of wine a day could help as much as medicines to protect older women from osteoporosis or...
Washington: If you sleep only for five to six hours, it is bound to affect your work negatively. Experts recommend eight hours of sleep for ideal health and productivity. Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, have found that regardless of how tired [...]Read more ›
London: Men may now need to think twice before questioning a woman’s intelligence at home or in the office. Psychologists have found female IQ scores have risen above men’s for the first time in 100 years. Women have been as much as five points behind men since testing commenced a [...]Read more ›
London: Fidgeting could add years to your life just as being sedentary could be harmful for your health. ‘Fidgeting’ may include activities that are unlike exercise, such as standing up and bouncing on your heels, wiggling your hips to some music or sauntering around the house during a TV commercial [...]Read more ›
London: Men and women who drank a daily glass of pomegranate juice for a fortnight experienced a surge in the hormone testosterone, which increases sexual desire in both genders, Daily Mail reported Friday. The latest achievement claimed for pomegranates, which are already acclaimed as a superfood, will be welcome among [...]Read more ›
Washington: Newborns, whose mothers experience stress during the first trimester of pregnancy, may end up with a low iron content and poor health later, says a new study. Iron plays a key role in the development of brain. Well-known risk factors for poor iron status in infants are maternal iron [...]Read more ›
London: Oregano, the common seasoning for pizzas and pastas, could be processed into a drug to protect against prostate cancer with fewer side-effects than existing treatments. Researchers from Long Island University, New York, studied carvacrol, a chemical in oregano, which when added to prostate cancer cells in the lab rapidly [...]Read more ›