Health

Sugar makes cancer tumours more aggressive: Study

The discovery provides evidence for a positive correlation between sugar and cancer, which may have far-reaching impacts on tailor-made diets for cancer patients. Scientists have found that sugar’awakens’ cancer cells and makes tumours more aggressive, according to a nine-year long ...

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New exercises help athletes manage breathing disorder: Study

The new breathing techniques, now named the Olin Exercise-Induced Laryngeal Obstruction Biphasic Inspiration Techniques (EILOBI), were developed and introduced by Olin, and are the subject of the research. A novel set of breathing techniques can help athletes overcome vocal cord ...

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Magic mushrooms may ‘reset’ depressed brains: Study

Following the treatment, patients reported a decrease in depressive symptoms, corresponding with improvements in mood and stress relief. A psychoactive compound occurring naturally in “magic mushrooms” may help reduce symptoms of depression as well as “reset” brain activity in affected ...

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Higher Vitamin D dose may boost bone density in preemies

Rickets is a disease that leads to softening and weakening of bones in children due to Vitamin D deficiency. Higher dosage of Vitamin D in premature and preterm infants may prevent them from rickets, researchers suggested. Rickets is a disease ...

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Coffee may not help relieve Parkinson’s symptoms, says report

Caffeine, which is so safe and inexpensive, has been linked to a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s but so far its record of helping people with the disease has been abysmal. Caffeine may not be helpful in improving mobility in ...

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