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The liver, biliary system and pancreas are closely related anatomically and physiologically. The liver is the largest organ in the body. It lies in the right upper quadrant under the

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New insight into role of male hormones in fertility and polycystic ovary syndrome

London, April 05: Researchers from Britain and the US have gained fresh insight into the role of male hormone in supporting and disrupting the production of eggs by ovarian follicles. The

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Though some of the yogasana movements are similar to those of gymnastics, yet they are totally different; the movements of yogasanas are slow with RHYTHEMIC BREATHING and with awareness of

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Chronic Alcohol abuse leads to death!!!!

Various symptoms are associated with the use of alcohol on a regular or consistent basis. Some of the symptoms of alcohol abuse will go away on their own as soon

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Some of the possilble health benefits of Milk

The milk from cows’ mammary glands has long been associated with good health, making it one of the most consumed beverages throughout the US and Europe. Milk and bone health

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Toxic and potentially carcinogenic found in e-cigarette brands

Five metals, toxic and potentially carcinogenic when inhaled, found in liquid of leading first generation e-cigarette brands A study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public

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#WorldKidneyDay: “Kidney Disease & Obesity”

Thursday, 9 March marks the 12th celebration of World Kidney Day, and this year’s theme is “Kidney Disease and Obesity”. “Obesity has become a worldwide epidemic. In 2014 over 600

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5 Reasons To Monitor And Reduce Your Sugar Consumption

When was the last time you had a soft-drink? How many spoons of sugar do you consume a day through tea and coffee? What about the packaged snacks which have