Drug News (Medindia)

Being Couch Potato Sharpens Brain

When it comes to the brain and cognition abilities, being a couch potato has few benefits, stated new research.

Some sedentariness May Not be Bad for Your Mind

Older adults who spent more time sedentary performed better on vocabulary and reasoning tasks than adults who engaged in a more moderate-to-vigorous activity, reports a new study.

India to be Trans Fat-Free by 2022: Health Minister

India is committed to eliminating trans fat from the food supply and is processing towards its objective of trans fat elimination by 2020 in a phased manner, a year ahead of the global target set by WHO.

Promising New Tool may Fight Against Melanoma

Key cancer blood markers could be used to select the most effective treatment for melanoma, which can improve melanoma survival rates, reports a new study.

E-cigarettes may Not Reduce Harm to Babies

E-cigarettes might not be a safer alternative to smoking during pregnancy, according to study done on the effects of prenatal nicotine exposure on babies.

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