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From the archives: The extraordinary doctor who makes a difference

On August 10, the Human Rights Watch, an international non-governmental organisation that conducts research and advocacy on human rights, announced that Dr M R Rajagopal was one of the recipients......

Red meat raises risk of cancer, says study

Red meat lovers have been warned of being at higher risk of cancer or heart attack, while those who consume white meat do not have the same effect, a study has said.According to The Age, the study......

Vitamin D can help people live longer: Study

Want to live longer? Make sure that you expose yourself to sunlight in moderation daily, for a new study has revealed that vitamin D, which is produced in the body in course of the exposure, cuts......

Whole-grain cereals cut heart failure: Study

Healthy eating is one of the most important habits to adopt if you want to avoid heart disease and stroke -- but just be sure to add whole-grain cereals in your breakfast.Yes, researchers in the......

'Excessive painkillers might lead to hypertension'

Regular use of common painkillers might lead to high blood pressure and hypertension, according to a new study. The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, has found that middle-aged......

Is your boss killing you?

If you've ever felt your heart skip a beat after being screamed at by your boss, it may be more than just your imagination.A study of 6,000 British male office workers over a four-year period,......

Clinical trials: Why India is irresistible

A vast, unwieldy population, a plethora of diseases, and rampant poverty: this was the picture India presented to the outside world till a while ago.But these days the fact that India has the......
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Vietnam's disappearing vintage signs are pop culture remnants of a bygone era

Since the turn of the 20th century, Vietnam has seen tremendous urban changes. Saigon became Ho Chi Minh City – a colonial, then communist,... ...

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