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Health

Caffeinated ‘energy’ drinks bad for heart
Caffeinated ‘energy’ drinks bad for heart
Caffeine is one of the most potent agonists - a chemical that binds to a receptor and activates the receptor to produce a biological response - of the ryanodine receptors and leads to a massive release of calcium within cardiac cells.
Shun coffee and switch to tea for healthy heart
Shun coffee and switch to tea for healthy heart
The researchers found that coffee drinkers had a higher CV risk profile than non-coffee drinkers.
Got a cavity? Check whether your dental clinic is infection proof
Got a cavity? Check whether your dental clinic is infection proof
The dental instruments are potential weapons to transmit diseases, if they are not properly sterilized.
Watchout for battery-less pacemaker from Swiss engineers
Watchout for battery-less pacemaker from Swiss engineers
Current pacemakers, which help the heart beat more regularly, offer a lifeline for many patients with cardiac problems but the need for battery power is a limiting factor.
Your face can reveal your heart condition
Your face can reveal your heart condition
Sensors in digital cameras are designed to record three colours: red, green and blue.
Use hollow-head toothbrush? Junk it now
Use hollow-head toothbrush? Junk it now
During the study, researchers found up to 3,000 times the bacterial growth on hollow-head toothbrushes.
Daily exercise improves bone and joint health
Daily exercise improves bone and joint health
Flexibility exercises are recommended for active older adults to optimise performance and limit injury.
Colour-changing glucometer to give precise sugar reading
Colour-changing glucometer to give precise sugar reading
Boronic acid binds to glucose, causing the gel to swell and expand as the glucose concentration rises.
High decibel causes poor growth of babies: Experts
High decibel causes poor growth of babies: Experts
At least 60 per cent of the four million neo-natal deaths that occur worldwide every year are associated with low birth weight.
Heart exercises protect your brain too
Heart exercises protect your brain too
Our body’s arteries stiffen with age and the vessel hardening is believed to begin in the aorta - the main vessel coming out of the heart before reaching the brain.
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