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Why Warm Milk Makes You Sleepy? Researchers Explain

Drinking warm milk before going to bed is a common practice for many of us. If you remember, since childhood our parents stress...

Parents’ beliefs and knowledge may impact a child’s brain development: Study

A new study has found that children's brain development can depend on their parents' knowledge and beliefs.The findings of the study were published...

How much weight should you lose to manage type 2 diabetes? Here’s what study says

A new study has found that weight loss of 15 per cent or more should become a central focus of managing type 2...

Covid-19 pandemic made women hesitant to have another baby, says new study

New study reveals nearly half of New York City mothers who had been trying to have another baby before the coronavirus pandemic began...

Gut bacteria may play key role in risk for brain damage: Study

Researchers have found that bacteria in the gut of premature infants may play a key role in the risk for brain damage.The findings...

Obesity correlated to pollution: Study

It is not just what you eat, what you breathe might also cause obesity. Long-term exposure to high levels of air pollution is...

Moderate-vigorous physical activity is most efficient at improving fitness: Study

In the largest study performed to date to understand the relationship between habitual physical activity and physical fitness, researchers from Boston University School...

Fatigue, shortness of breath last a year for many Covid-19 patients, says study

The study adds to its earlier research that warned authorities in different nations that they must be prepared to provide long-term support to...

Sugars from human milk could help treat, prevent infections in infants: Study

Bacteria known as group B Streptococcus (GBS) are a common cause of blood infections, meningitis, and stillbirth in newborns. Although GBS infections can...

Reduced screen time, enough sleep: Study suggests ways to support kids’ mental health during pandemic

A new study has suggested several simple, practical steps that families can take - including reducing passive screen time and news consumption, having...

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