Category Research

Did You Know That 40% Of Couples’ Infertility Is Due To Male Factors? New Study Highlights The Role Men Play In Infertility & Miscarriages

A new study has highlighted the role men play in causing infertility and miscarriages. According to Boston University researchers who examined over 1,400 couples before they got pregnant, when men smoke marijuana once a week or more, their partners are

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Climaxing Doesn’t Always Translate To Enjoying Sex -Experts Tell Us Why

Sex is a mandatory component of marital bliss. Not just the act of it, but doing it in such a way that both parties are mutually satisfied at the end of the day. However, not everybody that experiences orgasm during

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Does Birth Control Up Breast Cancer Risk? See What A New Study Says

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! The increasing breast cancer awareness comes at a time when women can find substantial improvements in breast cancer prevention and treatment. If you want to avoid an unwanted pregnancy, taking birth control is usually

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Bottling Up Feelings/ Emotions Could Put Women At Risk Of Stroke -New Study Finds

While some women speak out about their feelings, others don’t talk about them and that “self-silencing” could affect their health. Women who tend to keep quiet about their feelings may be at risk for a stroke and other cardiovascular risks,

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New Study Warns Of The Potential Adverse Effects Of Taking Paracetamol During Pregnancy

A new study by researchers at the University of Bristol has found further evidence linking paracetamol intake during pregnancy with potential adverse behavioral and cognitive problems during childhood. Paracetamol is often used to alleviate pain during pregnancy and is the

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Father’s Genes Influence The Sex Of A Baby –Study Reiterates

Genes play an important role in determining physical traits — how we look —and lots of other stuff about us. They carry information that makes you who you are and what you look like: curly or straight hair, long or

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New Research: Why You Shouldn’t Make Major Decisions On An Empty Stomach

New research from the University of Dundee has suggested that people should avoid making important decisions about the future on an empty stomach. Whether you are going for a crucial business deal or salary negotiation for your new job, make

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Taking Two Diet Drinks Daily Increases Your Risk Of Early Death – WHO Research

The World Health Organisation, WHO has warned that consuming two diet drinks daily could increase the risk of early death by more than a quarter. The global study of more than 450,000 adults in 10 countries – including the UK

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New Study Identifies Great Food Options To Improve Type 2 Diabetes Condition

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that affects the way your body metabolizes sugar (glucose) -an important source of fuel for your body. With type 2 diabetes, your body either resists the effects of insulin, a hormone that regulates

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Why Asthma Attacks Is Likely To Triple When Kids Return To School In September – Study

A new study has showed that child asthma cases can triple at the start of the school year. The study was carried out by researchers from Public Health England and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and published in

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Working Moms Likely To Have Slower Memory Loss Later In Life Than Stay-at-home Moms -Research Finds

New research has found that working mothers had a slower rate of memory decline and loss later in life compared to non-working moms. The research from a team at the University of California, Los Angeles, was presented at the Alzheimer’s

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Ground-breaking Procedure That Can Make Doctors Now Delay Menopause For Two Decades

Menopause occurs when a woman stops having periods and can no longer fall pregnant naturally. It is a natural part of ageing, which occurs in women between 45 and 55 years old. However 1 in 100 women can experience menopause

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Study Reveals The Crucial Link Between Nature & Your Family’s Mental Health

People who study health outcomes have long known that having access to nature is important for health — from decreased asthma and obesity to increase immunities and quality sleep, exposure to the outdoors is good for everyone. But a new meta-study

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Breakthrough As WHO Certifies New HIV Treatment Drug For Pregnant Women

An antiretroviral drug Dolutegravir, commonly known as DTG, has been certified safe for use by pregnant women and those in their reproductive years by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Though initial research linked the drug with neural tube defects (NTDs)

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Health Scare: Why You Should Limit Your Intake Of Sugary Drinks Now

In Nigeria, sugary (soft) drinks, are our very popular and some packaged fruit juices or drinks that are especially appealing to both adults and children. Well, a new study released on Thursday, finds possible link between sugary drinks and cancer.

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Why A Woman’s Face Ages Faster Than A Man After She Hits Menopause -New Research

They say, time seems to speed up as we get older. And it appears that the same happens to the ageing process, too. Ageing is inevitable and so are the signs, which are clearly etched onto our faces. Women start

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Why New Moms Should Wait At Least A Year Before Getting Pregnant Again

A new study has advised that new mothers should wait a year before getting pregnant again. The research suggested that new mothers risk the health of both themselves and their unborn babies if they get pregnant again within a year of giving

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This Amazing Discovery About Breast Milk Will Blow Your Mind

It’s a fact that breast milk is amazingly healthy for babies. This is because breast milk is more than just a source of nutrition. It contains enzymes, antibodies, stem cells, and other good stuff that is known to protect babies

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Study Shows Link Between Chemical Hair Relaxers & Uterine Fibroids In Black Women

A new study in the American Journal of Epidemiology has linked the potentially harmful chemical exposure from hair relaxers to the incidence of uterine fibroids in women and early puberty in young girls. According to the study published from researchers

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Toddler Temper Tantrums Could Equal Success In Future -New Study Gives Details

Temper tantrums are an emotional outburst associated with children, ranging from whining and crying, to screaming, kicking and stomping among others. This emotional outburst is often sudden and need not be provoked before a child who is prone to throw

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Are Women Without Kids Or A Spouse Happier Than The Married Ones? Read What This Prominent Happiness Expert Revealed

A new study has revealed that single women are happier than married women. The study, according to a prominent expert in happiness, Paul Dolan, further revealed that women who are unmarried and do not have children are also likely to outlive

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New Research Shows How Fasting Prevents Obesity & Its Related Conditions

Fasting may help fight against obesity. New research extends the existing evidence that fasting may be helpful in the fight against obesity and its related conditions. The practice enriched with certain proteins may help fight against diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and liver

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Why Men Have Cause To Worry About Their Biological Clocks At Age 35 & Above

A new study has found it’s time we talk about men’s biological clocks and how ignoring them can hurt their partners and children. Women are constantly told to worry about their ticking biological clocks and we are all too familiar

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New Report Makes Stunning Revelation On How Drinking Hot Tea May Be Risky To Your Health

Many people start their day with a cup of tea as it is often associated with a number of health benefits. But if your daily drink is too hot, however, you may dramatically increase your risk of cancer, according to

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Scientist Develop ‘potent’ Fertility Treatment Cheaper Than IVF With Less Side Effects

Scientists have brought a fresh hope for childless couples who are almost giving up. A ‘potent’ new fertility treatment said to be cheaper and less invasive than In-Vitro Fertilization, IVF has been developed.  Reports from Dailymail gathers apart from IVF

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