Young children are particularly vulnerable to the toxic effects of lead and even low exposure to it can give rise to emotional and behavioural problems, says a study.
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Next time, when you reach for that bar of Hershey`s, know that it only takes a bite or two of chocolate to get the benefits. A new study has suggested that a daily bite of chocolate could bolster your workouts, reports the New York Daily News.
The secret behind living to a ripe old age may have nothing to do with what you eat or how much exercise you get.
Innovative studies have explored a number of promising pathways for treatment and new targets for preventing the spread of breast cancer.
Drink a glass or two of water before meals, as that`s the best way to curb appetite and shed those pounds.
Scientists have shed new light on how stress can contribute to memory loss in old age.
Scientists have discovered some unexpected effects of lead exposure that may one day help prevent and reverse blindness.
Over 51% of children in metro cities below the age of 12 years have more than the normal lead levels in their blood.
A new Johns Hopkins Children``s Center study has shown that even small amounts of lead in the bodies of healthy children and teens could worsen kidney function.
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