Women becoming increasing vulnerable to cervical cancer

With lifestyles in India changing, women are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cervical and breast cancers.

Now, simple test which can halve risk of developing Alzheimer's disease

Reseachers have recently developed a new simple test that could facilitate detect the early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and help cut the risk of developing the disease.

Enact crucial lifestyle changes to determine success after surgical weight loss

A new study has recently revealed that weight loss surgery will only be successful in full extent if people resolve to enact some important lifestyle changes.

Prevent heart disease with healthy lifestyle choices

At a time when heart diseases have become the biggest killer in the world, India is facing the same problem as the country has seen a rapid transition in its disease burden (cardiovascular disease) over the past decades.

Mild hyper-tension can be treated without drugs

For people with mild hyper-tension, encouraging lifestyle changes should be the first line of recommendations for physicians rather than putting them on drugs, suggest experts.

Improving diet can keep diabetes at bay

A new study suggests that improving the overall quality of one`s diet helps to prevent type 2 diabetes.

Reverse erectile dysfunction with lifestyle changes

Reduce weight, improve nutrition, exercise more, drink less alcohol and have a better night`s sleep to bring sexual pleasure back in life without medication, a promising research shows.

Changes in lifestyle can help reduce risk of miscarriage

Researchers have suggested making a combination of lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of miscarriage.

Meet the man who lost 120 lbs without surgery or medication

A man from the US, who weighed over 300 pounds, lost 120 lbs without undergoing any surgery or medication.

Positive changes in lifestyle could cut risk of metabolic syndrome

Data reported by the a new study reinforces the positive influence of lifestyle factors in mitigating risks which could potentially up heart disease risk and other health problems.

Simple lifestyle changes could save 200,000 lives a year

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has revealed that a few simple changes in daily routine can help prevent 200,000 deaths a year.

Healthy lifestyle changes could help combat depression

New studies have showed that healthy lifestyle choices could have positive impact in depression treatment, the effects of aging, and learning.

Meds, lifestyle change more effective than stroke prevention surgery

A new study has claimed that medication and lifestyle changes are much safer and effective at preventing stroke than a surgical technique called stenting.

Lifestyle changes as important as weight loss for kids` good health

A new study suggests that focusing on lifestyle changes could help improve a kid`s health, more than just concentrating on weight loss.

Four lifestyle changes could protect your heart

A large, multi-center study has added more evidence in support of regular exercise, eating a Mediterranean-style diet, keeping a normal weight and, most importantly, not smoking.

Make lifestyle changes to beat old age stress, says psychologist

With the elderly population pegged to increase four-fold in the next 40 years, life-style based changes are necessary to combat stress in old age, according to an eminent psychologist.

Lifestyle changes can prevent type-2 diabetes

Making lifestyle changes can prevent type-2 diabetes, simply, effectively and cheaply.

Lifestyle changes can help control diabetes

Researchers from Emory’s Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) systematically reviewed the published literature and analyzed 28 studies that tested adaptations of the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) trial in real-world settings.

Lifestyle changes would help people avoid cancer

Want to stave off cancer? Just a few simple lifestyle changes would do, a research has claimed.

7 simple lifestyle changes that can add decade to one’s lifespan

Simple lifestyle changes can add a decade or more healthy years to the average lifespan of a normal human being.