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Hormones in the heart protect against effects of high-fat diet, says study

Hormones in the heart protect against effects of high-fat diet, says study

Washington DC : Recent research shows that elevated levels of natriuretic peptides in adipose tissue protect against effects of high-fat diet.The find...

Caffeine triggers temptation for sweets: study

Caffeine triggers temptation for sweets: study

Do you crave for a donut after having a cup of coffee? Blame the caffeine, suggests a study which found that the widely consumed stimulant tempers tas...

DNA censor can play critical role in cancer immunotherapy, says Study

DNA censor can play critical role in cancer immunotherapy, says Study

Washington D.C. [USA] : In a recent research, a team of scientists have found that tumors stressed by cancer immunotherapy release their mitochondrial...

Scientists develop faster, more accurate test for Liver Cancer

Scientists develop faster, more accurate test for Liver Cancer

Washington D.C. : If you are one of those suffering from Liver Cancer, we have some important news for you. A team of researchers has developed a...

Vitamin B intake may up lung cancer risk in men: study

Vitamin B intake may up lung cancer risk in men: study

Long-term, high-dose supplementation of vitamins B6 and B12 may be associated with a two to four-fold increased risk of lung cancer in men, a study ha...

Check out for genetic testing in cardiovascular diseases

Check out for genetic testing in cardiovascular diseases

New Delhi : The last decade has seen an explosion in cardiovascular diseases, with 60 percent of premature death attributable to cardiac causes. With ...

New tool identifies diabetes patients at low blood sugar risk

New tool identifies diabetes patients at low blood sugar risk

Scientists have developed a tool for identifying diabetes patients who are at the highest risk for being admitted to a hospital due to very low blood ...

Study identifies new drug targets to treat fatty liver disease and liver cancer

Study identifies new drug targets to treat fatty liver disease and liver cancer

Washington D.C. [USA] : There may be no magical solution treating liver cancer or fatty liver disease, but knowing the right targets will help science...

Breastmilk may fight bacterial infections in babies: study

Breastmilk may fight bacterial infections in babies: study

Breastmilk has protective sugars that could provide a one-two punch against deadly bacterial infections in babies, according to a study which may lead...

Vitamin C jabs may stave off blood cancer: study

Vitamin C jabs may stave off blood cancer: study

Vitamin C injections may halt the progression of blood cancer by encouraging faulty stem cells in the bone marrow to die, a study in mice has found.Ce...

Sedentary urban life responsible for piles in youth

Sedentary urban life responsible for piles in youth

New Delhi  : Every year, almost 10 million people in India suffer from the pain of piles, a disease that is spreading fast due to stress, insomni...

  Bad eyesight links to risk of dementia : Study

Bad eyesight links to risk of dementia : Study

New analysis conducted by researchers suggests older adults who require glasses are at higher risk of dementia .A team from Stanford University made t...

Cholesterol crystals up risk of heart attack: Study

Cholesterol crystals up risk of heart attack: Study

Washington D.C.  : A study has warned that cholesterol crystals may increase the risk of heart attack. According to researchers, simply cont...

New potential breast cancer drug identified

New potential breast cancer drug identified

Scientists, including an Indian- American researcher, have identified a molecule that can help treat breast cancer, giving hope to patients who have b...

Chewing gum to rapidly test for dental inflammation: Research

Chewing gum to rapidly test for dental inflammation: Research

Patients in the future may quickly assess whether they carry inflammation-causing bacteria in their mouth, thanks to a low-cost chewing gum-based diag...

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Can 'electric shock' therapy for depression beat insomnia in oldies?

Washington D.C. : Older people receiving electric shock therapy, also known as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), to combat the blues of age will need a...

Marijuana use may up death risk of from hypertension: study

Marijuana use may up death risk of from hypertension: study

Marijuana use may increase the risk of death from hypertension by three times, a study has warned."Steps are being taken towards legalisation and decr...

Moderate drinking may increase lifespan, says study

Moderate drinking may increase lifespan, says study

Having a little wine or beer to unwind most days may help lower the odds of a premature death as long as that drink or two doesn't routinely turn into...

Dietary fiber helps maintain gut health: Study

Dietary fiber helps maintain gut health: Study

Washington D.C. : A team of researchers have discovered that by-products of the digestion of dietary fiber by gut microbes act as the right fuel to he...

Embracing dark moods good for mental health: study

Embracing dark moods good for mental health: study

People who resist their negative emotions are more likely to experience stress while those who embrace their darker moods feel better, a study has fou...

Artificial sweetners may trigger weight gain, diabetes: study

Artificial sweetners may trigger weight gain, diabetes: study

Diet foods and artificial sweeteners may trigger weight gain and increase the risk of diabetes, as their sweet taste fools the body's metabolism into ...

Vitamin therapy may prevent deadly skin cancer: study

Vitamin therapy may prevent deadly skin cancer: study

A therapy using a form of Vitamin B3 can potentially prevent melanoma - a deadly skin cancer - according to scientists, including one of Indian origin...

Use of antidepressants  ups Alzheimer

Use of antidepressants ups Alzheimer's sufferers' head injury risk

Washington D.C. : A recent study has linked antidepressant use with an increased risk of head injuries and traumatic brain injuries among persons with...

Extreme heat may adversely affect pregnancy: study

Extreme heat may adversely affect pregnancy: study

Moms-to-be, take note! Exposure to extreme heat linked to climate change may harm both pregnant mothers and their babies, a study has warned.Researche...

Women have more active brains than men: study

Women have more active brains than men: study

Women's brains are significantly more active than that of men, especially in the areas involving focus, impulse control, mood and anxiety, a study has...

Muscles, not brain, may be behind sleep disorders: study

Muscles, not brain, may be behind sleep disorders: study

The answer to combat sleep disorders may not be in the brain, say scientists who have found that a protein present in the muscles can lessen the effec...

Green tea may help fight obesity and increase memory

Green tea may help fight obesity and increase memory

Experts say key compound in green tea called EGCG significantly helps reducing body fat.A new study now claims that drinking green tea helps in both w...

 Early term delivery may be reason for diabetes, obesity-related diseases

Early term delivery may be reason for diabetes, obesity-related diseases

Washington D.C. :Researchers have found that early term deliveries adversely impact the baby's long term health by increasing the risk of diabetes, ob...

Loneliness may be more deadly than obesity: study

Loneliness may be more deadly than obesity: study

Loneliness may be a greater public health hazard than obesity, according to a study which found that social isolation may put people at an increased r...

Muscle protein, not brain, causes sleep disorders: Study

Muscle protein, not brain, causes sleep disorders: Study

Washington D.C.  : Challenging the widely accepted notion that the brain controls sleep, a study has found a protein in the muscle can lessen the...

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