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scientistdevelopmagneticsurgicalcementtohealspinalfractures:study

Scientist develop magnetic surgical cement to heal spinal fractures: Study

Washington: Scientists have developed a magnetised surgical cement that can be used to heal spinal fractures, and deliver drugs to hard-to-reach areas...

heartburn:whatyouneedtoknowtheriskremedies

Heartburn: What you need to know the Risk & Remedies

Heartburn occurs when gastric contents flow backward from the stomach into the esophagus causing an unsettling and burning sensation behind the sternu...

exercisemaycutchronicdiseaseriskinolderadults:study

Exercise may cut chronic disease risk in older adults: Study

Older adults who exercise above the current recommended levels may have a reduced risk of developing chronic disease as compared to those who do not e...

firstnewmalariatreatmentindecadesreceivesgreenlight

First new malaria treatment in decades receives green light

For the first time in more than 60 years there is a new treatment for malaria caused by the P. vivax parasite. Most cases of this type of malaria are ...

scientistsdevelopstickypatchwithsweatsensorthatmonitorsstresslevels

Scientists develop sticky patch with sweat sensor that monitors stress levels

Scientists have created a stretchy patch that, applied directly to the skin, can monitor a person's stress levels by measuring the hormones in their s...

eatingdietrichinfruitsandvegetablescanreduceriskofbreastcancer

Eating diet rich in fruits and vegetables can reduce risk of breast cancer

Women, take note! Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of breast cancer, finds a study.Led by researchers from Harvard T.H....

eatingmorefruitsandvegetablestoreduceasthmasymptoms

Eating more fruits and vegetables to reduce asthma symptoms

If you have asthma, switching to a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables and whole grain cereals may help in reducing the symptoms like difficulty in bre...

decoded:howomega3fattyacidhelpsinhibitcancer’sspread

Decoded: How Omega-3 fatty acid helps inhibit cancer’s spread

While eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, such as fatty fish, certain nuts and seeds, have been known to prevent heart diseases and arthritis, a...

obesityalonedoesnotelevateriskofdeath:study

Obesity alone does not elevate risk of death: study

Patients who have metabolically healthy obesity, but are free from other metabolic risk factors do not have an increased rate of mortality, a new stud...

orangesmaykeepmaculardegenerationatbay

Oranges may keep macular degeneration at bay

An orange a day can keep macular degeneration away!Researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research have found that people who regularly eat...

mediterraneandietmayhelptoreduceboneloss:study

Mediterranean diet may help to reduce bone loss: Study

Eating a Mediterranean-type diet - rich in fruit, vegetables, nuts, unrefined cereals, olive oil, and fish - could reduce bone loss in people with ost...

semencancauseebolavirusdisease:study

Semen can cause Ebola virus disease: study

Proteins found in semen increase the spread of Ebola virus infection, a new research has claimed.According to a study conducted by the University of P...

newtreatmentforchronickidneydiseaseintheoffing:study

New treatment for chronic kidney disease in the offing: study

Boston: Scientists have devised a method to deliver genetic material to treat damaged kidney cells in mice, an advance that may lead to a gene therapy...

neurodevelopmentdisorderriskhighformen:study

Neurodevelopment disorder risk high for men: study

Washington: A recent study revealed that sex plays a major role in many neurological and psychiatric disorders like hypertension, diabetes, arthritis....

toomuchsaltindietlinkedtoincreasedmortalityrisk:study

Too much salt in diet linked to increased mortality risk: study

Consuming a diet high in sodium may lead to heart diseases, and increase the risk of early death, a study warns.The research, published in the Interna...

smokingdelaysbonehealing:study

Smoking delays bone healing: study

Washington: Smoking is linked to delayed shin bone healing, finds a study."We are all familiar with some of the more well-known negative health effect...

sleepissuescanincreaseriskofcardiovasculardiseaseinwomen:study

Sleep issues can increase risk of cardiovascular disease in women: study

Washington: Turns out, not just cardiovascular health, but even blood pressure is affected by the mildest sleep problems in women.According to a study...

scientistsdevelopuniquepatchtotreatoralulcers

Scientists develop unique patch to treat oral ulcers

A plaster which sticks to the inside of your mouth is revolutionising the treatment of painful recurring ulcers.Scientists from the University of Shef...

takinghighdosesoforalantibioticsupskidneystoneriskinadults:study

Taking high doses of oral antibiotics ups kidney stone risk in adults: study

Children and adults who take five commonly prescribed types of antibiotics may be more likely to develop kidney stones than people who don’t use these...

allergeninredmeatcausesheartdisease:study

Allergen in red meat causes heart disease: study

Washington: An allergen found in red meat can cause the buildup of plaque in the arteries, leading to an increased risk of heart disease, a study has ...

musclestrengthingirlslinkedtovitamindlevel:study

Muscle strength in girls linked to vitamin D level: study

Washington D.C. [USA]: Girls with high level of vitamin D have stronger muscles, finds a study.According to the study's first author, medical student ...

watermelonimprovesimmunityandrejuvenatesthemind:study

Watermelon improves immunity and rejuvenates the mind: study

Watermelons are very good for the heart as the red color has the powerful antioxidant, Lycopene, which lowers the cholesterol levels. The fruit also k...

coffeemayboostqualityofteamwork:study

Coffee may boost quality of teamwork: study

WASHINGTON: Drinking coffee can help people work together as a team and boost their productivity, according to a study.Researchers from The Ohio State...

sleepfor7hourstokeepyourheartyounger:study

Sleep for 7 hours to keep your heart younger: study

NEW YORK: Sleeping for seven hours a day may reduce the age of your heart as well as decrease the risks for cardiovascular disease, say researchers.Th...

depressionduringpregnancymayaffectyourchildssleep:study

Depression during pregnancy may affect your child's sleep: study

NEW YORK: Does your child have sleeping problem? If yes, your emotions during pregnancy might be to blame as a new study has showed that a mother's pr...

noneedforchemoinmanybreastandlungcancers:study

No need for chemo in many breast and lung cancers: study

TAMPA: Two major studies released today show that many people with breast and lung cancers may forgo chemotherapy and still live longer, signaling a w...

stressininfancyaltersbodysorgans:study

Stress in infancy alters body's organs: study

LONDON: Suffering from emotional stress during infancy can cause significant and far-reaching effects on the organs of the body, leading to diseases l...

intermittentfastingmayupdiabetesrisk:study

Intermittent fasting may up diabetes risk: study

The researchers found that fasting every other day to lose weight impairs the action of sugar-regulating hormone -- insulin -- which may increase the ...

tabletdevicesmaydisrupthealthysleep:study

Tablet devices may disrupt healthy sleep: Study

BOSTON: Using light-emitting tablet devices in the evenings can delay bedtimes, interfere with a sleep-regulating hormone, and impair alertness in the...

cyclingwalkingtoworkcanhelpyoulivelonger:study

Cycling,walking to work can help you live longer: study

LONDON: Walking or cycling to work may reduce the risk of dying from ischaemic heart disease or stroke, a study claims.The study, published in the jou...

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