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Beetroot juice supplements may help heart failure patients: study

Beetroot juice supplements may help heart failure patients: study

Beetroot juice supplements may help enhance exercise capacity in patients with heart failure, a study has found. Exercise capacity is a key factor lin...

Alcohol use biggest risk factor for dementia:Study

Alcohol use biggest risk factor for dementia:Study

Alcohol use disorders are the most important preventable risk factors for the onset of all types of dementia, especially early-onset dementia. This ac...

Researchers discovers enzyme that could treat celiac disease

Researchers discovers enzyme that could treat celiac disease

Researchers at the Stanford University have discovered how a disease-associated protein gets inactivated, opening the door to possible new treatments ...

New drug discovered which  may extend fertility in women by six years

New drug discovered which may extend fertility in women by six years

Scientists have identified a drug that extends egg viability in worms and could theoretically extend womens fertility by three to six years."As early ...

Testing tears may help in early diagnosis of Parkinson

Testing tears may help in early diagnosis of Parkinson's disease

New York : Testing tears may be a cheap, non-invasive as well as reliable technique for early diagnosis of Parkinson's disease, say scientists. I...

Chronic kidney disease linked to lower IQ in kids

Chronic kidney disease linked to lower IQ in kids

New York : Children with chronic kidney disease are more likely to face problems related to attention, visual and verbal memory, besides their declini...

Carbon monoxide may improve effectiveness of antibiotics: study

Carbon monoxide may improve effectiveness of antibiotics: study

Carbon monoxide may significantly improve the effectiveness of antibiotics, according to a study which may open up novel ways to fight antibiotic resi...

Congenital heart disease may increase risk of early dementia, says study

Congenital heart disease may increase risk of early dementia, says study

Adults who are born with heart disease are likely to be at higher risk of early onset of dementia, according to a recent study. Congenital heart disea...

Two new vaccines may be effective in preventing Tuberculosis: study

Two new vaccines may be effective in preventing Tuberculosis: study

Two new vaccines have shown promise in preventing tuberculosis, the world's leading infectious disease killer, results of new clinical trials show.The...

This  new gene helps grow blood vessels

This new gene helps grow blood vessels

A new gene that helps grow blood vessels when it senses inadequate blood flow to tissues has been identified, an advance that can help improve treatme...

Google Artificial Intelligence can predict heart disease risk

Google Artificial Intelligence can predict heart disease risk

Researchers at Google have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can accurately predict the risk of heart diseases by scanning images of...

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Here's why women have colder hands and men have bigger noses

It turns out that the real reason women love holding hands is to do with basic physiology.A Cambridge University study revealed last week, that's beca...

How To Get Rid Of Varicose Veins

How To Get Rid Of Varicose Veins

Off late, numerous women have been visiting the doctor with complaints about varicose veins. These are veins that are tortuous and dilated veins that ...

Scientists develop a new blood and urine test to predict autism in kids leading to early diagnosis

Scientists develop a new blood and urine test to predict autism in kids leading to early diagnosis

In a first of its kind, scientists have developed novel tests that can indicate autism in children, a finding that could lead to earlier diagnosis of ...

Girls may inherit ovarian cancer gene from fathers

Girls may inherit ovarian cancer gene from fathers

Scientists have found a gene responsible for ovarian cancer that can be passed down from fathers to their daughters.The study found that genes on the ...

Scientists develop first-ever inexpensive paper test that detects diseases from DNA

Scientists develop first-ever inexpensive paper test that detects diseases from DNA

Scientists have developed the first inexpensive, miniature paper test that can precisely detect diseases from DNA samples and allows the results to be...

Cleaning sprays as harmful as smoking: study

Cleaning sprays as harmful as smoking: study

Using cleaning sprays can cause a decline in lung function comparable to the damage seen in regular smokers, a study warns.Researchers at the Universi...

Household cleaning products may harm lung function in women

Household cleaning products may harm lung function in women

New York : Women working as cleaners or using cleaning sprays or other products regularly at home are likely to experience a greater decline in their ...

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UK patient's chest rebuilt with 3D printed ribs after tumour surgery

A man has had his chest rebuilt using 3D printing technology during an operation to remove a large tumour.The prosthesis was inserted into Peter Maggs...

Deodorant, shampoo cause as much air pollution as cars do , say experts

Deodorant, shampoo cause as much air pollution as cars do , say experts

In a shocking new revelation, studies find that deodorant and shampoo cause as much air pollution as cars.Experts advise consumers to use smallest amo...

Running may help deal with stress: study

Running may help deal with stress: study

Running can help stave off the negative effects of stress and protect the brain region responsible for learning and memory, a study has found."Exercis...

Sweetened drinks may lower chances of pregnancy:study

Sweetened drinks may lower chances of pregnancy:study

Drinking one or more sugar-sweetened beverages every day by either partner may reduce the couple's chances of pregnancy, a study has warned."We found ...

Eating slowly may help you lose weight: study

Eating slowly may help you lose weight: study

Changes in eating habits were strongly associated with lower obesity and weight (BMI), and smaller waist circumference, according to researchers from ...

Frequent night shifts may up diabetes risk

Frequent night shifts may up diabetes risk

Working frequent night shifts may increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, regardless of genetic predisposition, a study has warned.Researcher...

Human kidney tissue capable of producing urine developed: study

Human kidney tissue capable of producing urine developed: study

In a first, scientists have successfully produced human kidney tissue within a living organism which is able to produce urine, a significant milestone...

Blood sodium levels may affect cognition in older people: study

Blood sodium levels may affect cognition in older people: study

Scientists have found that lower level of sodium in the blood - known as hyponatremia - is linked with declines in cognitive function with advancing a...

Scientists find a new drug to reverse alcohol

Scientists find a new drug to reverse alcohol's damaging effects on brain

Washington DC: Scientists have found a new pill that could reverse the effects of binge drinking on the brain.The studies of Queensland University of ...

Ebola virus can infect human reproductive organs: study

Ebola virus can infect human reproductive organs: study

Ebola virus can infect reproductive organs of humans, according to a study conducted on macaques.Prior studies of survivors of the 2014-2016 Ebola out...

New blood test to identify people at risk of heart disease: study

New blood test to identify people at risk of heart disease: study

A new blood test could identify patients who are at higher risk of developing cardiovascular diseases after suffering a heart attack, scientists say.T...

Drinking piping hot tea may up oesphageal cancer risk: study

Drinking piping hot tea may up oesphageal cancer risk: study

Drinking extremely hot tea may increase the risk of oesophageal cancer by up to five times, especially if a person also consumes alcohol and is a smok...

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