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Is Using Sanitizers Better Than Hand Washing?

Is Using Sanitizers Better Than Hand Washing?

So here's the thing, no matter 'aapka sabun kitna bhi slow hain', washing hands has always been a part and parcel of growing up! And why wouldn't it b...

Spinal cord determines left or right handedness: study

Spinal cord determines left or right handedness: study

Asymmetrical genetic activity in the spinal cord that begins in the womb determines if the baby will be right or left-handed, according to a new study...

 Thyroid disease as a lifestyle problem

Thyroid disease as a lifestyle problem

Thyroid gland disorders are fairly common in India with prevalence rates ranging from 11 per cent to 13 per cent, one of the highest globally. The cou...

Gene editing surgery may prevent blindness: study

Gene editing surgery may prevent blindness: study

The gene editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 may be delivered directly into the eye to treat age-related macular degeneration (AMD) efficiently and safely, a new...

Combination of drugs may help cure brain cancer

Combination of drugs may help cure brain cancer

A combination of drugs may act as a "double-whammy" to brain cancer tumours, according to a new study that may lead to novel therapies to treat the di...

Soft drinks, pizzas may put your child at liver disease risk

Soft drinks, pizzas may put your child at liver disease risk

Parents, take note! Kids who regularly consume foods with high fructose such as pizzas, sodas, sweetened beverages and biscuits may be at the risk of ...

Eating less may slow ageing: study

Eating less may slow ageing: study

Consuming less calories may help slow down ageing and promote a long, healthy life, according to a new study that delves beyond the skin to unlock the...

  Kidney diseases: Link between anti-ageing hormone and diabetes

Kidney diseases: Link between anti-ageing hormone and diabetes

Deficiency in the levels of an anti-ageing hormone may predict the risk of development of kidney disease in patients with Type 1 diabetes, as well as ...

Weight loss surgery may reduce diabetes risk: study

Weight loss surgery may reduce diabetes risk: study

Losing weight through surgical approaches may substantially reduce people's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study has found. The study offer...

   Chicken pox, measles outbreak in Hyderabad

Chicken pox, measles outbreak in Hyderabad

Hyderabad : As the season is taking a turn there has been a spurt in cases of measles and chicken pox in the city. Every week 6 cases are being treate...

Now, four-in-one pill to treat high blood pressure

Now, four-in-one pill to treat high blood pressure

A new ultra-low dose four-in-one pill has been found to be 100 per cent effective at tackling high blood pressure, according to the results of a clini...

Fish oil may help fight asthma: study

Fish oil may help fight asthma: study

Fish oil and other products with omega-3 fatty acids can reduce the production of antibodies that cause allergic reactions and asthma symptoms, a new ...

 Seven-year old with Wilson’s Disease transplanted with liver

Seven-year old with Wilson’s Disease transplanted with liver

Hyderabad: A seven-year-old boy, suffering from a rare genetic disorder Wilson’s disease and acute Liver failure has been operated upon by Transplant ...

 4 Hidden Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin E Deficiency

4 Hidden Signs and Symptoms of Vitamin E Deficiency

Vitamin E is commonly known as tocopherol and performs a plethora of functions. It is a fat-soluble vitamin, as explained earlier, and is stored in th...

  Kids with metabolic disorder suffer as parents depend on imported food

Kids with metabolic disorder suffer as parents depend on imported food

CHENNAI: Other infants in the ward were breastfed but for Sudharshan that would have been lethal had doctors not detected a metabolic disorder early. ...

 De-worming tablets to be distributed to 34 cr children on Feb 10

De-worming tablets to be distributed to 34 cr children on Feb 10

New Delhi: In one of the country’s largest single-day public health initiatives, an estimated 34 crore children will be administered de-worming tablet...

Music,drugs stimulate same part of brain: study

Music,drugs stimulate same part of brain: study

The same brain-chemical system that is stimulated by listening to our favourite music also mediates the feelings of pleasure from sex, recreational dr...

Almonds may boost cardiovascular health in diabetic Indians: study

Almonds may boost cardiovascular health in diabetic Indians: study

Including almonds in the diet may significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases in Indians with type 2 diabetes and improve their general h...

 Pleasure on My Plate

Pleasure on My Plate

Go ahead, make every meal a treat!Craving a cupcake or biryani? Watching videos on Facebook's many, many food channels? Anticipating the smell of fres...

 Two years of AAP govt: Model clinics give healthcare a new face in Delhi

Two years of AAP govt: Model clinics give healthcare a new face in Delhi

Over five months, 110 mohalla clinics have treated 8 lakh patients, as per the government data. The AAP government showcased this as a path breaking a...

Pasta eaters may have better diet quality: study

Pasta eaters may have better diet quality: study

Eating the traditional Italian cuisine may improve your overall diet quality as compared to those who do not consume pasta, a new study has claimed....

   Govt appoints Rahul Bojja to enquire into Niloufer Hospital incident

Govt appoints Rahul Bojja to enquire into Niloufer Hospital incident

Hyderabad: The State government on Tuesday has decided to appoint an IAS officer to conduct an independent enquiry into the deaths of five women, who ...

Common pain killer ineffective for back pain: study

Common pain killer ineffective for back pain: study

Commonly used pain killers, such as ibuprofen, provide little benefits against back ache and cause side effects such as stomach ulcers and bleeding,...

Health Ministry launches

Health Ministry launches 'Measles Rubella' vaccination campaign

Health Ministry yesterday launched Measles Rubella vaccination campaign in the country at a function in Bengaluru.The campaign against these two disea...

 Dont kill cold with pain killers! You are increasing the risk of heart attack

Dont kill cold with pain killers! You are increasing the risk of heart attack

Do you resort to pain killers when there’s an important meeting in office and you suddenly have a common cold? Well, here’s some bad news: researchers...

Grapes may protect you from Alzheimer

Grapes may protect you from Alzheimer's: study

Eating grapes daily may provide protection against Alzheimer's disease by preventing metabolic brain decline, as well as improving attention and memor...

   Universal screening for diabetes, hypertension and cancer

Universal screening for diabetes, hypertension and cancer

The Union Health Ministry has decided to implement universal screening for diabetes, hypertension and three types of cancer for everyone over 30 years...

New method to predict blood clot risk in heart patients

New method to predict blood clot risk in heart patients

Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have discovered a new method to predict people at risk of developing blood clots in the heart, by us...

Low glucose in brain may trigger Alzheimer

Low glucose in brain may trigger Alzheimer's disease: study

Glucose deprivation in the brain may trigger the onset of cognitive decline, especially memory impairment - the earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease,...

Litchis behind mysteriouis child deaths in Bihar: study

Litchis behind mysteriouis child deaths in Bihar: study

Eating litchi fruit may be behind the mysterious brain disease that has caused hundreds of unexplained deaths among children in recent years in Bihar,...

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