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commoncoldmedicinemaystopcancerspread:study

Common cold medicine may stop cancer spread: study

A low-cost drug used for treating colds can prevent bladder cancer from spreading, as well as reduce resistance to anticancer drugs, a new study has f...

highstressjobsmaytoleadtoearlygrave:study

High-stress jobs may to lead to early grave:study

People in high-stress jobs with little control over their workflow are likely to die younger than those who have more flexibility in their jobs, a new...

personalisedtreatmentiswayforwardforcancercure:experts

Personalised treatment is way forward for cancer cure:experts

Personalised and "evidence-based" treatment rather than a generic approach is the "way forward" for cancer cure across the world, including in India, ...

highcholesterolcancauseboneloss:study

High Cholesterol Can Cause Bone Loss: Study

High Cholesterol Can Cause Bone Loss: StudyHealth | Indo-Asian News Service | Updated: October 16, 2016 12:13 ISTEMAILPRINTCOMMENTSHigh Cholesterol Ca...

arthritiscantriggerheartattack:aiimsdoctor

Arthritis can trigger heart attack: AIIMS doctor

People should not take arthritis- related ailments lightly as in some cases it can even lead to medical emergency situations like a heart attack or pu...

obesityandarthritisarelinked:medicalexperts

Obesity and Arthritis are linked: Medical Experts

Various studies have linked rising cases of arthritis with obesity which occurs due to poor lifestyle, food habits and lack of physical exercise, acco...

calciumsupplementsmaydamageyourheart:study

Calcium supplements may damage your heart: study

Taking calcium in the form of supplements may raise the risk of plaque buildup in arteries and heart damage, although a diet high in calcium-rich food...

itsamiracle!boy13withhisheadhangingata180degreeanglecanfinallyseetheworldtherightwayupafterlifechangingsurgeryinindia

'It's a miracle!' Boy, 13, with his head hanging at a 180-degree angle can finally see the world the right way up after life-changing surgery in India

Mahendra Ahirwar has a rare condition that made his head hang at a 180-degree angleTeenager's crocked neck meant he had to sit, he couldn't stand and ...

20minutesofcyclingcankeepheartdiseasesatbay

20 minutes of cycling can keep heart diseases at bay

A study conducted by the Purdue University concluded that regular cycling can cut your risk of heart disease by a whopping 50 per cent. Similarly, the...

forphysiciansmouthisawindowintorestofthebody

For physicians, mouth is a window into rest of the body

Open your mouth wide, please," is a request most senior physicians make of their patients.By looking at the teeth, tongue and gums, a doctor can get v...

10waystoimprovedepressionandanxietywithoutmeds

10 Ways to improve depression and anxiety without Meds

As a psychiatrist trained in psychopharmacology, it would be easy for me to rely exclusively on psychiatric medications as the be-all, end-all treatme...

sleepparalysisaterrifyingreality

Sleep Paralysis, a Terrifying Reality

Imagine you wake up and see some sort of monster running toward you and you're so frightened that you can't even move.That is a very real problem. The...

boysbornthroughivfhavelowspermcounts:study

Boys born through IVF have low sperm counts:study

Baby boys conceived through a common type of IVF treatment have lower sperm quantity and quality than men who were spontaneously conceived, suggests n...

newmethodtoaccuratelymeasurebloodsugarindiabetics

New method to accurately measure blood sugar in diabetics

Scientists have created a new way to accurately measure blood sugar fluctuations in people with diabetes, reducing error rate by half of the currently...

superbugshinderkidneyinfectiontreatment:study

'Superbugs' hinder kidney infection treatment: study

Increase in antibiotic-resistant bacteria or 'superbugs' is making it more difficult to treat a common but severe kidney infection, a new study has fo...

newresearchidentifiesgeneresponsibleforhumanbraindevelopment

New research identifies gene responsible for human brain development

The UK scientists have in a recent study identified a number of new links between genes and brain size, opening up a whole new avenue of research to b...

nowtestglucosewithcontactlens

Now, Test glucose with contact lens

Scientists have developed a new technology that could allow non-invasive testing for glucose via a contact lens that samples its levels in tears. Bloo...

hightestosteronelevelsmayaffectbehaviourinmen:study

High testosterone levels may affect behaviour in men: study

Increased levels of male hormone testosterone can cause men to engage in both social and antisocial behaviours, a new study has found.Modern society h...

firstartificialpancreasapprovedinus

First 'artificial pancreas' approved in US

The first automated insulin delivery device - dubbed as artificial pancreas - that can monitor blood sugar levels and regularly administer insulin has...

japanesescientistyoshinoriohsumiwonnobelprizeformedicalresearchoncells

Japanese scientist Yoshinori Ohsumi won Nobel Prize for medical research on cells

The first of this year's Nobel Prizes has been revealed, kicking off with the award for Physiology or Medicine.Biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi, o...

additionalantibioticcanreducecsectioninfection:study

Additional antibiotic can reduce C-section infection: study

Women who have cesarean delivery can reduce infection rates by administering additional antibiotic azithromycin, finds a study conducted by an Indian ...

newuniversalfluvaccinetopreventglobalpandemics

New universal flu vaccine to prevent global pandemics

Scientists have designed a new generation of universal flu vaccines that protects against majority of the known viral strains and help prevent future ...

breastfeedingmayprotectmomsfromheartcancerdisease:study

Breastfeeding may protect moms from heart, cancer disease: study

Breastfeeding may not only be beneficial for babies, but also for their mothers - protecting them from premature death and serious diseases such as ca...

happyspousecouldbegoodforyourhealth:study

Happy spouse could be good for your health: study

Having a happy spouse may be related to better health, at least among middle-aged and older adults, according to a new study.In the study of 1,981 mid...

ambulancesmayposebacterialinfectionrisk:study

Ambulances may pose bacterial infection risk:study

Ambulances can be a source of disease-causing microorganisms that can be transmitted to patients or healthcare personnel, a new study has found.Resear...

fishoilboostsbrainfunctioning:study

Fish oil boosts brain functioning: study

Fish oil which contains Omega-3 fatty acids helps to boost brain functions and acts as an anti-inflammatory within the body — helping athletes and sol...

tattootherapymayhelptreatmultiplesclerosis:study

Tattoo therapy may help treat multiple sclerosis:study

A temporary tattoo containing antioxidant nanoparticles may help treat autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis in the future, according to a ...

quitsmokingnowifyouwantyourfuturekidstosurviveandhaveagoodhealth

Quit Smoking Now If You Want Your Future Kids To Survive And Have A Good Health

You don’t want your generations to be born with some sort of defects and health issues, do you? According to a new study smoking can damage DNA i...

obeseleanchildrenhavedifferentgutbacteria:study

Obese, lean children have different gut bacteria:study

Obese children have a different population of bacteria living in their digestive tracts compared with lean children, according to a new study that m...

lonelinessmaybeinyourgenes:study

Loneliness may be in your genes:study

Feeling lonely? Blame it on your genes, say scientists who have found that loneliness - a trait linked to poor health and early death - is partially h...

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