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alcoholallowsbacteriatoinfiltrateintoliver:study

Alcohol allows bacteria to infiltrate into liver: study

Alcohol allows gut bacteria to migrate to the liver, promoting alcohol—induced liver disease, a new study has warned.Researchers from University of Ca...

zikamaycauseeyeabnormalitiesininfants

Zika may cause eye abnormalities in infants

Vision-threatening eye abnormalities in infants in Brazil with microcephaly - a birth defect characterised by an abnormally small head -- may be assoc...

eatbarleytobeatdiabetes:study

Eat barley to beat diabetes: study

Here’s good news for all of you who have a family history of diabetes. A recent study reveals that barley can rapidly improve your health by reducing ...

australianscientistsdevelopbionicspineforparalysedpatients

Australian scientists develop bionic spine for paralysed patients

Australian scientists have developed a revolutionary "bionic spine" which they believe will enable paralysed patients to walk again, the media reporte...

eatingfishduringpregnancymayimproveoffspringsiq:study

Eating fish during pregnancy may improve offspring's IQ: study

Moms-to-be, take note! Eating fish every week during pregnancy may improve your offspring's IQ and decrease their risk of developing some of the early...

onlinetherapymayhelppeoplewithmentaldisorder

Online therapy may help people with mental disorder

An internet based therapy may help people affected by a common anxiety disorder which could lead to hospitalisation, substance dependence and even sui...

hallucinogenscanprotectagainstdomesticviolence:study

Hallucinogens can protect against domestic violence: study

Drugs that cause hallucinations such as LSD may have therapeutic potential for reducing intimate partner violence, a new study has claimed.The study l...

everyhourofsittingcouldincreasediabetesrisk:study

Every hour of sitting could increase diabetes risk: study

Every extra hour a day spent sitting could increase the risk of developing diabetes by about a fifth, new study has warned.The study by Julianne van d...

zikavirusinfectedpregnantwomanreportedinspain

Zika virus infected pregnant woman reported in Spain

Spain said on Thursday that a pregnant woman who had returned from Colombia had been diagnosed with the Zika virus, in the first such known European c...

brainareasthatcontrolhowwewritewordsdecoded

Brain areas that control how we write words decoded

By studying stroke victims who have lost the ability to spell, researchers have pinpointed the parts of the brain that control how we write words, she...

excercisemayhelpyoutosurviveheartattack:study

Excercise may help you to survive heart attack: study

People who exercise are more likely to survive their first heart attack, according to a new study that suggests low fitness may pose a risk of death f...

mercuryinseafoodnotharmful:study

Mercury in seafood not harmful: study

Eating seafood may lead to higher levels of mercury in the brain, but a study out today found that increased mercury does not appear to raise the risk...

healthylifestylemayreducetherisksindiabetics:study

Healthy lifestyle may reduce the risks in diabetics: study

Just two months of healthy living classes can significantly reduce the risk of common diabetes complications, including cardiovascular disease, stro...

bloodpressuredrugmaytreatalzeimersdisease

Blood pressure drug may treat Alzeimer's disease

A drug used to treat high blood pressure has been found to reduce cell damage often linked to Alzheimer's disease, reports a new study. The researcher...

zikavirusaffectspregnantwomenincolumbia

Zika virus affects pregnant women in Columbia

The Colombian national health institute has revealed that more than 2,100 pregnant women in the country have been infected with the mosquito borne Zik...

waragainstzikavirusindiareadytowin

War against Zika virus India ready to win

Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, JP Nadda, on Friday held a meeting with senior officials from the Health Ministry and All India Instit...

whykidsdevelopfoodallergies

Why kids develop food allergies

Consumption of a normal diet stimulates cells in the gut that suppress rejection of food by the immune system, scientists have found, explaining why s...

sleeplessnightsputwomenatdiabetesrisk

Sleepless nights put women at diabetes risk

Ladies, you may want to start getting a good night's sleep as a new study suggests that the worse you sleep, the higher is your type 2 diabetes risk.H...

neuroticismlikelytodevelopanxietydepressiondisorders:study

Neuroticism likely to develop anxiety, depression disorders: study

Young people who are high on the personality trait of neuroticism are more likely to develop both anxiety and depression disorders, researchers includ...

earlypubertylinkedtodiabetesinwomen

Early puberty linked to diabetes in women

Women who began having menstrual cycles at a younger age are at a greater risk of developing gestational diabetes that can cause babies to develop Typ...

fruitsveggiescankeepthekilosatbay

Fruits, Veggies can keep the kilos at bay

A recent study has revealed that flavonoid-rich fruits and vegetables can keep the extra kilos at bay. The study examined the association between the ...

breastmilkcanhelptakedownsuperbugs

Breast milk can help take down superbugs

A new study has revealed that a protein found in breast milk could help destroy the antibiotic-resistant superbugs.The research, carried out by the Na...

womansheartattacksymptomsdifferfromaman:study

Woman's heart attack symptoms differ from a man: study

A new study has found that a woman's heart attack may have different underlying causes, symptoms and outcomes as compared to men.Researchers from the ...

teenagersbeingaffectedbychronicfatiguesyndrome:study

Teenagers being affected by chronic fatigue syndrome: study

Teenagers as young as 16 are experiencing chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), say researchers, adding that it shows that the condition is much more comm...

geneticdisordersaffectnervoussystemproblems

Genetic disorders affect nervous system problems

There are 60 genetic disorders that affect skin and nervous system in humans, researchers report. One of the most common genetic disorders is called n...

oralsexcangiveyouneckandheadcancer

Oral sex can give you neck and head cancer

You may want to rethink before playing the body trumpet as a new study has revealed that oral sex can raise the risk for head and neck cancer by seven...

nighttextingaffectsteenssleep:study

Night texting affects teens' sleep: study

Parents, take note! Night-time texting habits of teenagers may be to blame for their falling grades and increased yawning in school, a new study has f...

anxietyandstressmayleadtodementia

Anxiety and stress may lead to dementia

People need to find ways to reduce chronic stress and anxiety in their lives or they may be at an increased risk for developing depression and even ...

brainsmemorycapacity10timesmorethanthought:study

Brain's memory capacity 10 times more than thought: study

Our brain may have a memory capacity 10 times larger than previously thought and can store a petabyte of information - as much as the entire Web, a ...

textreminderscanhelpreducebloodpressure:study

Text reminders can help reduce blood pressure: study

Text message reminders can help reduce people's blood pressure by encouraging patients to collect and take their medication and educate them about h...

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