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girlsmayinheritovariancancergenefromfathers

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 ...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

runningmayhelpdealwithstress: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...

sweeteneddrinksmaylowerchancesofpregnancy: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 ...

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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 ...

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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...

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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...

bloodsodiumlevelsmayaffectcognitioninolderpeople: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...

scientistsfindanewdrugtoreversealcoholsdamagingeffectsonbrain

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 ...

ebolaviruscaninfecthumanreproductiveorgans: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...

newbloodtesttoidentifypeopleatriskofheartdisease: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...

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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...

acneincreaseriskofmajordepressionwithinfiveyears:study

Acne increase risk of major depression within five years: Study

People diagnosed with acne may be at a significantly increased risk of developing major depression within five years, according to scientists who anal...

worldsbiggestinsulinmakerswanttotransformthediabetesmarketwithnewpill

World's biggest insulin makers want to transform the diabetes market with new pill

LONDON: After nearly a century building a company worth $125 billion based on injectable drugs, Denmark's Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) - the world's bigges...

scientistsdevelopatwominutequestionnairetodetectautism

Scientists develop a two-minute questionnaire to detect autism

Washington: Scientists have developed a two-minute questionnaire for parents that could help doctors detect autism in toddlers, at a time when interve...

diabeticstwiceaslikelytodevelopcataract:study

Diabetics twice as likely to develop cataract:Study

Diabetes doubles the chance of developing cataract, with the relative risk highest in those aged between 45 and 54, according to a study.Researchers a...

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Eating grapes wards off depression

Including grapes in your diet may have a positive impact on your mental health as researchers have found that certain grape-derived compounds might be...

crashdietsmayharmheartsabilitytopumpblood:study

Crash diets may harm heart's ability to pump blood: study

Crash diets - that involve drastically cutting calorie consumption for a few weeks - may harm heart function and reduce the organ's ability to pump bl...

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High levels of cellphone radiation linked to tumors in male rats

WASHINGTON: Male rats exposed to very high levels of the kind of radiation emitted by cellphones developed tumors in the tissues around their hea...

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Scientists develop first blood test to detect Alzheimer's

Australian scientists in collaboration with researchers from Japan on Thursday announced the world's first accurate blood test for Alzheimer's disease...

mothersintheir40satriskofpretermbirth:study

Mothers in their 40s at risk of Preterm birth: study

Pregnant women at the age of 40 and above are at an increased risk of delivering preterm babies, a study warns.Maternal age at pregnancy has been incr...

migrainepatientsatincreasedriskofcardiovasculardiseases

Migraine patients at increased risk of cardiovascular diseases

London : People who suffer from migraine may be at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases including heart attacks, stroke, blood clot...

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Full-fat milk may be better for your heart than skimmed, new study finds

A team of researchers have discovered full-fat milk may be better for the heart than skimmed milk, the Daily Mail reported.Denmark's University of Cop...

vitamind3maypreventheartdamage:study

Vitamin D3 may prevent heart damage: study

Vitamin D3 - produced in the body naturally when exposed to sunlight - may significantly restore damage to the cardiovascular system, a study claims.R...

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Traumatic brain injury linked to dementia risk even after 30 years

People who suffer a traumatic brain injury – occurring when an external force injures the brain – may be at increased risk of developing dementia even...

diabeteshighbloodpressurerateshighinindia:study

Diabetes, high blood pressure rates high in India: study

India is facing significantly higher rates of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to the first nationally representative study of these "major...

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