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usingantibioticscanleadtomentalconfusion

Using antibiotics can lead to mental confusion

The US researchers have found that antibiotics a powerful drug that fights bacterial infection may be linked to a serious disruption in brain function...

redmeatmayincreaseheartfailurerisk:study

Red meat may increase heart failure risk: study

A compound found in red meat may be associated with an increased risk of acute heart failure, a new study suggests.Patients with acute heart failure o...

newsuperinfectedmosquitoesmayhelpfightzika

New 'super-infected' mosquitoes may help fight Zika

Scientists have created a new strain of 'super-infected' mosquitoes that could potentially help fight dengue fever and the Zika virus.Researchers crea...

drinkingmorecoffeehelptoreduceliverdamage:study

Drinking more coffee help to reduce liver damage: study

Drinking more coffee might help reduce the kind of liver damage that’s associated with overindulging in food and alcohol, a review of existing studies...

lossofsleepduringadolescenceleadtodiabetes

Loss of sleep during adolescence lead to diabetes

Doctors have cautioned parents of adolescents to ensure that their wards get ample sleep as a recent study says that loss of sleep during adolescence ...

halfofworldspopulationtobemyopicby2050:study

Half of world's population to be myopic by 2050: study

Half the world's population - nearly five billion - will be short-sighted or myopic by 2050, with up to one-fifth of them at a significantly increased...

autoantibodiescandetectlungcancerearly

Autoantibodies can detect lung cancer early

Researchers have identified autoantibodies – immune proteins found in the blood that fight one’s own proteins – that can potentially detect lung cance...

whoseeks$56milliontofightzikaoutbreak

WHO seeks $56 million to fight Zika outbreak

World Health Organization is appealing for 56 million dollars to fund a Global Action Plan to combat the Zika virus, which is spreading across Latin A...

greenteacanhelptocurerheumatoidarthritis

Green tea can help to cure Rheumatoid Arthritis

Good news for all green tea lovers, a new study has found that green tea can help curing debilitating autoimmune disorder rheumatoid arthritis. R...

antigensthatmaytriggerdiabetesidentified

Antigens that may trigger diabetes identified

Scientists have identified a new class of antigens that may be a contributing factor to type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is the autoimmune form of dia...

nanotechnologytodetectadvancecancer

Nanotechnology to detect advance cancer

A finger prick test for cancer may soon be possible as researchers have developed a new technology to detect disease biomarkers in the form of nucleic...

aneggadaydoesnotincreaseheartattackrisk:study

An egg a day does not increase heart attack risk: study

A high-cholesterol diet or frequent consumption of eggs does not increase the risk of heart diseases, even in people who are genetically predisposed...

fishoilbaseddietmayhelptocontrolalzheimers:study

Fish oil based diet may help to control Alzheimer's : study

A diet rich in fish oil may help slow down progression and relieve symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, a new study on mice has claimed.Alzheimer's diseas...

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...

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