This may be something very new to many people. Reading slowly benefits brain, reduces stress Stress has become part of our life with many complaining to suffer from it. Many use different methods to cut stress. And from time to … Continue reading

This is another major impact of these very important medicines. Antidepressants alter brain architecture The impact of antidepressants on brain has been revealed. It is understood that a single dose of a popular class of psychiatric drug used for depression … Continue reading

CDC advises healthy adults to go for yearly flu vaccine. CDC says that in its absence everyone is a sitting duck. Yearly flu vaccine is important. And everyone over age six months is recommended to receive it. But that is … Continue reading

US aims to curb antibiotic resistance menace. 23000 lives are annually lost due to antibiotic resistance Antibiotic resistance is a nightmare that is increasingly looking like a reality. Researchers have warned time and again that antibiotic resistance may bring the … Continue reading

Are artificial sweeteners behind diabetes? A latest study suggests that this may be the main reason for increasing obesity. What makes us more vulnerable to obesity and Type 2 diabetes? This and other questions have been debated for long by … Continue reading

Urine-based HPV test an option instead of cervical cancer screening. It is also non-invasive Things are going to be simpler in the days to come as far as human papillomavirus (HPV) test is concerned. Now it will take nothing more … Continue reading

A latest study has concluded that American waistlines growing, obesity becoming BIGGEST KILLLER Obesity is a cause of concern for health officials. Many efforts and programmes have been launched in the US to create awareness about the bad impact the … Continue reading

Washington: Compared to men with no baldness in their 40s, men with a specific pattern of baldness at age 45 have a 40 percent increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer later in life, claims new research. “Our study found … Continue reading

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New York, Sep 16 (IANS) Soldiers deployed to regions having tropical and sunny climates face a threat that they cannot fight with weapons – the possibility of skin cancer. Studying about 200 US Army veterans, researchers from the Vanderbilt University’s … Continue reading

New York, Sep 16 (IANS) Intimate partner violence not only triggers psychological problems but may also lead towards developing physical symptoms like irritable bowel syndrome (IMC) and insomnia, warns new research led by an Indian-origin scientist. Vijay Singh, a clinical … Continue reading

Tokyo: A biomedical venture firm in Japan has developed a new test kit to diagnose dengue in short time, which is likely to help prevent further spread of dengue infection. The Chiba city-based Biomedical Research Institute Co.Ltd. Monday announced that … Continue reading

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Apple’s HealthKit to begin medical trials, may revolutionize healthcare. What is Apple’s HealthKit? Many people are not aware of it despite the fact that it has been doing the rounds for some time. Being under wraps it continues to create … Continue reading

You must have come across animal hunter and storm chaser and so on. But people hunting viruses are something new. And when we talk about such things the one name that comes to mind: 37-year-old Joseph Fair. This American is … Continue reading

This is going nowhere in a hurray as ebola outbreak 2014 map. It is going to be a long, lonely fight The outbreak of Ebola in three countries of West Africa is a cause of worry for scientists across the … Continue reading