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Scientists discover new treatment for bone loss

New York: Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), Florida, have developed a method to manipulate a protein that could result in the development of...

MERS killed four in South Korea, cases rise to 126

Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) cases in South Korea have increased to 126 on Friday, authorities said. Four more people tested positive for the MERS...

Aspirin can restrict the growth of breast cancer, says Indian- origin researcher

New York: A study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found a daily dose of aspirin is effective at blocking breast tumour growth in laboratory...

Rising porn addiction in Indian youth worrying: Experts

While young adults across several western countries are sensing the ill-effects of excessive online porn, the sudden spurt in online access has also put...

Astrocytes help in keeping the brain healthy, reveals a study

New York: Scientists reported in a study that star-shaped brain cells appear to help in keeping blood pressure and blood flow inside the brain on...

Only these 7 pasta brands have been given green chit by FSSAI after Maggi mess

New Delhi: Instant noodles and pastas with taste-makers of only seven companies are allowed to be sold in India, the food safety watchdog said...

Over 95 per cent of world’s population have health issues: Lancet

Washington: In a shocking revelation, a major analysis of disease-burden worldwide has found that over 95 percent of the world's population has health problems...

India to lead global community on International Yoga Day

New Delhi: On International Yoga Day, around 35,000 to 40,000 people will lead the celebrations from Rajpath and will help the health enthusiasts from...

Diabetes would become a curable disease in the next few years, say researchers

Washington: Although the way diabetics test their glucose levels has gone through dramatic changes over the past 50 years, there is still a long way...

Julius Maggi: The architect of the instant noodle revolution

By NewsGram Staff Writer A popular favourite and an easy fix for the hunger pangs, Maggi 2-minute noodle was considered a boon by a multitude...

Union Government to hold yoga camps across the country

Shimla : The Union Government plans to hold 500 camps across the country from June 21 to study yoga's good effects on containing lifestyle diseases...

Low BP before surgery could be deadly

London:  Patients with low blood pressure before an operation are at an increased risk of death during or after the surgery than those with preoperative...

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