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The outbreak of Leptospirosis with monsoon: Symptoms and precautions

  Dr. J.K. Bhutani Come monsoons and the outbreaks of Leptospirosis, a zoonotic disease are reported from coastal districts Maharashtra. Leptospirosis is primarily a contagious disease of...

Modern technology bad for brain: Phone notifications kill concentration says study

New York: Mobile phone notifications can ruin your focus even if you do not actually pick up the phone to respond to them, a study...

Strong family relationships reduce anxiety in children: Study

London: Strong relationships with other family members can help raise self-esteem and reduce anxiety in young children at homes where parental domestic violence exists, says...

Mothers to lead by example for their daughters

Sydney: Dear mom's, please note! Always practice what you preach as for your daughter, you are the best role model in her life. Mothers are the...

SCA cease heart beats of 300,000 people each year globally

New Delhi:Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) claims over three lakh lives every year, including those of 7,000 children, health experts said here on Saturday. They stated...

Genetic differences lead to failure of anti-HIV drug

Washington, Genetic variations and not complying with treatment regimens may account for some failures of an anti-HIV drug to treat and prevent the infection. The...

80 million diabetic in India by 2025: WHO report

Sydney: Compared to those in the developed world, middle classes in India and other developing countries are more susceptible to Type-2 diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular...

Obamacare: Lessons Indian healthcare can imbibe

By Dr. J.K. Bhutani The healthcare system of any country, be it US or India essentially has three key players, viz. Providers, Payers and the...

Drinking coffee doesn’t trigger diabetes, obesity

London, Maintain your love with coffee as it does not put you at the risk of developing obesity or diabetes, a gene-based study has...

New method to develop more efficient drugs

London, July 10  Scientists have developed a new approach to develop highly-potent drugs which could overcome current shortcomings of low drug efficacy and multi-drug...

New drug compound may reduce HIV potency

Researchers have discovered that supplementing existing antiretroviral therapy with a natural compound can reduce the potency of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), thereby halting...

Stuff of death: Why fast foods should be avoided?

  By Nithin Sridhar People across the world are rapidly moving away from the consumption of traditional food items and are moving towards fast food. Fast foods are...

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