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How Can You Avoid Liver Diseases while Drinking Alcohol?

Liver diseases and alcohol are connected. The liver is one of the most complex and the largest internal organ of the human body. It...

Nigeria Spends More than $1 Billion Per Annum to Medical Tourism, Say Authorities

Nigerian authorities say the country is losing more than $1 billion annually to medical tourism as tens of thousands of Nigerians travel abroad in...

Researchers found a new Drug to Reduce Alcohol Addiction in Teenagers

Researchers have found a new drug that may eventually help to reduce alcohol addiction in adults who used to binge during their adolescent...

Dinosaur-killing asteroid could hold the cure for cancer

London: A 10-km wide asteroid that wiped out dinosaurs when it crashed into earth over 65 million years ago contains a rare metal — iridium...

Test for Zika more than once during pregnancy: Study

New York, November 2,2017:  Women should be tested for the Zika virus more than once during pregnancy as the pathogen can be intermittently present in...

Teenaged mothers at high risk for heart diseases later

New York, November 2,2017: Women who became first-time mothers during their teenage years may be significantly more likely than older mothers to have greater...

Genetic analysis can benefit those at risk of hereditary cancer

Genomics and genetic analysis are the most effective ways to manage cancer, not only in India but also across the globe. Hereditary cancers are seen...

Nov 1 is World Vegan Day: In praise of veganism, From fad to growing food habit

NOvember 1,2017:  Veganism as a concept comes from a sense of responsibility towards animals and animal products and towards the need for a healthier lifestyle....

Benefits of spicy food: Reduces risk of heart attack, BP & stroke, New Research Suggests.

Beijing, October31'2017: If you enjoy eating spicy Chinese food, there are greater chances that you would crave less for salt and have lower blood...

High thyroid hormone levels may up heart disease in elderly

November1'2017:  Older adults with higher levels of a thyroid hormone may be at an increased risk of artery disease and consequent death, according to...

Childhood adversities may up health issues

New York, Oct 31: Young children who face adverse problems such as death of a parent, growing up in poverty, physical or sexual abuse,...

Fish during pregnancy may protect baby from asthma

New York, Oct 3: Women who consume fish during pregnancy are just as likley to protect their offspring from developing asthma as those who consume...

This drink may help ward off Alzheimer’s Disease: Scientist

New York, October 31'2017: Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a nutrient mix drink that has shown potential to slow...

Daily aspirin use may cut digestive cancer risk | Health News

Hong Kong, October'31: Individuals who regularly use pain reliever aspirin are likely to experience a significant reduction in digestive cancer risk, finds a study involving over...

Infertility in women could indicate higher risk of early death

Infertile women have 10 per cent higher chance of dying prematurely than those able to conceive and are 45 per cent more likely to...

Anti-dengue Antibody Drug May Neutralize Zika Virus

Washington, Sep 26: An anti-dengue antibody-based drug could potentially protect a mother and her foetus from the deadly Zika virus as well, suggests new...

World Aids Day : World Health Organization (WHO) Issues New Guidelines on HIV Self-Testing

December 1, 2016: For nearly three decades every December 1 is observed as World Aids Day. AIDS has killed 35 million people since the...

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