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Rise In Obesity Rates Due To Brain Pressure Disorder

A brain pressure disorder called idiopathic intracranial hypertension is on the rise, and the increase corresponds with rising obesity rates, a new study suggests. Idiopathic...

Prostate Cancer Can Be Detected By AI Through Urine

A novel Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technique may help in diagnosing prostate cancer from the urine within only twenty minutes with almost 100 percent accuracy,...

People Having Detectable Brown Fat May Less Likely Suffer Cardiac, Metabolic Diseases: Study

People with detectable brown fat are less likely to suffer cardiac and metabolic conditions ranging from Type-2 diabetes to coronary artery disease, a new...

Medicinal Cannabis-Based Trailokya Vijaya Vati For Menstrual Cramps

As per a study published in the 'British Medical Journal', menstrual pain, heavy bleeding, and low mood may be linked to nearly nine days...

Chatbot-Based AI Health Apps Can’t Replace a Doctor: Study

As millions of people turn to their mobile devices to talk to chatbot-based health apps, researchers have revealed that existing apps lack the functions...

Researchers Develop Neural System Paving the Way for Brain-Machine Interfaces

Chinese researchers have developed a neural signal analysis system with memristor arrays, paving the way for high-efficiency brain-machine interfaces. Brain-machine interfaces are promising tools for...

Researchers Find Potential New Drug Candidate Against Enterovirus

Some good news in the search for antiviral drugs for hard-to-treat diseases as researchers have identified a potential new drug candidate against enterovirus 71,...

Wear Eyeglasses to be at a Lower Risk of Contracting Covid-19

A small yet significant study from China has found that people who wear eyeglasses may be at a lower risk of contracting Covid-19 as...

Hospital Cleaners at Higher Risk of Covid-19 Compared to ICU Clinicians: Study

Contrary to expectations, hospital cleaners are at the higher risk of getting the Covid-19 infection, compared to intensive care unit (ICU) clinicians, say researchers. The...

3 Key Things You Should Know About Getting a Nursing Certificate

If you’re looking for a business degree that also allows you to pursue your passion for healthcare and helping others, you may have been...

Health Care Visits not Important Risk Factor for Contracting Covid-19

A US study of pregnant patients during the pandemic has found that in-person health care visits were not an important risk factor for contracting...

Let The World Move on, After Adding COVID 19 to List of Diseases

By N.S.Venkataraman From historical times, human beings have been surviving,  inspite of  several types of diseases  confronting them.  In such conditions, medical science to safeguard...

Can Probiotics Treat Acne? Find it Out Here

Researchers have found that probiotics may be an effective alternative to antibiotics to treat acne which are often caused due to chronic inflammation. Prebiotics are...

New Computer Model Can Screen Effects of Drugs on Cardiac Rhythm

Researchers have developed a computer model to screen drugs for unintended cardiac side effects, especially arrhythmia risk. This is a health news. Heart arrhythmia, also...

Homeopathy Can Help Fight Coronavirus: Experts

BY SFOORTI MISHRA It has been more than three months since Covid-19 pandemic broke out and the hunt for its medicine has been intensified across...

Credihealth Launches Dedicated Tele/Video Consultation Service

Credihealth, India’s first digital health gateway, announced its launch of a dedicated tele/ video consultation service with India’s leading hospitals. In the wake of...

Here’s a List of Essential Items You Should Have at Home

As the nation enters into a three-week lockdown and as per the central and the state governments' directives, essential items will be readily available....

WHO Announces Global Trial To Look At 4 Most Promising Drugs For Treating Novel Coronavirus

At a time when nearly 70 drugs and experimental cocktails are being examined to treat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the World Health Organisation (WHO)...

Vitamin D Helps Improve Bone Health After Fractures: Study

Older adults who are not vitamin D deficient have a better chance of walking after hip fracture surgery, say health and lifestyle researchers suggesting...

Painkiller Ibuprofen Has Negative Effects on The Liver: Researchers

Researchers, including one of an Indian-origin, have found that the popular painkiller ibuprofen may have more significant effects on the liver than previously thought. Ibuprofen...

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White House To Display The Moon Rock In Oval Office

NASA has loaned a Moon rock for display in the Oval Office of the White House at the request of the Joe Biden administration. The...

Analysis Shows Batterry Storage To Be Cheaper Than New Coal Power Plants

A new economic viability analysis on Friday revealed that renewable energy along with battery storage in Tamil Nadu is cost competitive with new coal...

Vegan kids may have low level of vitamin D

If your child is fully vegan, then there are chances that they may have a lower level of vitamin D, a new study suggests. The...