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Increased Risks of Death in Patients With Fatty Liver Disease

In a major study, researchers have found an increased risk of death in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and advanced fibrosis or...

Chronic Jet Lag Makes Tumor Cells More Favorable

Chronic jet lag alters the microenvironment surrounding tumor cells, making it more favorable for tumor growth, and also hinders the body's natural immune defenses,...

Droughts are Drying The Global Wetlands, says Study

In a major study, researchers have shown how droughts are threatening the health of wetlands globally. Published in the journal Earth-Science Reviews, the study highlights...

Global Warming Affecting Nights More than Days: Research

Global warming is affecting daytime and night-time temperatures differently - and greater night-time warming is more common than greater daytime warming worldwide, shows new...

Is Coronavirus Moveable More Than 6 Feet In Air?

Can the new coronavirus move more than 6 feet through the air? Research indicates it can, but it's not clear how much of the...

Delirium Can Be Warning Sign of Covid-19 in the Aged: Study

In a major study, researchers have found that delirium -- a state of acute confusion associated with a higher risk of serious illness and...

Students Use Mobile Phones Excessively in Lockdown: Study

Parents and children are spending more time on various screens at home which is seriously affecting their health and now a new study reveals...

Cooked Carrots Can Trigger Allergic Reactions in Many People: Researchers

The consumption of raw carrots triggers allergic reactions in many people. Contrary to popular belief, cooked carrots can also have this effect, warn researchers. "The...

This Preexisting Drug Can Provide Solution to Covid-19

Using state-of-the-art computer simulations, the researchers have identified a preexisting drug that could fast-track a solution to this worldwide Covid-19 pandemic. For the study, published...

Small Town Women at Higher Risk of Violence from Partner: Study

Despite common perceptions that big cities have more violence, women living in small towns are most at risk of violence from a current or...

People Who Experience Dizziness on Standing Up May be at Higher Risk of Dementia

Researchers have found that people who feel dizzy or lightheaded when they stand up may have an increased risk of developing dementia. The condition, called...

PETA Urges Health Ministry to Stop Capture, Use of Monkeys

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have sent letters, co-signed by an expert primatologist, calling on the Ministry of Health and...

Coronavirus Doesn’t Directly Targets Taste Buds Cells in Patients: Study

Contrary to the previous findings, which stated that the novel coronavirus directly targets taste buds cells in Covid-19 patients, a new study has now...

Here’s How Psyche Can Affect Skin Health

The skin and the mind are intricately related. The story is more complex than the proverbial appearance of "dark circles under the eyes" if...

Research Shows Pandemic Leads to Higher Depression, Anxiety

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that the Covid-19 pandemic is causing higher levels of depression, anxiety, suicidal tendencies, and psychological...

Children Can Spread Covid-19 As Much Adults : Research

Contrary to the previous findings which stressed that children are not a major source of Covid-19 transmission, a new study has now claimed that...

A Third of Millennials Think They’re Boring To Be A Cybercrime Victim

A third of millennials (37 percent) think they're too mundane to be the victim of cybercrime, a new study revealed on Thursday. The study, conducted...

Here’s If It’s Possible To Get Coronavirus Twice

Is it possible to get the coronavirus more than once? Scientists don't know for sure yet, but they believe it's unlikely. Health experts think people who...

Breast Cancer Rapidly Rises Around The World

In a study conducted in 41 countries, the researchers have revealed that breast cancer rates among women are on the rise globally. The research, published...

Homemade Cloth Masks Likely To Need Extra Padding

Home-made cloth face masks likely need a minimum of two layers, and preferably three, to prevent the dispersal of viral droplets from the nose...

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Kapil Dev Suffers Heart Attack, Undergoes Angioplasty Successfully

India's first World Cup-winning cricket captain Kapil Dev has undergone a successful angioplasty at a south Delhi hospital, a senior doctor confirmed on Friday. The...

Increase In Amount Of Sleep After Trauma Experience Could Ease Illness

Increasing the amount of time spent in sleep immediately after a traumatic experience may ease any negative consequences, say, researchers. Published in the journal Scientific...

Oppo Entered Wearable Segment By Launching A Smartwatch

Smartphone brand OPPO has finally entered the wearable segment with a smartwatch that aims to woo Indian consumers on Android who are looking forward...

Intel’s Revenue Goes Down By 4 Percent In Q3

Intel's fiscal third-quarter revenue reached $18.3 billion, down 4 percent year-over-year as its data-centric revenue declined 10 percent while PC-centric revenue was better than...