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Covid-19 Disrupts Therapy for Hemophilia Patients

The medical infrastructure has shifted quickly towards managing Covid-19 patients, resulting in less emphasis on non-covid patients such as Hemophilia patients. The low disease...

Native Indian Games a Promising Remedial Technique for Teaching Special Children

By Siddhi Jain  In a new approach to developing everyday skills into children with special needs, for instance, children with dyslexia, the Madras Dyslexia Association...

Past Life Regression: Everything You Need To Know

By Kuhoo Gupta Past life regression puts forward (an idea or theory) for consideration of a previous lifetime. The phenomenon tends to take a deep...

A Therapy to Combat Secondary Infections in Covid-19 Patients

Photodynamic therapy can be an efficient ally to combat secondary infections in Covid-19 patients, according to a new study. The use of this technique combines...

COVID-19 May Increase Risk of Blood Clots in Pregnant Women: Researchers

In a fight against the novel coronavirus, researchers have revealed that COVID-19 may increase the risk of Blood clots in women who are pregnant...

Therapy Dogs May Help Lower Stress of Doctors, Says Study

Interacting with a therapy dog for couple of minutes may help lower stress in physicians and nurses working in emergency departments, say researchers. A therapy...

Effects of Quarantine on Mental Health and Relationships

With all the havoc it's wreaking across the globe, the coronavirus outbreak is naturally having an impact on couples and their relationships. Family therapists...

Sound-Based Therapy Tips for Mental Wellbeing

How are you handling your daily routine while in lockdown? Is the anxiety of the situation overwhelming? What steps can you take to help...

New AI Algorithms Can Predict Drug Response Lung Cancer

Researchers have used Artificial Intelligence (AI) to train algorithms and predict tumour sensitivity in three advanced non-small cell lung cancer therapies which can help...

“Listening To Music 30 Minutes a Day May Be Good For Your Heart”, Say Researchers

Listening to music for 30 minutes every day can be good for your heart as researchers have found that patients who suffered episodes of...

Natural Yogurt Consumption May Lower Breast Cancer Risk: Study

Eating natural yogurt daily may lesson breast cancer risk owing to lactose fermenting bacteria which reduces inflammation triggered by harmful bacteria, say researchers. Yoghurt contains...

Listening to Music Helps Stroke Patients Recover Faster: Study

Researchers have found that listening to music helps stroke patients recover by stimulating their brain and lifting their mood. This is a health and...

Reflux Drug Can Be a Promising Therapy To Curb Preterm Birth: Study

Researchers have found that Lansoprazole, an over-the-counter acid reflux drug that is often taken by pregnant women, may be a promising therapy to reduce...

Blue Light Exposure Therapy may Heal Traumatic Brain Injury: Study

Early morning blue light exposure therapy can aid the healing process of people impact by mild traumatic brain injury, according to new research. "Daily exposure...

This New Method Can Improve The Development of New Medicines

A new mathematical framework on molecular interactions will make it easier and more efficient for scientists to develop new medicines and other therapies for...

Small Plants on Desk Can Help to Reduce Stress: Study

People who often feel stressed in office, please take note. Researchers have found that small plants situated within easy viewing at your workplace linked...

Researchers To Develop Vaccine for Treating Alzheimer’s Disease

A preventive treatment for Dementia Disease may proceed to clinical trials after successful animal testing, say researchers. The research is looking to develop effective immunotherapy...

Exposure to Heat, Extract From Plant Can Kill Cancer Cells: Study

 Extract from a medicinal plant Anthocephalus Cadamba in combination with a dye exposed to near infra-red light can selectively kill cancer cells, found a...

Mindfulness can Reduce Opioid Cravings, Study Says

People suffering from opioid addiction and chronic pain might have fewer cravings and less pain if they use both mindfulness techniques and medication for...

India: Takeda Launches Enzyme Replacement Therapy for ‘Lysosomal Storage Disorders’ (LSD)

Expanding its portfolio of rare disease therapies in India, global bio-pharmaceutical company Takeda on Monday announced launch of the enzyme replacement therapy for 'lysosomal...

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