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Obesity Linked To Greater Menstrual Blood Loss And Inflammation In The Womb

Ladies here is one more reason to reduce your body weight. Obesity is linked to greater menstrual blood loss, which may result from increased...

Post-COVID World Requires Equitable Healthcare access: World Health Organization

The World Health Organization is launching a campaign to build a fairer, healthier post-pandemic world by tackling poverty and Inequities of healthcare coverage. In...

Lifestyle Changes Are Necessary To Control Obesity And Allergies

Experts of Ayurvedic, Unani and modern medicines said lifestyle changes were necessary to control obesity and allergies. They were deliberating upon how to combat...

Specially Formulated Nutrition To Improve Quality Of Life In HIV Patients

Malnutrition and HIV/AIDs are known to complement each other. Malnutrition compromises the immune system and reduces the capacity of the body to fight HIV...

Drugs For US Older Adults Linked To Falling Risks

The percentage of adults, 65 and older, who were prescribed a 'fall- risk-increasing drug climbed to 94 percent in 2017, a significant leap from...

Study: Cancer Cells May Evade Chemotherapy

Cancer cells can dodge chemotherapy by entering a state that bears similarity to certain kinds of senescence, a type of "active hibernation" that enables...

The Manifold Benefits Of Early Detection Of Cancer

The importance of early health screening in cancer is twofold, as detecting cancer in the initial stages for better treatment outcomes, and screening is...

Consuming Two Servings Of Oily Fish Per Week Can Help Prevent CVD

Consuming two servings of oily fish per week can help prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) in high-risk individuals, such as those who already have heart...

Retinal Implants Can Give Artificial Vision To Blind

Researchers are developing a retinal implant that works with camera-equipped smart glasses and a microcomputer that may help blind people in getting an artificial...

Study: Smoking Cessation Drug Cytisine May Help Treat Parkinson’s Disease

A smoking cessation drug -- cytisine -- may help treat Parkinson's disease or stop its progression in women, say, researchers, including an Indian-origin. The...

Increased Level Of Protein OAS1 Linked To Reduce Mortality And Diseases

Researchers have discovered that increased levels of the protein OAS1 are associated with reduced mortality and less severe disease requiring ventilation among patients with...

Why You Should Regularly See A Doctor?

By Jay Stone Going to see a doctor regularly should be seen as an investment in your health - an important investment at that. This...

Some Tips To Keep In Mind While Prepping Your Hair For A Special Occasion

Preparing hair for a great look is challenging. In all the excitement of looking your best, one loses grasp of reality and tends to...

Genes Involved In Autoimmune Addison’s Disease Discovered

Researchers have discovered the genes involved in autoimmune Addison's disease -- a condition where the body's immune systems destroy the adrenal cortex leading to...

New Discovery May Help In Improved Treatments For Diabetes

Researchers have uncovered the barrier to beta cell regeneration that could pave the way for improved treatments for diabetes and diseases that involve organ...

Long-Term Stress May Lead To An Increased Risk Of A Heart Attack

Taking stress maybe not be good for your heart as a new study suggests that long-term stress may lead to an increased risk of...

Astrazeneca’s Dapagliflozin Drug To Treat Patients Of Chronic Kidney Disease

Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca India on Monday announced that it has received marketing authorisation for its anti-diabetic drug -- dapagliflozin -- in India for the...

Study: No Benefit From Arthritis Drug For Covid19 Patients

Contrary to a few studies that earlier suggested benefits from an arthritis drug for patients with severe or critical Covid-19 infection, a new study...

Abnormal Hyper Activation Is An Early Biomarker Of Alzheimer Disease

Abnormal hyper activation in the brain could be an early biomarker of Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests. The study indicates that hyperactivation in...

Bursting The Myths About Tresses Coloring

People change the color of their tresses quite often. Hair color has the power to alter your personality and make you feel like a...

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Older Adults More Willing To Help Others As Compared To Younger Adults

New research has found that older adults are more willing to make an effort to help others as compared to younger adults. According to...

Explore The Heritage Of Punjab Through The Lens Of Documentary ‘The Bathinda Fort’

With a view to inspire the younger generation about the glorious historical and cultural heritage of Punjab, senior Advisor to Chief Minister Lt Gen...

Know About The Six Nepali Women Creating A Record Feat

Six Nepali women have reached the top of Mt. Annapurna creating a record feat on the 8,091-metre tall peak, the Himalayan nation's Department of...

Study: Covid19 Likely Not To Effect The Brain Directly

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, likely does not directly infect the brain but can still inflict significant neurological damage, a new study suggests....