Category: Lifestyle

New llama-based antibody shows promise against flu

New York: Researchers have generated a new llama-based anti-flu antibody that demonstrates long-lasting and universal protection from a wide variety…

Blood vessel cell changes could help early detection of blocked arteries

Washington: According to a new study, it may be possible to detect early signs of atherosclerosis, which leads to blocked…

This drink makes deadly brain tumour cells glow, aids surgery

London: A drink containing a compound that makes tumour cells glow has helped surgeons in Britain to spot and safely…

Genes tied to obesity may shield you against diabetes

London: Certain genetic factors may impact our body in intriguingly paradoxical ways. A team of scientists has identified 14 new…

Does protein intake help older adults delay disability?

Washington: Consumption of more protein-based food could contribute to helping older people to delay disability, according to a study published…

Diabetes medication may help reduce severity of Alzheimer’s disease

Washington: According to a new research, people with Alzheimer's disease who were treated with diabetes drugs showed considerably fewer markers…

Women with rare cancer mutations likely to develop interval breast cancers

Washington: According to a recent study, the presence of common breast cancer mutations are not only indicative of increased breast…

We must listen to the victims: Huma Qureshi on #MeToo

New Delhi: Actress Huma Qureshi thinks it is brave of women to come out and talk about their #MeToo stories,…

Bridal wear trends to look out for this wedding season

New Delhi: Even though the big fat weddings are on with full shor-sharaaba, the conscientious lot are slowly adapting to…

Left knee injury sidelines De Bruyne for 5-6 weeks

London: Manchester City's Belgian midfielder Kevin de Bruyne is to be sidelined for nearly a month and a half with…

High exposure to radio frequency radiation linked to cancer

New York: Exposure to high levels of radio frequency radiation (RFR) -- used in 2G and 3G cell phones --…

Traumatic brain injuries may lead to long-term neurological, psychiatric disorders

Washington: Children who experience traumatic brain injuries are at increased risk of developing neuropsychiatric disorders, a new study has revealed.…

Physical activity a vital sign of children’s overall health

Washington: According to a recent study more than half of the children are not getting the recommended amount of weekly…

Why taking leftover antibiotics is dangerous

Washington : We have all been there - taking leftover antibiotics to save a second trip to the doctor. However,…

Childhood violence may spur puberty, depression: Study

New York: Children who are exposed to violence such as physical, emotional, or sexual abuse are more likely to experience…

New ‘bandage’ contact lens aims to boost corneal treatment

Sydney: Australian researchers have developed a new therapeutic contact lens that acts as a bandage for eye surface injuries, an…

Tennis elbow treatments provide little to no benefit: Study

Washington D.C. : Findings of a recent meta-analysis has found that treatments for tennis elbow do not provide much benefit.…

Good sleep leads to better recovery after sports-related concussion

Washington D.C.: According to a recent study, young athletes who have good sleep after sustaining a concussion are more likely…

Trends for women to rock this Diwali

New Delhi: With Diwali around the corner, it's that time of the year when women would come out in all…

Domestic violence common in developing nations: Study

London: Societal acceptance of domestic violence against women is prevalent in developing countries with 36 per cent of the global…