Category: Health

Study suggests way to treat severe eczema

Washington: Suffering from severe eczema? It may best be treated by allergy shots, according to researchers. A medically-challenging case being…

Your genes make you tea or coffee lover: Study

New York: Are you a tea or coffee person? The answer may lie in your genetic predisposition towards bitter tastes,…

Omega-3 fatty acids reduce preterm birth risk: Study

Sydney: Increasing the intake of omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy reduces the risk of premature births, says a new research.…

Know how anti-malaria drugs help in treating cancer

Washington D.C.: According to previous researches, anti-malaria drugs known as chloroquines were repurposed to treat cancer for decades, but until…

E-cigarette use among US youth becomes an ‘epidemic’

Chicago: Just days after the US city of Chicago took eight online retailers to court for illegally selling e-cigarettes to…

Treating the ‘bubble baby’

Washington: A new study has highlighted the urgent need to develop better treatment strategies for patients suffering from severe combined…

Migraines that affect vision may increase irregular heartbeat risk

New York: People who experience migraine with visual aura may have an increased risk of irregular heartbeat, and as a…

People who can make it to 65 are living longer!

Boston: The average human lifespan across the world is 70 years and could vary in few countries but according to…

You can bid farewell to Type II Diabetes: Study

New Delhi: Type II Diabetes can be brought under control through intermittent fasting said a recent study. The researchers from…

Weightlifting less than an hour a week may cut stroke risk

New York: Indulging in weightlifting for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a heart attack…

All you need to know about dry eye syndrome

Washington: According to a medical study, dry eyes condition in humans can significantly reduce the rate of reading and may…

Probiotics can help increase bone density: Study

New York: Treatment with good bacteria widely used in probiotic supplements can strengthen bones, especially in females, finds a study…

Low-carb diet helps maintain weight loss: study

Paris: A diet low in carbohydrates could help obese people maintain their weight loss by increasing the number of calories…

World Diabetes Day: Importance of managing the disease

New Delhi: India is currently staring at a high prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Of all these, diabetes, perhaps poses…

Obese people enjoy food less

Washington: Researchers have found that obesity and food restrictions are associated with less food enjoyment. Led by the University of…

Surgical menopause increases risk of insomnia

Washington: According to a latest study, surgical menopause leads to increased sleep issues in women as opposed to natural menopause.…

Do e-cigarettes undermine desire to quit smoking?

Washington: Trying to quit smoking? Spend time with people who use e-cigarettes. The University College London research has found that…

Weightlifting good for heart: Study

Washington: You might want to add weightlifting to your daily workout session because according to the latest study, Lifting weights…

Coffee could lower diabetes risk

Washington: Drinking your favourite cup of coffee could lower the risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.…

Smartphones raising a mentally fragile generation

San Diego: San Diego State University psychology professor Jean Twenge sees smartphones and social media as raising an unhappy, compliant…