Category: Health

Long-term exposure to ozone adversely affects human health

Washington: A new study has utilised a novel method to estimate long-term ozone exposure to quantify the health burden from…

How does exercise affect our cognitive performance?

Washington: A new study has found how cognitive performance can improve during aerobic exercise. During the study, conducted at the…

Abnormal vision can affect brain functions: Study

Washington: According to a recent research, abnormal vision in childhood can affect the functioning of the brain. The researchers from…

Diabetic patients at risk of death from alcohol, accidents, suicide

Washington: Turns out, diabetic patients are more likely to die from alcohol-related factors, accidents or suicide. The study, conducted at…

Immune cells in breast cancer offer potential therapeutic target

New Delhi: A new research has pointed to a way to disrupt the tumor microenvironment of an aggressive form of…

Study finds how teens with type 1 diabetes can guard their hearts

Washington: Turns out, people with type 1 diabetes are far more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those without it.…

Muscular men favour inequality in society: Study

London: Men with higher physical strength, like well-built muscules, are more likely to favour inequality in society as well as…

Obesity may double risk of colorectal cancer in young women

New York: Women who are overweight or obese have up to twice the risk of developing colorectal cancer before age…

World Arthritis Day: All you need to know about your joints

New Delhi: Snap, crackle, and pop - these sounds can either make you cringe or induce a sense of relief.…

This common drug may cause liver failure

Washington: Turns out, acetaminophen, a common pain reliever, is the leading cause of acute liver failure. In the liver, acetaminophen…

E-cigarettes should be used effectively to stop smoking: Study

Washington: Turns out, E-cigarettes can indeed help people give up smoking faster than any other methods out there. A recent…

3-in-1 vaccine to deter traveller’s diarrhoea : Study

Washington: For the first time ever a vaccine has been designed to stop three common pathogens of traveller's diarrhoea. A…

Babies of overweight mothers may develop self-regulation problems

Washington: According to a recent study, a mother's weight during early pregnancy may affect how well her baby is able…

This amino acid may help with type 2 diabetes

Washington: According to a new research, the amino acid called alanine may provide a brief lowering of glucose levels by…

Bacterium causing stomach cancer may play role in colorectal cancer

Washington: Turns out, a bacterium known for causing stomach cancer might also increase the risk of certain colorectal cancers, according…

This DNA alteration may lower impact of high-carbohydrate diets

New York: Love to eat high-carbohydrate diets, including pasta, breads, cookies, and sugar-sweetened beverages, but worried about their health effects?…

Link between diet and depression

Washington: Can a healthy diet combat mental illness? In an unusual experiment, the researchers from the James Cook University in…

Seed oils better for lowering cholesterol: Study

London: Oils obtained from seeds such as sunflower, rapeseed, safflower and flaxseed could be more beneficial in lowering bad cholesterol,…

Air pollution linked to high risk of oral cancer: Study

Taipei: Higher levels of air pollution may be linked to a heightened risk of developing oral cancer, which includes cancers…

Treatment at young age could reverse autistic behaviour in tuberous sclerosis

Washington: A new study has found that drug treatment at a young age can reverse social impairments related to tuberous…