Category: Health

Diabetes drug may offer treatment for breast cancer

New York: Repurposing a common diabetes drug as well as another used for treating a group of inherited and acquired…

Infertility in women linked to higher cancer risk

New York: Infertility is associated with a higher risk of developing cancer in women of childbearing age, say researchers including…

e-cigarette vape too not safe for children: Study

New York: Believing that exposure to e-cigarette vape is safe for children, parents are increasingly vaping both at home and…

Listening to music in groups influences Depression: Study

Washington: Recent study digs into how music influences depression when listened to in a group. The findings published in the…

e-cigarette vape too not safe for children: Study

New York: Believing that exposure to e-cigarette vape is safe for children, parents are increasingly vaping both at home and…

Study finds link between pollution and diabetes

An international study conducted in China revealed that long-term exposure to the major air pollutant PM2.5 increases the risk of…

Short birth intervals raise mortality risk in babies

New York: Shorter intervals between births are associated with higher mortality rates in babies, finds a new study on macaque…

Add a protein twist to your fitness regime

New Delhi: The right amount of protein intake always goes hand-in-hand with a strict fitness regime to remain hale and…

Moderate muscle strength may lower risk of diabetes: Study

Washington D.C.: Building muscle strength may be one way to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes, a recent study…

Fake drugs killing children worldwide

Washington: A new research has suggested that falsified and substandard drugs for treating malaria, pneumonia and other diseases, are killing…

Long-term exposure to PM2.5 raises diabetes’ risk

Beijing: Long-term exposure to PM2.5, a major particle matter pollutant increases the risk of diabetes, finds a study. Researchers from…

Eye check-up to detect Alzheimer’s disease

New York: A future non-invasive eye test may allow early detection of Alzheimer's disease before memory loss kicks in, say…

Jharkhand bans e-cigarettes

Ranchi: The Jharkhand government on Tuesday banned the sale and usage of e-cigarettes in the state, according to an official…

Next flu pandemic is inevitable: WHO

(08:48) Geneva, March 12 (IANS) Another flu pandemic is inevitable and the world must prepare for potential devastation, the World…

Key gene behind breast cancer identified

Sydney: Australian researchers have tracked an elusive cancer-promoting gene that appears to be behind aggressive breast cancers, paving the way…

Heart attacks also common in young adults: Study

New York: A heart attack, known earlier as a disease of the old, is now strikingly common in people aged…

Air pollution ‘largest environmental risk to public health in UK’

London: Public Health England (PHE) has put forward a series of recommendations aimed at reducing the 28,000 to 36,000 deaths…

E-cigarettes related to heart attacks, coronary artery disease and depression: Study

Washington: Adults, who report puffing e-cigarettes, or vaping, are significantly more likely to have a heart attack, coronary artery disease…

Smoking during pregnancy increases risk of sudden infant death: Study

Washington: Mothers, take note! According to a new study, mothers who smoke before and during pregnancy contribute to the risk…

Fasting-mimicking diet can treat inflammatory bowel disease: Study

New York: Eating a low calorie diet that mimics fasting can help reduce intestinal inflammation and repair the gut, and…