Health

  • Researchers reveal new mechanism to ‘activate’ immune system against cancer

    Washington: A recent study now says that a new mechanism for activating the immune system against cancer cells allows immune cells to detect and destroy cancer cells better than before. The study,…

  • Recurrent miscarriage might be linked to faulty sperm: Study

    Washington: According to a recent study, recurrent miscarriage may be linked to the poor quality of a man’s sperm. As part of the study, the researchers investigated the sperm quality of 50…

  • Insomnia can impact migraine prevalence

    Washington: According to a recent study, sleep disorders, especially insomnia, can impact the pervasiveness of migraine. According to a study published in The American Journal of Managed Care, in addition to genetic…

  • Here’s the coffee that contains the most amount of caffeine

    Washington: Nothing cajoles your senses awake early in the morning than a steaming cup of coffee. That being said, not all morning java contains the same amount of Caffeine. Certain coffee brews…

  • Bodies may cure themselves of diabetes in future

    Washington: Diabetes is caused by the insulin cells’ inability to produce insulin; a hormone that is necessary is regulating blood sugar levels. Diabetics usually have to take insulin supplements to regulate these…

  • Here’s why exercise won’t make you lose weight

    Washington: One of the top New Year resolutions every January is to lose weight. While people may leave behind a number of things on their journey from one year to another, what…

  • Here’s why obsessive compulsive symptoms in youngsters should not be ignored

    Washington : Obsessive compulsive symptoms (OCS) in youth could be a red flag for serious psychiatric conditions, a study finds. The findings were published in the Journal of the American Academy of…

  • An egg a day may keep diabetes away

    London: Eating an egg daily can have a beneficial effect on the blood metabolite profile that is related to a lower risk of Type-2 diabetes, a new study shows. The findings showed…

  • Do hot flashes raise breast cancer risk?

    Washington: Frequent hot flashes are associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, suggests a new study. The results are published in the journal Menopause. The study, in which more than 25,000…

  • Gut bacteria key to protecting against arsenic poisoning

    New York: Microbes in the human gut play an important role in protecting against arsenic toxicity, new research suggests. Arsenic toxicity is a problem that affects an estimated 200 million people worldwide…

  • Researchers examine consequences of fungal infection in brain

    Washington: To study the short-term consequences of fungal infections, researchers at Baylor College of Medicine have developed a mouse model. They report the unexpected finding that the common yeast Candida albicans, a…

  • Youngsters who inflict self-harm more likely to commit crimes

    Washington: According to a new research from the Center for Child and Family Policy at Duke University, youngsters who inflict self-harm are three times more likely to commit violent crime than those…

  • Planting hedges could help curb air pollution

    Washington: Outdoor pollution has become a menace, having risen at an alarming rate in the past few years. Now, according to a study, planting hedges, or a combination of trees with hedges,…

  • Slow down skin ageing

    New Delhi:The health of your skin mirrors the health of your body. With a healthy diet and proper lifestyle, you can delay ageing, say experts. As a person ages, the skin goes…

  • Obesity can cut short your dog’s lives

    London: If you thought that obesity affects only humans, you may be wrong. It can also shorten lives of your canine friends, finds a research. The research, from the University of Liverpool…

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