Golden cure for cancer
03 Aug 2017
Green tea can soothe your struggle with sensitive teeth: study
04 Aug 2017
High tech shoulder replacement surgery performed in India for the first time
Text messages sent via mobile phones that advise healthy behaviour can prevent risk of developing diabetes.
09 Aug 2016
Natural fruit extract can dissolve the most common component of human kidney stones- calcium oxalate crystals.The findings of the study conducted by University…
A new study says that meat intake is as harmful as sugar in the growing prevalence of global obesity.According to scientists at the University of Adelaide,…
08 Aug 2016
According to a recent literature review, evidences of link between sleep disorders, may that be insomnia or over sleeping, and stroke risk are growing…
Youngsters who tried vaping to quit smoking were more likely to keep using e-cigarettes months later, the study found.
Studies have shown that caregivers have higher rates of depression, anxiety, insomnia and cardiovascular disease.
Body dissatisfaction is not only a common predictor of eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and binge eating.
07 Aug 2016
Increase in Indian population affected by obesity, coupled with intake of alcohol now posing a serious health risk
The Novartis pill works in a very precise way to block the action of inflammatory cells called eosinophils.
06 Aug 2016
Do you wake up feeling stiff? Blame your biological clock, suggests a recent study.
In the 1960s, the average annual per capita consumption of sorghum and millets was 32.9 kg, roughly eight times the 4.2 kg an urban Indian consumed in…
The risk of younger siblings developing an autism spectrum disorder is 14 times higher if an older sibling has the disorder.
As more and more sick patients are going online and using social media to search for answers about their health, it’s raising a lot of thorny ethical questions for doctors.
One in 12 Americans, or around 25 million people, suffer from asthma, and rates are increasing.
The high levels of caffeine in energy drinks may lead to cardiac complications, suggests a case report.
04 Aug 2016
Nearly one in ten young men and one in eight young women in Britain who are sexually active have experienced a distressing sexual problem lasting at least three months in 2015.
03 Aug 2016
Increased exposure to alcohol-related advertisements is raising the amount and frequency of drinking among adolescents, finds a study.The findings showed…
A daily dose of EFdA was able to prevent HIV infection in mice that were exposed multiple times to high doses of HIV.
02 Aug 2016
It is one of the first studies to look at how adolescent exposure to illegal substances affects patterns of abuse in adulthood.
01 Aug 2016
Scientists have explained what goes on inside our heads as we decide whether to take a risk or play it safe.
These “mini midbrain” versions are 3D miniature tissues that are grown in the laboratory and have certain properties.
Body of doctor who fell in manhole found at seashore in Mumbai's Worli
TN: Period shaming drives girl to suicide, teacher booked
Death toll reaches 31 in Hurricane Harvey
PSLV-C39 carrying IRNSS-1H series satellite launch today
Mumbai rains: At least ten dead after rains lash city
IAF likely to start trials of Astra missile from today
Rajendra Prasad Sharma is new DGP of Odisha
CBI books three I-T officers in corruption case
Gayatri Prajapati discharged in cheating case
Body of doctor who fell in manhole on August 29 found at seashore in Mumbai's Worli
PSLV-C39 carrying IRNSS-1H series satellite to be launched today
Hurricane Harvey: Death toll 31 as 6 more fatalities confirmed
Over two million Muslims begin hajj spiritual journey
Kolkata's yellow taxis to soon receive digital payments
Significant portion of deposited notes could be illicit: Government
Dominant India face struggling Sri Lanka in 4th ODI
Mission impossible? Rafael Nadal wants New Yorkers to be quiet