Medicine

Fungal infections now cured by soil bacteria

JERUSALEM. An Israeli study said on Sunday that fungal infections could be cured using bacteria found in the soil. The…

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Maths can reveal how human behaviour spreads infectious diseases

Toronto. Researchers have found that mathematics could help public health workers understand how human behaviour influences the spread of infectious…

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Prediabetic night owls may gain unhealthy weight

New York. People with prediabetes who are more active and alert later in the day – those who have an…

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Govt will launch the ambitious Ayushman Bharat Healthcare scheme

PM Modi, today said that Govt will launch the ambitious Ayushman Bharat healthcare scheme on September 25, 2018. Modi’s Ayushman…

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Shocking Facts of Life Saving Medicines, Watch Video

Almost all life saving medicines are selling ten times more than the actual price!! Medicine commission is very much supported…

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Blocking digestive hormone may help prevent pancreatic cancer

New York. Blocking a digestive hormone associated with obesity may help prevent the spread of pancreatic tumors to other areas…

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Doctors should not prescribe painkillers to patients of dementia

London. Consuming common opioid-based painkillers may triple the risk of side effects including personality changes, confusion and sedation among people…

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Antibiotics most-frequently-prescribed medicine worldwide

SYDNEY. The increased over-the-counter supply of antibiotics in many countries including India, is worsening antibiotic resistance globally, finds a study…

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Novel eye drop may treat age-related vision loss

Scientists have been developing an eye drop that can be self-administered, thus revolutionizing treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) —…

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Increased blood sugar heightens motivations, enhances memory in elders

London For older adults (over 60), increase in sugar levels can improve memory and make them more motivated to perform…

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HIV infection exposes people to grave risk of heart disease

Washington. According to a global study, HIV infection doubles the risk of heart disease. Analysis of global figures reveals that…

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Unhealthy fat and cholesterol bad for fertility too

London. Young women with unhealthy levels of fat in their blood before pregnancy are more likely to only have one…

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A magnetic wire to help early detection of cancer

New York Scientists, including one Indian-American, have developed a magnetic device that could capture scarce and hard-to-capture tumour cells in…

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X-ray Triggered Nano-bubbles to Target Cancer

Scientists developed nano-bubbles that can deliver drugs in the body when triggered by standard X-rays and may pave the way…

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Northeastern India suffers Haemorrhagic stroke more than other regions

New Delhi. One in three people, between 30-69 years, living in India’s northeastern states, suffered premature deaths due to haemorrhagic…

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Sri Lankan medicines to get IPR protection

Colombo. Sri Lanka has announced that it is moving its centuries-old folk medicine systemfor protection under the international intellectual property…

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Neither multivitamins, nor mineral supplements prevent cardiovascular diseases

These are days of failing traditional concepts. Scientists are continuously examining and decoding every bit of human knowledge in a…

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Gujarat: Cow Urine May Cure Cancer

Cow urine can cure cancer, an attempt of Gujarat team. Biotechnology scientists at Junagadh Agriculture University in Gujarat have succeeded…

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Post-childbirth bleeding may not be a great threat to life anymore

Ever heard of the drug Carbetocin? No! Though a comparatively a new one in the market, it holds great promise…

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Oral semaglutide demonstrated significant reduction in blood sugar

Oral semaglutide, an investigational GLP-1 analogue taken as a once-daily tablet, achieved significant reductions in blood sugar versus placebo in…

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Pop pills for heartburn? Beware, it can put your kidneys at risk

Millions of people popping common heartburn and indigestion pop pills could be at an increased risk of kidney failure, suggests…

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Don’t ask for antibiotics

“Without effective antibiotics, minor infections could become deadly and many medical advances could be at risk – surgery, chemotherapy and…

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World Arthritis Day

What is Arthritis? Arthritis is very common but is not well understood.It is an informal way of referring to joint…

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First Human Embryo Editing Experiment In US ‘Corrects’ Gene For Heart Condition

Scientists have successfully edited the DNA of human embryos to erase a heritable heart condition that is known for causing…

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BENEFITS OF SLEEPING ON YOUR LEFT SIDE……

Prevents snoring. Pregnant women get the advantage of better blood circulation, flowing of blood to uterus, fetus, and kidneys and…

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World Breastfeeding Week 2017: Five foods for nursing mothers to increase breast milk!

Every year, the first week of August is observed as the World Breastfeeding Week throughout the world to encourage mothers…

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Homeremedies for controlling diabities

1.Cinnamon (dalchini): Cinnamon controls diabetes and reduces blood sugar levels in the body by stimulating activity of the insulin. Its bioactive…

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Flax seeds:Treasure of Health

Flax seeds commonly known as “Alsi” have been consumed as food for around 6,000 years and may have very well…

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Omega-3 as best cancer fighting agent.

In a recent study in the University of Aberdeen UK,researchers found that consuming food rich in Omega fatty acids such…

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Scientists develop a low-cost, non-invasive method of measuring severity of muscle

A new way of measuring the severity of muscle injuries could help footballers return to action more quickly, research suggests.…

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