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Research suggests that low doses of mushrooms may be beneficial for mental diseases
Washington DC | October 7, 2023 6:46:37 PM IST
According to a recent study from the University of Southern Denmark, psilocybin, the primary component of psychedelic mushrooms, may be administered in small doses to treat various medical conditions. ... read..


Researchers find 'long colds' may exist, as well as long Covid
London | October 6, 2023 8:48:51 PM IST
A new study from Queen Mary University of London, published in The Lancet's EClinicalMedicine, discovered that people may endure long-term symptoms -- or 'long colds' -- after acute respiratory infections that tested negative for COVID-19. ... read..


Researchers find how sense of smell can affect our perception of colours
Boston | October 6, 2023 4:51:17 PM IST
We receive constant environmental input through our five senses. Combining information from two or more senses, such as between odours and the smoothness of textures, pitch, colour, and musical dimensions, is one way our brain makes sense of this flood of ... read..


Researchers give more insight into type 2 diabetes diagnosis
Washington | October 5, 2023 4:22:55 PM IST
An earlier diagnosis of type 2 diabetes may be possible in some patients, according to new research. ... read..


Cancer-related fatigue may soon benefit from potential new treatment
Connecticut | October 5, 2023 12:20:30 AM IST
Cancer-related tiredness (CRF) is a crippling yet all-too-common disease that has a negative impact on patients' quality of life while they are receiving treatment. There are currently no viable pharmaceutical therapies available for the constellation of ... read..


Greater risk of depression, anxiety when in higher education, study reveals
London | October 4, 2023 10:18:56 PM IST
Young people in higher education in England have a slightly higher risk of depression and anxiety than their counterparts who do not attend higher education, according to a new study headed by UCL academics. ... read..


Type 2 diabetes diagnosis at 30 can lower life expectancy by up to 14 years: Study
Washington DC | October 4, 2023 10:18:51 PM IST
An individual diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at the age of 30 could have their life expectancy cut by up to 14 years, according to an international team of researchers. ... read..


Premature babies in neonatal care units are susceptible to fatal illnesses: Study
London | October 4, 2023 4:20:26 PM IST
Premature babies in neonatal care units are very sensitive and susceptible to potentially fatal illnesses. To help keep these babies safe, the danger of infection must be kept as low as possible. ... read..


Does Covid-19 or its vaccination make migraines worse?
New York | October 4, 2023 4:19:39 PM IST
According to a study published in the European Journal of Neurology, Covid-19 and its immunisation have negligible effect on migraine severity. ... read..


Obesity rates lower among women who live in walkable neighbourhoods
Washington DC | October 4, 2023 3:19:19 PM IST
According to a new study living in a more walkable neighbourhood reduces the risk of obesity-related cancers in women, specifically postmenopausal breast cancer, but also ovarian cancer, endometrial cancer, and multiple myeloma. ... read..


Intervention for carers aids in prevention of elder maltreatment: Study
Washington DC | October 4, 2023 3:19:16 PM IST
A recent double-blind, randomised controlled trial found that elder abuse of older individuals with chronic illnesses, including dementia, was reduced by an educational and social support intervention for carers. ... read..


Small doses of mushrooms may be helpful for mental illnesses: Research
Washington DC | October 3, 2023 10:49:30 PM IST
A new study from the University of Southern Denmark suggests that psilocybin, the main ingredient in mushrooms with psychedelic characteristics, could be used as a therapeutic aid through microdosing. ... read..


Drinking dark tea may regulate blood sugar, minimise risk of diabetes
Washington | October 3, 2023 4:51:04 PM IST
According to new research, drinking black tea every day may help to reduce the risk and progression of type 2 diabetes in people by improving blood sugar control. ... read..


Genetics helps explain childhood cancer: Study
Washington | October 3, 2023 11:50:05 AM IST
The number of childhood cancer survivors in the United States is growing, with an overall survival rate of more than 85 per cent five years following diagnosis. Survivors, however, may still be at higher risk of a variety of health issues, including seco ... read..


After cervical chemoradiation, liquid biopsies can quickly identify any remaining illness: Study
Virginia | October 3, 2023 12:17:21 AM IST
A new study reveals that two liquid biopsy techniques that detect the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in the blood accurately identified patients with a high risk of cervical cancer recurrence following chemoradiation. ... read..


To improve IVF, researchers look at thousands of fertility attempts
Maryland | October 3, 2023 12:16:49 AM IST
Scientists have offered the most in-depth analysis of what happens to embryos after human in vitro fertilisation by genetically examining almost a thousand embryos. ... read..


Exposure to daylight rather artificial light may help people with type 2 diabetes
Baden-Wrttemberg | October 3, 2023 12:16:45 AM IST
According to new research being presented at the annual meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) in Hamburg, Germany, exposure to natural light may aid in the treatment and prevention of type 2 diabetes. ... read..


Researchers give insights into working of brain in Parkinson's patients
Washington DC | October 2, 2023 8:19:25 PM IST
Researchers have given new insights into the working of the brain in Parkinson's sufferers in a new study. Professor Shohreh Issazadeh-Navikas is at the helm of this ground-breaking discovery. ... read..


Study reveals how high-dose radiation can treat older patients with inoperable kidney tumors
California | October 2, 2023 3:14:32 PM IST
A recent study from Australian and Dutch experts revealed that older patients with kidney tumours who are not candidates for surgery may benefit from targeted, high-dose radiation. ... read..


Inhibiting aberrant stem cell signals during ageing reduces bone loss: Study
New York | October 2, 2023 12:16:02 AM IST
Ageing results in an increase in a cellular signal necessary for the skeleton's development, which weakens bones, according to a new study involving mice. ... read..


Obese women experience severe menopausal symptoms, benefit less from HT: Study
Washington DC | October 2, 2023 12:15:56 AM IST
Obesity has already been linked to a number of health conditions, as well as a reduction in a person's quality of life. A new study suggests that, in addition to these other difficulties, it may worsen a woman's menopause symptoms and reduce the amount of ... read..


Researchers discover causes of liver cell scarring
La Jolla (California) | October 2, 2023 12:15:41 AM IST
When damaged liver cells are replaced by scar tissue, hepatic fibrosis results. Cirrhosis, liver failure, and even liver cancer can arise as a result of cumulative scarring that, over time, restricts the blood flow to the liver. When the condition is sev ... read..


Study provides more information on how diabetes can accelerate the growth of blood cancer
Washington DC | October 2, 2023 12:15:32 AM IST
People with multiple myeloma, a blood malignancy of plasma cells in the bone marrow, have a poorer overall survival rate when compared to individuals without diabetes. This difference in survival due to diabetes was found in white patients in a subgroup a ... read..


Research finds genetic links between schizophrenia, heart disease risk factors
Washington DC | October 1, 2023 12:17:06 PM IST
According to new research, people with schizophrenia have a genetic susceptibility to smoking as well as a lower genetic risk of obesity. ... read..


Study reveals exposure to air pollution linked to risk of stroke
New York | October 1, 2023 12:16:55 PM IST
A meta-analysis found that short-term exposure to air pollution was associated with an increased risk of stroke. Short-term exposure was defined as occurring within five days of a stroke. ... read..


Walking up five flights of stairs can cut risk of heart disease by 20 pc: Study
Washington DC | October 1, 2023 12:16:47 PM IST
Forget about getting in 10,000 steps a day. A new Tulane University study suggests that taking at least 50 steps and rising stairs each day could significantly reduce your risk of heart disease. ... read..


Study finds genetic code of rare kidney cancer
Washington | October 1, 2023 2:16:19 AM IST
The inherited characteristics of reninoma, a rare form of kidney cancer, have been studied for the first time. In the latest publication, researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Great Ormond Street Hospital, and The Royal Free Hospital found a pos ... read..


Walking five flights of stairs can reduce risk of heart disease by 20 per cent: Research
Washington DC | September 29, 2023 3:19:27 PM IST
Forget about walking 10,000 steps per day. According to a new Tulane University study, taking at least 50 steps and climbing stairs each day could greatly reduce your risk of heart disease. ... read..


Exposure to air pollution is associated with risk of stroke: Study
New York | September 29, 2023 12:13:49 AM IST
According to a meta-analysis short-term exposure to air pollution may be associated with an elevated risk of stroke. Short-term exposure was defined as taking place within five days after the stroke. ... read..


Some kidney patients may benefit most from quick dialysis: Study
Washington | September 29, 2023 12:13:23 AM IST
According to a study, patients with acute kidney damage who need outpatient dialysis after leaving the hospital receive the same care as patients with the more prevalent end-stage kidney disease. ... read..


Obese women get severe menopausal symptoms,benefit less from hormone therapy: Research
Washington DC | September 27, 2023 5:51:19 PM IST
Obesity has already been linked to a number of negative health issues and can impair a person's quality of life. According to a new study, in addition to these other issues, it may increase a woman's menopause symptoms and decrease the amount of relief sh ... read..


Study discovers genetic links between schizophrenia, heart disease risk factors
Washington DC | September 27, 2023 2:45:24 PM IST
According to new research, people with schizophrenia have a hereditary tendency to smoke and a lower genetic risk of obesity. The study, which was published in The American Journal of Psychiatry, discovered a genetic overlap between schizophrenia and CVD ... read..


Yoga improves cardiovascular function in patients with heart failure: Study
Washington | September 26, 2023 9:44:26 PM IST
A new study looked at the long-term effects of yoga therapy to see if adding it as a supplemental treatment in the management of heart failure is beneficial. ... read..


Increasing daily steps by 3,000 can reduce blood pressure in older persons: Study
Washington | September 26, 2023 9:44:11 PM IST
A new study discovered that increasing exercise by 3,000 steps per day can significantly reduce high blood pressure in older persons. ... read..


Stem cell therapy may lower progression of relapsing multiple sclerosis: Study
Washington DC | September 26, 2023 8:46:49 PM IST
Autologous haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, or aHSCT for short, is typically used to treat blood cancers and involves collecting stem cells from the patient's own bone marrow or blood, followed by chemotherapy and antibody treatment. ... read..


Antibiotics can prolong the survival of some bacteria
England | September 26, 2023 6:44:00 PM IST
Scientists have discovered an unexpected impact of some antibiotics on some bacteria: the medications occasionally help bacteria by extending their life. ... read..


Researchers discover genetic code of rare kidney cancer
Washington | September 25, 2023 11:47:38 PM IST
For the first time, the inherited characteristics of reninoma, a rare form of kidney cancer, have been investigated. Researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute, Great Ormond Street Hospital, and The Royal Free Hospital also identified a potential pha ... read..


Adults with intellectual disabilities are at risk for dementia
Okayama Prefecture | September 25, 2023 9:44:22 PM IST
Intellectual disability (ID) is thought to be associated with an increased risk of dementia and its onset is influenced by both inherited and acquired factors. It is also known that a lower cognitive reservethe capacity for thinking developed by learning ... read..


Identification of brain signals for improved memory
Basel | September 25, 2023 9:44:18 PM IST
Memory performance varies widely between people. Now, scientists at the University of Basel have found that specific brain signals are connected to these variations. ... read..


Cough sound analysis assists in determining severity of Covid-19 patients
Catalonia | September 25, 2023 2:43:24 AM IST
While most persons infected with COVID-19 experience minor symptoms and recover in a matter of weeks, the global pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus remains a significant health danger. ... read..


Do you know cognitive behavioral therapy comforts fibromyalgia pain experienced by brain? Study finds
Massachusetts | September 24, 2023 10:44:09 PM IST
Patients with fibromyalgia (FM), a condition that mostly affects women and is marked by chronic pain, tiredness, and brain fog, usually have limited access to treatment options and explanations for their symptoms. ... read..


Scientists recreate neurons that allow mice to walk again after injury
Washington | September 24, 2023 4:47:28 PM IST
In a study on mice, a group of researchers identified a crucial element for recovering functional activity following spinal cord injury. ... read..


Study discovers training gut's immune system to combat detrimental effects of emulsifiers in processed foods
California | September 23, 2023 6:46:21 PM IST
In a new study, mice with immune systems that had been trained against the microbial protein flagellin did not experience the usual harmful repercussions of taking food additive emulsifiers, pointing to a potential new way to combat numerous chronic infla ... read..


Parents prefer indoor physical education due to poor air quality: Research
Washington | September 23, 2023 5:44:26 PM IST
According to the University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health, two-thirds of parents have had at least one day in the last two years with poor or dangerous air quality in their neighbourhood. ... read..


Cognitive behavioural therapy enhances brain's perception of fibromyalgia pain
Massachusetts | September 23, 2023 5:44:18 PM IST
Patients suffering from fibromyalgia (FM), a disease that mostly affects women and is distinguished by persistent pain, tiredness, and brain fog, usually have few therapeutic alternatives and explanations for their symptoms. ... read..


Scientists have discoveredpotential treatment for nicotine addiction
Washington DC | September 23, 2023 4:43:29 PM IST
According to recent research from the University of Missouri School of Medicine, there may be another approach to cure cigarette addiction. Researchers observed that theta-burst transcranial magnetic stimulation (TBS), which uses powerful, rapidly fluctua ... read..


Study finds genes linked to neurodevelopmental problem in infants
Washington | September 23, 2023 11:47:38 AM IST
Expanding newborn screening (NBS) to include detecting genes linked to an increased risk of neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) will do more harm than good, claimed a recent Paediatrics article. ... read..


Exercise in the morning helps with weight management: Study
Washington | September 23, 2023 10:43:40 AM IST
Despite conflicting epidemiological results regarding the best time to exercise for weight loss, a study suggests that the best time of day to increase the relationship between daily moderate to vigorous physical activity and obesity is between the hours ... read..


Study finds dental health may lower risk of head, neck cancer
Washington DC | September 23, 2023 10:43:30 AM IST
Significant correlations between dental health and survival among people with head and neck cancer were discovered by a multinational study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. ... read..


Study discovers link between gut microbiome, bone density
Boston | September 22, 2023 11:45:59 PM IST
According to a new study published in Frontiers in Endocrinology, there is rising evidence that the relative abundance of certain gut microorganisms may be associated with bone health. If the findings are validated by subsequent research, scientists may b ... read..


Researchers find how Alzheimers disease linked to genetic variants with brain cell function
Chapel Hill(North Carolina) | September 22, 2023 10:46:08 PM IST
Scientists investigating Alzheimer's disease (AD) have discovered millions of genetic variations in the genome that contribute to the progression of this progressive neurological illness. ... read..


Skipping counselling does not increase cancer gene testdistress: Study
Washington DC | September 22, 2023 10:45:57 PM IST
According to research published in JAMA Oncology, skipping genetic counselling before or after a distant screening for inherited risk of ovarian or breast cancer does not raise pain, worry, or depression. ... read..


Mothers' ability to remember prior pregnancies can provide strategies for preventing complications
Ohio | September 22, 2023 7:49:00 PM IST
For decades, scientists have understood that pregnancy requires a mother's body to modify so that her immune system does not fight the developing foetus as if it were a hostile foreign invader. ... read..


How do harmful proteins accumulate in Alzheimer's and other diseases?
Missouri | September 22, 2023 4:50:07 PM IST
Under normal conditions, tau protein is a vital component of the brain's infrastructure, helping to stabilise neurons into their appropriate forms. However, tau can become tangled and toxic, harming brain tissue and generating tauopathies, a category of b ... read..


Millions of people live with chronic pain, mental problems: Study
Arizona | September 22, 2023 4:49:59 PM IST
According to a new study published in the journal PAIN by the University of Arizona Health Sciences, roughly one in every twenty persons in the United States suffers from both chronic pain and anxiety or depression, resulting in functional impairments in ... read..


Here is how to analyse brain signals to look into brain illness
North Gyeongsang Province | September 22, 2023 3:46:58 PM IST
It is crucial to analyse and interpret brain signals in order to investigate brain illnesses and develop new remedies. Although neural probes linked to the brain may detect small biosignals, they lack the ability to amplify and process them, necessitat ... read..


Study discovers earlier puberty onset in both girls, boys with diabetes
Washington | September 22, 2023 1:44:47 PM IST
Research has discovered earlier puberty onset in both girls and boys with diabetes. ... read..


Scientists rebuild neurons that allow mice to walk again after spinal cord injury
Washington | September 22, 2023 1:44:45 PM IST
A team of researchers discovered a critical component for regaining functional activity after spinal cord injury in a recent study on mice. ... read..


Immune cells are critical to efficacy of coronavirus vaccinations: Study
Washington | September 22, 2023 1:44:38 PM IST
A study has provided fresh information on a vital subset of immune system cells required for successful vaccination against the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic virus. ... read..


Cough sound analysis help to determine severity of Covid-19 patients
Catalonia | September 21, 2023 5:15:31 PM IST
While most people infected with COVID-19 have milder symptoms and recover within a few weeks, the global pandemic produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus continues to pose a substantial health risk. ... read..


Study finds if traumatic brain damage, dementia be linked by cerebrospinal fluid leaks
Toronto | September 21, 2023 4:15:31 PM IST
Traumatic brain injuries have been linked to an increased risk of dementia. Unfortunately, the precise mechanisms behind this association remain unknown. This knowledge gap makes it challenging to develop preventative methods to help TBI patients. ... read..


Researchers identify severity of COVID-19 patients with cough sound
Barcelona | September 21, 2023 3:14:31 PM IST
While most people infected with COVID-19 have milder symptoms and recover within a few weeks, the global pandemic produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus remains a major health concern. Some of individuals infected may develop more severe sickness and pneumonia, ... read..


Researchers find association between traumatic brain injury, cardiovascular disease
Massachusetts | September 21, 2023 10:14:33 AM IST
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a prominent cause of long-term disability and premature death, particularly among military personnel and those who participate in contact sports. Significant study has been conducted on the acute and chronic neurological re ... read..


Older adults with COPD had depression during COVID pandemic: Study
Washington | September 21, 2023 12:14:52 AM IST
According to a new longitudinal study published online in the International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), older persons with COPD were at a higher risk of depression during the early phases of the COVID-19 epidemic. ... read..


Study finds model that improves hydrogen station availability
Washington | September 21, 2023 12:14:41 AM IST
According to researchers, letting station managers use a predictive model that helps them anticipate maintenance needs could boost consumer confidence in driving hydrogen-powered vehicles. ... read..


Scientistsdiscoverpossible cure for nicotine addiction
Washington DC | September 20, 2023 10:17:16 PM IST
According to new research from the University of Missouri School of Medicine, there may be an alternative way to treat cigarette addiction. Researchers discovered that theta-burst transcranial magnetic stimulation (TBS) - which uses intense, rapidly varyi ... read..


Reducing stress on T cells improves their ability to fight cancer: Study
Washington DC | September 20, 2023 10:16:44 PM IST
Even for killer T cells, which are specialised immune cells, searching for and eliminating cancer cells around the clock can be challenging. Scientists can produce stronger cancer-killing cells if they understand why killer T cells become exhausted. ... read..


Study uncovers decreased coronary flow in patients with psoriasis
Washington | September 20, 2023 8:16:51 PM IST
Researchers revealed new evidence suggesting persons with severe psoriasis are at higher cardiovascular risk in the relationship between severe psoriasis and coronary microvascular dysfunction. ... read..


Cognitive behavioural therapy improves brain's perception of fibromyalgia pain
Massachusetts | September 20, 2023 4:14:21 PM IST
Patients suffering from fibromyalgia (FM), a disease that primarily affects women and is characterised by persistent pain, exhaustion, and brain fog, frequently have few therapeutic options and explanations for their symptoms. ... read..


Elon Musk's Neuralink gains approval for human brain implant trial
California | September 20, 2023 1:14:19 PM IST
Billionaire Elon Musk's brain implant company Neuralink, announced on Tuesday that it has received approval from an independent review board to start recruiting human participants in a brain implant trial aimed at helping individuals grappling with paraly ... read..


Researchers find genes linked to increased risk for neurodevelopmental disorders in newborns
Washington | September 20, 2023 12:14:41 PM IST
According to a recent Paediatrics article, expanding newborn screening (NBS) to include identifying genes associated with an elevated risk of neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) will cause more harm than good. While some experts believe that identifying N ... read..


Early morning physical activity has impact on weight management: Study
Washington | September 19, 2023 3:44:24 PM IST
According to a study, the best time of day to increase the relationship between daily moderate to vigorous physical activity and obesity appears to be between the hours of 7 a.m. and 9 a.m., despite conflicting epidemiological findings regarding the best ... read..


Implantable device could allow injection-free diabetes management: Study
Washington | September 19, 2023 11:44:09 AM IST
Implanting pancreatic islet cells that can manufacture insulin when needed is one promising technique for treating Type 1 diabetes, which could liberate patients from needing regular insulin injections. However, once the cells are transplanted, they event ... read..


Placenta holds key to many inexplicable pregnancy losses: Study
Washington | September 19, 2023 10:45:11 AM IST
Researchers discovered that placental testing resulted in the accurate pathologic assessment of more than 90 per cent of previously unexplained pregnancy losses, a finding that they suggest may inform future prenatal treatment. ... read..


Almonds aid in weight loss, improve cardiometabolic health: Study
Washington | September 19, 2023 10:45:07 AM IST
Researchers discovered that incorporating almonds into a low-energy diet not only helped participants lose weight but also improved their cardiometabolic health. ... read..


Telecare lowers costs, improves quality of life for dementia patients: Study
Washington DC | September 18, 2023 10:45:35 PM IST
According to a UCSF study, a telecare programme that improves outcomes for dementia patients while reducing the burden on unpaid caregivers also offers the unexpected benefit of lowering Medicare expenses. ... read..


Study reveals mature sperm lack intact mitochondrial DNA
Washington DC | September 18, 2023 9:44:16 PM IST
New research sheds light on the fundamental scientific premise that mitochondrial DNA the particular genetic code stored in the organelle that serves as the powerplant for every cell in the body is exclusively passed down by the mother. ... read..


Study finds 'circular logic' of RNAs in Parkinson's disease
Washington | September 18, 2023 6:45:47 PM IST
Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are being investigated in brain cells by researchers to provide new insights into neurological illnesses. ... read..


Early treatment of child obesity is beneficial: Study
Stockholm County | September 18, 2023 4:46:27 PM IST
According to a new study that was published in The International Journal of Obesity, early treatment of childhood obesity is successful in both the short and long term. ... read..


Researchers find new methods to predict outcomes of pregnancies with fetal problems
London | September 17, 2023 11:15:47 PM IST
A team of scientists led by UCL academics has found new ways for predicting outcomes in pregnancies in which the baby is not developing normally inside the womb. ... read..


Farmer behaviour is crucial in management oflivestock diseases: Study
Washington DC | September 17, 2023 8:14:10 PM IST
Researchers highlighted how changes in farmer conduct can impact disease outbreak prevention. This study was published in Preventative Veterinary Medicine. ... read..


Treatment for snoring saves lives from heart disease: Study
Milan | September 17, 2023 7:16:08 PM IST
According to a study, patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can lower their risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by sleeping with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine. ... read..


Study shed new light on why cancer may spread to spine
New York | September 17, 2023 12:15:19 PM IST
According to Weill Cornell Medicine researchers, the vertebral bones that make up the spine are formed by a type of stem cell that secretes a protein that promotes tumour spread. The discovery provides light on why solid tumours typically metastasise to t ... read..


Unhealthy snacks raise risk of strokes and cardiovascular disease: Study
Washington | September 17, 2023 12:15:16 PM IST
The researchers discovered that just half of the people matched the nutritional value of their meals and snacks. This disparity has a detrimental impact on health indicators like blood sugar and fat levels, and addressing it may be as simple as changing o ... read..


Study finds association between dementia risk, size of white blood cell telomeres
Washington | September 16, 2023 7:14:51 PM IST
Shorter telomeres on the ends of white blood cell chromosomes were discovered to be associated with an increased risk of dementia. ... read..


Turmeric has the same anti-acid properties as medication: Study
Washington | September 16, 2023 4:15:52 PM IST
Researchers discovered that a natural component found in the culinary spice turmeric may be as effective as omeprazole, a medication used to treat gastrointestinal symptoms by decreasing excess stomach acid. ... read..


New methods to predict results of pregnancies with fetal problems
London | September 15, 2023 11:44:29 PM IST
A group of scientists led by UCL researchers has developed new methods for predicting outcomes in pregnancies where the baby is not growing properly inside the womb. ... read..


Unhealthy snacks increase risk of strokes, cardiovascular disease: Study
Washington | September 15, 2023 7:46:35 PM IST
Researchers discovered that only half of the individuals matched the nutritional value of their meals and snacks. This discrepancy negatively affects health indicators including blood sugar and fat levels, and resolving it may be as easy as changing one's ... read..


Farmer behaviour plays essential role in managing livestock diseases: Study
Washington DC | September 15, 2023 1:44:18 PM IST
A study published in Preventative Veterinary Medicine has demonstrated how changes in the behaviour of farmers can have an effect on disease outbreak prevention. ... read..


Researchers give more insight into reasons why cancer may spread to spine
New York | September 13, 2023 11:46:43 PM IST
According to a study conducted by scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine, the vertebral bones that make up the spine originate from a special kind of stem cell that secretes a protein that encourages tumour metastasis. The finding opens up a new area of st ... read..


Both high-protein, normal-protein diets are effective for T2D management: Research
Birmingham | September 12, 2023 11:45:44 PM IST
According to new research from the University of Alabama in Birmingham, the type of protein in the diet is not asimportant as the overall amount of weight loss for those with Type 2 diabetes. ... read..


Study sheds more light into processing uncertainty in obsessive-compulsive disorder
Washington | September 12, 2023 10:44:07 PM IST
A neurological illness called obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is characterised by compulsive repetitive behaviours like cleaning and checking even when there is obvious objective proof that the environment is clean, orderly, and proper. ... read..


CT test simulates blood flow to assess patients with angina risk
Illinois | September 12, 2023 8:43:38 PM IST
According to a study, patients with stable angina who have high coronary artery calcium scores can be identified using an enhanced CT scan at a lower risk of experiencing negative outcomes in three years. ... read..


Turmeric is as effective as medicine to reduce excess stomach acid: Study
Washington | September 12, 2023 3:44:15 PM IST
Researchers found that a natural component contained in the culinary spice turmeric may be as efficient as omeprazole, a medicine used to relieve gastrointestinal symptoms by reducing excess stomach acid. ... read..


Dementia risk is linked with size of white blood cell telomeres: Study
Washington | September 12, 2023 2:43:48 PM IST
Researchers found that shorter telomeres on the ends of white blood cell chromosomes may indicate an increased risk of dementia. ... read..


Healthy guts containing mature bacteria linked to less allergy-related wheezing, asthma in early childhood: Study
Milan | September 11, 2023 8:43:52 PM IST
According to a study presented at the European Respiratory Society International Congress in Milan, Italy, babies and young children with better-developed populations of gut bacteria are less likely to develop allergy-related wheezing or asthma. ... read..


Children who live in cities are more likely to have respiratory infections
Lausanne | September 11, 2023 5:45:37 PM IST
Young children who grow up in towns and cities experience higher respiratory illnesses than those who grow up in the country. ... read..


Treatment for hazardous snoring saves lives from heart disease: Study
Milan | September 11, 2023 3:45:38 PM IST
According to research people suffering from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) can minimise their risk of dying from cardiovascular disease by using a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine at night. ... read..


Study finds how specific T cells in brain slow progression of Alzheimers disease
Washington | September 10, 2023 11:45:16 PM IST
Up to 5.8 million Americans currently suffer from Alzheimer's disease, a neurological ailment marked by a progressive deterioration in cognitive function, including memory loss. ... read..


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