Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Nap times related to childs brain development: Study
England | July 28, 2023 9:13:20 PM IST
According to recent research from the University of East Anglia, infants who frequently snooze have smaller vocabularies and worse cognitive skills. ... read..

Heightened light sensitivity may contribute to Alzheimer's 'sundowning' and cause disease advancement: Study
Virginia | July 28, 2023 9:13:15 PM IST
According to recent Alzheimer's research from UVA Health, increased light sensitivity may be responsible for "sundowning," or the exacerbation of symptoms in the late afternoon, as well as for sleep disturbances that are thought to hasten the disease's pr ... read..

Low fibre consumption by mother may delay infants brain development
Lausanne | July 28, 2023 9:43:03 AM IST
Undernutrition during pregnancy is one of the risk factors for diseases in children as they grow older, said researchers, adding thatmaternal malnutrition remains a global issue for women. ... read..

Yoga benefits older women at risk of Alzheimers disease: Study
California | July 28, 2023 9:42:59 AM IST
According to a UCLA Health study, Kundalini yoga, a type of yoga that focuses on breathing, meditation, and mental visualisation, appeared beneficial for older women who had risk factors for Alzheimer's disease and were concerned about episodes of memory ... read..

Study finds how short bursts of daily activity are associated with reduced cancer risk
Sydney | July 28, 2023 12:13:36 AM IST
A total of just 4.5 minutes of intense activity that causes you to huff and puff while performing everyday tasks, according to apromising new study, may lower your chance of developing various malignancies by up to 32 per cent. ... read..

Menstrual cups may help prevent infection, improve vaginal health: Study
Washington DC | July 26, 2023 11:41:33 PM IST
Many girls in low- and middle-income nations struggle to afford period products, causing them to miss school. As a result, it is vital that they have access to menstrual products. ... read..

Healthy eating is insufficient for people with diabetes if their diet is high in ultra-processed foods
Washington DC | July 26, 2023 11:41:23 PM IST
The first rule for patients with type 2 diabetes is to consume a good, nutritious diet. A diabetic's life is made up of paying attention to absorbed calories as well as nutrients included in various foods. However, this may not be enough: the degree of pr ... read..

Diabetic people's diet should be rich in ultra-processed foods: Study
Washington | July 26, 2023 11:40:37 PM IST
According to an Italian study by the I.R.C.C.S. Neuromed, regardless of the nutritional value of a person's diet, eating highly processed foods which are frequently made in factories increases the risk of death for those who have type 2 diabetes. ... read..

Study finds out ways to stop obese children having heart disease in adulthood
Sophia Antipolis | July 26, 2023 10:44:22 PM IST
According to a scientific opinion by experts on heart disease and childhood obesity published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC), childhood is a window of opportunity to combat obe ... read..

People with long-term autoimmune disorders exhibit "startling" levels of concealed mental health problems: Study
England | July 26, 2023 10:44:01 PM IST
According to a recent study from the University of Cambridge and King's College London, more than half of patients with auto-immune disorders have mental health issues including sadness or anxiety, however, the majority are seldom or never queried in the ... read..

Milk protein accelerates wound healing: Study
Washington DC | July 26, 2023 10:43:35 PM IST
According to a new study by UCL researchers, bandages infused with casein, a protein found naturally in cow's milk, greatly increased wound healing in rats compared to control groups. ... read..

How to deal with metastatic cancer
New York | July 26, 2023 6:43:07 PM IST
The body's lymph nodes serve as one of its first lines of defence against sickness. From these biological police stations, immune cells are sent out to repel invaders. However, the majority of metastatic tumours also start in lymph nodes. ... read..

Food allergy in infancy linked to childhood asthma, reduced lung function: Study
Washington | July 25, 2023 10:14:29 PM IST
According to a world-first study, having a food allergy as a baby is connected to asthma and impaired lung function later in childhood. ... read..

Strawberry consumption may improve cognitive function in older adults: Study
Washington DC | July 25, 2023 9:13:58 PM IST
In a randomised clinical trial reported at Nutrition 2023, the annual conference of the American Society of Nutrition (ASN), daily strawberry consumption was connected to improved cognitive performance, reduced blood pressure, and higher antioxidant capa ... read..

Inflammation discovery may slow aging, prevent age-related diseases: Research
Washington DC | July 25, 2023 8:11:04 PM IST
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have identified a critical cause of chronic inflammation that accelerates ageing. This discovery could allow us to turn back the clock and live longer, healthier lives, as well as prevent age-re ... read..

Study discovers immune cells patrolling human eye
Washington | July 25, 2023 3:11:27 PM IST
Researchers have found specialised immune cells patrolling the human eye. ... read..

Study reveals why we lose fat, muscle during infection
California | July 25, 2023 12:12:15 AM IST
Although infections can cause a variety of symptoms, one typical indication is the loss of fat and muscle, a process known as wasting. Salk researchers wanted to discover if wasting was useful in battling infections. ... read..

Most milk alternatives lacknutritional value of cow's milk: Study
Washington DC | July 24, 2023 11:11:39 PM IST
More people are consuming plant-based milk substitutes such as oats, soy, and almonds, but do plant-based products provide the same nutrition as cow's milk? According to the findings of a new survey, the majority do not. ... read..

Increasing omega-3 intake may help protect your hearing: Study
Washington DC | July 24, 2023 10:13:01 PM IST
A new population-based cross-sectional study found that blood levels of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) were inversely connected to hearing problems. Higher DHA levels in middle-aged and older persons were 8-20% less likely to report age ... read..

Study reveals genes that directly influence what we eat
Washington DC | July 24, 2023 11:13:51 AM IST
Researchers have found over 500 genes that seem to directly impact the foods we eat in one of the first extensive investigations of diet-related genes. The results mark a significant advancement towards harnessing a person's genetic makeup to create preci ... read..

Researchers identify top five foods rich in prebiotics
Washington DC | July 24, 2023 11:13:45 AM IST
Prebiotics are certain types of fibre that are frequently found in plants and encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut, according to mounting evidence. ... read..

New diet score reveals foods that help you live longer
Los Angeles | July 24, 2023 10:12:35 AM IST
According to new research, eating more foods that are good for the environment may help you live a longer, healthier life. In a study with a follow-up of more than 30 years, researchers discovered that those who ate more sustainably were 25 per cent less ... read..

Study finds early introduction of foods high in sugar, salt is common in rural areas
Washington DC | July 24, 2023 10:12:30 AM IST
According to a study of more than 10,000 kids in rural Pennsylvania, many kids were fed foods high in sugar and salt throughout their early years of life. ... read..

How obesity makes ovarian cancer more deadly, explains scientists
Washington DC | July 23, 2023 1:10:54 PM IST
Most ovarian cancer patients receive their diagnosis at the most advanced stage of the illness. Less than one-third of those who receive a diagnosis live past five years. A recent study found that in 2020 alone, it was the third most common type of gynaec ... read..

Private equity investments in healthcare increase expenses, enhances treatment quality: Study
Washington DC | July 23, 2023 12:13:06 PM IST
A research team has discovered that private equity investments, which are becoming more prevalent in thehealthcareindustry, are typically linked to higher costs forpatients. ... read..

Parents may find it hard to do physical exercises when they have to care for many children: Study
Washington DC | July 22, 2023 7:43:28 PM IST
A healthy lifestyle must include physical activity, but hardly one in three persons in the United States meets the weekly exercise recommendation. Parents find it more challenging to maintain their fitness since they frequently put their children's needs ... read..

Anti-inflammatory medicine might work well in Alzheimer's treatment: Study
Washington DC | July 22, 2023 6:43:02 PM IST
A study is predicated on the idea that a number of anti-inflammatory drugs might work well as Alzheimer's disease (AD) treatments. ... read..

Oral medication leading choice for multiple sclerosis treatment: Study
Washington DC | July 22, 2023 5:41:19 PM IST
Researchers from Rutgers University have found that most persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) opt for oral drugs to manage their chronic and worsening neurological conditions. ... read..

Patients experience quicker pain relief if epidural anaesthesia started in operating room: Study
Chicago | July 22, 2023 5:41:17 PM IST
According to research presented at the online Anaesthesia Quality and Patient Safety Meeting of the American Society of Anaesthesiologists, starting a patient-controlled epidural anaesthesia (PCEA) infusion while the patient is still in the operating room ... read..

Researchers discover 5-aminolevulinic acid that fights against mitochondrial disorders
Tokyo | July 22, 2023 1:11:26 PM IST
Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have shown that the amino acid 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA) helps to restore deficiencies in Complex I (CI), the first of a series of protein complexes that transport electrons and support mitochondrial ener ... read..

Study suggests new strategies for diagnosing Alzheimer's
Amsterdam | July 22, 2023 1:11:19 PM IST
At the International Alzheimer's Congress (AAIC) in Amsterdam, new diagnostic standards for Alzheimer's disease were unveiled by medical professionals and academics from around the globe. ... read..

Study reveals how monitoring brain waves reduces post-op complications
Washington | July 22, 2023 1:11:10 PM IST
Brain wave characteristics were discovered in a recent study that looked at the EEG patterns of patients under anaesthesia. These findings may help anesthesiologists recognise when patients are entering that deeper degree of unconsciousness. By preventing ... read..

Research reveals intense exercise may help keep Parkinson's disease at bay
Washington | July 22, 2023 11:13:42 AM IST
Intense exercise may slow the progression of Parkinson's disease, according to research done by neuroscientists from the A Gemelli IRCCS Polyclinic Foundation and the Faculty of Medicine at the Catholic University of Rome. ... read..

HIV drug resistance mechanisms revealed by protein structures: Study
California | July 22, 2023 1:44:41 AM IST
Researchers from the Salk Institute and the National Institutes of Health have identified the molecular pathways by which the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) develops resistance to Dolutegravir, one of the most potent antiviral medications now being us ... read..

Preterm birth risk increases by father's mental health condition: Study
New York | July 22, 2023 1:43:52 AM IST
Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the Karolinska Institutet found that babies are more likely to be delivered prematurely when their father or mother has a psychiatric diagnosis. The study was released in the open-access jou ... read..

Extracellular vesicles may led to spread of scleroderma-caused fibrosis throughout body
South Carolina | July 22, 2023 1:43:47 AM IST
A new article in Arthritis and Rheumatology suggests that extracellular vesicles, which are involved in cell-to-cell communication, may be a factor in the development of fibrosis in systemic sclerosis. ... read..

Scientists reveal why obesity makes ovarian cancer more deadly
Washington DC | July 21, 2023 3:41:06 PM IST
The majority of women with ovarian cancer are diagnosed with the most advanced stage of the disease. Less than a third of people diagnosed with the condition survive five years. According to a recent study, as the third most frequent type of gynaecologica ... read..

Fathers psychiatric diagnosis raises risk of preterm birth: Study
Washington DC | July 21, 2023 2:10:43 PM IST
According to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS Medicine, both fathers' and mothers' mental histories are related to premature birth. The study demonstrates for the first time that the risk of preterm birth is higher in infants whose father ... read..

Digital pathology set to be game changer in medical industry
Washington DC | July 21, 2023 12:13:08 PM IST
Researchers have automated a microscope scanning and analysis system that has been tested, implemented and accredited ready for rollout around the world. ... read..

Researchers create human embryo-like entities with extraembryonic tissue
Massachusetts | July 20, 2023 10:43:05 PM IST
Gastrulation is a "black box" of human development in which an embryo reorganises itself from a hollow spherical to a multilayered structure. Because of bioethical considerations, human embryos are normally not cultured for more than 14 days, and gastrula ... read..

Scientific breakthrough uses mRNA technology to create a highly effective malaria vaccine
Victoria | July 20, 2023 10:42:55 PM IST
In preclinical models, Trans-Tasman research collaborators from Te Herenga WakaVictoria University of Wellington's Ferrier Research Institute and the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research in New Zealand and the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and ... read..

Malnutrition during pregnancy raises chance of diabetes later in life: Study
Vienna | July 20, 2023 9:42:46 PM IST
Malnutrition during pregnancy may raise the chance of acquiring type 2 diabetes in later life, according to a number of studies. In comparison to those born one year before or later, people born during a famine have a risk of diabetes that is more than tw ... read..

Majority of older persons with cognitive impairment continue to drive, prone to crash risk
Michigan | July 20, 2023 9:42:21 PM IST
A Michigan Medicine research in a South Texas community indicates that the majority of older persons with cognitive impairment continue to drive, despite concerns raised by caregivers and others. ... read..

Study reveals how omega-3 fatty acids help in maintaining lung health
New York | July 20, 2023 8:41:17 PM IST
New evidence from a large, comprehensive study in healthy individuals financed by the National Institutes of Health suggests that omega-3 fatty acids, which are rich in fish and fish oil supplements, are promising for sustaining lung health. ... read..

Gene mutation could explain why some dont get sick from covid-19: Study
Washington DC | July 20, 2023 2:40:47 PM IST
People who get COVID-19 but never develop symptoms, known as super dodgers, may have a hereditary advantage. According to a new study headed by UC San Francisco researchers, they are more than twice as likely as individuals who become symptomatic to conta ... read..

Study reveals dedicated older peoples emergency department lowers wait times
Washington DC | July 20, 2023 2:40:46 PM IST
According to research from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) and the University of East Anglia (UEA), the establishment of the country's first emergency department for those over the age of 80 resulted in a considerable reduction in time ... read..

Monitoring T cells might allow prevention of type 1 diabetes: Research
California | July 20, 2023 1:40:50 PM IST
Scripps Scientists have discovered that analysing a certain type of immune cell in the blood can help identify people at risk of developing type 1 diabetes, a fatal autoimmune illness. If the new approach is verified in future research, it might be used t ... read..

Single-cell atlas created by researchers helps to study kidney disease
California | July 19, 2023 11:13:10 PM IST
What makes some people with an abrupt decline in kidney function develop renal disease while others get better? A recent study co-led by bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego, may provide a detailed insight at the level of individual cel ... read..

Bipolar disorder associated with risk of early death from external causes: Study
Washington | July 19, 2023 11:12:22 PM IST
Extreme mood swings are an indicator of bipolar disease, which increases a person's risk of premature death from external causes like accidents, violence, and suicide by six times. ... read..

Researchers suggest how diabetes slows healing in the eye
Los Angeles (California) | July 19, 2023 10:12:50 PM IST
For the first time, researchers from Cedars-Sinai have identified two connected disease-associated changes to the cornea that explain how diabetes slows down wound healing in the eye. ... read..

Women who underwent breast cancer treatment age faster: Study
North Carolina | July 19, 2023 9:12:36 PM IST
A new study conducted by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and their collaborators have found that women who have been diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer age biologically more quickly than women who do not have the disease. Breast ... read..

Research reveals oral medication is leading choice for multiple sclerosis treatment
Washington DC | July 18, 2023 10:12:54 PM IST
According to Rutgers researchers, the majority of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) choose oral medications to treat chronic and progressive neurological illnesses. ... read..

Juggling multiple children hinders vigorous physical activity for parents: Research
Washington DC | July 18, 2023 10:12:50 PM IST
Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle, but just one in every three adults in the United States reaches the weekly exercise recommendation. The effort to stay fit becomes more difficult for parents, who frequently prioritise th ... read..

Study reveals how skin cancer virus outcompetes DNA replication in host cells
Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) | July 18, 2023 10:12:32 PM IST
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have demonstrated for the first time how Merkel cell polyomavirus (MCV), which causes an aggressive skin cancer known as Merkel cell carcinoma, begins DNA replication in host cells. ... read..

Starting epidural anaesthesia in operating room may help patients get faster pain relief post-surgery: Research
Chicago | July 18, 2023 9:10:59 PM IST
According to research presented at the virtual American Society of Anaesthesiologists' Anaesthesia Quality and Patient Safety Meeting, starting a patient-controlled epidural anaesthesia (PCEA) infusion while the patient is still in the operating room (OR) ... read..

Study provides new insights into opposite effects of RNase treatment
Health | July 18, 2023 11:43:52 AM IST
Tokyo [Japan], July 18 ANI):Multiple organ inflammation is a hallmark of systemic autoimmune disorders, which can have disastrous effects on patients. Treatments for these disorders are desperately needed. In some clinical trials, RNase therapies appear ... read..

New genes found that contribute to deadly heart defect: Study
Washington DC | July 18, 2023 11:10:48 AM IST
Researchers have discovered new genes that contribute to hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), a rare, life-threatening cardiac condition that occurs in neonates, by identifying genes in patients and studying their effects in fruit flies. ... read..

Monitoring brain waves could reduce post-op complications: Study
Washington | July 18, 2023 11:10:41 AM IST
A new study in which researchers examined the EEG patterns of patients under anaesthesia revealed brain wave characteristics that might aid anesthesiologists in determining when patients are moving into that more profound level of unconsciousness. This ma ... read..

Research shows babies immunological weak spot, strength
New York | July 17, 2023 11:40:34 PM IST
A new study conducted by Columbia University researchers explains why babies catch so many common respiratory illnesses and reveals a specialised cluster of immune cells present only in babies that help them cope with new pathogens. ... read..

Understanding metabolites that drive mammalian eye development
Illinois | July 17, 2023 9:45:14 PM IST
According to a new Northwestern Medicine study published in Nature Communications, aerobic glycolysis, the process by which cells convert glucose into lactate, is essential for mammalian eye development. ... read..

Study reveals 5-aminolevulinic acid help fight against mitochondrial disorders
Tokyo | July 17, 2023 9:44:44 PM IST
Tokyo Metropolitan University researchers discovered that 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA) aids in the repair of deficits in Complex I (CI), the first in a series of protein complexes that transport electrons and help energise the mitochondria. ... read..

High-quality sleep helps bolster resilience to depression, anxiety: Study
York | July 16, 2023 8:10:39 PM IST
According to the study, high-quality sleep and coping mechanisms, such as the ability to reframe a situation in order to see the positive side, can help to prevent poor mental health when confronted with unpleasant or stressful experiences. Chronic stress ... read..

Brain damage patients improve with oxygen intervention: Study
Lausanne | July 16, 2023 7:10:54 PM IST
Researchers studying the effects of oxygen supplementation on motor learning have discovered a potentially effective method for assisting people who have suffered neurological trauma to regain their former abilities. ... read..

Triple combination therapy helps patients with cystic fibrosis: Study
Berlin | July 16, 2023 7:10:35 PM IST
Researchers found that airway mucus is less sticky and lung inflammation is greatly reduced if triple combination treatment is used for long-term benefits in people with cystic fibrosis (CF). According to their research, this type of drug relieves the sym ... read..

Study links social isolation to decreased brain volume
Minneapolis | July 16, 2023 6:12:04 PM IST
A research that was published in the online version of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, found that elderly adults who had minimal social interaction may be more prone to have loss of total brain volume and in parts of t ... read..

Parents who talk to infants more boost their brain development: Research
Texas | July 16, 2023 6:11:49 PM IST
A team led by a neurodevelopment researcher from the University of Texas at Dallas has uncovered some of the most compelling evidence to date showing parents who talk to their newborns more boost their brain development. ... read..

Fibromyalgia related to increased chances of death: Study
Washington | July 16, 2023 6:11:45 PM IST
Fibromyalgia, a disorder that produces persistent, widespread pain and exhaustion, may be associated with an elevated risk of mortality owing to sensitivity to accidents, infections, and, in particular, suicide, according to a pooled data analysis of the ... read..

Study finds how gum disease is linked to plaque formation in Alzheimer's patients
Cambridge | July 16, 2023 6:11:43 PM IST
Most people don't link oral illness to significant health problems, but mounting research indicates that mouth bacteria are crucial in systemic diseases including colon cancer and heart disease. According to a recent Forsyth Institute study, amyloid plaqu ... read..

Study finds new approach to treat severe asthma, asthma exacerbation
La Jolla (California) | July 16, 2023 5:11:57 PM IST
Many people are unaware of the potential severity of asthma. Ten American deaths are attributed to asthma each day, along with 439,000 hospital admissions annually and 1.3 million visits to emergency departments. ... read..

Study provides further insight into hypertension that is resistant to therapy
Los Angeles (California) | July 15, 2023 7:11:51 PM IST
Many individuals use medicine to control their hypertension, which is excessive blood pressure that can lead to a heart attack or stroke. This form of high blood pressure, known as apparent resistant hypertension (aRH), demands extra medication and medica ... read..

Study shows how racial discrimination increases risk for childhood obesity
Washington DC | July 15, 2023 5:10:23 PM IST
As per a new study, children who suffer racial discrimination are more likely to have a higher BMI and a wider waistline later in life. ... read..

Study suggests how body's immune response offer alternative approach to neuropathic pain therapies
Cambridge (Massachusetts) | July 15, 2023 5:10:03 PM IST
A group of researchers is looking into natural killer (NK) cells as an alternative treatment for neuropathic pain in the midst of a global opioid epidemic. ... read..

Hairdressers, beauticians, accountants may be at higher risk of ovarian cancer: Research
Washington | July 15, 2023 11:10:38 AM IST
According to a case-control research published online in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine, certain occupations, such as hairdressers, beauticians, and accountants, may be associated with an elevated risk of ovarian cancer. ... read..

Racial discrimination raises risk of childhood obesity: Study
Washington DC | July 15, 2023 11:10:26 AM IST
Children who experience racial discrimination are more likely to have a higher BMI and a larger waistline later in life, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open. According to the findings, racial prejudice, in addition to other socioeconom ... read..

Lollipops may aid in diagnostic procedures for both children,adults: Research
Washington DC | July 15, 2023 11:10:24 AM IST
A lollipop may be a pleasant reward for a child who has made it through a visit to the doctor's office, but this sweet delicacy may now make diagnostic testing during a visit less intrusive and more enjoyable. ... read..

Scientists use fungal networks for futuristic eco-building designs
Lausanne | July 14, 2023 11:41:00 PM IST
Scientists have discovered a technique to create building materials using knitted moulds and the root system of fungus in an effort to lessen the environmental effect of the construction sector. Although comparable composites have been the subject of prev ... read..

Study finds origination of genes for learning and memory
England | July 14, 2023 11:40:34 PM IST
A team of scientists led by researchers from the University of Leicester have found that the genes necessary for memory, learning, aggression, and other complex behaviours originated around 650 million years ago. ... read..

Researchers find out how to solve structure of immune-evading HIV protein complex
Okinawa Prefecture | July 14, 2023 11:40:31 PM IST
The "viral infectivity factor (Vif)" of the HIV-1 virus can inhibit cellular defences. Cryo-electron microscopy has now been used by OIST researchers Prof. Matthias Wolf and Dr Takahide Kouno as well as a global team of collaborators to discover the atomi ... read..

Social isolation linked to lower brain volume: Study
Minneapolis | July 14, 2023 2:10:56 PM IST
According to a study published in the online edition of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, older people who have little social interaction with others may be more likely to experience loss of overall brain volume and in a ... read..

Gut bacteria linked to fatty deposits in heart arteries: Research
Washington DC | July 14, 2023 2:10:46 PM IST
Researchers in Sweden established a relationship between the numbers of particular bacteria in the gut and coronary atherosclerotic plaques in a large study. Atherosclerotic plaques, which are generated by the accumulation of fatty and cholesterol deposit ... read..

WHO classifies non-sugar sweetener Aspartame as possibly carcinogenic to humans, but safe within limits
Geneva | July 14, 2023 8:44:13 AM IST
The World Health Organization on Thursday classified non-sugar sweetener aspartame as a possible carcinogen and said it is safe to have it with a daily intake of 40 milligrams per kilogram of a persons body weight. ... read..

Researchers shed light on how genes make people prone to allergies
Pennsylvania | July 14, 2023 12:11:41 AM IST
The scientific understanding of why some people are more susceptible to allergies than others is being strengthened by new studies. The University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine researchers discovered how genetic variations that change a pa ... read..

Researchers provide more insight into treatment of severe asthma
La Jolla (California) | July 13, 2023 7:44:27 PM IST
Many individuals are unaware of how serious asthma may be. Asthma is thought to be the cause of ten American deaths each day, 439,000 hospital admissions per year, and 1.3 million visits to emergency rooms. ... read..

Racial discrimination increases risk for childhood obesity: Study
Washington DC | July 12, 2023 2:42:53 PM IST
According to a new study published in JAMA Network Open, children who suffer racial discriminationare more likely to have a higher BMI and a wider waistline later in life. The findings suggest that, in addition to other socioeconomic factors such as fami ... read..

Study shows pre-operative exercise substantially helps with recovery
Dunedin | July 12, 2023 12:43:27 PM IST
A University of Otago study demonstrates that a short plan of high intensity interval training before surgery can significantly aid recovery. ... read..

Damage to gut bacteria linked with chemo-induced weight gain in breast cancer patients: Study
Edmonton | July 12, 2023 12:43:17 PM IST
Researchers discovered a relationship between chemotherapy-induced changes in gut bacteria and the harmful weight gain seen in breast cancer patients, perhaps leading the way to helping survivors avoid obesity-related illness later in life. ... read..

Patients with brain damage might 'dramatically improve' with simple oxygen intervention: Study
Lausanne | July 11, 2023 10:11:25 PM IST
We utilise our motor learning abilities to teach ourselves how to run, pick up a drink, and walk so that we can get around in the world. But advancing years or illness might impair our capacity to develop motor skills. Scientists who are examining the eff ... read..

Obesity associated with adverse outcomes in leukemia treatment: Study
Washington | July 11, 2023 10:11:09 PM IST
Scientists are focusing on how body weight can impact health outcomes as the obesity epidemic in the United States spreads. AYAs with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) may have worse treatment outcomes when their body mass index (BMI) is higher, accordi ... read..

Study sheds more light on treatment-resistant hypertension
Los Angeles (California) | July 11, 2023 9:12:45 PM IST
The condition of hypertension, which is a high blood pressure that can result in a heart attack or stroke, is managed by medication for many patients. This type of elevated blood pressure, known as apparent resistant hypertension (aRH), necessitates addit ... read..

Study finds children with autism have broad memory difficulties
Washington DC | July 11, 2023 9:12:16 PM IST
According to new Stanford School of Medicine research, children with autism have memory issues that limit not only their ability to remember faces but also their capacity to retain other types of information. The study discovered that these deficits are r ... read..

Hairdressers, beauticians, accountants might be at higher risk of ovarian cancer: Study
Washington | July 11, 2023 9:11:57 PM IST
A case-control study published online in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine found that particular employment positions, such as hairdressers, beauticians, and accountants, may be related with an increased risk of ovarian cancer. ... read..

Gum disease linked to buildup of Alzheimer's plaque formation: Study
Cambridge | July 11, 2023 6:12:13 PM IST
Although most individuals don't associate oral disease with serious health issues, growing evidence suggests that oral bacteria play an important role in systemic disorders such as colon cancer and heart disease. New Forsyth Institute research suggests a ... read..

Lollipops may help in diagnostic procedures for both children, adults: Study
Washington, DC | July 11, 2023 4:11:04 AM IST
A lollipop may be a tasty reward for a child who has survived a trip to the doctor's office, but this sweet treat may now make diagnostic testing during a visit less intrusive and more joyful. ... read..

How to fix damaged hearing cells, finds scientists
Virginia | July 10, 2023 10:40:59 PM IST
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have figured out how damaged hearing cells may heal. The attempts to create new and improved strategies for the treatment and prevention of hearing loss may be aided by that crucial discovery. ... read..

Air monitor can identify Covid-19 virus in five minutes
Missouri | July 10, 2023 9:41:38 PM IST
Scientists are investigating techniques to monitor indoor environment in real time for viruses now that the Covid-19 pandemic's emergency phase is over. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a real-time monitor that can identify ... read..

Study reveals how triple combination therapy improves cystic fibrosis
Berlin | July 10, 2023 9:11:34 AM IST
Mucus in the airways is less sticky, and lung inflammation is greatly reduced: In individuals with cystic fibrosis (CF), triple combination treatment can produce these long-term benefits. ... read..

Positive effects of exercise on blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes: Study
Washington | July 9, 2023 4:42:40 PM IST
According to a study, exercise has a positive effect on blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes. ... read..

Study finds how deep-sleep brain waves predict blood sugar control
California | July 9, 2023 4:42:27 PM IST
Researchers have known that a lack of quality sleep can increase a person's risk of diabetes. Now, new findings from a team of sleep scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are closer to an answer. The researchers have uncovered a potential ... read..

Consuming unhealthy foods is linked to increase in cardiovascular disease: Study
Hamilton (Ontario) | July 9, 2023 4:42:29 PM IST
Researchers discovered that people who do not consume enough of six essential nutrients have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD). ... read..

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