Diseases

Can we prevent brain neurological problems?

May 8, 2018 | | Say something

Our brain might actually be regulating progression of glaucoma and other neuro-degenerative diseases, researchers say. The result has implications for neuroprotective therapies search. Glaucoma is a degenerative neuro disease where patients lose seemingly random patches of vision in each eye. Scientists have long thought that the progression of glaucoma is independent of – or controlled […more]

Study – liver regeneration not cause cancer risk

May 7, 2018 | | Say something

Scientists have discovered a new type of cells that are a part important liver regeneration. When healthy liver cells are depleted by long-term exposure to toxic chemicals , the newly discovered hybrid known as hepatocytes, cells generate new tissue more efficiently than the way normal liver cells. Importantly, they divide and grow without causing cancer, […more]

There could be a link between stress and cancer?

May 5, 2018 | | Say something

Stress has a number of harmful effects on your body. Since leads to hypertension due to depression. But if even that could lead to cancer, so you can breathe easy. According to a new study of stressful events they are not associated with cancer. Especially those stress disorder posttraumatic disorder (PTSD) . Held at the […more]

Pills of vitamin D in teens may increase cholesterol, according to a study

May 5, 2018 | | Say something

Amid the fact that vitamin D deficiency may increase the risk of various health complications , an Indian American researcher has revelaed that adolescents, especially those with a BMI above 25, should be extra careful in popping vitamin D supplements for the research study found that administration of obese Extra adolescents vitamin D pills can […more]

Forget exercise of hormones, you know about these drugs against obesity?

May 5, 2018 | | Say something

Obesity is known to be a disease of lifestyle , was always in the headlines either for their serious health complications or increasing trend. But this time an exercise of hormones – irisin – which is claimed to be the following obesity drug took the spotlight. Although scientists say there hormone, they still no clarity […more]

Apollo Munich introduces exclusive health insurance policy ‘In Care First dengue Dengue

Feb 14, 2018 | | Say something

Apollo Munich Health Insurance , the company independent health insurance in the country, has introduced dengue Care , the first of exclusive country on the counter insurance policy to cover health expenses related to dengue. Launched along with defender Mark andlegendary cricketer company – Sourav Ganguly today in Delhi, dengue Care is a value for […more]

Dr. Suniti Solomon, pioneer researcher dies HIV

Feb 13, 2018 | | Say something

innovative HIV researcher Dr. Suniti Solomon, the first to bring the world the prevalence infection in India in 1986 and successfully led the research into the treatment of the deadly virus, died at his residence here today. She was 76 and had been in treatment for two months for liver cancer, family sources said. “His […more]

Scientists Decode the functioning of brain disorders

Feb 12, 2018 | | Say something

When the human brain handles tasks intellectual challenge, groups of neurons tune each other for a split second, and harmonize, then improvise again, according to a new study. This finding could pave the way for more accurate for people with brain disorders marked by well-known fast, slow or chaotic brain waves as neural oscillations treatments. […more]

Weight loss key to liver health

Feb 12, 2018 | | Say something

weight loss by modifying the lifestyle and bariatric surgery can significantly reduce the characteristics of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a disease characterized by fat in the liver, according to studies. “While the underlying cause of NASH is unclear, is this condition more frequently in patients who are middle age and obesity,” said lead author Giulio Marchesini […more]