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Trying to be a mother? Do not turn on the lights at night!

Jul 17, 2017 | | Say something

Trying to be a mother? Do not turn on the lights at night! ; mothers or women who are trying to become pregnant should avoid light during the night, according to new research expectant. Darkness is important for optimal reproductive health in women, and to protect the developing fetus, said study researcher Russel J Reiter, […more]

Swine flu in India: PM Nadda reports on issues swine flu

Jul 17, 2017 | | Say something

New Delhi 13 Feb: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is believed to have been informed by Health Minister JP Nadda today on the outbreak of swine flu cases in the country after the toll due to the disease touches 485. Although there was no official word on what happened at the meeting, said the sources Nadda […more]

Celebreties trusted friends about when it comes to weight loss

Jul 16, 2017 | | Say something

New York, February 14: When it comes to joining a weight loss program, people trust their friends who have lost weight more than the advice of celebrities, says a study. People who find success in a wellness program are most influential in getting friends to sign a charismatic, but the person less successful, the results […more]

Swine flu in India: 8 deaths, 159 new cases, the total number

Jul 16, 2017 | | Say something

1,392 Swine flu claimed eight more lives in Gujarat today, taking the total number of deaths from the H1N1 virus to 124 this year. Of the eight victims, two patients died in Kutch, and one in Vadodara, Dahod, Surat, Jamnagar, Gandhinagar and the Amreli district, a statement issued by the state government said here. (Read: […more]

Now antibody increases the chances of survival of patients suffering from flu and pneumonia

Jul 15, 2017 | | Say something

Singapore, 14 February: researchers have developed an antibody that increases the chances of survival of patients suffering from influenza and pneumonia. Proven effective in laboratory tests, the antibody is being prepared for use among human beings. Scientists are also using the new antibody to develop a diagnostic kit that can help doctors accurately track the […more]

Eating dried plums for healthy and strong bones: Study

Jul 5, 2017 | | Say something

Eating dried plums for healthy and strong bones: Study ; A recent study published in British Journal of Nutrition found three important ways in which dried plums contribute to healthy and strong bones. This study was carried out by the r he researchers at San Diego State University and Florida State University. Fifty-seven million people […more]

Existing cancer drug found effective against drug resistant leukemia

Jul 5, 2017 | | Say something

A study has identified a previously unrecognized action axitinib Pfizer as a potent inhibitor of the dominant mutation that confers resistance to medicines for all well tolerated in patients with certain types of leukemia treatments. Researchers at the Institute of Molecular Medicine Finland studied the cancer cells of patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and myeloid […more]

Scientists say that “there is no evidence to prove butter, whole milk and cheese bad for health ‘

Jul 4, 2017 | | Say something

Washington, February 10: enjoy your morning toast buttered without any guilt as scientists have claimed that the belief that butter, milk and cheese full fat are bad for us they are wrong. Guidelines, which were issued again in the 1980s in Britain and the uS, claiming that saturated fats could lead to coronary heart disease, […more]

Prenatal diabetes ups risk of smoking for children

Jul 3, 2017 | | Say something

New York, February 10: Children exposed snuff the smoke from their parents, while in the womb are predisposed to develop diabetes in adulthood, says a new study. “Our findings are consistent with the idea that exposure to environmental gestational chemicals can contribute to the development of health and disease,” said the author of Michele Merrill, […more]