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HEALYNC hosts cancer treatment and preve

Kolkata, Mar 31 (IBNS):  The HEALYNC Solution LLP on Friday hosted cancer treatment and prevention workshop in the city.

Gut microbes could help clinicians bette

New York, Mar 31 (IBNS):  The gut microbiome — a collection of bacteria and other microbes in the gut — could be a highly accurate predictor of hospitalizations for patients with cirrhosis, according to a recently published study led by a researcher at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Social awareness increases prove brain c

Dallas, Mar 30 (IBNS): Researchers at the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas, in collaboration with co-leading authors at George Washington University and Yale, have demonstrated in a pilot study that a clinician-driven virtual learning platform, tailored to young adults on the autism spectrum, shows improved social competency.

Forget di­et­ing and eat regularly for

London, Mar 24 (IBNS): Early adulthood is particularly critical for putting on weight.

‘Bold action’ needed to end tubercul

New York, Mar 24 (JEN): Claiming more than 4,500 lives daily, tuberculosis (TB) continues to be the top infectious killer worldwide as well as the leading cause of death among people living with HIV, the United Nations said Friday, ahead of World Tuberculosis Day.

US antibiotic-resistant infection treatm

New York, Mar 23 (IBNS): A new study, by researchers at the Rollins School of Public Health and Saint Louis University found that antibiotic resistance added $1,383 to the cost of treating a patient with a bacterial infection in the United States in 2014.

Sussex research reveals brain mechanism

London, Mar 23 (IBNS): Learning a new language may be more of a science than an art, a University of Sussex study finds.

Obesity trigger identified within human

Adelaide, Mar 23 (IBNS):  The key chemical for happiness and sadness, serotonin, is also a force in our body’s weight gain and calorie control, and scientists say more research could reduce obesity rates.

Stopping exercise can increase symptoms

Adelaide, Mar 23 (IBNS): Stopping exercise can result in increased depressive symptoms, according to new mental health research from the University of Adelaide.

Physiotherapy: Who needs it and why?

Physical injuries, diseases, paralysis or other disabilities may leave a person with limited mobility which, at times, can hinder the quality of life. During these instances, people are often prescribed Physiotherapy as a means to regain mobility and aid movement.

Mumps resurgence likely due to waning va

Boston, Mar 26 (IBNS): A resurgence of mumps in the U.S. among vaccinated young adults appears to be due to waning of vaccine-induced immunity, according to a new analysis from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Emotionally unstable people more likely

New Delhi, Mar 22 (IBNS): People who are less emotionally stable are more likely to be addicted to their smartphones, according to a new research study.

Risk of maternal death doubled in pregna

London, Mar 21 (IBNS): Pregnant women with anaemia are twice as likely to die during or shortly after pregnancy compared to those without the condition, according to a major international study led by Queen Mary University of London of over 300,000 women across 29 countries.

Twitter India launches Blood Donation in

New Delhi, Mar 21 (IBNS): In a bid to create awareness  and link the demand-supply gap for blood units in India, micro-blogging site Twitter India has launched a social initiative known as #BloodMatters. 

MRI scans increase prostate cancer detec

Birmingham, Mar 20 (IBNS): A large international study conducted in collaboration with the University of Birmingham has found that an MRI scan and targeted prostate biopsies are significantly better at making a positive prostate cancer diagnosis than standard biopsies. 

Fasting diets reduce important risk fact

London, Mar 19 (IBNS): In the first study of its kind, researchers from the University of Surrey examined the impact of the 5:2 diet on the body’s ability to metabolise and clear fat and glucose after a meal and compared it to the effects of weight-loss achieved via a more conventional daily calorie restriction diet.

Study finds therapy dogs help stressed u

New York, Mar 12 (IBNS): Therapy dog sessions for stressed-out students are an increasingly popular offering at North American universities.

Memories can be decoded from brain waves

London, Mar 9 (IBNS): Bursts of brain activity known as sleep spindles can play a vital role in strengthening new memories after learning, researchers have found.

Study reveals treatment gap in patients

London, Mar 9 (IBNS): A study by the University of Birmingham has revealed a treatment gap in patients suffering from a heart condition that causes an irregular or abnormally fast heartbeat.

Global leaders meeting in Delhi next wee

New Delhi, Mar 9 (IBNS): Building on the momentum being created globally to end tuberculosis, world’s top infectious killer disease, leaders from across the globe are converging here for an End TB Summit beginning 13 March to review ongoing efforts and accelerate action to reach 2030 End TB goal.

A lifetime of regular exercise slows dow

London, Mar 9 (IBNS): Researchers at the University of Birmingham and King’s College London have found that staying active keeps the body young and healthy.

New technology for use in military vehic

Washington, Mar 7 (IBNS): Researchers from the University of Maryland (UMD) and the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM) have developed a new military vehicle shock absorbing device that may protect warfighters against traumatic brain injury (TBI) due to exposure to blasts caused by land mines.

Dementia patients with distorted memorie

London, Mar 7 (IBNS): Some memories containing inaccurate information can be beneficial to dementia sufferers because it enables them to retain key information, according to a new study.

Holding hands can ease pain, sync brainw

New York, Mar 4 (IBNS): Reach for the hand of a loved one in pain and not only will your breathing and heart rate synchronize with theirs, your brain wave patterns will couple up too, according to a new study.

Diabetes can be divided into five groups

New York, Mar 3 (IBNS): A completely new classification of diabetes which also predicts the risk of serious complications and provides treatment suggestions have been found in a new study. 

Governments should place more emphasis o

New York, Mar 2 (JEN): Governments are being urged to invest more in drug treatment and rehabilitation rather than just focusing solely on prevention, the latest report by the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) recommends.

Some 19 million newborns at risk of brai

New York, Mar 2 (JEN): Nearly 19 million babies born globally every year – 14 per cent – are at risk of permanent yet preventable brain damage and reduced cognitive function due to a lack of iodine in the earliest years of life, according to a United Nations-backed report released Thursday.

Infertility one of the rising issues now

Urbanization brings in most of the medical issues, it’s all about lifestyle and food practices. Fertility is defined as the natural capability of producing offspring. The coming of a new soul to a family brings in the beginning of their ultimate aim and happiness in married life, on the other hand inability to be fertile is being the alarming problem these days among both the genders. Lifestyle completely depends on the working and living atmosphere, which is the source for any health issue. Even though it’s common these days it’s definitely a pain for any couple to know they are infertile.

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