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    Taking the ‘in-law’ out of ‘mother-daughter’ relationship

    Its time we break stereotypes and establish the fact that the mother-in-law-daughter-in-law relationship is just the same as the mother-daughter relationship. All you need to do is hit the right chord and the things will rearrange itself, write Shikha Jain

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    Retinal disease: A leading cause of chronic blindness

    New Delhi: The blind population in India is estimated to rise to 15 million by 2020. Retinal diseases account for a significant share of the vision loss burden, compared to other eye-related diseases that can cause blindness. Of the various retinal disorders, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and diabetic macular edema (DME) are two progressive diseases that cause loss of vision. AMD and DME can be effectively managed if patients are diagnosed in

  • What do you know about Dystonia?

    Dystonia is a movement neurological disorders due to chemical unbalance with resultant dysfunction in a part of the brain called Basal Ganglia. It leads to abnormal electrical input signals to the motor cortex in the brain and alters the muscle tone.

  • Researchers successfully reverse Alzheimer’s in mice giving hope to human trials

    Washington: In a breakthrough, scientists have successfully reversed the formation of amyloid plaques in the brains of mice with Alzheimer‘s disease, and improved the animals’ cognitive function. The research, published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, paves the way for drugs that may successfully treat Alzheimer’s disease in humans.

  • American Journal of Hypertension, consuming yogurt, yogurt, heart disease, cardiovascular disease, risk, revascularisation, developing heart disease or stroke, research, study on cardiovascular disease and stroke

    Eating yogurt may reduce heart disease risk: study

    Boston: Consuming more than two servings of yogurt per week may lower the risk of developing heart disease or stroke, a study claims. High blood pressure or hypertension is a major cardiovascular disease risk factor. Clinical trials have previously demonstrated beneficial effects of dairy consumption on cardiovascular health. Yogurt may independently be related to cardiovascular disease risk, according to the study published in the American Journal of Hypertension.

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    Romantic aura of Valentine’s Day leads to a ‘mini baby boom’

    London: Turns out, the romantic aura of Valentine’s Day leads to a ‘mini baby boom’ nine months later. According to a new research, records show conceptions in Valentine’s week to be five percent higher than the rest of the year.

  • Revealed: Why people get aggressive after drinking

    Melbourne: Just two glasses of vodka can trigger changes in the brain region linked to aggression, say scientists who used MRI scans to understand why people become violent after consuming alcohol.