diseases

Mumbai: Awareness on protein-rich diet helps masses

Till the recent past only the health enthusiasts consumed protein-rich diet, however, the growing awareness about diseases caused due to ...Read More

Bad environment is ending lives

Bad environment is ending lives

Nairobi: A quarter of all premature deaths and diseases worldwide are due to manmade pollution and environmental damage, the United Natio...Read More

UN report warns of millions of early deaths by 2050

UN report warns of millions of early deaths by 2050

Nairobi: A quarter of all premature deaths and diseases worldwide are due to manmade pollution and environmental damage, the United Natio...Read More

Are your floors, sofa toxin-free?

Washington: Children living in homes with all vinyl flooring or flame-retardant chemicals in the sofa have significantly higher levels of...Read More

77th annual conference of AIOS: More than 7,000 experts from across the globe to participate

77th annual conference of AIOS: More than 7,000 experts from across the globe to participate

Indore: More than 7,000 ophthalmologists from across the globe will participate in the 77th annual conference of Ophthalmologist AIOS fro...Read More

Maharashtra: Swine flu claims 3 lives in Nashik

Maharashtra: Swine flu claims 3 lives in Nashik

Nashik: The sudden change in weather has led to an outbreak of various diseases, with a resurgence of swine flu. In Nashik, three persons...Read More

Indore: Nature has no-drug remedies for diseases trusted by even doctors: Janak

Indore: “Be it meditating on a mountain or smelling the roses in garden, one, who lives in sync with it, can always experience the healin...Read More

Diarrhoea cases rise in Mumbai, say doctors

Diarrhoea cases rise in Mumbai, say doctors

Mumbai: Even as the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has made huge claims of being full ready to tackle monsoon-related diseases, in a ...Read More

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Indore: Rain brings smiles, miseries to follow

Indore: With the arrival of monsoon, health experts claim to have witnessed a rise of about 5-10 per cent cases of tropical diseases like...Read More

Men find sexual assault as traumatising as women do

New York: Men are often looked at only as perpetrators of sexual assaults. But what happens to those men who become victims of such assau...Read More

Hand-powered blood centrifuge developed

Hand-powered blood centrifuge developed

Boston: Stanford engineers, including those of Indian origin, have built an ultra-low-cost, human-powered centrifuge that separates blood...Read More

Don’t blame genes for all diseases that run in families

Don’t blame genes for all diseases that run in families

London: A family history of disease may be as much the result of shared lifestyle and surroundings as inherited genes, a study says. Fact...Read More

Why forgetting may be good for memory

New York: For managing the memories acquired across a lifetime, human beings need to forget — as part of the brains’ system, says new res...Read More

Infertile men at increased risk of osteoporosis, diabetes

Infertile men at increased risk of osteoporosis, diabetes

London : Men with fertility problems are at increased risk of metabolic diseases such as osteoporosis and diabetes as they age, a new stu...Read More

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Cadaver donation gives new lease of life to three people

Mumbai : Family of Govindlal Panchal (57) from Vikhroli gave a new lease of life to three people on Tuesday who were suffering from end-s...Read More

How genes may influence ageing process decoded

Washington : Scientists have found that a hormone linked to the ageing process is controlled by genetics, a finding that suggests a new p...Read More

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Honey can also destroy harmful fungus, save lives

London : Researchers from Britain have identified the effect of honey used since ancient times for the treatment of several diseases, on ...Read More

Brush your teeth twice a day and revitalise your heart

Brush your teeth twice a day and revitalise your heart

New Delhi : What have brushing and cleaning your teeth to do with your heart? A lot, say health experts, suggesting that taking care of y...Read More

WHO declares world’s worst-ever Ebola outbreak over

Geneva – The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced today that the Ebola epidemic that has ravaged west Africa for two years was over ...Read More

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New gene editing technique may treat inherited blindness         

Los Angeles: A new technique that has the potential to treat inherited diseases has been shown for the first time to hinder retinal degen...Read More