Harvard Medical School

Oh my heart! Scientists create  detailed map of human heart for personalised cardiovascular treatments

Oh my heart! Scientists create detailed map of human heart for personalised cardiovascular treatments

To understand how it functions and to shed light on what goes awry in cardiovascular disease, scientists have created a detailed cellular...Read More

Why you still have Pokemon on the brain…

Why you still have Pokemon on the brain…

Boston: People who spent countless hours playing Pokemon videogames in their childhood have a specific brain region that activate when th...Read More

Your kid’s sleep schedule decides his college grades

Your kid’s sleep schedule decides his college grades

Atlanta: Does your kid stay up late to cram for an early exam? Well, this habit might not be doing him any good.

Early childhood experience impacts your marriage

Early childhood experience impacts your marriage

New York: If you have had the fortune of growing up in a warm family environment, the chances of having a secure attachment with your rom...Read More

‘Breastfeeding may protect moms from cancer, heart disease’

‘Breastfeeding may protect moms from cancer, heart disease’

Washington: Breastfeeding may not only be beneficial for babies, but also for their mothers – protecting them from premature death and se...Read More

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You need a vacation and meditation

New Delhi: Scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, the University of California, San Francisco, and Harvard Medical ...Read More

Air pollution may shorten survival chances in lung cancer patients

Air pollution may shorten survival chances in lung cancer patients

New York: Air pollution may shorten survival chances in patients with lung cancer detected at an early stage of the disease, particularly...Read More

Autism not just a disease of the brain: Study

Autism not just a disease of the brain: Study

New York: Autism, which significantly impairs an individual’s ability to communicate as well as interact socially, has also been found to...Read More

New eyeglasses may help people with decreased vision

New eyeglasses may help people with decreased vision

Boston: Scientists have developed new eyeglasses which use high-power prisms to help patients with hemianopia, a condition in which the v...Read More

Novel rapid test for bacterial infections found promising

Novel rapid test for bacterial infections found promising

New York: Researchers have developed a device with the potential of shortening the time required to rapidly diagnose bacterial infections...Read More

New app magnifies smartphone screen for visually impaired

New app magnifies smartphone screen for visually impaired

Washington: An application that can magnify a smartphone screen to potentially benefit low-vision users has been developed by researchers...Read More

Even low levels of air pollution can impair kids’ lungs

Even low levels of air pollution can impair kids’ lungs

New York: Children’s exposure to higher levels of air pollution, including fine particulate matter also known as PM2.5, and impure carbon...Read More

Marijuana users react differently to social exclusion

Marijuana users react differently to social exclusion

New York : The brains of young adult marijuana users react differently to social exclusion than do those of non-users, finds a new study,...Read More

Obama to present National Medal of Science to Indian-American professor

Obama to present National Medal of Science to Indian-American professor

Washington: President Barack Obama will present the National Medal of Science to Dr. Rakesh K. Jain, an Indian-American professor at Harv...Read More

Exercise-induced hormone that keeps us healthy not a myth

Exercise-induced hormone that keeps us healthy not a myth

Washington: Researchers have confirmed the existence of irisin, a hormone linked to the positive benefits of exercise. Irisin’s discovery...Read More

Indian scientist explains how complications in type 1 diabetes arise

Indian scientist explains how complications in type 1 diabetes arise

Washington DC: An Indian origin has shed light into the development of the complications in type 1 diabetes. Senior author Rohit Kulkarni...Read More

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Protein boosting immunity of viruses and cancer found

London : Scientists have discovered a protein that plays a central role in promoting immunity to viruses and cancer, an advance that may ...Read More

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