Beware! Binge Drinking May Effect Men More than Women, Says Study

Beware! Binge Drinking May Effect Men More than Women, Says Study

04 Sep 2017

​While you may have thought that women who binge drink are more susceptible to health hazards or that it affect everyone equally, it turns out that me

Financial stress may up migraine risk

Financial stress may up migraine risk

04 Sep 2017

Stress caused by financial hardship can increase the risk of developing migraine in people with a particular gene variant, a study has showed. Migrain

Anti-cancer mango unveiledAnti-cancer mango unveiled

Anti-cancer mango unveiledAnti-cancer mango unveiled

02 Sep 2017

​BANGKOK - Researchers at Nare-suan University in Phitsanulok, northern Thailand, have developed a mango that can reduce the risk of contracting some

Source for brain's development found

Source for brain's development found

02 Sep 2017

New York: Researchers have discovered an unexpected source for the brain's development, an advance that offers new insights into the building of the n

Gorakhpur tragedy: Uttar Pradesh STF arrests accused Dr Kafeel Khan

Gorakhpur tragedy: Uttar Pradesh STF arrests accused Dr Kafeel Khan

02 Sep 2017

LUCKNOW: The UP police on Saturday arrested Dr Kafeel Ahmad who was in charge of the Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) ward at BRD Medical College in

Domestic violence ups death risk in Indian women

Domestic violence ups death risk in Indian women

01 Sep 2017

​Women in India are nearly 40 times more likely to die after being assaulted than their peers in the US, finds a comparative analysis of trauma data f

A New Selfie App To Diagnose Pancreatic Cancer

A New Selfie App To Diagnose Pancreatic Cancer

01 Sep 2017

​The onset of smartphones and apps for all sorts of work, be it minor or major, have made our lives easier. From booking rides, paying bills to splitt

Asthma drug may cut Parkinson's risk by half

Asthma drug may cut Parkinson's risk by half

01 Sep 2017

​London: Researchers have found that a type of asthma drug may halve a patient`s risk of developing Parkinson`s disease -- a chronic disease with unkn

Lucknow: 67 new swine flu cases, 30% children

Lucknow: 67 new swine flu cases, 30% children

01 Sep 2017

​LUCKNOW: As many as 67 new swine flu cases were reported in the city on Thursday, taking the tally to 1,622.Of the new cases, 30% were children. Boss

Antibiotic-fed chickens a big threat

Antibiotic-fed chickens a big threat

01 Sep 2017

​​Another investigation by the Center for Science and Environment (CSE) demonstrates that uncontrolled abuse of anti-microbials in poultry ranches and

Simple tips to help improve your eyesight

Simple tips to help improve your eyesight

31 Aug 2017

​New Delhi: Today, there are very few career options that do not involve using a computer screen or a personal electronic device for long hours. Add

Can Eating Low Fat and High Carbohydrate Food Do More Harm Than Good

Can Eating Low Fat and High Carbohydrate Food Do More Harm Than Good

31 Aug 2017

According to a latest study widely promoted dietary guidelines across the globe may run a risk of being biased towards some countries, and favoring th

A Small Portion of Dark Chocolate with Extra Virgin Olive Oil May Do Wonders For Your Heart and Cholesterol

A Small Portion of Dark Chocolate with Extra Virgin Olive Oil May Do Wonders For Your Heart and Cholesterol

30 Aug 2017

​Chocolate lovers, now have a reason to rejoice. According to a latest study, dark chocolate may be good for your heart health. The study revealed tha

New born baby dies as doctors spat during surgery at Jodhpur's govt hospital

New born baby dies as doctors spat during surgery at Jodhpur's govt hospital

30 Aug 2017

​JAIPUR: A shocking video footage of doctors having a verbal spat while operating upon a pregnant woman at Jodhpur's Umaid Women and Child Hospital ha

Chemicals in yoga mats may disrupt your fertility

Chemicals in yoga mats may disrupt your fertility

29 Aug 2017

​If you are planning to undergo fertility treatment, avoiding products like yoga mats may help, as those with flame retardant chemicals can disrupt in

Heart Attacks More Common During Winters? Omega 3 Consumption Can Stave Off the Risks

Heart Attacks More Common During Winters? Omega 3 Consumption Can Stave Off the Risks

29 Aug 2017

​Can the temperature of a place or seasonal variations expose you to the risk of heart attack? As per a recent study presented at the European Society

Chikungunya, dengue, malaria sting New Delhi; over 1,700 people affected

Chikungunya, dengue, malaria sting New Delhi; over 1,700 people affected

29 Aug 2017

​Nearly 290 cases of dengue were reported in the national capital over the last week taking the total number of people affected by the disease to 945

Ladies, take note: Exercise can help you learn better

Ladies, take note: Exercise can help you learn better

28 Aug 2017

​Exercise doesn't simply enable you to forestall dementia and guarantee bone wellbeing. Completed by the University of New South Wales (UNSW), the gro

Fear of the swine flu

Fear of the swine flu

28 Aug 2017

​Upwards of 331 passings and checking — Gujarat this year has seen one of the more terrible swine influenza episodes since 2009, bringing up issues ov

Four coffees a day ‘cuts risk of early death’

Four coffees a day ‘cuts risk of early death’

28 Aug 2017

​Some espresso a day could cut the danger of early passing by 66%. Every additional some espresso seemed to diminish the hazard by a quarter, as per