Washington, March 10: A simple blood test has the potential to predict whether a healthy person would develop symptoms of dementia within two or three years, a promising research shows.
London, March 10: Is your kid suffering from asthma and wheezing disorders?
New York, March 10: There’s good news for patients suffering from cervical cancer, the second most common cancer in women.
London, March 10: The change in your bowel pattern or abdominal pain has more to do with your diet and balance of beneficial and harmful gut bacteria than with your mood, studies show.
London, Mar.10: Scientists have discovered origin of the “bad” kind of fat found in the body that’s linked with heart disease, cancer and other serious obesity-related illnesses, even though people carrying it can look slim.
New Delhi, March 10: Pegging the worldwide figure close to five to six million, health experts blame tobacco to be the number one cause of preventable deaths across the entire population, especially youth.
Washington, March 10: A new study has found that advertisements that give a reason to smokers to quit are more successful in terms of persuasion than messages that explain how to go about it.
Washington, March 10: Researchers have said that recent development in stem cell research could help treat degenerative disc disease.
Washington, March 10: In a major breakthrough in the world of medical research, researchers claimed to have developed a way to identify people at high risk of cognitive decline or Alzheimer’s within 3 years through a simple blood test.