30 Jun 2015
Washington: A new technique that uses Twitter data can discover potentially dangerous drug interactions and unknown side-effects even before doctors and researchers have heard of them, scientists say.
20 Jun 2015
New Delhi: “You cannot always control what goes on outside. But you can always control what goes on inside,” is a much apt statement made by famous motivational speaker Wayne Dyer. His statement makes it clear that why doing Yoga is efficient than Gym. Gyming helps you tone your muscle, while Yoga is the 'union of body with the soul' that can be achieved by just practising few asanas.
22 Apr 2015
London: The reason why women in general are more sensitive than men to adverse effects of drugs could be due to the different ways the drugs affect males and females at cellular levels, says a new research.
19 May 2015
New Delhi: Regular use of the common painkiller aspirin may help slow the progression of early emphysema, a lung disease that primarily causes shortness of breath, says a new study.
06 Apr 2015
London: The harmful effects of maternal smoking during pregnancy may be reflected in the facial movements of babies in the womb, according to researchers who studied 4-D ultrasound scans of foetuses.
09 Mar 2015
Washington: People who quit smoking have improved metabolic effects, shows a new study. The results were presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in San Diego.
01 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Measures announced in general and rail budget will be effective from Wednesday. While few things such as platform ticket, eating out will become costlier where as decisions like induction of women director in boards of NSE listed firms will empower fairer gender.
26 May 2015
Washington: Opening up the possibility for early diagnosis of ovarian cancer, scientists have identified genetic material that distinguishes its cells from normal cells.
14 May 2015
New York: Using smartphones as you run or walk on the treadmill lowers the intensity of the exercise, resulting in overall less health benefits, says a study.
01 Jan 2015
Melbourne: Just an hour of exercise thrice a week can help people with Parkinson's disease improve their balance and even reduce risk of falling down in people with early stage of the disease, new research says.