11 Sep 2014
Washington: People with the least common blood type ‘AB’, are more likely to develop thinking and memory problems that can lead to dementia in later years than people with other blood types, says a study.
20 Mar 2015
Wellington: Deadly stomach and breast cancers that are genetically inherited could be treated or even prevented with existing drugs identified by New Zealand cancer researchers.
10 Feb 2015
London: It can perhaps be called ageing with confidence, and no wonder you will if you can stay clear of the many ailments that usually accompany the onset of old age.
13 May 2013
New research shows that dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases are increasingly affecting people from an earlier age.
02 Dec 2013
London: Aspirin is generally known to be useful in preventing heart attacks and strokes, but now researchers believe the humble aspirin could also hold the key to warding off dementia and cancer.
23 Oct 2015
Karachi: PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan yesterday sent a letter to his Indian counterpart expressing disappointment at the treatment meted out to his delegation, which visited Mumbai this week for talks over the possibility of an Indo-Pak bilateral cricket series in December.
10 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Curcuma longa, also known as turmeric, is effective in the treatment of various types of cancer, including breast and ovarian cancer, which has risen 30 percent among women in the last one decade, says a study.
03 Feb 2016
Dubai: Stating that he was forced to retire from international cricket in order to get a NOC to play in the Masters Champions League, veteran West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has warned that such shabby treatment by selectors is a worrying sign for future cricketers.
06 Jun 2016
Washington: Researchers have identified an enzyme that may help protect against the debilitating effects of certain degenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, an advance which could assist in the development of new drugs.
10 Feb 2015
London: Researchers have identified a new biomarker that could predict the risk of developing dementia by a simple blood test. A low level of the biomarker apolipoprotein E in our blood increases the risk of developing dementia in the future, the findings of the study involving 76,000 people showed.