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'Smart' glasses for 'lazy eye' <strong>treatment</strong> in children

'Smart' glasses for 'lazy eye' treatment in children

16 Nov 2015

Washington: The revolutionary programmable electronic glasses can help improve vision in children just as well as the more traditional treatment using eye patches, a new study on 'lazy eye' disease has found.

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Exercise may boost brain function in <strong>dementia</strong>

Exercise may boost brain function in dementia

04 Dec 2013

Toronto: Exercise may benefit older people with dementia by improving their cognitive functioning and ability to carry out everyday activities, according to new research.

dementia,   brain function in dementia,   exercise necessary in dementia,  cure for dementia,  
My <strong>treatment</strong> is bad sign for future cricketers: Shivnarine Chanderpaul

My treatment is bad sign for future cricketers: Shivnarine Chanderpaul

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.

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PCB expresses disappointment over BCCI's <strong>treatment</strong>

PCB expresses disappointment over BCCI's treatment

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.

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Poor sleep may lead to <strong>dementia</strong>: Study

Poor sleep may lead to dementia: Study

11 Dec 2014

Washington: People who have sleep apnea or spend less time in deep sleep may be more likely to have changes in the brain that are associated with dementia, a new study has warned.

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Poor sleep may lead to <strong>dementia</strong>: Study

Poor sleep may lead to dementia: Study

11 Dec 2014

New York: Having proper sleep every night may protect your brain from degeneration as researchers have found that people who have sleep apnea or spend less time in deep sleep are at increased risk of dementia.

sleep,   brain,   sleep apnea,   dementia,   brain,   poor sleep,  
Breakthrough in genetic cancer <strong>treatment</strong>

Breakthrough in genetic cancer treatment

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.

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High blood sugar may lower risk of benign brain tumours

High blood sugar may lower risk of benign brain tumours

22 Jun 2016

Washington: In a surprise finding, scientists have discovered that benign brain tumours that have previously been tied to obesity and diabetes are less likely to emerge in people with high blood sugar.

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Healthy living push old age beyond 60: Study

Healthy living push old age beyond 60: Study

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.

Healthy living,   old age,   ageing,   cancer,   dementia,  
AB blood type more likely to develop <strong>dementia</strong> risk

AB blood type more likely to develop dementia risk

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.

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