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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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Simple blood test can predict <strong>dementia</strong> risk: Study

Simple blood test can predict dementia risk: Study

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.

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Beat obesity with safe, non-surgical weight loss <strong>treatment</strong>

Beat obesity with safe, non-surgical weight loss treatment

04 Apr 2016

New York: Obese people struggling with weight loss can now opt for safe, minimally invasive, non-surgical weight-loss treatments, finds a new study.

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Australian Batsmen Mete Out Inhuman <strong>Treatment</strong> To Sri Lankan Bowlers In 1st T20

Australian Batsmen Mete Out Inhuman Treatment To Sri Lankan Bowlers In 1st T20

07 Sep 2016

Pallekele: In what could be termed as 'bull in a china shop', the explosive Australian opener Glenn Maxwell blasted a fiery century to help Australia score a world record 263 against Sri Lanka in the first Twenty20 international in Pallekele on Tuesday.

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Nasal spray may treat Alzheimer's disease

Nasal spray may treat Alzheimer's disease

13 Jan 2015

Washington: A nasal spray that contains a man-made form of insulin may improve working memory and other mental capabilities in adults with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's, scientists have found.

Alzheimer's Disease,   nasal spray,   insulin,   memory,   cognitive impairment,   Alzheimer's,   Alzheimer's dementia,   dementia,  
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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Regular aerobic exercise may prevent <strong>dementia</strong>

Regular aerobic exercise may prevent dementia

09 Apr 2014

London: Take up regular aerobic exercise to slow down the advance of dementia and other signs of cognitive decline, a study suggests.

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12-Year-Old Dies On Father's Shoulder After Kanpur Hospital Denies <strong>Treatment</strong>

12-Year-Old Dies On Father's Shoulder After Kanpur Hospital Denies Treatment

30 Aug 2016

Kanpur: A man has alleged that his 12-year-old son died due to negligence of the doctors at JSVM Medical College here, a charge which the hospital authorities have refuted.

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Stress triggers Alzheimer's risk in shy women

Stress triggers Alzheimer's risk in shy women

15 Oct 2014

London: Women who are shy and more sensitive to stress are more likely to develop Alzheimer disease, found a research.

Stress,   Alzheimer's risk,   shy women,   Alzheimer,   dementia,  
Tapeworm Drug May Treat Zika Virus Infection, Suggests Study

Tapeworm Drug May Treat Zika Virus Infection, Suggests Study

30 Aug 2016

Washington: In a breakthrough, scientist have found that existing drug compounds-including one used to treat tapeworm infection-may both stop Zika virus from replicating in the body and from damaging the crucial foetal brain cells that lead to birth defects in newborns. One of the drugs is already on the market as a treatment for tapeworm, researchers said.

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