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Intense workout may reduce tumour growth: Study

Intense workout may reduce tumour growth: Study

18 Feb 2016

London: The surge of adrenaline that comes with a high-intensity workout may help reduce tumour growth by moving cancer-killing immune cells towards lung, liver or skin tumours, a new study in mice suggests.

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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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 Has Aamir Khan flown to US for <strong>treatment</strong> of his injury?

Has Aamir Khan flown to US for treatment of his injury?

28 Nov 2015

Mumbai: Aamir Khan took off for the US late Thursday night within hours of his arrival from New Delhi. The actor had been shooting in Haryana for his film, 'Dangal'.

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Anti-retoviral therapy can help HIV positive person live normal lifespan: Expert

Anti-retoviral therapy can help HIV positive person live normal lifespan: Expert

01 Dec 2015

Visakhapatnam: The modern anti-retoviral therapy (ART) has changed the course of treatment of HIV disease as the person diagnosed with the disease at an early age can live a normal lifespan, if the therapy is started promptly, a medical expert claimed today.

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Perfect pancakes can help treat glaucoma!

Perfect pancakes can help treat glaucoma!

08 Feb 2016

London: What has pancake to do with glaucoma? According to researchers, understanding the textures and patterns of pancakes can help them improve surgical methods for treating glaucoma.

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New device simulates tears to treat 'dry eyes'

New device simulates tears to treat 'dry eyes'

11 Dec 2015

Washington: Scientists have developed a tiny device to electronically stimulate tear production, which could help sufferers of dry eye syndrome, one of the most common eye diseases in the world.

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Yoga may reduce side effects of prostate cancer <strong>treatment</strong>

Yoga may reduce side effects of prostate cancer treatment

17 Nov 2015

New York: Practicing yoga can improve quality of life of men with prostate cancer who are undergoing radiation therapy, says a new study led by an Indian-origin researcher.

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Parkash Singh Badal discharged from hospital

Parkash Singh Badal discharged from hospital

03 Feb 2016

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, who was admitted in PGIMER for treatment of chest congestion and fever, was today discharged from the hospital after having made a "remarkable" recovery.

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Depression, diabetes tied to high <strong>dementia</strong> risk

Depression, diabetes tied to high dementia risk

16 Apr 2015

New York: Individuals diagnosed with either depression or diabetes, or both, are at increased risk of dementia compared with people who have neither condition, says a new study.

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Bombay High Court asks Railways to bear cost of <strong>treatment</strong> to abandoned kid

Bombay High Court asks Railways to bear cost of treatment to abandoned kid

27 Oct 2015

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today directed the Western Railway to bear the medical expenses of a one-month old child who was found abandoned in a train at Virar Railway station two days back.

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