Skin (otherwise called dermatological) diseases along with respiratory (breathing) and gastrointestinal (food related and its ingestion) disorders are the commonest illnesses that somehow and somewhere and at any time, we will all get either as individuals or together as...
*Scientists reverse ageing-associated skin wrinkles, hair loss in mouse model Most people with spinal cord injury are paralyzed from the injury site down, even when the cord isn’t completely severed. Why don’t the spared portions of the spinal cord keep...
Cancers fueled by obesity are on the rise among young adults in the United States and appearing at increasingly younger ages, according to an analysis released Monday by the American Cancer Society. The study, published in The Lancet Public Health,...
THE Shoulder-stand called Sorvangasana in Sanskrit is said to be one of the best asanas, postures. Although it is a common sight to see it done in gyms, schools and health clubs without it coupled with deep breathing it...
Despite recommendations from doctors and pharmacist around the world, vitamin D supplements do not benefit bone health. The conclusion follows one of the largest reviews ever of vitamin D.<!--more-- The authors of the study are urging physicians, prescribers and...
*Chinese tree compound helps destroy pancreatic tumours *Fish oil diets could slow spread of malignant mammary cells *Drug slashes ovarian tumour relapse in 63.3% of patients *Blasting prostate growth with radiotherapy increases survival *Switching to healthy diet extends colorectal sufferers’ livesIt is good...
Coconut oil has been all the rage for some time. Endorsed by a number of celebrities as a superfood, this tropical-smelling fat — often liberally applied to our skin and scalps — is a favorite of many. But the...
*Researchers unveil heart monitor powered by sunlight Delaying pregnancy may increase the risk of cardiovascular disease in both women and their children, with boys at higher risk of disease, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of...
The World Health Organisation says insufficient physical activity is a leading risk factor for non-communicable disease, negatively impacting mental health and overall quality of life.A newly released study published in The Lancet Global Health journal on Wednesday, highlighted the...
People who survive the deadly Ebola virus can continue to suffer severe psychiatric and neurological problems including depression, debilitating migraines, nerve pain and stroke, according to a study. Researchers who analysed patients infected during the 2014 to 2016 Ebola outbreak...