Friday, December 14, 2018
A Non-Governmental Organisation, Blue Baby Support Initiative, in a report released on Wednesday to mark the World Pre-maturity Day, described Nigeria as a country with the third highest number of premature births in the world.The organisation put the number...
A new research has suggested that eating  chocolate, and drinking coffee or tea and wine and coffee could help people live longer.Findings from the research also showed that it is important to combine them with a zinc supplement. It...
The American Heart Associating in a study carried out recently, has said that consuming just one energy drink may be detrimental to blood vessel function. The study, according to medicalnewstoday.com, tested blood vessel function in non-smoking, young, healthy adults and...
A new study has suggested that women who wait just for a short time to get pregnant after giving birth may put themselves and their unborn children in danger. According to a report published by Reuters, the study was part...
Tall people are at greater risk of getting cancer, with the danger rising by around 10 per cent for every 10cm above the average height, a study has found. Researchers said that being taller increases the risk of contracting cancer...
Sunlight really may be the best disinfectant, as letting light into a house kills off the bacteria in household dust. Letting natural light into a room destroys around half of living bacteria in dust, a study has found. Sunshine could eradicate...
Some people opt for diet drinks and artificial sweeteners to reduce their sugar intake, however a new study has suggested that doing so puts them at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A group of scientists presenting their findings at...
The devastating Zika virus could be used in the fight against brain cancer, a recent medical report said on Friday. The report was published on Tuesday by researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch, who have been researching into...
Researchers in a new study have said that fever makes the bodies more resilient to cancer by increasing and strengthening a particular group of cells in the immune system. According to medicalnewstoday.com, the finding may exist for now at a...
A new generation of broadly neutralising antibodies provides a novel approach to treating Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) infection.The research group of Prof Florian Klein, Director of the Institute of Virology at the University Hospital Cologne and scientist at the...