Friday, January 24, 2020

Stress in pregnant mothers can affect babies’ hearts, says US study

WASHINGTON: According to recent research, knowing that your unborn fetus has congenital heart disease can cause pronounced maternal stress, anxiety, and depression that can lead to impaired development in key brain regions of the babies...

Scientists develop artificial muscle sheets to transform stem cells into bone

WASHINGTON: Scientists have come up with artificial muscle sheets that can transform stem cells into bones. Stem cells are known for their ability to turn into many different types of cells, be they muscle cells,...

Stress in pregnant mothers can affect babies’ hearts, says US study

WASHINGTON: According to recent research, knowing that your unborn fetus has congenital heart disease can cause pronounced maternal stress, anxiety, and depression that can lead to impaired development in key brain regions of the babies...

6 more polio cases surface in Pakistan, 25,000 children missed polio drops in 2019

ISLAMABAD: At least six more victims of the crippling polio virus, including four girls and two boys, have been identified in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Monday. The victims belonged to districts Torghar and Lucky Marwat.

Scientists find technique to prevent deaths due to postpartum haemorrhage

BOSTON: Two recent studies have found out that Uterine Balloon Tamponade (UBT) technique is about 86 per cent effective in maternal death that takes place due to postpartum hemorrhage (PPH). The study was published in...

Your favourite hot beverages might help you lose weight: Study

Washington D.C. , Jan 4 (ANI): A recent research suggests that beverages like tea and coffee consumed for driving away drowsiness might also help people in losing weight. This study conducted by the...

Research shows how diet is connected to mental health

WASHINGTON: Researchers who have conducted a review on the relationship between a healthy diet and its relation to mental health have confirmed how a poor diet can worsen one's mental health. The...

Using e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes at higher risk of stroke

MICHIGAN : A new study has found that young adults that use both e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes are at a higher risk of stroke. The study was published in the journal - American Journal...

Brain can combine natural, artificial vision to help treat common form of blindness

TEL AVIV: A new research has found that the brain knows how to integrate natural and artificial vision while maintaining information processing that is important for the vision which can help in better treatment for...

Study reveals obesity can affect children’s working memory

VERMONT: Obese children have lower working memory in comparison to children with normal weight, a new study has demonstrated.The study published in JAMA Pediatrics and performed at the University of Vermont and Yale University found...