Tuesday, September 17, 2019

HRT breast cancer risk ‘bigger and lasts longer’ than thought

LONDON: The risk of breast cancer from hormonal replacement therapy (HRT) for the menopause is double what women are currently being told, according to a major piece of research, By Nicola Slawson writes for Huffpost However,...

Fathers’ relationship with daughter influences her puberty age: Study

WASHINGTON: A young girl's relationship with her family, especially with her father, may influence at what age she enters puberty, says a study. The study published in the journal -- Personality and...

Acne patients have significant risk of developing depression

WASHINGTON: Researchers found that patients with acne had a significantly increased risk of developing major depression, but only in the first five years after being diagnosed with acne. The British Journal of Dermatology analysed data...

Use of digital technology not linked to mental health: Study

WASHINGTON: A recent study has revealed that spending more time on smartphones is in no way related to mental health. The study was published in the journal -- Clinical Psychological Science. The...

Researchers reveal how diabetes can elevate cancer risk in sufferers

WASHINGTON: The researchers have identified the reason why people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of developing some forms of cancer. The study to be presented at the 'American...

Men more likely to victim-blame women, show empathy for perpetrators

WASHINGTON: Men perhaps are more likely to victim-blame women who are sexually harassed because they may be more empathetic with the perpetrators, suggests research. The research, based on two studies, compared people's reactions after reading...

Children with mild asthma can use inhalers as needed: Study

WASHINGTON: Researchers suggest that children with mild asthma can effectively manage the condition by using their two inhalers, one steroid, and the other bronchodilator when symptoms occur. This is in contrast to the...

Scientist developing wearable sensors to sniff out health problems from sweat!

WASHINGTON: Scientists are developing a wearable skin sensor that can detect what is in your sweat. They hope that monitoring perspiration could bypass the need for more invasive procedures like blood draws, and provide real-time...

Research discloses how stress can curb eating desire

WASHINGTON: Researchers have discovered a neurocircuit in mice that, when activated, increased their stress levels while decreasing their desire to eat. The scientists believe their research could aid efforts to develop treatments...

Diet impacts emotional well-being in women more than men

WASHINGTON: Women may require a more nutrient-rich diet for their emotional well-being as compared to men, suggests a study. The study was published in the journal 'Nutritional Neuroscience.' Evidence suggests that anatomical and...