Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Acne, depressed scars! Get rid of the nightmare

If there is one universal skin problem that we all can relate to, it is acne. And scars are something one has to deal with sometime or the other in life. Even though both are...

Cucumber slices for the eyes

Cucumber comprises many essential vitamins and minerals, enough to give you your daily dose of goodness. It contains Thiamine, riboflavin, Vitamin B6 and minerals like calcium and magnesium, which are responsible for various body...

Diabetes curable disease, just need extra care

Medical experts have suggested that Diabetes has become common in people but this disease is curable if the affected person takes care. Meat lovers beware! Higher intake of lamb, beef, pork and poultry may...

Acid attacks NHS publishes guidelines on protection

Incidents of acid attacks in Britain have increased. Witnesses to acid attacks are being told how to help victims, as the number of assaults with corrosive substances continues to rise. Victims can be left blind or severely disfigured,...

Good to be back

Friends; It is good to be back after a few weeks but during these few weeks so many things have happened more bad than good. We just celebrated our Eid and many of you performed...

Colorectal cancer screening should begin at the age of 45

WASHINGTON: According to a recent study, the screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) should begin at 45 years of age to match rising mortality rates in young adults. The research presented at the 25th UEG...

New pill may treat diabetes; help patients shed extra kilos

WASHINGTON: A team of researchers has recently created a new pill that can significantly improve the health of people with diabetes and help to shed those extra kilos from their waistlines. The findings indicated that...

Women at increased risk of heart disease, stroke

NEW DELHI: Statistics indicate that heart diseases and stroke cause one in three female deaths every year around the world, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. Additionally, about 90% of women have one or...

Now, painkillers that cut overdose risk

WASHINGTON: A team of scientists has come up with new opioid pain relievers that not only reduce pain on par with morphine, but also reduce overdose risk. The Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute...

American study suggests drinking red wine beneficial for conceiving

WASHINGTON: A recent study in America has suggested those women who are planning a baby, then drinking red wine at least once a week may boost the chances of conceiving, suggests a recent study....