Sunday, December 16, 2018

Researchers develop new blood test to detect signs of pancreatic cancer

WASHINGTON: Resear-chers have developed a new blood test which could rapidly detect signs of pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer is tough to cure because it is usually not discovered until it has reached an advanced...

Walk your way to pregnancy

WASHINGTON: Having trouble conceiving? Walking may aid your chance of becoming pregnant, according to a study. The research was conducted by Lindsey Russo and her advisor Brian Whitcomb of the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Russo...

Here’s how dementia patients can live a better life

LONDON: Good relationships, social engagement, better everyday functioning, good physical and mental health, and high-quality care have been identified as some crucial factors linked to better quality of life for people with dementia, according...

One gram fish oil a day keeps osteoarthritis pain away

WASHINGTON: If you are suffering from osteoarthritis, a low-dose supplement of fish oil could help you ease out the pain, finds a study. Researchers from the University of Surrey examined the link between diet...

Consuming more water important for kidney patients

WASHINGTON: Making patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) drink more water does not slow down the decline of their kidney function, suggests a recent research. "Despite widespread beliefs, little scientific data exists on the...

Intense exercise may cause motor neurone disease

WASHINGTON: Vigorous physical activity could heighten the risk of developing motor neurone disease - also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) - suggests a study. The "new class 1 evidence" prompts the researchers to...

Caffeine always relates to various health complications

WASHINGTON: Caffeine has always been related to various health complications for an adult. However, turns out, it affects the unborn child of caffeine consumers as well. According to an observational study, exposure to moderate to...

Why healthily obese people want to slim down?-answer is here…

WASHINGTON: According to a study conducted by the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, people who are 30 pounds or more overweight may want to slim down a bit even if they don't have high...

New study shows smoking and boozing boost ‘atrial’ fibrillation

WASHINGTON: Smoking and drinking are two lifestyle habits that get a lot of negative criticism for a good reason. Giving up on these can be a challenge for many, but doing that can decrease...

Low Vitamin ‘D’ levels linked with greater risk of diabetes

WASHINGTON: Lack of Vitamin D is putting you at greater risk of diabetes, finds a research. Researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and Seoul National University studied a cohort...