Sunday, March 24, 2019

New ovarian cancer medicine approved for use by NHS Scotland

EDINBURGH: The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has accepted niraparib (Zejula) for use by NHS Scotland for advanced ovarian cancer. The approval of a new drug to treat ovarian cancer in Scotland has been welcomed by...

Secret behind ageing discovered!

WASHINGTON: Some German scientists have found key molecules behind ageing. Researchers from the German Cancer Research Center in Heidelberg discovered for the first time a protein that represents a central switching point in the...

Valued information about sensitivity of tooth

LONDON: Tooth sensitivity is very common and is curable. It is caused due to the stimulation of cells within tubes, causing a short, intense pain when the area is exposed to hot or cold...

Is white rice safe for diabetics?

LONDON: People suffering from diabetes are often told to stop consuming white rice as it is rich in carbs and can instantly up the sugar levels. But, you still can eat white rice if...

5 Amazing health benefits of pears

LONDON: Pears are much more than just a tasty and juicy fruit, they are remarkably nutritious and have some great health benefits to offer. Click here to know more about the amazing benefits of...

Napping reduces stress hormone level

LONDON: Studies have proven that napping reduces stress hormone levels. So, take a break each day from the stresses and reduce your risks, find a quiet, comfortable spot and take a nap. To feel more...

Exercising tips for pregnant women

LONDON: The very first thing is to discuss your exercise regimen with your doctor. Your doctor is going to have the most information about your health issues and any risks that you and your...

More TV viewing linked to risk of blood clots in veins

NEW YORK: A study that followed more than 15,000 people has found that those who reported watching television the most often had the greatest risk for blood clots in their veins compared with those...

Study finds method to detect cancer in diabetic patients

WASHINGTON: Medical researchers in a recent study have identified a way to diagnose pancreatic cancer soon after a patient starts to show the first symptoms of diabetes. Patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer can develop elevated...

NY University study reveals bisexual relationship can break your heart

WASHINGTON: Turns out, for men, being bisexual can be injurious to health. According to a study conducted by the New York University, bisexual men have a higher risk for heart disease compared with heterosexual...