Saturday, October 20, 2018

Inadequate sleep may fuel cardiovascular diseases in men

WASHINGTON: Men who sleep five hours or less per night have twice the risk of developing a major cardiovascular event during the following two decades than those who sleep seven to eight hours, according...

Women with heart diseases should give birth within 40 weeks

WASHINGTON: Pregnant women with heart disease are recommended to give birth no later than 40 weeks of gestation. A study by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Guidelines has recommended such practice. "Beyond 40...

New study says two drugs in one pill to transform blood pressure treatment

WASHINGTON: Turns out, a single pill with two drugs has the ability to change the treatment of a patient with fluctuating blood pressure. A recent study by European Society of Cardiology has confirmed it. The...

8 things you are not aware of wrinkles

Like death and taxes, they're impossible to avoid. Walk into any drugstore and you'll be bombarded with legions of creams, lotions and serums all promising to erase or prevent the most dreaded of skin...

Study provides insight into development of lung cancer

WASHINGTON: Lung cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells that start off in one or both lungs; usually in the cells that line the air passages.  One of the leading causes of preventable...

New study reveals body mass index linked to blood pressure

WASHINGTON: According to a new study, body mass index and blood pressure are positively associated, according to a new study. In the ongoing study of 1.7 million Chinese men and women being conducted by...

Research explores relationship between fever and cancer occurrence

WASHINGTON: In a new study, scientists have explored the relationship between fever and cancer incidence. The recurring patterns in patient accounts suggest the existence of an inverse relationship between the history of infectious fever...

Eyes can provide early sign of Parkinson’s disease

WASHINGTON: Turns out, eyes play a crucial role for people with Parkinson's disease. People with the disease gradually lose brain cells that produce dopamine, a substance that helps control movement. Now, a new study has...

Hookah or cigarette, what’s more harmful?

WASHINGTON: The debate on whether smoking a cigarette or Hookah is more harmful has been an endless one. However, researchers may have finally found an answer to the same. Researchers at the University of California,...

Eating crickets is good for your guts!

WASHINGTON: Eating cricket insects can now help support the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, which in turn reduces inflammation in the body, finds a study. "There is a lot of interest right now in edible...