Highs and lows of being a ‘night-owl’

Previous studies have shown that people who frequently stay up until the early hours of the morning are placing their health and well-being at...

Prevailing test misses detecting diabetes

A new study presented at US Endocrine Society’s annual meeting says that prevailing hemoglobin A1c blood test to diagnose diabetes often fails to detect...

Scientists print 3D heart

In what could be a major medical breakthrough, researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel have ‘printed’ the world's first 3D engineered heart with...

Women gain weight when job demands are high

Researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden the predisposition of women to gain weight from pressures at the workplace have concluded that high...

Season for outbreak of infectious disease

As the saying, ‘there is a season for everything’ implies, it now appears that infectious diseases too have a season of their own. Most...

Indian Medical Expo to be held on 17 and 18 March

The Indian Embassy will be holding a high-profile Indian medical exhibition at the Radisson Blu Hotel on the 17 and 18 of March, which...

Blood plasma, a potential baldness treatment

Going bald as they age may seem to be a fact of life for many men and women, but that could very well change...

World-Class research is gradually winning the war against cancer

Cancer is one of the key health challenges facing the world today, and is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality. There were 9.6...

Gene therapy could help regain sight

Currently people who become blind due to degeneration of the retina in the eye have only one option — electronic eye implants. Neuroscientists at...

Household toxins linked to multiple disorders in children

Children living in homes that have toxic chemicals on the floors and furniture are exposed to higher concentrations of harmful semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs)...

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