Tuesday 23rd, October 2018
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Mother-daughter conflict ups suicide risk in abused teen girls: Study

Mother-daughter conflict ups suicide risk in abused teen girls: Study

New York: Teenage girls who were maltreated during their childhood are more likely to entertain suicidal...

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Novel wearable ultrasound patch monitors BP inside body

Novel wearable ultrasound patch monitors BP inside body

New York: Scientists have developed a new wearable ultrasound patch that non-invasively monitors....

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Mental health may not ruin teenagers' friendships: Study

Mental health may not ruin teenagers' friendships: Study

New York: Teenagers with similar levels of mental health issues such as anxiety and depression are more likely ....

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Even low levels of antibiotics in chicken can cause bacterial resistance

Even low levels of antibiotics in chicken can cause bacterial resistance

New York: Even negligible levels of antibiotics in chicken blood can cause bacterial resistance and sicken people...

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Blood type O ups risk of death from serious injury

Blood type O ups risk of death from serious injury

Tokyo: New research has found that people with blood type O may be at increased risk of dying from severe trauma....

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Australian university research holds out hope for thalassemia patients

Australian university research holds out hope for thalassemia patients

Sydney: Researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia, have used CRISPR....

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Scientists identify 36 new genes implicated in cardiac disease

Scientists identify 36 new genes implicated in cardiac disease

New York: Researchers have identified 36 new genes that plays a causal role in cardiac hypertrophy....

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Brisk walking may reduce heart failure risk in older women

Brisk walking may reduce heart failure risk in older women

New York: Older women who find it difficult to hit the gym or follow a workout routine may now ward off their risk... 

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Heart attack symptoms in women often misinterpreted: Study

Heart attack symptoms in women often misinterpreted: Study

New York: Young women who report heart attack symptoms such as indigestion, shortness of breath, palpitations ....

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Eating yogurt may reduce risk of heart diseases

Eating yogurt may reduce risk of heart diseases

New York: Higher intake of yogurt may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease among hypertensive men and women...

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Cervical Cancer Screening

Cervical Cancer Screening

January is the month for cervical cancer awareness.

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How gut bacteria, broccoli can help keep bowel cancer away

How gut bacteria, broccoli can help keep bowel cancer away

Singapore: Researchers have developed a cocktail of bacteria and cruciferous vegetables that can potentially....

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  Protein linked to postpartum depression identified

Protein linked to postpartum depression identified

New York: Researchers have found that a protein regulating a system in the brain that mediates physiological ...

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Arthritis drug may be new hope for skin cancer

Arthritis drug may be new hope for skin cancer

London: Combining the treatment for the most deadly form of skin cancer with a common anti-rheumatic drug...

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Blood test for multiple sclerosis comes closer

Blood test for multiple sclerosis comes closer

London: Researchers have found that multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease of the brain and spinal cord, can be detected ...

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Artificial heart patch could repair damage after cardiac attack

Artificial heart patch could repair damage after cardiac attack

New York: Researchers have developed a functioning artificial human heart muscle large enough to patch over damage....

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On Account of ‘World Diabetes Day’, Manipal Hospitals Launches Blue Messenger and fight against 7 ‘S’ Campaign

On Account of ‘World Diabetes Day’, Manipal Hospitals Launches Blue Messenger and fight against 7 ‘S’ Campaign

Bengaluru: In a bid to educate and create awareness about diabetes, Blue Messenger ....

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Reflux drugs may up kidney disease risk

Reflux drugs may up kidney disease risk

New York: Regular use of drugs that are commonly used to treat heartburn, acid reflux and ulcers may increase... 

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Drinking coffee may cut death risk in kidney disease patients

Drinking coffee may cut death risk in kidney disease patients

London: Want to live longer? Charge up on your cup of coffee. According to a study, caffeine consumption may prolong...

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Inadequate physical activity may boost genetic risk of obesity

Inadequate physical activity may boost genetic risk of obesity

London: Researchers have found that low levels of physical activity and inefficient sleep patterns may intensify....

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