Thursday 27th, April 2017
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New bubble technology can shoot drugs deep into tumours

New bubble technology can shoot drugs deep into tumours

Singapore: An international team of scientists have invented a novel, non-invasive and safe method to deliver cancer...

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 Fast food may expose you to harmful chemicals

Fast food may expose you to harmful chemicals

New York:  Love to binge on burgers, pizzas and French fries? Beware, as consuming fast food can expose you to higher... 

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Liver disease risk rises in people with type 2 diabetes: Study

Liver disease risk rises in people with type 2 diabetes: Study

London: A team of British researchers have found that people with type 2 diabetes are at a greater risk of serious liver...

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New molecular marker can predict breast cancer risk

New molecular marker can predict breast cancer risk

New York: Researchers have identified a molecular marker that identifies proliferating cells in normal...

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One-two cup of coffee daily may cut colorectal cancer risk

One-two cup of coffee daily may cut colorectal cancer risk

New York: Drinking black, decaf or even instant coffee daily can lower the risk of developing colorectal cancer, finds a study.

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Make low sugar, high fibre fruit juice at home

Make low sugar, high fibre fruit juice at home

London: Want to drink a tasty fruit juice which is low in sugar and high in fibre? Here is the answer to your prayers...

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Weight loss with protein-rich diet linked to better sleep

Weight loss with protein-rich diet linked to better sleep

New York: Overweight middle-aged adults losing weight with a protein-rich diet are more likely... 

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 Contact lenses may alter eye's natural bacteria, says study

Contact lenses may alter eye's natural bacteria, says study

New York: Do you wear contact lenses every day? A new study has found that contact lenses may alter...

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New drug for prostate cancer found promising

New drug for prostate cancer found promising

New York: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have created a new molecule for prostate cancer that has shown...

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  Weak gut may trigger Type 2 diabetes, obesity

Weak gut may trigger Type 2 diabetes, obesity

New York:  A weak ecosystem of bacteria in human gut due to a poor dietary diversity is likely to trigger...

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Antibiotics can reduce appendicitis surgeries

Antibiotics can reduce appendicitis surgeries

London: Using antibiotics as the primary treatment for appendicitis does not increase the risk for complications...

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Brain injury ups cognitive impairment risk

Brain injury ups cognitive impairment risk

New York: Traumatic brain injury may be related to both increased risk and earlier onset of mild cognitive impairment...

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Beware! Binge drinking can kill you in sleep

Beware! Binge drinking can kill you in sleep

New York: Perceived as a lighthearted, fun and humorous rite among college students, binge drinking...

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Why some people are more prone to anxiety

Why some people are more prone to anxiety

London: People suffering from anxiety perceive the world in a fundamentally different way than others...

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Why some dementia patients lose ability to understand language

Why some dementia patients lose ability to understand language

New York: Greater buildup of a toxic protein found in Alzheimer's disease on the left side of the brain can lead to a rare...

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Aggressive adults experience memory problems later in life

Aggressive adults experience memory problems later in life

New York: If you want to stay sane and not become forgetful in later life, keep calm and relax. A new study has...

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Breakthrough in cancer research could spawn new treatments

Breakthrough in cancer research could spawn new treatments

A new breakthrough in cancer research could lead to a novel form of cancer treatment -- one that is highly...

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Heavy smartphone use can make you depressed

Heavy smartphone use can make you depressed

New York: Glued to your smartphone? A new study has found that addiction to -- and not simply use of -- mobile phones...

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Memory decline, unhealthy feeling can predict early death too

Memory decline, unhealthy feeling can predict early death too

London: Not just chronic medical conditions and unhealthy lifestyle, psychological factors such as decline in memory...

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Older adults more positive about feelings

Older adults more positive about feelings

New York: Adults above 60 have more positive response about feelings such as serenity, sadness and loneliness... 

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