‘Grandmother’ cells could help with jet lag

A new study done on mice shows that scientists might be one step closer in finding a “cure” for jet lag. When the “master clock”...

E-cigarettes and tobacco products can increase the risk of oral cancer

A new study called “Nicotine and Carcinogen Exposure by Tobacco Product Type and Dual-Use” was presented at the 96th General Session of the International...

New research on dairy products proves them good for health

Including full-fat milk, yogurt, cheese and butter in your diet might not actually be bad for you, claims a new research done by the...

National Health Resource Repository aims to digitise health records for all citizens

The NHRR (National Health Resource Repository) project is the country’s first ever healthcare establishment census to collect all kinds of data regarding from private...

Why Should You Drink Purified Water

Drinking pure water is a basic need of everyone and nowadays clean water for drinking is not available. Agricultural practices, industrialization, urbanization, domestic practices,...

Dehydration can alter brain’s shape, slow you down

A new research done by scientists from Georgia Institute of Technology (GIT) reports that dehydration can lead to swelling of parts of our brains,...

Structured exercise programs could reduce mobility loss in the elderly

Immobility in the elderly is often the reason behind low independence and quality of life. It also increases the risk of falls and chronic...

New cancer vaccine against melanoma tested by scientists

An experimental cancer vaccine that can up our immune system's ability to fight cancers could work in pair with other cancer therapies to combat...

Heart scans cut attack rates and save lives, finds new study

A new research suggests that heart scans for patients that experience chest pains could cut attack rates and also save thousands of lives. The...

Indian Medical Association disallows dentists to practice mainstream medical

The Ministry of Heath and Family Welfare, who was seeking nod from the IMA (Indian Medical Association) to let dentists practice in mainstream medical,...