Your body’s ‘bomb squad’ can protect your brain against tumors

Researchers have found how a molecule can help counter certain types of brain tumors by identifying and 'disarming' harmful proteins that are responsible for...
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Manipal Hospitals to buy Medanta for Rs 5,800 cr

Manipal Hospitals is set to acquire Medanta for Rs 5,800 crore, as reported by the Economic Times. Medanta's promotors cardiac surgeon Naresh Trehan, his family...
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World AIDS Day: India lags behind in the war on HIV

Just as the countries all across the globe join hands to commemorate World AIDS Day under the theme “Know Your Status”,  India needs to know...
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Google’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help prediction of lung cancer

San Francisco, May 21 (IANS) A team of Google researchers has used a deep-learning algorithm to detect lung cancer accurately from computed scans. The work demonstrates...

New study shows artificial sweeteners have toxic effects on our gut microbes

The Food and Drug and Administration of America had previously approved artificial sweeteners and sport supplements that have been now found to be toxic...
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Benefits of drinking coffee: It improve bowel movement

San Diego, May 20 (IANS) Drinking coffee keeps the bowels moving because it changes gut bacteria and improves ability of intestines to contract, find researchers. Researchers,...

New experimental drug may reverse hair loss and skin damage

The results of a new series of investigations done by scientists from John Hopkins suggest that a new experimental compound may help achieve successful...

5 signs that can help in early diagnosis of ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer primarily occurs when the cells in the ovary begin to multiply and tend towards forming a tumor. In the event of these...

New strategy may aide early detection of Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers have had a lot of difficulties in finding an effective way to identify people with mild cognitive impairment who are at a high...
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Increase Prices to Reduce Tobacco Use, WHO to Governments

Recent report by WHO has suggested the government to increase excise duty and taxes on cigarettes to discourage young adults from consuming tobacco.