• Women using Instagram to cope with miscarriage distress: Study(19:56)
    New York, Dec 10 (IANS) Despite its common occurrence, there is still a lot of stigma surrounding miscarriage and many women find that their emotional and psychological needs are unmet as they go through a devastating grieving process. But for some, Instagram has emerged as a tool to cope with such distress, a study says.
How gene linked to autism, Tourette's impacts brain
AI can help doctors identify cancer cells
  • AI can help doctors identify cancer cells(18:16)
    New York, Dec 10 (IANS) Researchers at University of Texas Southwestern have developed a software tool that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to recognize cancer cells from digital pathology images - giving clinicians a powerful way of predicting patient outcomes.
  • Physical illness ups suicide risk in men, not women: Study(16:30)
    New York, Dec 10 (IANS) When it comes to identify who is more at suicide risk, scientists have found that physical illness and injury raises the risk of suicide in men but not women, along with a plethora of other insights into the complex factors that may increase a person's risk of suicide.
Keto diet may fight against Alzheimer's disease
  • Keto diet may fight against Alzheimer's disease(16:16)
    Washington, Dec 10 (IANS) Eating low-carb and high-fat diet can help you fight against Alzheimer's disease, by protect neurons from death during the progression of Alzheimer's disease, according to new research in mice.
  • Machine learning can create meaningful conversations on death(20:02)
    New York, Dec 9 (IANS) Researchers at University of Vermont have used machine learning and natural language processing (NLP) to better understand conversations about death, which could eventually help doctors improve their end-of-life communication.
Lot to speak about: Woman gets tongue made from arm skin
Even one drink a day may increase cancer risk
  • Even one drink a day may increase cancer risk(16:54)
    Tokyo, Dec 9 (IANS) If you thought one-two drinks a day would not do any harm, think again. Researchers in Japan have found that even light alcohol consumption might increase the cancer risk.
New Mediterranean diet lets you eat meat without any guilt
Malaysia launches vaccination campaign after 1st polio infection in 27 years
Forget onions, you'll soon need more food to stay healthy
  • Forget onions, you'll soon need more food to stay healthy(19:22)
    New Delhi, Dec 8 (IANS) As you scramble to buy some onions for your family despite skyrocketing prices, a rising Body Mass Index (BMI) and an increasing body height is leading to a marked increase in global calorie requirements globally, find researchers.
Watching porn rewires brain to more juvenile state: Study
Brain region smaller in birth control pill users: Study
Vigorous exercise lowers mortality risk in women: Study
Blood test can identify people at risk of night-time high BP
  • Blood test can identify people at risk of night-time high BP(19:24)
    New York, Dec 7 (IANS) Researchers have found that a simple blood test can help identify people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) who are at higher risk of cardiovascular problems because of a phenomenon called "reverse dipping" that causes blood pressure to rise rather than lower during sleep.
Odisha CM announces steps for healthcare infra in 6 districts
'Junk DNA' affects risk of inherited cancer: Study
  • 'Junk DNA' affects risk of inherited cancer: Study(14:20)
    London, Dec 7 (IANS) Shedding new light on why some people develop cancer while others do not, a new study has found that a person's risk of developing cancer is affected by genetic variations in regions of DNA that do not code for proteins, previously dismissed as "junk DNA".
Kids born through C-sections not at higher obesity risk
Bowel disease ups serious infections risk: Study
  • Bowel disease ups serious infections risk: Study(20:58)
    Paris, Dec 6 (IANS) Young patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are five times more likely than the general population to develop viral infections that can lead to hospitalisation or permanent organ damage, a new study suggested.
  • Socioeconomic status of dads linked to preterm births(18:50)
    New York, Dec 6 (IANS) Lifelong lower socioeconomic status of fathers, as defined by early life and adulthood neighbourhood income, is a newly identified risk factor for early preterm birth (at less than 34 weeks), said a new study.
Reducing air pollution can prevent early deaths: Study
Domestic abuse victims twice at risk of long-term illnesses