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Why More Blacks Die of Prostate Cancer?

In a telephonic survey of 1,171 prostrate cancer patients, researchers were surprised to note that Black men were more concerned about the impact and cost compared to white men, thus ...

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Duke Scientists Find Tweaked Salmonella to Fight Brain Cancer

Scientists from Duke University have found a strain of salmonella that causes food poisoning but useful in fighting glioblastoma, the most aggressive form of brain cancer. The blood-brain barrier that ...

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Not getting Sleep? Blame it on Pain, Chronic Pain, Belief

There are many individuals who suffer from insomnia or sleeplessness and now researchers blame it on pain or fear among people that they may not get sleep due to pain ...

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Peanut Allergy? Oral Immunotherapy Safe, Effective, says Study

For peanut allergy, oral immunotherapy (OIT) is safe and equally effective as it suppresses allergic immune responses to peanut in children, said a study. The OIT treatment of peanut allergy ...

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India Has 2.1 million HIV Patients, One-third Unaware of it!

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The number of HIV positive patients in India has crossed 2 million but nearly one-third of them are unaware of the fact that they possess the condition, said the Union ...

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Alcohol Wards Off Early Death in Alzheimer’s Patients, Say Puzzled Danish Researchers

In a strange result from a study, consumption of alcohol was found to have warded off an early death in some patients of Alzheimer’s disease, making experts speculate on possible ...

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World AIDS Day: WHO Report Cites China, India, Pakistan in Top 10 Facing Crisis

UNITAID and WHO on Tuesday released a Landscape report that gives projections of the demand for and supply of HIV rapid diagnostic tests for self-testing and summarizes the emerging market ...

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Resveratrol in Red Wine, Chocolates Prevents Alzheimer’s, Insists Researcher

Resveratrol, a compound found in grape skins and red wine is thought to impact Alzheimer’s disease biomarker, said a study reiterating series of research reports which appear often in support ...

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‘Potential’ Treatment for Bedwetting: New Study

When you’re a baby wetting bed is a normal phenomenon. Your mommy knows that you’re too tiny to understand that the deed needs to be done in the bathroom. However, ...

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Add Hot Chillies in Food to Reduce Weight, Among Many Other Benefits: Study

Hot chillies in food, especially in South Indian and Punjabi dishes is a sense of taste as well as sour for many but new studies have found that chillies do ...

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‘Pill on a string’ Can Identify Oesophageal (Gullet) Cancer: New Study

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have found a new method that will help the doctors to identify oesophageal cancer (gullet cancer) easily. Barrett’s oesophagus – a state where cells ...

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A Little Alcohol is Actually Good as It Heals Chronic Pain: New Study

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Alcohol consumption is always associated with harm to human health. Damaging liver, intervening with the actions of brain, high blood pressure and stroke are some of the known negative effects ...

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Turmeric with Omega-3 Prevents Onset of Diabetes, Says Indian Origin Scientist

  An Indian originscientist from the University of Newcastle’s Nutraceuticals Research Group has found that curcumin in turmeric in combinatin with Omega-3 can delay type-2 diabetes and even prevent it ...

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Twin Benefits of Diabetes Medicine: Controls Sugar and Fat Too

Researchers have found that a drug called ‘Liraglutide’ that is meant for diabetes control can also non-diabetes but obese people to lose weight as well as keep off diabates. Researchers ...

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Acute asthma stops responding to treatment: Study

According to a new research, patients suffering from acute asthma fail to react to the mainstay treatment of the disease – high doses of corticosteroids, which work perfectly in low ...

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Focus on Shingles as Sanjit Bedi’s Death Sends Shockwaves

TV actor Sanjit Bedi, who played Dr.Omi in “Sanjeevni” died of shingles, a deadly diseasse similar to chickenpox, amking the entire film industry wake up to the reality that such ...

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Daily Aspirin Mantra Acts on Breast Cancer too, Says Study

Aspirin has long been seen as an anti-coagulent and heart-friendly medicine but now studies show that a daily dose of aspirin may curb the growth of breast cancer or tumour. ...

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Srivari Chandrashekar appointed IICT – Hyderabad Director

Hyderabad-based CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) has announced the appointment of its chief scientist and well-known figure Dr. Srivari Chandrashekar as the director, to push for a sysnthesis in ...

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Diabetes Under Control Reduces Heart Attack Risk by 17%: Study

Using drugs or by following a strict regimen and exercise, diabetes can be controlled and results in reduced risk of heart diseases or strokes, say researchers. Day in and day ...

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Sleeplessness is the Missing Link to Alzheimer’s Disease: UC Study

Scientists from the University of Columbia, Berkeley believe that sleeplessness leads to memory loss as a deficit of the deep, restorative slumber needed to hit the save button on memories ...

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