- HealthUS scientists create New 3D bio-printed digital patch may heal damaged heart tissue
US scientists have created a revolutionary digital three dimensional (3D) bio-printed patch that can help heal scarred heart tissue in patients after a heart attack. During a heart attack, a person loses blood flow to the heart muscle, causing the cells to die.HealthResearchers finds Vaccine-chemotherapy may boost survival in brain cancer patients
A combination of vaccine and chemotherapy sessions may help improve both progression-free survival and overall survival rates for patients suffering from glioblastoma -- a malignant tumour affecting the brain or spine, researchers say.HealthMP cop Daulatram Jogawat lost 15 kg in a month, resumes duty
The MP cop underwent bariatric surgery at Saifee Hospital in Mumbai after which he has shed about 15-kg in a month and have also resumed duty and recovering fast.HealthWorld’s heaviest woman Eman Ahmed lost 250 kg in just two months
In just two months, world’s heaviest woman has dropped down her body size to half and lost about 250 kg in just two months.HealthWorld’s heaviest woman lost 250 kg in just two months
In just two months, world’s heaviest woman has dropped down her body size to half and lost about 250 kg in just two months.HealthResearchers finds New technology may preserve fertility of boys with cancer
US scientists have found a promising way to preserve sperm stem cells that could enable boys to undergo cancer treatment without risking their fertility. Adult men can have their sperm frozen before undergoing radiation or chemotherapy -- cancer treatment that can render sperm infertile.FashionKoovs brings line inspired by Mickey, Minnie Mouse
A fashion line featuring Disney's popular characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse has been brought alive courtesy an association between online fashion destination Koovs.com and Disney.HealthStudy: Your kid's hands maybe full of harmful nicotine
If you are a smoker, chances are that your children may be exposed to significant levels of nicotine on their hands just by coming into contact with items or surfaces contaminated with tobacco smoke residues, researchers have found.HealthHow much good fat is a good amount?
Body weight plays a significant role in how much benefit children may get from consuming "good" fats, a new research suggests. Consumption of omega-3 fatty acids -- found naturally in foods including salmon, walnuts and soybeans -- has shown to lower blood pressure and increase good cholesterol (HDL) in children eight to 15 years old.HealthStudy finds Grey hair linked with increased heart disease risk in men
Atherosclerosis, build-up of fatty material inside the arteries, and hair greying share similar mechanisms such as impaired DNA repair, oxidative stress, inflammation, hormonal changes and senescence of functional cells.