- HealthAir pollution may reduce effectiveness of antibiotic treatment: Study
Air pollution may increase the potential of bacteria that cause respiratory infections to tolerate antibiotic treatment, suggests new research. "This work increases our understanding of how air pollution affects human health," said study lead author Julie Morrissey, Associate Professor at University of Leicester in Britain.HealthResearchers Say New Painkillers Work Without Dangerous Side Effects
Researchers have discovered a new way of developing painkillers that act only on inflamed tissues, while keeping healthy ones unaffected, suggesting that the severe side effects currently associated with these medicines might be avoided.HealthStay acne free this summer with these simple tips
During summers, most people experience sudden acne breakouts on their face, upper back and chin due to excessive sun exposure. Binge on fiber rich food and maintain a proper cleansing routine to keep acne away, says an expert.HealthEasy ways to create a garden at home
Not everyone is able to make up with a green lawn or space to bloom in their gardening tactics. One can use fish pots, glass lamps, balls and bowls to create their own hanging gardens or reuse old furniture as garden desks, suggests an expert.HealthHoli Tips: Try this to keep skin safe from colours
Holi colours can sometime cause irritation, itching, rashes and serious bruises to the skin. Before going out to play Holi, apply a good amount of oil on your body and wear dark full sleeves cotton clothes which will cover your whole body and can protect you from direct harm of colours, says an expert.HealthThe girl that can't be hugged and has skin like butterfly wings
The girl in question, Madisyn Yuhas, hails from Elizabethtown in Pennsylvania, USA and suffers from a rare genetic condition which makes her insufferable as she has to be wrapped in bandages from the neck down to protect her body.HealthFinally, a male contraceptive gel with 100% success rate?
According to experts, the gel blocks the male sperm duct after Valsalgel is injected into the vas deferens - the tube that carries sperm out of the testicles - where it forms an impenetrable gel barrier.HealthGreen tea may help people bone-marrow disorders, says Study
A compound found in green tea could have life saving potential for patients who face often-fatal medical complications associated with bone marrow disorders, says a study.HealthJogging, walking may help reshape damaged heart tissue
Just 30 minutes of running on a treadmill can reshape your damaged heart tissue, researchers have found in a study which proved that exercise could be just as important for the heart health as controlled cholesterol and a healthy diet.HealthHealth tips! Yoga can help relieve back pain
If you are suffering from chronic low back pain, yoga may offer some relief. Researchers have found that patients practicing it for three and six months are likely to experience improvements in back-related function and pain.