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  • Breast cancer drug linked to brain malfunction
    HealthBreast cancer drug linked to brain malfunction

    A breast cancer drug reveals side-effects, including mood disturbances and memory issues, that impact the brain function in both humans and animals, say researchers.

    1 year ago
  • Glitter on your Christmas cake may not be edible
    FoodGlitter on your Christmas cake may not be edible

    Are you planning to use decorative glitter and dust on your Christmas cake? If so, take note. Some of them are not meant to be eaten, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned.

    1 year ago
  • Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016: All you need to know
    Lifestyle NewsSurrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016: All you need to know

    The Lok Sabha has passed the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill 2016 according to which infertile Indian couples who are legally married for at least five years can go for altruistic surrogacy. Surrogacy is a medical arrangement where a couple commissions a woman to carry their child.

    1 year ago
  • Your better sleep depends on colleagues behaviours: Study
    HealthYour better sleep depends on colleagues behaviours: Study

    If you are facing troubles in getting a good peaceful sleep then you can blame it on your co-worker who is rude, uses sarcastic comments and demeaning language. A study has found that bad behaviour at the workplace can directly affect sleep of both the victim and co-worker.

    1 year ago
  • Experimental HIV vaccine emerged successful in monkeys: Study
    HealthExperimental HIV vaccine emerged successful in monkeys: Study

    For long time, health experts have been working hard to find vaccines for HIV infection. In an attempt a team of scientists have found that an experimental HIV vaccine was effective in monkeys. The aim of the vaccine strategy is to identify the rare, vulnerable areas on HIV and teach the immune system to make antibodies to attack those areas.

    1 year ago
  • World AIDS Day 2018: Here's why people avoid HIV tests
    HealthWorld AIDS Day 2018: Here's why people avoid HIV tests

    Like every year, World AIDS Day 2018 will be celebrated on December 1. This year, UNAIDS is focusing on HIV testing and its importance. In this article, we will give you major reasons people avoid HIV test.

    1 year ago
  • These common symptoms could indicate stomach cancer
    HealthThese common symptoms could indicate stomach cancer

    Stomach cancer, normally, does not come with common symptoms. But, sometimes it can be dangerous because a few early symptoms feel like common, daily affair. In this article, we will mention some very common symptoms which can also indicate that you are at the risk of stomach cancer. If you're experiencing any of these then, it's time to check in with a gastroenterologist.

    1 year ago
  • As India fails to clean up its air, China is winning war on pollution
    HealthAs India fails to clean up its air, China is winning war on pollution

    While New Delhi and other Indian cities choke amid worsening air conditions and half-hearted government measures, neighbouring China -- the world's largest polluter -- is slowly winning its war against pollution.

    1 year ago
  • Experts tips for running during winters
    HealthExperts tips for running during winters

    Outdoor jogging, exercising or running during winter needs great care and attention. Though the chiller part of the year is a highly beneficial for your health, yet you should take some precautions in order to ensure that you don’t put yourself in harm’s way.

    1 year ago
  • World Pneumonia Day 2018: Here's why India needs Pneumonia vaccine campaign
    HealthWorld Pneumonia Day 2018: Here's why India needs Pneumonia vaccine campaign

    It's World Pneumonia Day today! Yes, every year on November 12, the day is observed to awareness about pneumonia, following, protection, prevention and treatment of this deadly disease. This year, the theme of this important day is "“Stop Pneumonia: Invest in Child Health”.

    1 year ago