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  • Sleeping pills are linked to blood pressure issues: See how
    HealthSleeping pills are linked to blood pressure issues: See how

    It is true that there are certain medications which lead to the rise of high blood pressure issues. Health experts say that people who sleep five hours or less a night may be at higher risk of developing high blood pressure. Therefore, they are prescribed to take sleeping pills on regular basis. But do you know, consumption of sleeping pills is also linked to blood pressure problems?

    5 months ago
  • These brain area acts for addiction: Check yours
    Science NewsThese brain area acts for addiction: Check yours

    A new study reveals that there is a special area in our brain which plays a crucial role in addiction. The cerebellum, a large part of the human brain is believed to be primarily involved in motor control, which determines our social behaviour like cognitive functions, such as language, learning, and attention.

    7 months ago
  • 2019 predictions for science and medicine: Here's what experts say
    Science News2019 predictions for science and medicine: Here's what experts say

    2018 has been a great year for science and medicine and we are expecting major development in 2019 as well. We asked a host of experts in the field of science and medicine and they expect to see the following innovations this year.

    8 months ago
  • Scientists discover new neurons in inner ear: Here's something interesting
    HealthScientists discover new neurons in inner ear: Here's something interesting

    Our brain is a complex network of neurons which serves as the building blocks of the nervous system, transmitting information to and from the brain and throughout our body. To surprise you, a human brain contains around 100 billion neurons. Isn't it amazing? Now, there is a little addition as a team of Swedish researchers has discovered three new types of neurons in the peripheral auditory system. Take a look at the mentioned information to know about the latest discovery.

    11 months ago
  • Snakebite treatment, quick and easy tips
    Lifestyle NewsSnakebite treatment, quick and easy tips

    It is known to all that snakes are dangerous, but their spikes are only wounds. Many times victims die due to fear and panic. To help people know about the first aid on snake bite, we have mentioned some useful information below:

    1 year ago
  • Leech gut bacteria tells about drug resistance, says study
    Science NewsLeech gut bacteria tells about drug resistance, says study

    Ever wondered that the blood sucker ‘Leech’ can actually heal you? Yes, a recent development claims that there are certain leeches which sucks up blood and secrete anticoagulants, aiding tissue growth. These creatures are approved for medical use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help patients heal from reconstructive surgery.

    1 year ago
  • Football team rescued from Thai cave lost 2 kg weight: Medics
    World NewsFootball team rescued from Thai cave lost 2 kg weight: Medics

    A Thai medical team said on Wednesday that the 12 boys and their coach rescued from a cave in northern Thailand have lost approximately two kg of weight each after spending more than two weeks trapped underground.

    1 year ago
  • Thailand cave struggle: 4 boys rescued so far
    World NewsThailand cave struggle: 4 boys rescued so far

    Four out 12 boys have been rescued from a cave in Thailand and are in "perfect" health. The boys had to travel approximately 4 kilometers with the help of oxygen cylinders to make an exit. About 0.6 miles (1 kilometer) of the journey was underwater, where everyone had to wear full face masks.

    1 year ago
  • Canada makes easy student visa process for Indians
    Education NewsCanada makes easy student visa process for Indians

    Good news for students who wants to continue their studies in Canada! Yes, the country has come up with a faster and simpler visa processing mechanism for students from India and three other countries. The number of Indian students willing for studies in Canada is on the rise and this new program which cuts down the processing time for study permit within 45 days as opposed to within 60 days will be helpful.

    1 year ago