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  • Space travel causes dangerous herpes viral disease: NASA  title=
    Space travel causes dangerous herpes viral disease: NASA

    A latest study by NASA scientists confirms that space travel caused herpes viruses in more than half of crew aboard Space Shuttle and International Space Station (ISS). The findings came as shocking news to scientists who are planning for future Mars mission and alike.

  • World Kidney Day 2019: Kidney problem may occur anytime, signs you shouldn't ignore  title=
    World Kidney Day 2019: Kidney problem may occur anytime, signs you shouldn't ignore

    Its March 14 today, the World Kidney Day! The day is internationally observed to create awareness about kidney problems, prevention and treatment. It is shocking that close to 2.4 million die of Kidney failure in a year. It is the 6th fastest growing cause of death and almost 850 million people worldwide are at risk of the disease. Kidney problem may occur anytime and most of us ignore the symptoms leading to lifetime risk. Take a look at the signs and symptoms of kidney disease you must know.

  • Sex-related diseases are on rise, reason revealed  title=
    Sex-related diseases are on rise, reason revealed

    While we're relaxed that the sexually transmitted diseases are reducing all around the world, there is news that sex-related infections are rebounding, especially in the developed countries. Sources associated with Bloomberg states that the US has the highest rate of sexually transmitted diseases and is costing the country about USD16 million for preventable healthcare services.

  • Vitamin D deficiency signs and symptoms; All you need to know  title=
    Vitamin D deficiency signs and symptoms; All you need to know

    When it comes to body development, Vitamin D plays a vital role. A recent study suggests that half of the world’s population suffers from Vitamin D insufficiency. In case of deficiency of this particular micronutrient, the body starts to give signals like weakness, pain in the bones, stress and sluggishness and so on.

  • World AIDS Day 2018: Here's why people avoid HIV tests  title=
    World 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.

  • Chocolate, wine, tea with zinc may work as anti-ageing: Study  title=
    Chocolate, wine, tea with zinc may work as anti-ageing: Study

    If you are looking for an anti-ageing solution then your search may end here. A new study claims that Zinc when taken together with a tea and chocolate, may protect from oxidative stress which leads to ageing and low lifetime.

  • China's swine fever outbreak threatens other Asian countries  title=
    China's swine fever outbreak threatens other Asian countries

    Rome, Aug 29 (IANS/AKI) The rapid onset of African Swine Fever in China - the country's first reported outbreak - and its detection in areas more than 1,000 km apart, could mean the deadly virus may spread to other Asian countries anytime, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has warned, urging regional cooperation to guard against the disease.

  • Air pollution may harm your kidney, be careful  title=
    Air pollution may harm your kidney, be careful

    It is known to all that air increases the risk of respiratory problems, organ inflammation, diabetes and other life-threatening conditions. And, now a new research suggests that air pollution can be threat to people suffering from chronic kidney disease, or CKD, in which kidneys become damaged or cannot filter blood properly.

  • Air pollution causes cardiovascular diseases  title=
    Air pollution causes cardiovascular diseases

    A recent study claims that the fine dust particles in the air and polluted air are the prime cause for millions of death each year. And, almost 60 percents of deaths occur due to cardiovascular diseases.

  • All you need to know about hepatitis  title=
    All you need to know about hepatitis

    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), hepatitis is one of the widely-recognised public health diseases in India, and liver diseases are the 10th most common cause of death in the country.