Higher the dose, more the relief: It’s all a myth says study

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 6 (ANI): According to a recent study conducted over higher dose intake of opioid, it has been observed that such measures are not effective in reducing pain.The researchers' team from Central Arkansas and Minneapolis…

Majority of women in the world unhappy with their breast size

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 6 (ANI): In a global study, scientists have found an important public health implication which suggests that the majority of women are unhappy with the size of their breasts.The Breast Size Satisfaction Survey (BSSS),…

Addressing issues, fear of patients may positively affect outcomes, reveals research

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 6 (ANI): Three researchers from the University of Tennessee have examined the effects of patient's emotional issues and fear being addressed ahead of surgery, on the overall outcome of the procedure, particularly on pain…

First childhood flu might determine the intensity of its influence later in life

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 6 (ANI): Flu during childhood plays a pivotal role in deciding the immunity system against similar illness later in life.Scientists from UCLA and the University of Arizona have found that people's ability to fight…

Study focuses on new genetic drivers of cancer

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 6 (ANI): A recent study has focused on genome analysis that can have critical implications for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients.As part of the Pan-Cancer project, scientists have analysed whole-genome sequencing...

Teens’ vaping likely to cause extreme difficulty in breathing, swallowing

Washington D.C. [USA] Feb 5 (ANI): If you don't have a prior record of asthma or respiratory illness, and still get a sudden feeling of acute respiratory distress and severe difficulty in swallowing, the most plausible reason could…

Study highlights benefits of physical activity for older adults

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 5 (ANI): Confirming earlier studies on the correlation between physical activities and healthier living, especailly among adults aged 60 years or older, a team of researchers recently reviewed published reviews of studies and...

Study reveals treating obesity benefits mental health of children

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 5 (ANI): According to an analysis of relevant studies published till date, treating obesity in children and adolescents improves self-esteem and body image.The analysis was published in the journal Pediatric Obesity. It inclu...

Researchers identify genetic variants that reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 5 (ANI): In a breakthrough genetic study, researchers identified new genetic variants that appear to protect against Alzheimer's disease.The study suggests these naturally occurring gene variants reduce the functioning of pro...

Lack of sleep bad for children’s mental health: Study

Warwick [England], Feb 4 (ANI): The hours of sleep children manage to get significantly determines their vulnerability towards depression, anxiety, impulsive behavior, and poor cognitive performance.Sleep states are active processes that support reorga...

Chronic kidney diseases and eventual heart failure have intricate connection: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 4 (ANI): Chronic kidney diseases can lead to heart disorder or even heart-issue related deaths reveals a recent study.The recently conducted research led by Navkaranbir Bajaj, M.D., of the University of Alabama at Birmingham,...

E-cigarettes are popular among comparatively recent quitters, study suggests

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 4 (ANI): Vaping is common for those who left smoking tobacco within the past 5 years rather than for those who left a decade or more ago.The new findings are revealed online in the journal…

New handheld 3D bioprinter for treating serious burns

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 4 (ANI): Printing new skin cells on a burn injury may eventually become the new treatment to treat burns, shared a team of researchers from Canada. They have successfully tested the newly developed 'handheld…

Initial tests of antibody against henipaviruses on healthy volunteers succeed: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 4 (ANI): Potential lethal infections from certain viruses can be treated through a promising clinical antibody induction.According to results from the test on 40 patients, the trial was conducted in healthy participants and f...

New deep learning model identifies sleep stages

Helsinki [Finland], Feb 3 (ANI): Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland have developed a new deep learning model that can identify sleep stages as accurately as an experienced physician.Sleep is manually classified into five stages, which are...

Coronavirus scare: 5 evacuated from Wuhan admitted to military hospital in Delhi after symptoms appear

New Delhi [India], Feb 3 (ANI): Five Indians evacuated from the coronavirus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan last week have been admitted to Military Base Hospital here from the quarantine facility at Manesar after they showed symptoms of cough…

Risk of heart disease increases as women move through menopause: Study

Pennsylvania [USA], Feb 3 (ANI): A recent study has shown that the risk of heart disease grows as women move through menopause, as it is a critical time for a change in cardiovascular health.According to the research team,…

Govt planning to direct schools to sensitise students on hygiene tips against nCoV

By Priyanka SharmaNew Delhi [India], Feb 3 (ANI): The Union Health Ministry is planning to write to schools across the country, asking them to sensitise the students on the basic hygiene tips to minimise the risk of Novel…

Scientists discover novel score for better measurement of multiple chronic illnesses

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 3 (ANI): Scientists have discovered a new score to measure long-term health conditions. The novel score performs better than the current Charlson Comorbidity Index and may help in health care planning and delivery.The researc...

Parkinson’s disease may develop even before birth, reveals study

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 3 (ANI): People with symptoms of Parkinson's disease before they reach 50 may have brain development disorder even before their birth. The disease can go undetected for over 30 to 40 years before showing…

Study reveals role of mutation in blood cancers

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 3 (ANI): A team of researchers -- including biologists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) and an oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) -- has discovered how a mutation triggers a chain…

Underweight babies may suffer poor cardiovascular health during adulthood: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 2 (ANI): A breakthrough study pointed out on one of the reasons for short breath among adults can be low weight at the time of birth. The study further advocates that newborns who are…

Researchers find people with eating disorders more prone to exercise addiction

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 2 (ANI): According to a recent study, people with eating disorders are nearly four times more likely to find themselves hooked to working out.It revealed an interesting fact related to people suffering from eating…

Test results negative for two suspected cases of coronavirus in Jaipur

Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], Feb 2 (ANI): The test results for two persons in Jaipur who were suspected to have symptoms of coronavirus have returned negative, Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) Health, Rohit Kumar Singh, told ANI here on Sunday.The…

People may tend to lie for appearing honest: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 2(ANI): Researchers after a recent study have stated that some people often prefer to lie for appearing honest instead of appearing as selfish liars by telling truth.According to new research published by the American…

Google search trends reveal people confusing coronavirus with Corona beer

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 2 (ANI): With the widespread outbreak of coronavirus in China's Wuhan city, people over the globe are confusing the deadly disease with the famous corona beer.According to Fox News, the latest Google trends statistics…

Cycling to work might make you live longer: Study

Wellington [New Zealand], Feb 2 (ANI): A recent study has revealed that the people who rode their bicycles to work were found to be at a considerably reduced risk of mortality, most likely as a result of the…

UK based health official slams Paltrow’s ‘Goop’ treatments

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 2 (ANI): Gwyneth Paltrow's health 'Goop' is drawing in criticism from a UK based health official for promoting treatments that pose risks to health, reported CNN.Chief executive of NHS England, Simon Stevens during a…

HIV patients experience improved quality of life if religiously inclined, study suggests

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb 1 (ANI): Persons diagnosed with HIV are more likely to feel better emotionally and physically if they are more religiously inclined, a new study suggests. The study done on adults living with HIV in…

Adolescent brain networks come ‘online’ to gear up teenagers for adult life: Study

London [UK], Feb 1 (ANI): Teenagers develop more complex adult social skills once new networks are activated in their brains during adolescence, but this might make them more vulnerable to mental illnesses.Adolescence is a time of major change…

Consuming, tasting artificial sweetener may alter insulin response: Study

Illinois [USA], Feb 1 (ANI): While artificial sweeteners such as sucralose can sweeten up your food and beverages without adding any extra calories, consuming or simply tasting sucralose may alter blood glucose and insulin levels on glucose tolerance…

Rose scent improves learning and sleeping: Study

Berlin [Germany], Feb 1 (ANI): A recent study has found that smelling the scent of rose improves the quality of the learning and can also helps in sleeping better.The study published in the journal - Nature Group's Open…

Lifting less can make you stronger, suggests study

London [UK], Feb 1 (ANI): According to new research, weightlifters can get stronger by lifting less but changing the amount of weights that they lift in each session.Scientists from the University of Lincoln conducted the study by comparing…

Study reveals choice of anesthesia may affect breast cancer metastases

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 31 (ANI): According to a recent study, the choice of anaesthesia may change the metastatic process of breast cancer by affecting the cytokine and microenvironment.The study was led by Stony Brook University Cancer Center…

Physical exercise can make you a better gamer: Study

Montreal (Quebec) [Canada], Jan 31 (ANI): A new study has revealed that exercising might actually make gamers better at their craft.The very idea of physical activity positively impacting performance in video games sounds counter-intuitive, but the fin...

Cool running water best first aid for burns in children: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 31 (ANI): A new research has revealed that the best first aid approach to address burn injuries in children is by using cold running water for at least 20 minutes.The study published in the…

This century might witness elimination of cervical cancer, suggest studies

Washington D.C. [USA], 31 Jan (ANI): Two recently published studies have predicted that cervical cancer could cease to be a public health risk within the span of this century, provided that women receive meticulous HPV vaccination, screening, and…

Consuming fermented soy products reduces mortality risk: Study

Tokyo [Japan], Jan 30 (ANI): People who have a relatively higher intake of fermented soy products are at a reduced risk of dying from various causes, says a latest research.The Japanese study, published in the British Medical Journal,…

Moms who smoke put their babies at fracture risk during the first year of life: Study

Stockholm [Sweden], Jan 30 (ANI): Mothers who smoke during the early phase of their pregnancy might be putting their babies at an increased risk of fractures within the first year of their life.The findings which were reached upon…

Urban pollution damages cardiovascular system: Study

Sophia Antipolis [France], 30 Jan 2020: A study that simulated pollution levels similar to a city center revealed how just two hours of exposure to bad air adversely affected the heart and blood vessels of the subjects during…

Low-calorie sweetener use by mothers leads to fatter offsprings: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 30 (ANI): The use of low calorie artificial or natural sweeteners by pregnant mothers leads to higher body fat levels in their offsprings, as revealed by a recent study.Such sweeteners have also been found…