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Obesity Found To Cause Alzheimer’s-Like Condition; Weight Loss Reduces Risk

Obese people are at risk of suffering a condition similar to Alzheimer’s disease. But this can be countered by healthy weight loss. A McGill University...

More Women Are Dying From ‘Preventable’ Cervical Cancer: Study

More older women have succumbed to cervical cancer in recent years, even though the condition is  preventable. A new study from the University of California,...

First-Of-Its-Kind $1 Glove Can Detect Fetal Positions To Aid Precarious Births

An ingenious innovation of a smart glove that costs less than $1 has been created with the aim to aid clinicians during birth. The study,...

Study Finds Threatened Sharks Being Served In Fish Fillets

The ultimate British dish--fish and chips--have takers all over the world. However, the fish served in the dish might actually be an endangered shark...

Coffee With Milk Has Strong Anti-Inflammatory Effect: Study

An ardent proponent of the benefits of black coffee? You might have to change allegiance, as a new study has found coffee with milk...

This Is How Many Adult Americans Are Addicted To Junk Food

More older adults in the United States have become addicted to processed food, according to a recent University of Michigan poll. The school’s National Poll...

FDA Revokes Emergency Use Authorization Of Covid Drug Ineffective Against New Variants

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Thursday that it is withdrawing emergency use authorization for a Covid-19 drug as it is unlikely...

Learn This Acronym To Spot A Stroke And Save Lives

Someone experiences a stroke every four seconds in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Learning a short acronym...

App Reduces Hearing Loss, Tinnitus Using Sound Therapy

A revolutionary app called "AudioCardio" claims that its sound therapy can reduce hearing loss and even alleviate tinnitus conditions in people. A Grammy-nominated producer,...

FDA Proposes Gay-Friendly Blood Donation Policy

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed a change to the blood donation policy that would allow gay and bisexual men to...

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Saradha case: ED attaches assets of ‘beneficiaries’, including P Chidambaram’s wife, ex-CPM MLA

NEW DELHI: The ED on Friday said it has attached assets worth more than Rs 6 crore of “beneficiaries” such as Nalini Chidambaram,...

Prescribing Medication Dosage According To DNA Profile Lowers Side Effects By 30%: Study

A novel study has shown that prescribing medication dosage in accordance with a patient’s DNA can bring down the side effects by 30%--a significant figure.The international study was led by Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC), and their findings were published in the journal The Lancet.“The one-size-fits-all approach...

Mad Cow Disease Found On Farm In Netherlands

A rare disease that is 100% fatal once symptoms appear has been detected in a cow at a farm in the Netherlands. Worryingly, the disease can be passed to humans when they eat beef of cows contaminated with the disease.The disease called bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) or...

Azad takes-up eviction of land issue with Home Minister Amit Shah

Shah assures Azad that small land holders...

VRS employees can’t claim parity with those retired after superannuation: SC

STATE TIMES NEWS New Delhi: Employees who voluntarily...

Dr Jitendra updates Rajya Sabha about ongoing ‘Rozgar Melas’

STATE TIMES NEWS NEW DELHI: “Rozgar Melas” being held across the country will provide 10 lakh government jobs in one year or so.This was...

Know What Factors Predispose Mothers To Having Giant Babies

The recent birth of a 16-pound infant has brought the issues associated with giant babies to the fore. According to scientists, there are certain factors that increase the chances of mothers giving birth to big babies.The 16-pound baby was born to a mother in Brazil via cesarean...

Most US Adults Want Sale Of Menthol Cigarettes, Tobacco Products Stopped: Survey

More than half of adults in the United States agree with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) proposal to ban the sale of tobacco products in the country. A study published in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease on Thursday showed that majority of U.S. adults support policies...

Why It’s Healthier Than The OG Mediterranean Diet

The Mediterranean diet has undeniably become popular in recent years due to its promised health benefits, sustainability and ease of use. But a new version of this healthy eating program is slowly rising and could overtake the original version in no time. The Mediterranean diet is already a...

Can Cold Weather Trigger A Heart Attack? A Cardiologist Answers

Unless you like hibernating during the winter season, you probably loathe the idea of traveling, going to work and doing outside chores amid the cold weather. And then there’s the risk of having a heart attack in cold temperatures. A study published in May 2021 showed the seasonal...

Diesel Fume Inhalation Impairs Brain Function: Scientists

The morning commute is already challenging and exhausting for many people. And now there’s another reason to detest your regular travel to work or school as scientists found that even brief exposure to diesel fumes from cars and other vehicles could hurt the human brain. In a randomized...

Scientists Develop Fentanyl Vaccine To Counter Drug Addiction, Prevent Overdose Deaths

The fentanyl crisis in the U.S. has gotten so bad in recent years that scientists are now looking for ways to counter the problem head-on. This need led a team of researchers to develop a vaccine preventing the substance from entering the brain. In a study published in...