New Delhi : In an article printed this week, British Medical Journal has raised questions about the safety of a class of “new-age” drugs touted not only as a wonder cure for type 2 diabetes but als
MIT researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, have made a breakthrough that may lead to development of artificial livers for transplantation.
New Delhi: Are mothers to be blamed for high prevalence of obesity among their offspring?
A 42-year-old UK woman has become the first in the world to give birth to a baby conceived using a pioneering IVF time-lapse photography technique to pick the best embryo.
Ahmedabad: This is the kind of news smokers want to hear on World No Tobacco Day.
Protection against H1N1 and H5N1 in mice and ferrets is expected to last for three to six months.Precious time lost in developing an effective vaccine against influenza A viruses that jump from ani
A candidate drug, which acts in a novel way, has shown promising results in the laboratory against advanced prostate cancer that was insensitive to reduced levels of male sex hormones, according to
Malnutrition in children at the start of life severely impairs their learning ability affecting their literacy and then affects their earning ability later in life, according to a study commissione
Researchers have developed a new oral diarrhoea vaccine which in a clinical phase I-study has shown promising results to combat the disease that kills 300,000 children per year in the developing wo
New York: A pill that can mimic the beneficial effects of calorie restriction may help prevent brain aging and even prolong life span, a new study has claimed.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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