All the gay/bisexual men who consume antiretroviral drugs to treat HIV infection may be unknowingly boosting their susceptibility to the bacteria responsible for syphilis.
There are many consequences for not getting enough sleep, from driving performance (falling asleep at the wheel) to obesity, diabetes and increased risk of other diseases.
In healthy individuals, short-term inflammatory responses play an important role in sugar uptake and the activation of the immune system.
Lack of oxygen to the brain is the most common form of brain injury in premature infants, resulting in damage to the white matter.
Do you often sit down for long hours? Well, a new study has revealed that women who sit for too long are more likely to speed up ageing.
A new study has revealed that woman who take take antidepressant medications during their pregnanacy for lowering their symptoms of depression during the first three months of pregnancy may cause malformations in baby.
A new study has found that adolescents who uses heavy alcohol for a long time can alter cortical excitability and functional connectivity in the brain.
The study is the first to show the multiplying effects of delirium, that affects a quarter of older patients, and dementia in these people, researchers said.
The Internet-based findings on exposure patterns are in good agreement with those derived from traditional epidemiological surveillance data, which can be available after considerable delays.
As per the Swedish study, pregnancy normally lasts about 40 weeks, and babies born after 37 weeks are considered full term.
Her farmer son Gulab Thakur says: “Doctors at AIIMS have said a surgery is needed but given a date of February 20, 2020 citing unavailability of beds.
TUV Rheinland was ordered to make a provisional payment of 3,000 euros to each plaintiff for certifying that implants made by French firm Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) met safety standards.
The results from the study were encouraging as the children seemed to have a very good awareness of the health benefits of eating fruit and vegetables.
A new study has found out that people with Type 1 diabetes show a change in gut bacteria and inflammation in their small intestine which are not visible in people without the autoimmune condition.
As surgery can be some times dangerous for weight reduction, intragastric ballooning is a better option, especially for those excessively overweight, doctors said on Friday.
Stem cell treatments can lead to great improvement in patients suffering from Parkinson's disease, extreme pain in the groin and other neurological issues as it helps in the regeneration of tissues -- a new treatment option, said doctors on Friday.
Multi-parametric MRI (MP-MRI) scans provide information about the cancer's size, how densely packed its cells are and how well connected to the bloodstream it is, so could help differentiate between aggressive and harmless cancers.
The Yo Sperm test works through an app and a microscope attachment that covers the phone's camera and flash, enabling men to keep a check their reproductive health without having to go to the clinic.
People with a history of coronary heart disease, diabetes and hypertension are at an increased risk of heart attacks during the cold months.
The participants were randomly assigned to use SPF 100 sunscreen or to use a standard-size beach umbrella.
The technique is expected to restrict chemotherapy medication from affecting the scalp and thereby reducing hair fall.
The study also found that among women with a history of depression, pre-gestational diabetes and mild preterm delivery increased the risk of postpartum depression.
According to a TGI Survey, 34 percent (approx five million) of Delhi people are suffering respiratory problems including Asthma, Bronchitis, and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
The study says that a combination of weight training and 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity can be helpful.
The new research provides data on the underlying causes of Ebola virus infection.
The risk is high enough to merit caution in their use, especially since, in most cases, they are only marginally effective, the study says.
Dr Gowri Kulkarni shares a few tips that can help you stay healthy as well as achieve a successful career.
- UP polls: Rajnath Singh's son, Rita Bahuguna in BJP's second list of 155 candidates
- Alliance confirmed! SP to contest 298 seats, Congress 105 in Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls
- Trai likely to recommend Aadhaar eKYC for outstation users buying SIM
- Assembly elections: Battle lines drawn in Punjab with three-way contest
- Ultrafast camera images 'sonic boom' of light for first time
- Sambhaji Brigade, Shiv Sena indulge in scuffle over staging of play on Nathuram Godse
- Delhi zoo hobbles back to normalcy, exotic deer births brings back visitors
- India headed for a green energy revolution: Harvard scientist
- Car bomb explosion hits Libyan capital Tripoli
- Xiaomi Mi6: This is what you need to know about launch, price and specs