A third American health worker has tested positive for the Ebola virus while working with patients in West Africa, the Christian missionary group SIM said Tuesday.
The group did not release
Toronto: Daily exercises to maintain good cardiovascular health also benefits brain, protecting us from cognitive impairment as we age, according to a promising study.
New York: One of Nicki Minaj`s dancers was bitten by a snake and rushed to the hospital during a rehearsal for her Video Music Awards performance.
The six-foot-long snake bit the dancer during a
London: Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt has made a pact with himself to end his alcohol and smoke addiction because his recent heart attacks have scared him.
Parfitt, 65, had an attack earlier
Geneva: The death toll from the Ebola outbreak sweeping through west African countries has risen to 1,427 out of more than 2,600 cases, the World Health Organization said Friday.
The latest tally
Monrovia: Every region of Liberia has now been hit by Ebola, officials said Friday, as the World Health Organization warned the fight against the worst-ever outbreak of the killer disease would
Monrovia: Two American missionaries who contracted Ebola while treating patients in Liberia have left hospital after making a full recovery, doctors said on Thursday, as authorities in the west
Monrovia: Violence erupted in an Ebola quarantine zone in Liberia`s capital Wednesday as authorities struggled to contain the epidemic, with new suspected cases in Asia sparking fears of it
Los Angeles: Actor Dwayne `The Rock` Johnson has been signed on to star in two more `Journey to the Center of the Earth` sequels.
He replaced Brendan Fraser as the star of the franchise for 2012`s
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Melbourne: Scientists say, kids born to unhealthy parents are already pre-programmed for greater risk of poor health, with higher odds of developing metabolic
Washington: A new study has revealed that connections between certain brain regions are amplified in teens that are more prone to risk.
According to researchers from the Center for
New Delhi: With internet penetration increasing rapidly, e-healthcare in India is fast catching public attention and is poised to contribute significantly to the overall healthcare market,
Washington: Contrary to the popular belief, more exercise is not always better as too much running could lead to an increase in cardiovascular deaths in heart attack survivors, a new study has
Houston: Bacteria inside the mouth change their metabolism when a person is diseased, according to a new study which may lead to better ways to prevent gum disease, diabetes and Crohn's
London: Drugs that shift workers use to stay awake or go to sleep are not of much benefit and may do more harm than good, new research has warned.
Shift workers are taking drugs to
London: Work-related stress can significantly increase the risk of developing diabetes, says a study.
Individuals who are under a high level of pressure at work and at the same time
Washington: A study has revealed that most of the blueberry buyers consume the fruit for its taste and not the health benefits.
According to the University of Florida researchers,
London: A new study has suggested that social media like Twitter and Facebook can be harmful to one's mental health.
A 31-year-old woman was looked for the "Twitter psychosis
Washington: Researchers have recently revealed that eating Pistachios may help type 2 diabetic patients in curbing vascular response to everyday life stress.
Sheila G. West, professor
New York: Love pistachios? You have another reason to have these tree nuts if your sugar levels are high as eating pistachios may reduce vascular response to stress in type 2 diabetes.
Washington: Immigrant kids in the US are more likely to grow obese than US-born Caucasian children, a study says.
Children of Asian immigrants are nearly three times as likely to have
New York: Writing down fears, emotions and benefits of a cancer diagnosis may improve health outcomes for Asian-American breast cancer survivors, a research reveals.
"The key to
Washington: The younger a woman is when she goes on her first diet, the more likely she is to experience several negative health outcomes later in life, a new study has warned.
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Jodhpur: Spiritual leader Asaram Bapu, who is lodged in Jodhpur Central Jail on accusations of rape, was rushed to the Mahatma Gandhi Hospital here after his health
Helsinki: Finnish researchers have suggested that a healthy lifestyle helps in fighting mental decline, with exercise and diet holding significant potential against Alzheimer's disease.
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