Tori Spelling hospitalised with symptoms of Ebola
Tori Spelling hospitalised with symptoms of Ebola

 

Los Angeles: Actress Tori Spelling has been reportedly put in quarantine after being rushed to a hospital for Ebola-like symptoms.

The 41-year-old 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star was "running a fever, coughing uncontrollably, and having trouble breathing", reported TMZ online.

Why are Americans more depressed today

US citizens are more depressed now than they have been in decades but most of them are not aware of their conditions, says a new study.

Avoid air pollution to manage asthma

A simple change in your lifestyle to avoid air pollution can help manage ashtha problems, shows a study.

Sleep apnea affects women too

Just as men too can have breast cancer, the masculine tag attached to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is also misleading as the disease is not rare among women.

Suspected Ebola case tested negative in Australia

The health officials on Friday said that the man who was suspected with the deadly disease Ebola, tested negative in Australia.

Yoga can help cope with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms

A new study has revealed that symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be reduced with help of "yogic breathing."

`Women seeking anti-ageing therapy to treat menopausal symptoms`

More US women are seeking hormonal treatments for menopausal symptoms from anti-ageing clinicians, feeling that conventional doctors do not take their suffering seriously, according to a new study.

Parkinson`s disease leads to depression

A new study has suggested that depression is a common indication of Parkinson`s disease but it remains untreated for many patients.

Praying doesn`t necessarily sooth anxiety disorder symptoms

A new study has claimed that while praying eases a lot of problems, it doesn`t sooth symptom of anxiety-related disorders for everyone.

Too much twitter may drive you crazy

If you have a tendency to read and post tweets for several hours a day, watch out for psychiatric disorders.

Plague quarantine lifted from Chinese city

China has lifted a nine-day quarantine imposed on its north-western city of Yumen following the death of a resident from plague last week.

Litchi virus causing acute encephalitis syndrome?

A new study suggest that Bihar`s `shahi litchi`, famous for its unique flavour and taste, might have claimed the lives of over 70 children in the Muzaffarpur district of the state.

Hunt for MERS source should look beyond camels: Veterinary officials

Scientists lack proof that camels are the source of a deadly new virus that has killed 186 people in Saudi Arabia and should widen their hunt to other animals, veterinary experts meeting in Paris said.

75% seasonal, pandemic flu sufferers have no symptoms

Researchers have said that around 1 in 5 of the population were infected in both recent outbreaks of seasonal flu and the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic, but just 23 per cent of these infections caused symptoms.

Blood test might predict multiple sclerosis long before symptoms appear

A new study has revealed that an antibody found in the blood of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) may be present long before the onset of the disease and its symptoms.

Novel compound may help keep Parkinson`s symptoms at bay

Researchers have claimed to have developed a novel compound that appears to protect mice against developing movement problems associated with Parkinson`s disease (PD).

New malaria `blocking` drug raises hopes for new cures

In a major breakthrough against fighting malaria, researchers have discovered a new technique to halt the multiplying process of malaria parasites.

HIV: Risk factors, symptoms and diagnosis

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a life threatening virus that cause Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in humans leading to failure of immune system.

New breakthrough jab set to ease pain of arthritis sufferers

Researchers have developed a new jab, which when injected once every two weeks into the body, can ease the crippling symptoms of arthritis.

Dengue emergency declared in Pakistan`s Swat valley

A health emergency has been declared in Pakistan`s north-western Swat Valley after 18 people died of dengue and more than 5,000 cases were reported in a month.