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Researchers Discover Bite Counter

Researchers Discover Bite Counter

The researchers from Clemson University in South Carolina have discovered Bite Counter, a device that can help control overeating. The habit of unconscious eating leads to uncontrollable weight-gain, which has been a problem to many.

Couple Initiates a Research Fund Program for ACD

Couple Initiates a Research Fund Program for ACD

The parents whose son died 15 days after birth have started with the research funding for a rare lung condition after losing their baby who suffered from a lethal lung disorder.

Faulty DNA-Repairing Gene Increases Risk of Ovarian Cancer by Six Times: Research

Faulty DNA-Repairing Gene Increases Risk of Ovarian Cancer by Six Times: Researc

In a major revelation, a team of British researchers has claimed that of the estimated 6,500 women in the UK being diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, between 40 and 50 of these women are likely to have a faulty DNA-repairing gene in the name of RAD51D, thereby triggering ovarian cancer.

A Little Weight Loss Can Revive Man’s Happy Days

A Little Weight Loss Can Revive Man’s Happy Days

According to a new research conducted by Professor Gary Wittert, MD of the University of Adelaide, if an obese and diabetic person reduces a little weight, say about 5% to 10% of the total body weight, he can bring back his lost joys of his sex live and could also improve his urinary health.

Female Genitals Linked With Sensory Portion of the Brain: Study

Female Genitals Linked With Sensory Portion of the Brain: Study

A study has linked the nipples and the genitals of the women which indicate that women can orgasm through nipple stimulation alone.

Sexual Assault Experienced By Women Can Lead to Mental Disorders: Study

Sexual Assault Experienced By Women Can Lead to Mental Disorders: Study

A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has linked sexual abuse cases in women with mental disorders. According to the study, the women who have experienced rape, sexual assault, intimate partner violence and stalking were more likely to develop a mental disorder.

Pulse Oximetry Test to Quickly Detect Heart Defects in Infants

Pulse Oximetry Test to Quickly Detect Heart Defects in Infants

Researchers have claimed to develop a quick and simple procedure, pulse oximetry test, to detect life threatening heart defects in babies at the time of birth through measuring their blood oxygen levels with a small skin sensor placed on a hand or foot.

Experts Claim To Cultivate Neurons from Skin Cells

Experts Claim To Cultivate Neurons from Skin Cells

The US researchers have successfully cultured human skin cells in a dish and cultivated nerve cells from them through infecting the cells with a few key genes carried into the cells with the help of a virus, yielding cells having similar functional properties of neurons.

Researchers to Find Ways to Reduce the Death Rates

Researchers to Find Ways to Reduce the Death Rates

It has been reported that all death occurred due to asthma-related cases in the last 12 months will be analyzed by the Aberdeen University researchers. The analysis will play a major role in a study aimed at reducing the deaths caused by asthma-related reasons.

Joint Study Develops Compound to Stop Deadly Illnesses

Joint Study Develops Compound to Stop Deadly Illnesses

In a breakthrough revelation, it has come to light that by controlling the movement of a common protein clathrin, a large number of diseases, including some cancers, bacterial and viral infections, and nerve disorders, can be cured.

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