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Women with the History of Domestic Violence Prone To Mental Illness

Women with the History of Domestic Violence Prone To Mental Illness

A new study has found that women inflicted of domestic violence are more prone of developing mental illness. The findings of the study have been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Dieting Can Make Brain Crave For Brain Cells

Dieting Can Make Brain Crave For Brain Cells

A recent study has found that dieting makes brain hungry for its own cells. The study was conducted by a team of researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in New York. The findings of the study have the potential of paving way for a new weight loss program.

Researchers Find UDCA Beneficial Against Cardiac Arrhythmia

Researchers Find UDCA Beneficial Against Cardiac Arrhythmia

Bear bile can be used to avoid uneven hearing rhythm and can heal patients speedily from a heart attack, reveals a research commenced by scientists from Imperial College in London. The bear bile found in the digestive juice is used to lower the cholesterol level in the body and helps liquefy the gallstones.

Discovery of ‘Puppet Master’ Genes Could Lead to Prostate Cancer Treatment: Researchers

Discovery of ‘Puppet Master’ Genes Could Lead to Prostate Cancer Treatment: Rese

The researchers have come up with a series of ‘puppet master’ genes that control the growth and spread of prostate cancer. This discovery could lead into finding out new treatments for the disease.

The research was published in the Journal Oncogene and the researchers focused on the stromal cells that play significant role in the spread of the disease.

Higher Salt Intake in Infants May Lead to Kidney Problems in Adulthood: Study

Higher Salt Intake in Infants May Lead to Kidney Problems in Adulthood: Study

Process foods like cow’s milk, bread, gravy, baked beans and canned spaghetti, given to babies can lead to kidney problems in adulthood, suggested the researchers of the University of Bristol.

Gorging over Sushi Could Influence Thyroid Health

Gorging over Sushi Could Influence Thyroid Health

Ever wonder those delicious sushi rolls has anything to do with your thyroid? Those can’t harm our health, that’s exactly we believe. But a recent study claims otherwise.

Complete Cure of HIV/AIDS Still a Mystery

Complete Cure of HIV/AIDS Still a Mystery

The aim of developing vaccine against the deadly HIV/AIDS started in 1997 by the then President of US, Bill Clinton has not derived at any result in these ten days. The research work was allotted to the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institute of Health.

Women in Britain Spend More Than £100,000 on Cosmetics: Study

Women in Britain Spend More Than £100,000 on Cosmetics: Study

A research claims that women spend more than £100,000 on buying cosmetics in their life time. The research surveyed 2,000 women in Britain, belonging to the age group of 16 and 65. The survey revealed that each women spends 40 pounds per week that comes to 2,000 pounds a year on the cosmetic products that they felt will enhance their appearance.

Mobile Management System Helpful for Diabetic Patients

Mobile Management System Helpful for Diabetic Patients

Software has been designed for the cellphones to assist the diabetic patients in managing their disease. The software gives instructions about the daily blood-sugar readings and based on it inquires about the exercising patterns of each day.

Men Have Started Helping Their Better-Halves in Household Works: Study

Men Have Started Helping Their Better-Halves in Household Works: Study

A new study has suggested that the men have started helping their better-halves for a few hours in their household works. The research has notified that the amount of time spent by an average man on domestic activities have increased by more than 60% in the past three decades.

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