Ever wonder a gastric bypass surgery can limit your inclination towards high-fat food? Well, it truly can, claim researchers.
According to a recent study conducted at the Imperial College London (ICL), people who pass through a gastric bypass surgery in order to lose weight tend to eat less high-fat food afterwards.
Brain function in people battling schizophrenia is likely to improve after 20 minutes of exposure to a very placid and painless electric current to the brain by using electrodes on the scalp, a study revealed.
The researchers claim the neural mechanism, which deters reward identification and decision-making in people carrying schizophrenia.
A recent study conducted by the researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), has claimed that increased body mass may reduce the risk of developing diabetes. The study was published online Thursday and in the September issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism.
A recent study by European researchers has put effectiveness of breast screening under the scanner. Contrary to the popular belief that early screening of breast cancer enhances the probability of survival in women aged 50 to 70, this study has examined records from 1980 to 2006 and found that breast screening does not save lives.
If vitamin intake could lessen the pain, then what better than that, according to a new study, done in the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, the joint and muscle pain, which happens with breast cancer treatment drugs-aromatase inhibitors, would be reduced with the intake of vitamin D.
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