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2019-08-18, 19:29

The Long Road to Injury Recovery As I ate my breakfast on a tree stump by the trailhead after my run, I finally saw that I was on my way, and that there’s no shame in taking the time...
2019-08-18, 15:48

Diabetes overtreatment seriously endangers health A large new study warns that many people with diabetes receive overly intensive treatments that increase their risk of hypoglycemia and associated ev...
2019-08-18, 04:32

Weight Loss: This High-Protein Salad Is Ideal For Days You Are In No Mood To Cook High-Protein Diet: Leafy, nutty, or fruity, salads can be anything you want them to be.Heres why you should consider including this salad in your wei...
2019-08-18, 01:32

Diabetes Diet Tips: How To Eat Flaxseeds If You Are On A Diabetes Diet Flaxseeds are a treasure trove of insoluble fibres. Fibre enables slow release of sugar in the bloodstream, which helps keep your blood sugar levels ...
2019-08-18, 01:32

Weight Watchers eyes a new clientele: Children Some Weight Watchers loyalists applaud Kurbo by WW. But nutritionists worry Kurbo promotes an unhealthy relationship with food during an especially i...
2019-08-17, 17:32

Social activity in your 60s may lower dementia risk by 12% One of the most reliable studies of its kind has tracked participants over a 28-year period and found that greater social activity can lower dementia...
2019-08-17, 17:00

Rejuvenating brain stem cells may hold key to future MS treatments Scientists have found a way to rejuvenate brain stem cells in rats. The finding offers clues on how to restore lost brain function in diseases such a...
2019-08-17, 17:00

Everything you need to know about chest infections There are several types of chest infections, including bronchitis, pneumonia, and tuberculosis. Learn more about the symptoms and treatment options i...
2019-08-17, 17:00

What causes numbness and tingling? Numbness and tingling can occur in different parts of the body. Though they are often harmless sensations, some serious conditions can cause numbness...
2019-08-17, 17:00

Stomach burning: What to know There are many possible causes of stomach burning, including indigestion, ulcers, and food intolerances. Learn more about the causes and treatments o...
2019-08-17, 17:00

8 natural supplements to help fight inflammation Inflammation is the body’s defense mechanism, but it can be painful and damaging when chronic. As well as medication, people can try natural suppleme...
2019-08-17, 17:00

How to improve your memory: 8 techniques to try Brain function and memory naturally decline slightly as a person ages, but there are many techniques people can use to improve memory and prevent its...
2019-08-17, 17:00

Do electronic devices affect our ability to grasp complex ideas? Researchers have found a link between the constant use of electronic devices and lower activity in brain areas key to processing complex information....
2019-08-17, 17:00

Simple dietary changes may reduce cancer risk, increase lifespan The health benefits of fruit and vegetables are partly due to flavonoids. A new study concludes that consuming more flavonoids each day may extend li...
2019-08-17, 17:00

What is the G-spot, and where is it? Some women report experiencing intense sexual pleasure from the stimulation of an area in the vagina called the G-spot. Others may think they do not ...
2019-08-17, 17:00

New insights into how exercise can lift mood in depression A new study of people with major depressive disorder suggests that the body's endocannabinoid system plays a role in the mood-lifting effects of exer...
2019-08-17, 17:00

What to know about doxycycline Doxycycline is an antibiotic that treats serious bacterial infections. We provide a drug overview, including its uses, how to take it, dosages, side ...
2019-08-17, 17:00

Can a yeast infection cause bleeding? A yeast infection can cause a small amount of bleeding, as well as genital soreness and other symptoms. Antifungal medications can help. Learn more h...
2019-08-17, 17:00

How to recognize Candida in stool The presence of Candida in stool does not always signal an overgrowth. Signs of Candida in stool include white or brown mucus, froth, or foam. Treatm...
2019-08-17, 17:00

How to use essential oils for scars Some essential oils may combat infection and inflammation, which can help wounds heal and improve skin health. Here, learn about the evidence behind ...
2019-08-17, 17:00

Janmashtami 2019: Date, Puja Time, Significance And Prasad Prepared The Festival Janmashtami would be celebrated on 24th August 2019. According to legends, Lord Krishna, the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu was born on this auspic...
2019-08-17, 12:32

Trump says US should build more mental health institutions to combat gun violence "I think we have to start building institutions again because, you know, if you look at the '60s and '70s, so many of these institutions we...
2019-08-17, 08:00

Iowa GOP chairman: Steve King rape and incest comments are 'outrageous' The chairman of the Iowa Republican Party condemned comments made by Rep. Steve King about the effect that rape and incest has had on the global popu...
2019-08-17, 02:32

Sick hospital workers often expose patients to contagious illness Hospital workers often come to work with contagious respiratory illnesses, against the recommendations of public health regulators, a Canadian study ...
2019-08-17, 02:00

Tobacco industry anti-smoking ads reached less than half of U.S. adults Court-ordered anti-smoking ads sponsored by the tobacco industry reached only around 40% of adults and about half of all smokers in the U.S., a recen...
2019-08-17, 02:00

Roche cancer treatment priced at $17,050 a month, lower than rival Vitrakvi Roche Holding AG has priced its personalized cancer treatment, Rozlytrek, at about $17,050 per month, nearly half of the monthly price of a rival dru...
2019-08-17, 02:00

AbbVie prices new rheumatoid arthritis drug at $59,000 a year AbbVie Inc has priced its new rheumatoid arthritis treatment at $59,000 a year after gaining U.S. approval on Friday, a big boost for the drugmaker s...
2019-08-17, 02:00

Spraying Antibiotics to Fight Citrus Scourge Doesn’t Help, Study Finds Researchers found spraying oxytetracycline on orange trees didn’t halt a devastating infection called citrus greening, but a more expensive method — ...
2019-08-17, 02:00

Death risk higher for Chinese-American elders when children don't respect them Older Chinese-Americans have a high expectation of respect from their children. But when the children don't meet this standard of respect, their elde...
2019-08-17, 01:00

Sticky nets of DNA from immune cells may be to blame for gallstones Immune cells may help painful gallstones grow by ejecting sticky nets of DNA around the crystals that form in bile – a finding that could lead to new...
2019-08-16, 23:32

Newark Officials Providing Bottled Water to 15,000 Homes Over Lead Contamination Concerns. Here’s What You Need to Know About the City’s Water Crisis It’s now the fifth straight day that residents in around 15,000 Newark, N.J. homes are being given bottled water for drinking and cooking, as c...
2019-08-16, 23:00

Electric brain stimulation may help people with severe mental illness For people with mental illness, focusing attention over long periods of time, distinguishing between two different things and processing information ...
2019-08-16, 21:32

Nordic walking may benefit breast cancer patients (Reuters Health) - Nordic walking, an aerobic activity performed with walking poles similar to ski poles, may benefit patients with breast cancer, ac...
2019-08-16, 20:32

Roche personalized cancer treatment to cost about $204,560 a year Roche Holding AG has priced at about $204,560 a year its personalized cancer treatment, Rozlytrek, that targets tumors with specific genetic mutation...
2019-08-16, 20:32

FDA approves Celgene's bone marrow cancer treatment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved Celgene Corp's Inrebic to treat certain rare forms of bone marrow cancer called myelofibrosi...
2019-08-16, 20:32

High-Protein Diet: This Protein-Rich Panchratna Dal May Help You Lose Weight Protein-Rich Diet: High-Protein panchratna dal is a dish bursting with benefits of five lentils and it can be an ideal way to soak up all of it in on...
2019-08-16, 19:32

Bagundi Is Here To Please Your Andhra Food Cravings, One Fiery Dish A Time Bagundi brings a homely feel through its ambiance that is highly influenced by rural and coastal Andhra Pradesh right before serving you a roller coa...
2019-08-16, 19:32

Keto Diet: How To Make Keto-Friendly Chicken 65 At Home (Watch Recipe) Keto Recipe: An eclectic mix of punchy flavours, chicken 65 is one of the most delicious and spicy snacks that is loved for its fiery flavour. Try th...
2019-08-16, 19:32

Egg Hack: This New Way Of Making Scrambled Eggs May Change Your Life (Watch Video) For those who are often pressed for time, or do not have much expertise in cooking, can always try making scrambled eggs. Creamy and comforting, scra...
2019-08-16, 19:32

Black, Hispanic patients underrepresented in cancer trials, raises concern about drug efficacy Between 2008 and 2018, fewer than 8 percent of cancer trials in the United States had participation from white, Asian-American, black and Hispanic pa...
2019-08-16, 17:32

Study: One-third of military personnel keep firearms safely stored at home Studies show that safely storing firearms can reduce risk for suicide, and more than 60 percent of military members who die by suicide use a gun whil...
2019-08-16, 17:32

Daily on Healthcare: Verma dishes on ‘unraveling’ government role in healthcare Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-16, 17:00

Ohio girl, 7, diagnosed with rare mosquito-borne illness that can cause brain inflammation, seizures A 7-year-old Mt. Vernon, Ohio girl has been infected with a rare mosquito-borne virus that, in severe cases, can cause encephalitis, or inflammation ...
2019-08-16, 16:00

Prescribed exercise may help treat depression An exercise regimen prescribed by a health professional may activate cannabinoid molecules in the brain, which could have a positive effect on depres...
2019-08-16, 16:00

Exercise may extend the lives of advanced colorectal cancer patients Advanced colorectal cancer patients who performed low-intensity exercise four or more hours a week saw close to a 20 percent reduction in cancer prog...
2019-08-16, 16:00

Nearly half of patients keep information about sexual assault, depression from doctors Nearly half of patients who've survived a sexual assault, faced threats of domestic violence, struggled with depression or thought about committing s...
2019-08-16, 16:00

FDA proposes health warnings images for cigarette packs, ads A new rule proposed by the FDA would require images to cover the top half of the front and back of a cigarette pack, as well as cover the top 20 perc...
2019-08-16, 16:00

Methadone treatment during pregnancy doesn't hurt newborn, study suggests Treating a pregnant woman who suffers from opioid addiction has no more harmful impact on the newborn compared to receiving no treatment at all, a ne...
2019-08-16, 16:00

Over 1,200 health experts say pharmacare should be in federal election platforms They say comprehensive public medication programs have improved access and reduced costs everywhere they've been implemented and want to keep nationa...
2019-08-16, 15:32

First two Ebola cases confirmed in Congo's South Kivu: officials A woman and her child were the first two cases confirmed with Ebola in Congo's South Kivu region this week, opening a new front in the fight against ...
2019-08-16, 15:32

Dozens of Midwest teens who reported vaping hospitalized with 'severe lung injury,' breathing problems More than a dozen teens in the Midwest who reported vaping have been hospitalized with lung issues, stumping doctors who are searching for what exact...
2019-08-16, 15:00

The F.D.A.’s New Cigarette Warnings Are Disturbing. See for Yourself. Weakened by court battles with major tobacco companies, the F.D.A. has softened its depictions of smoking-related illnesses required for cigarette pa...
2019-08-16, 14:32

New York Subpoenas Banks and Financial Advisers for Sackler Records The state claims that the Purdue Pharma owners transferred billions of dollars from the company and hid them in offshore partnerships and other entit...
2019-08-16, 14:32

Why Parents Are Turning to a Controversial Treatment for Food Allergies For families with food allergies, micro-managing daily life to avoid accidentally consuming the wrong food can be a huge burden. They scour labels. T...
2019-08-16, 14:00

Confused About Who Should Get the HPV Vaccine, and When? The CDC Has New Recommendations For its first few years on the market, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was approved only for young girls. Over time, the U.S. Food and Drug Ad...
2019-08-16, 14:00

A Third of Americans Avoid Certain Places Because They Fear Mass Shootings A third of U.S. adults are so stressed by the prospect of mass shootings that they avoid visiting certain places or attending certain events, accordi...
2019-08-16, 14:00

No, a European-style health system isn’t the answer As candidates for the 2020 Democratic nomination present their visions for “Medicare for all,” politicians on both sides of the aisle are increasingl...
2019-08-16, 14:00

FDA proposes new requirement for graphic labels on cigarette packs The Food and Drug Administration proposed a rule Thursday morning to require cigarette packages to include realistic images showing the health conseq...
2019-08-16, 14:00

Daily on Healthcare: Study: Don't blame underinvestment in social services for high US healthcare spending Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-16, 14:00

FCC pushing forward with three-digit suicide prevention hotline similar to '911' The Federal Communication Commission is one step closer to designating the number ‘988’ as a national suicide prevention number akin to how ‘911’ is ...
2019-08-16, 14:00

2020 Democrat promoted anti-vaccination theories in 2012 Democratic White House hopeful and spiritual self-help guru Marianne Williamson gave credence to anti-vaccination theories in a 2012 radio show episo...
2019-08-16, 14:00

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Harrowing terrorist survivors’ stories, children first in Mediterranean rescues, Yemen and Switzerland updates, new SDG Advocates speak out Our main stories today: Boko Haram terrorist survivors tell their stories; UNICEF speaks out for children adrift on the Mediterranean; UN health agen...
2019-08-16, 13:32

Diabetes Diet: This Quinoa And Black Bean Salad Is An Ideal Meal For Stable Blood Sugar Level Diet for diabetes: The management of diabetes relies largely on lifestyle and diet modifications. It is imperative for diabetics to give up sugary fo...
2019-08-16, 13:00

Gurugram Restaurants Opt Out Of Food Applications; Say No To Heavy Discounts Restaurants have floated #LogOut campaign on social media to protest against offers-driven paid membership programs such as Zomato (Gold), EazyDiner ...
2019-08-16, 13:00

Malaika Arora's Tricolour Lunch Is Sure To Make The 'Desi' In You Drool (See Pics) Malaika Arora indulged in a delectable lunch on the occasion of Independence Day. With her dosa, Malaika paired chutneys of three colours inspired by...
2019-08-16, 13:00

Thailand to ban pig imports from Myanmar over African swine fever Thailand will ban the import of pigs from Myanmar for 90 days, the country's livestock department told Reuters on Thursday, after the neighboring cou...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Genetic study implicates humans in demise of prehistoric cave bear Genetic research that reconstructed the past population dynamics of the cave bear, a prominent prehistoric denizen of Europe, implicates Homo sapiens...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Surgical training programs not supportive of new parents (Reuters Health) - Surgical residents say it's tough to have children during their five years of intensive training due to a lack of flexibility in p...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Furniture flame retardants may not stifle deadliest home fires (Reuters Health) - Targeting the flammability of smoking materials like cigarettes, pipes and cigars, rather than fireproofing all furniture with haz...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Roche's personalized cancer treatment wins FDA approval The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Roche Holding AG's personalized cancer treatment, which targets tumors with specific genetic mutations...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Surgeons not good at predicting benefit from knee operations (Reuters Health) - Surgeons are no better at determining which patients might benefit from operations to treat torn knee cartilage than if they just ...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Disparities in access to best stroke treatment (Reuters Health) - Less than 10% of U.S. stroke patients get a treatment that evidence shows is most effective for a certain type of stroke – and the...
2019-08-16, 12:32

FDA proposes graphic warnings on cigarette packs, advertisements The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed that cigarette packs carry graphic new health warnings including pictures and text outlining lesse...
2019-08-16, 12:32

China says pig herd shrinks by 32% in July amid swine fever outbreak China's pig herd shrank by 32.2% in July from the same month a year ago, its agriculture ministry said on Thursday, as African swine fever continues ...
2019-08-16, 12:32

Mexico's top court demands regulation on medical marijuana after long delays Mexico's supreme court ordered the health ministry on Wednesday to issue regulation within six months on medical marijuana use, saying its failure to...
2019-08-15, 08:32

Hair removal can be a struggle for some trans women but this electrologist can help Trans women often struggle with hair removal, so Siobhan set up her own clinic in Manchester providing electrolysis - the only form of permanent hair...
2019-08-15, 08:32

Lyme disease in England and Wales is most common in older, white women An analysis of hospital records has found that people with Lyme disease in hospitals in England and Wales tend to be white, female and relatively aff...
2019-08-15, 06:00

How long Viagra lasts Viagra lasts for up to 4 hours. The average time of onset is 60 minutes. The effects vary for each individual. Learn more about how long Viagra lasts...
2019-08-15, 04:32

What to know about bleeding hemorrhoids A person can sometimes treat bleeding hemorrhoids at home. At other times, hemorrhoids may require specialist treatment or surgery. Learn more about ...
2019-08-15, 04:32

Is it normal to have a veiny penis? Having a veiny penis is normal and indicates healthy blood flow. However, when unusual discharge or painful ejaculation also occur, it may point to a...
2019-08-15, 04:32

Causes and treatments for bumps on the gums Several conditions can cause a bump to form on the gums. These include canker sores, oral thrush, and periodontal abscesses. Learn more about a bump ...
2019-08-15, 04:32

'Intensive blood pressure management' may preserve brain health Intensively controlling blood pressure can improve brain health and reduce the likelihood of developing mild cognitive impairment, new research finds...
2019-08-15, 04:32

How do vaginal bacteria naturally protect against chlamydia? For the first time, scientists have reported how certain types of microbiome can help cells in the vagina and cervix defend against chlamydia infecti...
2019-08-15, 04:32

What to know about brain aneurysms Brain aneurysms affect 3–5% of people in the U.S. during their lifetime. When they rupture, they can cause a stroke. Learn about their symptoms, caus...
2019-08-15, 04:32

What to know about forehead veins Forehead veins may be the result of pressure, sun exposure, or pregnancy. They do not usually require treatment. Learn more about forehead veins here...
2019-08-15, 04:32

Home remedies for relief from chickenpox symptoms There is no cure for chickenpox, but the infection usually clears up without treatment within a couple of weeks. In the meantime, people can use home...
2019-08-15, 04:32

Can itchy armpits be a sign of cancer? Itchy armpits may occasionally be due to cancer, although there are many more likely causes. Infections and underlying skin conditions are some other...
2019-08-15, 04:32

Winnie Byanyima ‘honoured to be joining UNAIDS’ as next Executive Director The UN programme dedicated to the elimination of AIDS as a public health threat by 2030, has warmly welcomed the appointment of Winnie Byanyima as it...
2019-08-15, 03:00

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Help for Venezuelans, Burundi Ebola vaccine drive, Paraguay poison probe urged, talking disarmament in Geneva, Libya violence down Our main stories today cover: Scaled-up assistance for Venezuelans; Ebola vaccinations for Burundi health workers; reports of civilian deaths followi...
2019-08-15, 03:00

FDA faces deadline on adding graphic labels to cigarette packs Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-15, 03:00

Virtual reality experiences can help ease severe pain (Reuters Health) - Playing virtual reality games or relaxing in a virtual nature setting might help ease chronic pain, particularly when symptoms are...
2019-08-15, 02:32

Novartis replaces top scientists at Avexis after drug data manipulated Novartis AG said on Wednesday it replaced the two top research and development executives at its Avexis unit after some data was manipulated from ea...
2019-08-15, 02:32

Poorer kids may have less shade in their schoolyards (Reuters Health) - Elementary schools with the greatest proportions of poor children may have the least amount of shade in their schoolyards where ki...
2019-08-15, 02:32

Air pollution, especially ozone, tied to worsening lung damage (Reuters Health) - The more exposure people have to air pollution, especially ozone, the more lung damage they develop over time, a U.S. study sugges...
2019-08-15, 02:32

Liver disease related to obesity and diabetes rising in U.S. (Reuters Health) - The only liver disease becoming more widespread in the U.S. is one driven by obesity and diabetes, even as other types of liver di...
2019-08-15, 02:32

Dog in Texas dies from toxic algae found in river, owner claims: 'I blame myself' A Texas woman is using the unexpected passing of her beloved dog as a warning for other pet owners to be wary of water that may contain toxic algae. ...
2019-08-14, 22:32

Drug-resistant superbug 'highly adapted' to spread in hospitals, contaminate food, study finds A bacterium that can inflame the colon and cause “debilitating” diarrhea is evolving into two separate species, one of which could target — and could...
2019-08-14, 22:32

Miracle baby born with severe heart disease, taken off life support months ago, about to celebrate first birthday A young infant born with a severe heart defect is being hailed as a miracle baby as she is set to celebrate her first birthday just months after bein...
2019-08-14, 22:32

Cannabis-based health products are going mainstream – do they work? A component in cannabis called CBD is claimed to help everything from Alzheimer's to anxiety. Despite a boom in sales, there's little evidence suppor...
2019-08-14, 21:32

AstraZeneca scores win in race to treat ovarian cancer AstraZeneca has made further headway in the race with larger competitor GlaxoSmithKline's to use a promising new class of drugs to treat ovarian canc...
2019-08-14, 20:00

Body odor? Bacteria-embedded bodysuit may help Deodorant not enough to stop your body odor? A new futuristic-style bodysuit with live bacteria embedded in it could help combat those unpleasant sme...
2019-08-14, 20:00

Medical abortions can be safely supervised via telemedicine: study (Reuters Health) - Terminating a pregnancy with medication under virtual supervision from a clinician is just as effective and safe as doing so at a ...
2019-08-14, 20:00

Novartis says top R&D executives no longer at Avexis unit after test data manipulation Novartis said on Wednesday the two top research & development executives at its Avexis unit were no longer at the company after some data from early ...
2019-08-14, 20:00

U.S. lawmakers push Mylan, Teva over drug pricing probe The head of the U.S. House of Representative's oversight panel on Wednesday called on three drugmakers to turn over documents as part of an ongoing c...
2019-08-14, 20:00

Burundi starts Ebola vaccines for health workers: WHO Burundi has started vaccinating its health workers against Ebola, beginning with those near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Wor...
2019-08-14, 20:00

U.S. FDA approves TB Alliance's treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved TB Alliance's treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis as part of a three-drug combination regime...
2019-08-14, 20:00

Despite high costs, less than half of hospitals deliver above average care Only 40 percent of the hospitals in the United States have above average safety, quality, mortality and imaging rates and effectiveness of care, acco...
2019-08-14, 19:32

5-Star Customer Charged 1700 For 2 Boiled Eggs: Twitter Reacts A Twitter user named Kartik Dhar, shared a picture of his bill at a hotel, which showed that the place had charged him INR 1,700 for two boiled eggs....
2019-08-14, 16:00

Watch: Turn Your Bruschetta Slices Into A Delightful Dessert With This Recipe! Our recipe today is a sweet twist to one of the most popular Italian entrees around- bruschetta. YouTube chef Manjula Jain teaches us how to make swe...
2019-08-14, 16:00

Independence Day 2019: 9 Restaurant Deals In Delhi And Mumbai To Enjoy And Indulge Tricoloured dishes, varied cuisines, innovative desserts, these restaurants have really upped their culinary game to make sure you enjoy the biggest ...
2019-08-14, 16:00

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Maharashtrian Kanda Poha At Home (Watch Recipe Video) Poha is a quintessential Indian breakfast dish that is a go-to food for many in various parts of the sub-continent. In fact, it is so popular that ev...
2019-08-14, 16:00

On A Diet? This Healthy Almond Snack May Be Ideal For Those Mid-Meal Cravings Given a chance, almonds may also play a fruitful role in facilitating your diet, since they are also high in protein. You need to be careful of how y...
2019-08-14, 16:00

There Could Be a Chlamydia Vaccine In the Coming Years, A Promising New Study Suggests The first-ever human trial of a genital-chlamydia vaccine suggests that it is safe and effective, according to a new study published in the Lancet. U...
2019-08-14, 15:32

Weight Loss for Kids? Thanks to WW, There’s An App for That Last February, Weight Watchers set off a firestorm when it announced it would offer its weight-loss program, for free, to teens ages 13 to 17. It ang...
2019-08-14, 15:32

An Ebola Drug Trial Ended Early Because It Was So Successful. That Could Change How Doctors Handle Future Outbreaks A year into an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), researchers have halted an experimental drug trial there because early r...
2019-08-14, 15:32

Social Media Hurts Girls More Than Boys The public and experts alike have blamed social media for a long list of mental health issues, including rising rates of depression, anxiety and suic...
2019-08-14, 15:32

Research in astronauts sheds light on rare fainting disorder An intervention used to treat astronauts has relevance for people on the ground with medical conditions that cause repeated fainting, researchers say...
2019-08-14, 07:32

Fewer parents smoke when pediatricians offer tobacco screening, treatment (Reuters Health) - Parents who smoke may be more likely to quit when they receive tobacco screening and smoking cessation treatment from their child'...
2019-08-14, 07:32

British hospitals may be poorly prepared for high casualty incidents (Reuters Health) - More than half of key hospital doctors in England who would likely be involved in responding to a major incident, such as a bombin...
2019-08-14, 07:32

Teen vaping tied to marijuana use (Reuters Health) - Adolescents and young adults who have smoked e-cigarettes are more than three times more likely to move on to marijuana than youth...
2019-08-14, 07:32

Study: Hypertension in middle-age may lead to dementia People between age 54 and 63 with blood pressure readings above 140/90 Hg, and saw their readings drop below 90/60 Hg later in life, have an increase...
2019-08-14, 07:32

Obesity linked to loss of gut antibody, increased insulin resistance Obesity may cause a gut bacteria known as immunoglobulin A to leak through stomach tissue, leading to inflammation that causes the body to develop in...
2019-08-14, 07:32

Massachusetts man with deadly mosquito-borne virus in coma, daughter says A Massachusetts man who was diagnosed with a potentially deadly mosquito-borne virus known as Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus is reportedly i...
2019-08-14, 06:32

Australian woman claims cotton-swab misuse led to infection that was 'eating away at her skull' An Australian woman candidly detailed her experience with a could-have-been deadly infection that occurred after she used cotton swabs to clean out h...
2019-08-14, 06:32

What to know about birth control nausea Nausea is a common side effect of many forms of birth control. It often goes away over time, but a person can take steps to reduce or eliminate it. L...
2019-08-14, 03:32

Pancreatic cancer cells spread by 'educating' the tumor environment Why does pancreatic cancer spread? The answer may lie in a previously unknown set of molecules that help cancer cells shape the environment around tu...
2019-08-14, 03:32

Harmful hospital bacteria evolved 'in response to modern diets' New research shows how and why one of the most dangerous species of hospital bacteria has evolved and warns that it continues to adapt to modern fact...
2019-08-14, 03:32

What does semen taste like, and can it change? Semen typically has a bitter or slightly salty taste, though this may vary from person to person. Various fluids in the semen give it its taste. Lear...
2019-08-14, 03:32

Why more depression treatments should include exercise A new review of specialist studies finds that exercise is indeed effective against depression. Yet many mental health recommendations fail to include...
2019-08-14, 03:32

Could estrogen help treat Parkinson's? Several studies have hinted at the neuroprotective effects of estrogen. A recent study in mice looks at how it might defend against Parkinson's disea...
2019-08-14, 03:32

What to do about swollen gums Swollen gums can occur due to gingivitis, pregnancy, and infection. Treatment typically depends on the cause, and good oral hygiene can prevent them....
2019-08-14, 03:32

What to know about mouth sores from chemo People can get temporary mouth sores from chemotherapy. Checking the mouth often helps early detection, while keeping the mouth moist and avoiding ce...
2019-08-14, 03:32

What to do about strawberry legs Strawberry legs occur when small black spots, resembling strawberry seeds, appear on the legs after shaving them. Treatments include moisturizing cre...
2019-08-14, 03:32

Survival and chemotherapy success rates for various cancers Success rates help indicate how effective various treatments are. Here, we provide success rates of treatments involving chemotherapy for various typ...
2019-08-14, 03:32

What are the best ways to cut an ingrown toenail? People can prevent ingrown toenails by cutting the nails properly. However, cutting an already ingrown nail at home can make it worse. This article c...
2019-08-14, 03:32

Blood test can identify Alzheimer's 2 decades before symptoms A new study showcases a blood test that identifies beta-amyloid proteins — a hallmark of Alzheimer's disease — 20 years before any symptoms of dement...
2019-08-13, 22:00

Schizophrenia: Genes related to circadian rhythms may be disrupted In the brains of people with schizophrenia, researchers have now found disrupted patterns in the expression of genes that correspond to sleep-wake cy...
2019-08-13, 22:00

Swollen gum around one tooth: What to know Many different issues can cause a swollen gum around one tooth, including periodontal disease or a dental abscess. Learn more about the causes and tr...
2019-08-13, 22:00

What to know about ingrown toenail surgery When ingrown toenails are not treatable at home, a doctor may recommend minor surgery. Learn about the recovery time, risks, and different procedures...
2019-08-13, 22:00

Can receding gums grow back? What to know Once the gums recede, they cannot grow back. However, many dental treatments can help restore the gums around the teeth. Learn more about receding gu...
2019-08-13, 22:00

Screen All Adult Patients for Drug Abuse, National Panel Urges With 1 in 10 Americans saying they misuse drugs, doctors should ask everyone about both illegal and prescription use, the U.S. Preventive Services Ta...
2019-08-13, 20:00

Canadian drug price regulator may be flexible on rare diseases Canada's patented drug price regulator, set to gain new powers next year, may be "more forgiving" in setting price caps for drugs that treat rare dis...
2019-08-13, 19:32

Ebola breakthrough: two drugs could treat up to 90 per cent of cases A drug trial has found two experimental drugs for Ebola to be so effective that scientists have stopped the trial early so that more people can recei...
2019-08-13, 19:00

Delhi Barbeque By Taurus Sarovar Portico- An Ode To North Indian Cuisine A newly opened barbeque restaurant - Delhi Barbeque by Taurus Sarovar Portico - will take you to the journey of Delhi's culinary delights, all at one...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Mediterranean Diet May Improve Cognitive Function In Type-2 Diabetes Patients A study that was published in journal Diabetes Care has claimed that following a Mediterranean diet may improve cognition in type-2 diabetes patients...
2019-08-13, 18:32

How Many Eggs Should You Eat In A Week? As part of a healthy balanced meal, consumption of one egg a day 3-4 times a week is safe for adults. The Recommended Dietary Allowance for cholester...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Independence Day: 5 Indian Superfoods That Are Taking The Culinary World By Storm Various common kitchen ingredients are becoming all global sensation- as healthy superfoods. Here are 5 such kitchen ingredients that are taking the ...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Kartik Aaryan Surprises 'Princess' Sara Ali Khan With This Cute Birthday Cake Compact and cute, Sara Ali Khan's birthday cake looks oh-so decadent. Another aww-worthy highlight of the cake was the icing that read, 'Happy Birthd...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Weight Loss: Add These Protein-Rich Snacks To Your Plant-Based Diet Weight loss: If you are on a plant-based diet, don't worry about your protein intake anymore. Here are some interesting plant-based high protein snac...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Independence Day 2019: 7 Best Tricolour Recipes You Should Try Independence Day 2019: With Independence Day just around the corner, it is time to soak in the celebrations with the best of tricolour recipes that y...
2019-08-13, 18:32

How To Get Colours Of Indian Tricolour From Natural Ingredients One of the highlights of Independence Day celebrations is tricolour dishes. Here's how to get the colours of the national flag naturally in your dish...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Restaurant-Style Kadhai Mushroom At Home Just like kadhai paneer and kadhai chicken, this delicacy is also tossed in a pool of rustic spices and veggies. Kadhai mushroom goes very well with ...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Walnuts May Offer Protective Benefits Against Ulcerative Colitis: Study A new study has indicated that consuming walnuts may offer protective benefits against ulcerative colitis, which is a type of Inflammatory Bowel Dise...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Shilpa Shetty's 'Triple Treat Sunday Binge' Looks Like Dessert Heaven Shilpa Shetty revealed that she was bingeing on desserts after two weeks and of course, this weekend's Sunday binge was therefore, extra special for ...
2019-08-13, 18:32

Daily on Healthcare: Nurse practitioners fight for more freedom Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-13, 17:32

Ebola 'no longer incurable' as Congo trial finds drugs boost survival Scientists are a step closer to being able to cure the deadly Ebola hemorrhagic fever after two experimental drugs showed survival rates of as much a...
2019-08-13, 17:00

Deciphera shares skyrocket as cancer drug improves progression-free survival Deciphera Pharmaceuticals Inc's shares more than doubled on Tuesday after the drugmaker said its late-stage study met the main goal of helping stomac...
2019-08-13, 17:00

UK baby loses all 4 limbs following horrific sepsis infection, mom claims one leg 'came off in her hand' A United Kingdom mother is warning other new parents after her 11-month-old son, Oliver, developed a sepsis that led to the removal of all four of hi...
2019-08-13, 16:32

Chlamydia vaccine shown to be safe in first ever human trial First ever clinical trial of chlamydia vaccine shows the drug is safe for women and triggers an immune response against the bacteria that causes the ...
2019-08-13, 10:00

Abortion lobby takes aim at parental rights Recently, a coalition of 75 organizations including Planned Parenthood, National LGBTQ Task Force, the ACLU, and the National Abortion Federation rel...
2019-08-13, 09:32

Daily on Healthcare: Black and Latino preemies less likely to get good care Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-13, 05:32

'We don't want you to mess with it': Nursing home resident issues blunt message to Kamala Harris While Sen. Kamala Harris was helping senior citizens in a nursing home in Iowa with their game of bingo, one of the residents told her what she thoug...
2019-08-13, 05:32

Missing Dentures Found Stuck in Man’s Throat 8 Days After Surgery Here’s why it’s best to remove false teeth before surgery: You just might swallow them. A medical journal is reporting the case of a 72-y...
2019-08-13, 04:00

Bills from out-of-network doctors rising at in-network hospitals A growing number of Americans treated at hospitals that are part of their insurance networks are getting billed for out-of-network care, a U.S. study...
2019-08-13, 00:32

Alarms in emergency rooms rarely important, which can desensitize staff Walk into any emergency room in the U.S. and you'll hear a regular din of beeping alarms going off from machines connected to patients. But a new stu...
2019-08-13, 00:32

Obesity, belly fat tied to early death among Mexicans Residents of Mexico City who are obese may be more likely to die prematurely than their slimmer counterparts, especially if they have lots of extra f...
2019-08-13, 00:32

Senator Grassley seeks info on Novartis's Zolgensma data issues U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has asked Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG to provide details on data manipulation related to its $2...
2019-08-13, 00:32

Pediatrician intervention may help parents quit smoking, study says Parents who smoke put their children and others around them at risk for bronchitis, pneumonia and a variety of other ailments. A smoking cessation pr...
2019-08-12, 23:00

Health organization calls DHS migrant welfare rule potentially 'catastrophic' The public charge policy, finalized Monday by the Department of Homeland Security, is a new rule that will allow immigration officials to deny green ...
2019-08-12, 23:00

Mixing opioids, cannabis may increase anxiety, depression in adults Recent research showed that while people who use cannabis and opioids showed no relief in pain, they did have higher levels of anxiety and depression...
2019-08-12, 23:00

China cuts 2019/20 corn use forecast by 2 million tonnes due to African swine fever China's agriculture ministry on Thursday said it was lowering its forecast for corn consumption in the 2019/20 crop year amid outbreaks of African sw...
2019-08-12, 22:00

U.S. records 10 new cases of measles last week The United States recorded 10 new measles cases last week, taking the total cases for the year to 1,182, in the worst outbreak since 1992, federal he...
2019-08-12, 22:00

Scientists hail promise of first effective Ebola treatments in Congo trial Scientists are a step closer to finding the first effective treatments for the deadly Ebola haemorrhagic fever after two potential drugs showed encou...
2019-08-12, 22:00

U.S. budget deficit widens; spending up on health, military The U.S. government's deficit widened to $120 billion in July, fueled by increases in spending on health care and the military, according to data rel...
2019-08-12, 22:00

Massachusetts man diagnosed with deadly mosquito-borne virus; risk raised to 'critical' in nearby areas The first case of the potentially deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) virus has been confirmed in a Massachusetts man, the state’s department of...
2019-08-12, 21:00

Man undergoes emergency surgery after dentures found lodged in throat days following procedure A 72-year-old man’s dentures were found lodged in his throat eight days after he had surgery, leading to complications and forcing him to later under...
2019-08-12, 21:00

Legionnaires' disease outbreak at Atlanta hotel is now largest ever recorded in Georgia, health official says The outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease linked to an Atlanta hotel is now considered to be the largest ever recorded in Georgia, a state health officia...
2019-08-12, 21:00

Vitamin B12 deficiency: What is Vitamin B12? Why it’s important to spot hidden symptoms VITAMIN B12 deficiency can cause symptoms which are hard to spot. Here we explore what vitamin B12 is, and why it’s important to spot the hidden symp...
2019-08-12, 21:00

Years after Texas backed off HPV vaccine mandate, cervical cancer rate soars Twelve years after Texas and Australia veered onto wildly different courses regarding HPV prevention, their gap in health outcomes has widened demon...
2019-08-12, 17:32

Aspirin may raise death among some breast cancer patients Using aspirin may raise risk of death in some women with breast cancer, a study says. Researchers say the drug may interact during methylation, a che...
2019-08-12, 17:32

Big pharma pours millions into medical schools — here’s how it can impact education The opioid crisis has highlighted the power of drug manufacturers when it comes to swaying physicians' prescribing habits, but exposure to industry s...
2019-08-12, 16:32

Diet For Diabetics: 5 Low-GI, Monsoon Fruits That May Regulate Blood Sugar Monsoon Fruits For Diabetics: Diabetics must carefully select fruits to be included in their daily diet, from the low end of the Glycaemic Index spec...
2019-08-12, 16:00

Delhi Is Lounging At WE Qutub, Their New Menu Is One Of The Many Reasons Why! WEs tasteful dcor aptly complements the gourmet offerings at the restaurant. The menu may not be very extensive, but it packs a number of classics an...
2019-08-12, 16:00

On A Keto Diet? Try This Keto-Friendly Chocolate Mousse Recipe For Your Sweet Cravings Following a keto diet might be a tough task when you have a sweet tooth that keeps on ticking. Here's a keto-friendly dessert recipe that you can eas...
2019-08-12, 16:00

Exercise More For Better Fitness After Retirement: These Dietary Habits May Help Too! There are many physical, mental and social benefits of being active in store for people who are approaching their retirement, provided they are engag...
2019-08-12, 16:00

No-deal Brexit could deepen Europe's shortage of medicines: experts As the Oct. 31 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union approaches, health professionals are warning that shortages of some medicines could ...
2019-08-12, 12:00

Serbia reports suspected African swine fever cases in backyard pigs Serbia has reported four suspected outbreaks of African swine fever among backyard pigs, the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) s...
2019-08-12, 12:00

Diabetes Diet: Reducing Carbs, Increasing Protein And Fat Intake Beneficial For Type-2 Diabetics A new study has said that consuming a diet that is low in carbohydrates and rich in protein and fats, might prove to be beneficial for people sufferi...
2019-08-12, 06:00

Weight Loss: This 3-Ingredient Juice Could Help Speed Up Your Weight Loss Weight Loss: Sugary sodas, cola beverages and packaged fruit juices are full of sugar. Look for sugar-free natural drinks to keep you hydrated. Here'...
2019-08-12, 06:00

Replacing 'beef with chicken' could reduce breast cancer risk The role of nutrition in cancer is a hot topic. A new study concludes that red meat increases the risk of breast cancer, but poultry may reduce risk....
2019-08-12, 03:32

Physical fitness may help prevent depression, anxiety Although exercise can improve mental health, little is known about whether physical fitness can reduce the risk of developing mental health condition...
2019-08-12, 03:32

AstraZeneca's Tagrisso helps lung cancer patients live longer: study AstraZeneca Plc said on Friday a late-stage study showed its top-selling drug, Tagrisso, had significantly helped patients with a type of lung cancer...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Bayer has not proposed paying $8 billion to settle U.S. Roundup claims: mediator Bayer AG has not proposed paying $8 billion to settle all U.S. claims related to the Roundup herbicide, mediator Ken Feinberg said in an email on Fri...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Middle-age hearing loss linked to dementia (Reuters Health) - Hearing loss in middle age is associated with higher odds of cognitive decline and dementia in later years, suggests a large study...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Factbox: Details of Canada's biggest drug pricing overhaul in decades The Canadian government finalized the biggest overhaul to its drug pricing regime since 1987 on Friday, giving new powers to the federal drug price r...
2019-08-11, 13:00

'Fat suit' may uncover medical student biases against obesity (Reuters Health) - Obesity simulation suits, worn by actors who play fake patients during training exercises, may help teach medical students about t...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Canada enacts drug price crackdown, in blow to pharmaceutical industry The Canadian government announced final regulations on Friday that should cut billions of dollars from patented drug prices that are among the highes...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Lifestyle stressed in cardiovascular disease prevention guideline NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new guideline from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association emphasizes social determinants...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Mediterranean diet tied to lower risk of gestational diabetes (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women at high risk for developing gestational diabetes may be less likely to experience this complication when they switc...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Amgen wins U.S. patent battle on arthritis drug Enbrel, thwarting Novartis A U.S. judge on Friday upheld two patents relating to Amgen Inc's blockbuster rheumatoid arthritis drug Enbrel, denying a challenge by Novartis AG, w...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Dengue death toll rises in Malaysia, number of cases close to double Malaysia saw a rise in deaths caused by dengue to 113 by August 3, compared to 70 cases in the same period last year, the health ministry said on Sat...
2019-08-11, 13:00

Nursing home staffers accused of taunting dementia patient, 91; outraged family suing: reports Two staff members have been fired and arrested and an Illinois nursing home now faces a lawsuit after video footage allegedly showed them taunting a ...
2019-08-11, 03:32

San Francisco saw 150 percent spike in fentanyl-related deaths last year, report says The number of deaths from fentanyl overdoses in San Francisco ​​​​​​​jumped by nearly 150 percent last year, according to a report by the city's publ...
2019-08-11, 03:32

Pimple scab remedies When pimples form, people may pick or pop them, which might cause a scab to form. Protecting the area from further irritation, as well as practicing ...
2019-08-11, 03:00

Is it a yeast infection or a urinary tract infection? Urinary tract infections (UTIs) and yeast infections share some similarities, but they have distinct symptoms and treatment options. Learn about the ...
2019-08-11, 03:00

Sen. Patty Murray: 'Mental health issues don't cause mass shootings' Sen. Patty Murray asserted on her Twitter account that the true cause of mass shootings are not people who have mental health issues but rather firea...
2019-08-10, 17:32

Not Just Unhealthy Diet, Excessive Screen Time Also Leads To Weight Gain In Kids A new study has found a link between amounts of screen time and obesity in kids. The study has indicated that kids who spend a lot of time in front o...
2019-08-10, 13:00

Monsoon Diet For Diabetics: 5 Low-GI Fruits That May Reglate Blood Sugar Monsoon Fruits For Diabetics: Diabetics must carefully select fruits to be included in their daily diet, from the low end of the Glycaemic Index spec...
2019-08-10, 13:00

What to do about steroid acne The use of steroids can lead to steroid acne. Treatment options include topical creams and ointments. Prevention usually focuses on avoiding steroids...
2019-08-10, 06:32

What to know about the link between diet and cancer A person’s diet may affect their risk of developing cancer in several ways. Some diets may also help prevent cancer, or help a person recover. Learn ...
2019-08-10, 06:32

Why fish may become more toxic than ever New research warns that levels of a toxic compound are on the rise in many species of fish and that this trend is set to continue. The question is: W...
2019-08-10, 06:32

Could hormone infusions help people with obesity shed weight? A new 4-week study suggests that hormone infusions may help people with obesity and type 2 diabetes or prediabetes lose weight and improve glucose le...
2019-08-10, 06:32

Can the moon really influence your health? People have long believed that the moon could influence their sleep, their mood, even their fertility. Are any of these beliefs true? We investigate....
2019-08-10, 06:32

Fat burning heart rate: Everything you need to know A person's fat burning heart rate depends on their age. Staying within this heart rate range during exercise is supposed to help people lose weight. ...
2019-08-10, 06:32

What to know about split nails A split nail can occur for many reasons, including trauma or injury to the area. Home remedies involve holding the nail in place until the split grow...
2019-08-10, 06:32

Surgeons Labored to Save the Wounded in El Paso Mass Shooting The bullets ripped through one woman, shredding her intestines and leaving holes the size of a man’s fist in her side. But surgeons had to work fast,...
2019-08-10, 04:00

How Exercise Lowers the Risk of Alzheimer’s by Changing Your Brain More and more studies are showing how regular exercise benefits the brain, and in particular, the aging brain. What’s less clear is how exactly...
2019-08-10, 02:32

Why is the AARP missing in action on 'step therapy?' Why is the largest consumer advocacy organization sitting on the sidelines as new federal rules make it harder for patients to get the vital medicine...
2019-08-10, 01:00

Late puberty associated with osteoporosis, bone weakness later in life Experiencing a growth spurt in the late-teens that ends with peak bone mass might make a person more prone to bone fractures and osteoporosis as they...
2019-08-10, 00:32

Bowel preparation not needed before colon surgery, study says Researchers have found there is no difference in post-surgical infection rates when a patient performs pre-surgical bowel preparation compared to whe...
2019-08-10, 00:32

Why do some victims of a cannabis vomiting syndrome avoid it after switching to legal weed? People with cannabis hyperemesis syndrome — a problem some heavy smokers get that involves chronic vomiting — are usually told to quit. But some cure...
2019-08-10, 00:00

6 cancer patients developed rare blood infection after nurse tampered with opioids: report At least six patients at a cancer facility in New York were sickened with a rare blood infection after a nurse allegedly tampered with injectable opi...
2019-08-09, 23:32

Review: Deep Dish Pizzas At UNO Chicago Bar & Grill Are Sure To Make You Crave For More Boasting of freshest ingredients and artisanal craft quality of food and beverages, the restaurant claims to have invented deep dish pizzas, which al...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Raksha Bandhan 2019: Try Making These Instant Stuffed Bread Gulab Jamuns At Home (Watch) Various Indian khoya-based mithais are doing rounds in the market, but one must be careful while purchasing a batch of these as they might be adulter...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Monsoon Diet Tips: 5 Fruits To Eat For Glowing Skin This Season  Monsoon skin health: If you are done with experimenting with every new skin product in town and not seeing any effective results - we have got someth...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Bakrid 2019: 5 Best Sugar-Free Desserts You Can Prepare This Eid Al-Adha Eid Sweets: Want to indulge in the festive sweets but not in the guilt after that? Here are 5 best sugar free sweets to prepare at home on Bakrid 201...
2019-08-09, 23:00

New Restaurants Alert: Check Out These Amazing New Restaurants In Delhi NCR And Mumbai Among the restaurants on this month's list of new restaurants in Delhi NCR are Virat Kohli's new multi-cuisine restaurant, a new Diva in GK and a bra...
2019-08-09, 23:00

5-Minute Cooking: Try This Delicious 4-Ingredient Macaroni For Those Untimely Cravings While most Indian household kitchens are loaded with ingredients that can be cooked instantly, one such ingredient that is both pleasing to the eyes ...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Raksha Bandhan 2019: Mango Rasgulla Recipe To Sweeten Your Festivities Raksha Bandhan 2019: Mango rasgullas is one of the best ways of making the most of the season's delicious mangoes that may not be available at your l...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Monsoon Weight Loss: Try This Pumpkin Coconut Shorba Recipe Healthy Monsoon Diet: What better to help you stay healthy than warming soups? Add this pumpkin and coconut shorba to your daily diet to tide over un...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Healthy Breakfast Tips: Give Your Poha A Makeover By Adding Almond And Cranberry To It Almond And Cranberry Poha is an assortment of nutritious nuts and fruits, retaining the essence of the conventional dish by using mustard seeds and b...
2019-08-09, 23:00

Former FDA chief warns consumers that all forms of CBD in food is actually illegal Restaurants have all rushed to cash in on adding CBD droplets to their products. But the FDA is looking to put a stop to that, citing safety concerns...
2019-08-09, 21:32

What to do about an ingrown hair on the penile shaft An ingrown hair on the penile shaft occurs when a hair grows into the skin. Ingrown hairs do not usually require treatment, but some remedies can imp...
2019-08-09, 21:32

Blisters between the toes: Causes and treatments Blisters often occur between the toes due to friction, but they can also be a symptom of various skin disorders. Learn about causes and treatments he...
2019-08-09, 21:32

What to know about pathological liars A pathological liar is someone who tells compulsive lies that do not have a clear motive or benefit. Learn more about the possible causes and how to ...
2019-08-09, 21:32

What to know about 3D mammograms A 3D mammogram provides a detailed image of the breast tissue. These images can help health professionals identify any unusual growths, especially in...
2019-08-09, 21:32

Everything you need to know about cheek biting Accidental cheek biting is often due to dental issues, but chronic cheek biting is a body-focused repetitive behavior. Learn about the causes and tre...
2019-08-09, 21:32

Periumbilical pain: What to know A wide variety of conditions can cause periumbilical pain, making it difficult for doctors to diagnose. Learn about the causes and treatment options ...
2019-08-09, 21:32

What to do about chin pimples People can develop pimples almost anywhere on the skin, including on the chin. Remedies include washing the face regularly and using topical ointment...
2019-08-09, 21:32

Is a urinary tract infection contagious? Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are not contagious, but the bacteria that cause them can travel between people. Learn more about these infections and...
2019-08-09, 21:32

What to know about plantar callus Plantar calluses are hard, thickened areas of skin on the feet. Here, learn what causes them, treatments and remedies, and how to stop plantar callus...
2019-08-09, 21:32

Why Drinking Water All Day Long Is Not the Best Way to Stay Hydrated Dehydration is a drag on human performance. It can cause fatigue and sap endurance among athletes, according to a 2018 study in the journal Frontiers...
2019-08-09, 20:00

Mosquito-Borne West Nile Virus Soared in 2018, According to CDC Data Severe cases of West Nile virus were 25% more common than usual in 2018, and transmission patterns appeared to shift to new regions, according to a n...
2019-08-09, 20:00

Vape pen explodes in UK man's car, causes third-degree burns: 'It felt like I was being burnt alive' A man in the United Kingdom is lucky to be alive after his vape pen exploded while he was driving, setting both himself and his car ablaze and leavin...
2019-08-09, 18:00

Upping caffeine intake could trigger migraines, study finds The next time you reach for an extra cup of coffee, think twice. A new study suggests that upping your caffeine intake throughout the day may trigger...
2019-08-09, 18:00

2020 Democrat: ‘We are well on our way to losing this election’ Presidential hopeful Steve Bullock said that infighting among the more than 20 Democratic contenders threatens to hand the 2020 election to President...
2019-08-09, 11:00

Nurse practitioners fight for more freedom Cathy Hampton's job as a nurse practitioner is similar in a lot of ways to that of a doctor. She can prescribe medication, order tests, refer patient...
2019-08-09, 11:00

Seizures after vaping? FDA investigating 127 reports of the neurological condition following e-cig use The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday announced it is investigating 127 reports of seizures occurring after vaping or electronic c...
2019-08-09, 02:32

Bride nearly loses leg after freak bachelorette party accident: It 'just went snap' A UK woman who severely broke her leg during her bachelorette party is thanking her bridesmaid — who has no formal first-aid training — for her quick...
2019-08-09, 02:32

Mass shootings and mental illness in America. Inside the debate As Americans reel from a weekend punctured by two mass shootings and at least 33 lives lost, the issue of whether the tragedies were a product of acc...
2019-08-09, 02:32

Breast cancer risk reduced by swapping red meat for poultry, study finds Heads up, ladies: Consider swapping chicken for red meat the next time you have the choice, as doing so may reduce the risk of breast cancer, a new s...
2019-08-09, 02:32

Sarepta says adverse event report for DMD gene therapy erroneously submitted Sarepta Therapeutics Inc said on Thursday it was informed that an adverse event report was erroneously submitted to the U.S. health regulator regardi...
2019-08-09, 01:32

Dense breast notification laws not leading to more screening ultrasounds State laws requiring women with dense breasts to be told about the benefits of further imaging after mammography may not lead more women to get extra...
2019-08-08, 23:32

More evidence preemies may grow up to be unlucky in love Adults who were underweight babies or early arrivals may be less likely to have romantic or sexual relations or become parents than their counterpart...
2019-08-08, 23:32

Study shows Apple devices in combo with apps could identify dementia Drugmaker Eli Lilly said on Thursday early results from a study suggest that Apple Inc devices, including the iPhone, in combination with digital app...
2019-08-08, 21:32

Moldova reports two more outbreaks of African swine fever: OIE Moldova has reported two further outbreaks of African swine fever among backyard pigs, the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) sai...
2019-08-08, 21:32

EU fights 'urgent challenge' of African swine fever spread The European Union faces an urgent challenge in tackling an outbreak of African swine fever which threatens Bulgaria's pig breeding industry, a Commi...
2019-08-08, 21:32

South Africa puts initial universal healthcare cost at $17 billion South Africa published its draft National Health Insurance (NHI) bill on Thursday, with one senior official estimating universal healthcare for milli...
2019-08-08, 21:32

Medical professionals of both genders link the word 'career' with men (Reuters Health) - Researchers who examined implicit and explicit gender biases in the U.S. medical community found that professionals of both gender...
2019-08-08, 21:32

Patient in Sarepta gene therapy trial develops serious illness; shares plunge Shares of Sarepta Therapeutics Inc plunged 12% after a notice from the U.S. health agency showed a patient in an ongoing study of the company's gene ...
2019-08-08, 21:32

Diabetes risk tied to common chemicals, curbed by healthy habits Chemicals in everything from food wrappers to clothing and furniture are associated with an increased risk of diabetes, but much of this added risk i...
2019-08-08, 21:32

The Dangers of Linking Gun Violence and Mental Illness After repeated exposure to a piece of information, people will start assuming it’s true, whether or not it actually is, simply because they&rsq...
2019-08-08, 21:32

Promising Blood Test Could Help to Predict Breast Cancer Recurrence Doctors have gotten much better at detecting and treating breast cancer early. Drug and chemotherapy regimens to control tumors have gotten so effect...
2019-08-08, 21:32

Cooking Hacks: How To Make Healthy And Flavourful Pizza Sauce At Home This preservative-free pizza sauce can be prepared in bulk and stored in airtight containers for use over several weeks. All you need for this sauce ...
2019-08-08, 19:00

Weight Loss: This Watermelon Cold Soup Will Hydrate And Burn Extra Calories During Summers Watermelon is one of the most sought-after fruits for weight loss. It is a negative calorie food, that means, it aids in burning existing calories in...
2019-08-08, 19:00

Easy Snack Recipe: Serve Your Guests This Delicious And Easy-To-Make Paneer Mini Pizza This is a pizza-like crostini that you can easily make at home with easy-to-fetch ingredients. You can use your regular bread as the base or get mini...
2019-08-08, 19:00

Fluoride in drinking water may reduce liver, kidney function in teens Fluoride is commonly found in nearly 75 percent of public water systems in the United States, and may be damaging the kidneys and livers of teens aro...
2019-08-08, 18:32

Here’s How Much Caffeine May Trigger a Migraine, According to a New Study Caffeine can be both a treatment and a trigger for migraine headaches, which makes it difficult for sufferers to know how much to sip. Experts believ...
2019-08-08, 15:00

Three Cups Of Coffee A Day May Trigger Migraine: Study If you have been chugging down several cups of coffee lately and complain of headache at the same time, you may blame your beloved drink for the same...
2019-08-08, 14:00

Eid al-Adha 2019: How To Make Nihari For The Festive Feast (Recipe Video) Bakrid 2019 Special: Nihari is a slow-cooked meat stew is generally made from lamb shanks, along with bone marrow. Junior Sous Chef Mahipal Singh of ...
2019-08-08, 14:00

Lose Weight By Including Black Pepper In Your Meals. Here Are Some Recipes Black pepper stimulates the appetite and aids digestion. It also has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that remove toxins from th...
2019-08-08, 14:00

Eid Al-Adha 2019: 7 Delicious Mutton Kabab Recipes To Try This Bakrid Bakrid 2019: With the festival being just around the corner, we've got you a list of mutton kababs to prepare at home and relish with friends and fam...
2019-08-08, 14:00

Breakfast Recipes: 5 Best Crepe Recipes To Make Your Breakfast Meals Fancy Breakfast Recipes: What makes crepes incredibly popular is that they are incredibly easy to put together, but it's fancy at the same time. Here are 5...
2019-08-08, 14:00

Stress In Middle Age May Increase Risk Of Alzheimer In Women: Eat These 8 Stress-Busting Foods Stress in middle-aged women may increase the risk of Alzheimer's and also lead to a greater memory decline. The findings of the study revealed that w...
2019-08-08, 11:32

What to know about an itchy mouth Itchiness inside the mouth may result from an allergic reaction or a viral or yeast infection. Here, learn what can cause an itchy mouth and what to ...
2019-08-08, 11:00

Ways to manage or stop heavy periods A range of home remedies can help reduce heavy periods. When the bleeding is severe, doctors may also recommend medication or surgery. Learn more her...
2019-08-08, 11:00

Using an 'obesity simulation suit' to reveal prejudice among med students Researchers used an 'obesity simulation suit' to role-play a scenario wherein a person with obesity sees the doctor. The study examined anti-obesity ...
2019-08-08, 11:00

Why do I feel tingling in my face? Tingling in the face has many potential causes, including some medications and certain health conditions. Learn more about what can cause tingling in...
2019-08-08, 11:00

Hydrating foods: The top 20 and their benefits Staying hydrated is vital for overall health, especially during warmer months. Learn about the top 20 hydrating foods and their health benefits in th...
2019-08-08, 11:00

What causes tingling in the head? Many things can cause tingling sensations in the head, from respiratory infections to multiple sclerosis. Read about these and more causes in this ar...
2019-08-08, 11:00

What to know about acne face maps Face mapping links the locations of acne breakouts on the face with certain health conditions. We look at the science behind acne face maps and what ...
2019-08-08, 11:00

Women who want information on abortion-pill reversal should have a right to it A growing number of states are enacting laws requiring doctors who perform pharmaceutical abortions to inform the mothers that it may be possible to ...
2019-08-08, 08:00

NSAID use for osteoarthritis may bring on cardiovascular disease People with osteoarthritis who take NSAIDs have a 23 percent higher likelihood of developing cardiac disease compared to people without the condition...
2019-08-08, 04:32

Recording blood pressure over 24 hours better predictor of heart ailments Researchers recently found blood pressure readings taken over a 24 hour period are more predictive of heart and arterial diseases compared to reading...
2019-08-08, 04:32

Sepsis patients with inflammation have higher death rates after discharge About one in four sepsis patients who live through their hospitalization will continue to have higher levels of inflammation. This puts them at risk ...
2019-08-08, 04:32

Recalled infant sleepers still used at 1 in 10 childcare centers surveyed by public advocacy groups A new survey claims that many daycare centers — even in states that ban recalled products — are still using infant sleepers that have been pulled fro...
2019-08-08, 02:32

'Tragedy at the hands of a fertility clinic': Family sues over sperm swap This past Christmas, Rebecca Cartellone gifted her parents a home DNA test because they all thought it would be fun to learn more about their Italian...
2019-08-08, 02:00

Presidential contender says Democrats are 'well on our way to losing this election' Presidential hopeful Steve Bullock said that infighting among the more-than 20 Democratic contenders threatens to hand the 2020 election to President...
2019-08-08, 02:00

FDA panel backs Gilead's HIV prevention drug Descovy, except in women An FDA advisory panel on Wednesday voted in favor of Gilead Sciences Inc's combination drug to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV infection in ...
2019-08-08, 01:32

Three Congolese doctors arrested in connection with WHO official's death Three Congolese doctors have been arrested for allegedly planning an attack on a hospital that killed a senior World Health Organization (WHO) epidem...
2019-08-08, 01:32

Supermarkets near home, fast-food along commute tied to obesity (Reuters Health) - People with more supermarkets and grocery stores close to home and workers who pass more fast food restaurants on their commute ha...
2019-08-08, 01:32

Major surgeries linked to small decline in mental functioning in older age (Reuters Health) - Major surgery may be tied to a small decline in cognitive functioning when we are older - equivalent, on average, to less than fiv...
2019-08-08, 01:32

Medicare to cover expensive cancer cell therapies The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on Wednesday said it has finalized a decision to cover expensive cancer cell therapies sold...
2019-08-08, 01:32

Healthy plant-based diet tied to lowered heart risk (Reuters Health) - People who eat a healthy, mostly plant-based diet may be less likely to develop heart disease and to die from it than those who co...
2019-08-07, 22:32

Why Are These Medical Instruments So Tough to Sterilize? Duodenoscopes have sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks. Now some experts are demanding the devices be redesigned or taken off the mar...
2019-08-07, 21:32

Novartis C.E.O. Defends Company’s Decision to Withhold False Data From the F.D.A. Responding to the agency’s stern rebuke, Vas Narasimhan, the company’s executive, tried to reassure investors that Novartis did not intentionally dec...
2019-08-07, 21:32

Why the news on dementia deaths is not as bad as it sounds Dementia has been named the leading cause of death in England and Wales, but individual risk for the condition is falling, and cancer actually kills ...
2019-08-07, 20:32

Thailand unveils first batch of medical marijuana for hospital distribution Thailand delivered 4,500 bottles of cannabis oil to treat hospital patients on Wednesday, its first official use of marijuana for medical purposes si...
2019-08-07, 20:32

Bayer says next glyphosate lawsuit likely to be postponed Germany's Bayer said the next U.S. lawsuit scheduled to be heard over claims that its glyphosate-based weedkiller Roundup causes cancer would likely...
2019-08-07, 20:32

China restricts opioid in tighter painkiller controls China has imposed new restrictions on the opioid oxycodone, its drug regulator said, as the country tightens control of its painkillers industry in t...
2019-08-07, 20:32

Moving during early pregnancy may increase preterm birth risk (Reuters Health) - Moving to a new home during the first three months of pregnancy may add stresses that increase a woman's risk of having a prematur...
2019-08-07, 20:32

Novartis says it knew of Zolgensma data problems before U.S. approval Swiss Drugmaker Novartis AG on Wednesday said it knew about discrepancies in data it submitted to regulators as it sought approval of its more than $...
2019-08-07, 20:32

Military lab, which handles Ebola and other dangerous pathogens, suspended after failing CDC inspection A military laboratory in Maryland used for biological defense research, which houses some of the world’s most dangerous pathogens, was shut down last...
2019-08-07, 19:32

The Best Sports and Exercises to Avoid Injury The human body is made to move, and physical activity is a requirement for lifelong health. But exercise-related injuries are a significant concern f...
2019-08-07, 19:00

Daily on Healthcare: Congress considers ‘red flag’ legislation Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-07, 19:00

Adults with dementia living at home twice as likely to be disadvantaged People living at home with dementia had two to five times the risk of being disadvantaged compared to those living in nursing facilities, according t...
2019-08-07, 17:00

More older adults die from cancer despite high screening rates As the fastest-growing age group in the United States, adults older than age 85 have higher incidences and death rates from cancer than people betwee...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Keto Diet: Is High Fat, Low-Carb Diet Good For Health? Expert Speaks Ketogenic diet is a high-fat low-carb diet, which scores of people are adopting to achieve quick weight loss. But is it really healthy? Does it reall...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Dietary Choline Present In Eggs And Meat Associated With Lower Risk Of Dementia  Eggs and meat are two of the primary sources of dietary phosphatidylcholine. Intake of dietary choline is associated to play a role in the prevention...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Eid 2019: When Is Bakrid? Date, Significance And Festive FeastIdeas Bakrid, also known as Eid Al-Adha, is one of the two most significant Muslim festivals celebrated each year, the other one being Eid Al-Fitr (also kn...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Sham-e-Awadh: A Must Try Awadhi Food Festival A limited-edition food festival celebrating Awadhi Food is currently on at the Westin, Gurgaon. The launch of the festival took place over the weeken...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Watch: This Creamy Keto-Friendly Spinach Soup Is A Complete Package Of Taste And Health While tomato, manchow, sweet corn, and hot and sour are regular soup options, you can always experiment with something more unique and healthy at the...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Indian Kitchen Tips: Sure Shot Ways To Prevent Hot Milk From Sticking To The Pan Whether you are boiling milk for regular consumption or preparing desserts like custard or kheer, it gets imperative to keep the vessel from burning ...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Heart Health: Eating More Plant-Based Foods May Help In Preventing Cardiovascular Issues A new study has claimed that eating more of plant-based foods and less of animal-based foods can lead to a better heart health and reduces the risk o...
2019-08-07, 17:00

Not all youth with psychiatric disorders need thyroid tests, study says Many health professionals recommend children with anxiety or depression get tested for thyroid disease. Now, researchers say those screenings need to...
2019-08-07, 15:32

Patient groups push back against Gilead's pricey HIV prevention treatment Gilead Sciences Inc hopes to soon introduce a pricey new pill to prevent HIV in people at risk of contracting the infection, but the drugmaker faces...
2019-08-07, 12:32

AstraZeneca's Lynparza helps prostate cancer patients live longer: study AstraZeneca said on Wednesday its cancer drug, Lynparza, was successful in helping patients with metastatic prostate cancer and certain genetic mutat...
2019-08-07, 12:00

Judge again blocks Arkansas from enforcing new abortion limit: media A federal judge late on Tuesday again blocked Arkansas from enforcing a new ban on abortions after 18 weeks of pregnancy, a law that had been expecte...
2019-08-07, 12:00

Bulgaria has failed to halt spread of African swine fever in threat to pig industry Bulgaria has failed to contain the spread of African swine fever, its deputy agriculture minister said on Wednesday amid concerns that the Black Sea ...
2019-08-07, 12:00

Drink This Honey-Lemon-Ginger Tea To Keep Cold, Cough At Bay This Monsoon According to health experts, you need not even look that far for help. Your kitchen pantry is filled with herbs, spices and ingredients that may help...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Diabetes Diet: This High-Protein Shake May Help In Regulating Blood Sugar Level The study determined that mankai duckweed may be used as a powerful alternative plant protein source for diabetes care and also for effective weight ...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Indian Cooking Hacks: How To Make Restaurant-Style Punjabi Chole At Home (Recipe Video Inside) Tossed in a pool of rustic spices, this dish is best paired with Indian flat breads such as bhature, puri or rice. You can also have it with aloo tik...
2019-08-07, 09:32

How To Make Mess-Free Scrambled Eggs Using Just Water (Watch Video) Scrambled eggs are one of the most popularly prepared egg dishes. It's easy to make and is prepared in minutes with minimum effort and minimum ingred...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Indian Cooking Tips: Celebrate Monsoon With This Yummy Spinach Potato Pakodas (Recipe Video Inside) Spinach potato pakoda is the ideal monsoon snack to binge on with family and friends. With a crispy crunchy exterior and tantalising flavour inside, ...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Ketogenic Diet: Is High Fat, Low-Carb Diet Good For Health?Expert Speaks Ketogenic diet is a high-fat low-carb diet, which scores of people are adopting to achieve quick weight loss. But is it really healthy? Does it reall...
2019-08-07, 09:32

This Gatte Ki Kadhi Recipe Is Delightful Mix Of 2 Desi Favourites (Watch Video) Kadhi pakoda is a classic curry of India that is also enjoyed with a bowlful of plain rice. At the same time, gatte is a Rajasthani favourite. Try th...
2019-08-07, 09:32

This Spinach And Chickpea Soup May Help Manage Your High Blood Pressure Your high blood pressure diet should be a mix of fresh fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds. You should look for foods that are enriched with p...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Protein-Rich 2-Bean And Chicken Soup Recipe For A Healthy Monsoon A steaming hot soup during rainy or cold weather is perhaps one of those simple pleasures of life that we all crave. Here's one to add to your repert...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Healthy Diet: How To Make Ginger Ale At Home With Natural Ingredients While the commercial ginger ales use carbonated water, traditionally prepared ginger ales will have carbonation due to the carbon dioxide produced du...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Watch: How To Make Bengali-Style, Authentic Fish Fry At Home If you love to eat fish, you must try Bengali-style fish fry. And, you can do it at your own home by cooking the dish with the help of this easy reci...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Dietary Choline Present In Eggs And Meat Associated With Lower Risk Of Dementia   The study was conducted in an attempt to investigate the association of dietary choline intake with cognitive performances in middle-aged and older m...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Whole Body Vibration May Help Digest Food And Reduce Diabetic Inflammation: Study Alistipes helps ferment the food without producing alcohol and it generally improves the metabolic status of our gut, further making us more proficie...
2019-08-07, 09:32

Have we found the true cause of diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer's? The diseases most people die of have been attributed to unhealthy lifestyles. But evidence now suggests bacteria are to blame, heralding a revolution...
2019-08-07, 08:00

Feeling the Heat? Here’s When Fans Can Help—And When They Don’t—According to Science With cities around the world hitting record-breaking temperatures, finding quick and effective ways to cool off has become a top priority. Air-condit...
2019-08-07, 06:32

Is there a link between dark chocolate and depression? Scientists have discussed for decades whether chocolate can improve mood. The latest research links reduced depressive symptoms to eating dark chocol...
2019-08-07, 04:00

Is olive oil safe to use as a sexual lubricant? Olive oil has many health benefits, but it is not advisable to use it as a sexual lubricant. In this article, we list some alternatives and explain w...
2019-08-07, 04:00

Portable breath monitor quickly detects life threatening lung disease A new, portable gas chromatography breath analyzer can detect acute respiratory distress syndrome with 90% accuracy in 30 minutes, scientists report....
2019-08-07, 04:00

How to treat tonsillitis symptoms at home Tonsillitis is a viral or bacterial infection that causes swelling and pain in and around the tonsils. Learn about a variety of home remedies for ton...
2019-08-07, 04:00

What to know about anal warts Anal warts develop due to the human papillomavirus. They can cause itching, bleeding, and other symptoms. Treatment may involve topical medications, ...
2019-08-07, 04:00

Causes and treatments for pain in the arch of the foot The arch of the foot plays a vital role in supporting movements such as walking. In this article, learn about what causes pain in the arch, as well a...
2019-08-07, 04:00

What to know about Celexa (citalopram) Celexa (citalopram) is an antidepressant medication that doctors prescribe for major depressive disorder. We look at its uses, side effects, and warn...
2019-08-07, 04:00

U.S. FDA says some data testing Novartis' $2 million gene therapy was manipulated The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday that some data from early testing of Novartis' more than $2 million gene therapy Zolgensma was...
2019-08-07, 03:32

Drug assistance programs offer little charity to uninsured (Reuters Health) - Many patients who receive assistance from charities set up to defray prescription drugs costs may already have insurance that cove...
2019-08-07, 01:00

Cyberbullying by vegan activists a source of stress for farmers, psychologists say The Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food spent several months studying the mental health challenges facing farmers, ranchers and agricultu...
2019-08-07, 00:00

Cancer hospital affiliation tied to lower cancer surgery mortality rates (Reuters Health) - Community hospitals may have lower mortality rates for cancer surgeries when they're affiliated with a top-ranked cancer center, a...
2019-08-06, 23:32

How Trump's plan to import prescription drugs from Canada would work President Trump wants to let Americans import prescription drugs from Canada, part of his agenda for lowering drug prices. He has eyed several measur...
2019-08-06, 23:00

FDA approved world's priciest drug using faulty data The Food and Drug Administration is taking action against pharmaceutical giant Novartis for knowingly submitting faulty data to government regulators...
2019-08-06, 23:00

Amag's female libido injectable therapy to sell at $899 Amag Pharmaceuticals Inc's treatment to boost sexual desire in premenopausal women will be offered at $899 and is the only injectable drug on the mar...
2019-08-06, 22:00

FDA says some data testing Novartis' $2 million gene therapy was manipulated The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Tuesday that some data from early testing of Novartis' more than $2 million gene therapy Zolgensma was ...
2019-08-06, 22:00

Medical professionals of both genders link the word "career" with men (Reuters Health) - Researchers who examined implicit and explicit gender biases in the U.S. medical community found that professionals of both gender...
2019-08-06, 22:00

People who need opioid overdose antidote aren't getting it Nine million more prescriptions for the antidote to opioid overdose could have been prescribed last year if medical providers had followed federal gu...
2019-08-06, 20:00

Advanced sleepers go to bed early, rise early because of natural body clock A condition called advanced sleep phase triggers a premature release of the sleep hormone melatonin within the circadian rhythm, the body's internal ...
2019-08-06, 19:32

Stem cell treatment may reverse heart attack damage Researchers have developed a method of growing new tissue from stem cells that can repair the harm caused by a heart attack, according to a new study...
2019-08-06, 19:32

Trump calls for mental health reform after shootings — but his policies threaten coverage Trump's critics and health policy experts say moves out of the White House have made and will make it more difficult for people to obtain the me...
2019-08-06, 19:00

Democrats and Republicans both love the same thing: Disastrous healthcare price controls If there’s one thing Republicans can agree on when it comes to healthcare, it’s that they are opposed to “Medicare for all.” Alternatively known as “...
2019-08-06, 18:00

Working toward zero maternal deaths: Hospitals and health systems are doing the work Throughout my career, I’ve had the privilege of working with mothers and babies across the care continuum. From working as a nurse providing prenatal...
2019-08-06, 18:00

Daily on Healthcare: Executive order gives hope to kidney patients Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-06, 18:00

West Nile virus confirmed in Los Angeles county for first time in 2019, health officials say Two residents in Los Angeles County in California have been infected with the mosquito-borne West Nile virus, marking the county’s first confirmed ca...
2019-08-06, 17:32

CRISPR Gene Editing Is Being Tested in Human Patients, and the Results Could Revolutionize Health Care It’s only been seven years since scientists first learned how to precisely and reliably splice the human genome using a tool called CRISPR, mak...
2019-08-06, 14:48

Epilepsy patients may live longer with specialist care People with epilepsy who receive care from specialists may be less likely to die prematurely than their counterparts who don't, a Canadian study sugg...
2019-08-06, 14:48

Social stress tied to lower bone density after menopause Older women who are under a lot of social strain may be more likely to develop brittle, fracture-prone bones after menopause than their counterparts ...
2019-08-06, 14:48

US military families face challenges getting healthcare for kids American families with military health insurance may be more likely to experience difficulties with access to healthcare than civilian families with ...
2019-08-06, 14:48

In extreme heat, electric fans inadvisable unless it's humid In extreme heat, electric fans may offer some relief when it's very humid, but when temps are dangerously high and humidity is low, fans can actually...
2019-08-06, 14:48

EU approves Sanofi, Regeneron's Dupixent for adolescent eczema cases The Dupixent product developed by French healthcare company Sanofi and its U.S. partner Regeneron has won regulatory approval in Europe for moderate-...
2019-08-06, 14:48

Diabetes drug maker Novo Nordisk buys pill factory in North Carolina Novo Nordisk said on Tuesday it had bought a factory in North Carolina that would assist in manufacturing and packaging its new once-daily pill for t...
2019-08-06, 14:48

GSK ends development of Ebola vaccine, hands work to U.S. institute British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline is giving up its work on developing three potential vaccines against the deadly Ebola and Marburg viruses, despite...
2019-08-06, 14:48

FDA can save lives by rejecting Scott Gottlieb's bad recommendations E-cigarettes have proven effective at helping people quit smoking, a massive potential public health gain, considering nearly half a million people d...
2019-08-06, 05:16

Foreign drugs import danger The Trump administration just announced it is taking steps to introduce a "safe importation action" pilot program authorizing states, wholesalers, an...
2019-08-06, 05:16

Daily on Healthcare: Push to legalize pot deepens partisan divisions in 2020 race Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...
2019-08-06, 05:16

Ditch Maida Parathas, Try This Protein-Rich Ragi Roti For Weight Loss Protein-rich diet: Ragi or finger millet is a treasure trove of health benefits. The wonder grain is gluten-free, protein-rich, fibre-rich and teemin...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Eating Dark Chocolate May Help Reduce Depression: Study Eating dark chocolate may help alleviate depression and relieve symptoms. The study looked at whether different types of chocolate are associated wit...
2019-08-06, 02:48

High-Protein Soups: 4 Soothing And Yummy Soups To Shed Those Extra Kilos In Monsoon The trend of 'souping' has become a sensation in the world of weight loss and fitness. Souping gives you enough room to experiment; you can put healt...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Independence Day 2019: Try These Independence Day Special Desserts At Home To Ring In The Celebratio Independence Day 2019: Soak in the celebratory fervour of Independence Day with the most amazing desserts that you can prepare at home! From tricolou...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Healthy Diet: 2 Scrumptious Lotus Root Salad Recipes For A Filling Meal There are several interesting ways of adding lotus root to your diet. You can cook it in many different ways and with the use of a variety of cooking...
2019-08-06, 02:48

4 Diet Tips To Follow While Trekking  Trekking is perfect in the monsoon season where you burn calories while enjoying the weather. However, adjusting your diet and nutrition intake will ...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Cooking Tips: How To Make Restaurant-Style Cold Coffee At Home A mix of a strong coffee flavour, with the right amount of sugar and milky creaminess, is difficult to achieve. Here's how to make restaurant-style c...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Chronic depression: Form of CBT may fail after 2 years A study compares the benefits of the cognitive behavioral analysis system of psychotherapy with those of supportive psychotherapy for chronic depress...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Hepatitis A becomes health emergency in Florida The state of Florida has declared the current hepatitis A outbreak a 'public health emergency,' and officials encourage inhabitants to get vaccinated...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Could the use of stomach acid drugs raise the risk of allergies? A nationwide study of Austrian health records has found a higher rate of prescriptions for allergy drugs following those for stomach acid medications...
2019-08-06, 02:48

How do you know when a stubbed toe is serious? Stubbing a toe can be very painful. It can be hard to tell whether the toe is bruised, broken, or sprained. Learn about symptoms and diagnosis, as we...
2019-08-06, 02:48

Politicians Keep Blaming Mass Shootings on Mental Health Issues. Doctors Say They’re Wrong In his address to the nation on Monday, President Donald Trump had an explanation for the pair of mass shootings that shook America in the span of a ...
2019-08-06, 02:16

Study: Opioid recovery requires more treatment than alcohol recovery People addicted to drugs like oxycodone, hydrocodone and other opioids have a harder time kicking the habit than those addicted to alcohol, according...
2019-08-06, 01:48

Researchers may have found a way to block gonorrhea infection Researchers at Georgia State University say blocking uptake of the mineral zinc by the bacterial pathogen that causes gonorrhea could prevent infecti...
2019-08-06, 01:48

Drug industry urges Canada to act early on U.S. import plan Canada's main pharmaceutical lobby group has urged the government not to wait for drug shortages before responding to U.S. plans to import Canadian d...
2019-08-05, 20:32

Nobio gets FDA approval for anti-bacterial dental fillings Israel's Nobio Ltd said on Monday it received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market its anti-bacterial composite designed to ...
2019-08-05, 20:32

Roche says test showed Tecentriq helped vs bladder cancer Roche Holding said its Tecentriq drug combined with platinum-based chemotherapy reduced the risk of the disease worsening or death in patients with a...
2019-08-05, 20:32

Russia reports ASF outbreak near its border with China An outbreak African Swine Fever (ASF) has been detected at a small farm in Russia's Primorsk region near its border with China, Russia's agriculture...
2019-08-05, 20:32

For stroke treatment, even 15 minutes can make a difference in outcome A new study is reporting that people who are treated more quickly after having a stroke — in many cases, just 15 minutes faster — have significantly ...
2019-08-05, 12:16

After liver donation, Fox News correspondent Ed Henry looks to spread the word about transplant needs When Ed Henry, chief national correspondent at Fox News Channel, decided to donate part of his liver to his sister, Colleen, he never intended it to ...
2019-08-05, 08:48

FDA can save lives by rejecting Scott Gottlieb's lies E-cigarettes have proven effective at helping people quit smoking, a massive potential public health gain, considering nearly half a million people d...
2019-08-05, 08:48

A quiet healthcare crisis in dentistry Few things are more concerning than kids without access to quality medical care. That’s especially true when the kids in question have special needs....
2019-08-05, 08:48

How a dietary change might boost cancer therapy A study in mice finds that eating less of a particular amino acid that is found in high levels in meat and eggs enhances the effects of cancer treatm...
2019-08-05, 08:16

High-Protein Diet: Here's How You Can Make Omelette In A Mug (Recipe Inside) Protein Rich Breakfast: Weight Loss: Here, we help you with a great recipe of a weight-loss-friendly breakfast dish made with eggs, omelette in a mug...
2019-08-04, 20:16

Tainted Pork, Ill Consumers and an Investigation Thwarted Drug-resistant infections from food are growing. But powerful industry interests are blocking scientists and investigators from getting information t...
2019-08-04, 08:16

Trump Administration Weighs Allowing Drug Imports for Cheaper Prescriptions The proposal was announced between two Democratic debates, seemingly timed to show that President Trump was also trying to tackle the highly populist...
2019-08-03, 22:32

A New Sponsor for Allyson Felix The women’s sports apparel company Athleta announced it is sponsoring the Olympic sprinter, who went public about her dispute with Nike, her previous...
2019-08-03, 21:48

Arizona's Mint Dispensary, A Restaurant That Adds Weed To Everything Mint Dispensary, a unique store/restaurant in Arizona offering the likes of chicken wings dressed with THC, the active ingredient of marijuana.This e...
2019-08-03, 17:48

Weight Loss Diet: 3 Detox Drinks To Shed Kilos In Monsoon Weight Loss Tips: It is important to pair a healthy diet with healthy lifestyle that includes regular workout. On that note, here are a few detox dri...
2019-08-03, 17:48

Indian Cooking Tips: How To Make Famous Mumbai-Style Dosa 'Jini Dosa' At Home Jini Dosa (or Jini ka Dosa) is a famous Mumbai version of dosa, which is Mumbai roadside vendor's answer to Indian pizza! The recipe of Jini Dosa is ...
2019-08-03, 17:48

Reducing 'Ugly Cholesterol' May Help Prevent Stroke: Home Remedies To Manage Cholesterol Reducing high levels of remnant cholesterol or 'ugly cholesterol' can significantly cut the risk of stroke and myocardial infarction, say researchers...
2019-08-03, 17:48