Monday, September 21, 2015

Health

Featured

New York became the second US state to ban flavored e-cigarettes Tuesday, following several

Shorter people run higher risk of diabetes: study

Shorter people are at greater risk of developing type

With one suicide every 40 seconds, WHO urges action

Nearly 800,000 people commit suicide eachyear — more than those killed by war and homicide or breast cancer, theWorld Health

Measles returns to four European nations, WHO says

Measles has returned to four European nations previously seen as free of the illness,

Utah investigates 21 cases of lung disease linked to vaping

Utah health officials say they are investigating 21 cases of a severe lung disease linked to vaping.The state Department of

UN: Don't worry about drinking microplastics in water

 The World Health Organization says the levels of microplastics

Here’s why you should include bay leaf in your diet

Known for its aromatic flavour, tej patta or bay

Ebola kills boy aged 7 in DR Congo’s South Kivu

A child has died from Ebola in DR Congo’s South Kivu, health authorities said Monday, the second person to succumb

KU research uncovers serious health risk in handling taka

Currency notes move from hand to hand collecting dirt and bacteria that make people very uncomfortable to touch them.But, according

Goal of ending AIDS by 2030 within the world’s reach: UNAIDS ED

Winnie Byanyima, the newly-appointed Executive Director of UNAIDS says the end of AIDS as

Early study results suggest 2 Ebola treatments saving lives

Two of four experimental Ebola drugs being tested in Congo seem to be saving

US seniors fulfill dreams, fight depression with virtual reality

Nidia Silva had never realized her dream of 

Uganda begins largest trial of experimental Ebola vaccine

Researchers in Uganda have launched the largest-ever trial of

Congo officials say 2nd Ebola case confirmed in city of Goma

Officials in Congo on Tuesday said a second Ebola

Study: Millions should stop taking aspirin for heart health

Millions of people who take aspirin to prevent a heart attack may need to

Menstrual cups safe, practical and cheap: study

Inexpensive and reusable menstrual cups are safe and as

WHO: Too much sugar in baby foods on market

Baby foods on market generally contain too much sugar,

Medicare moving toward covering acupuncture for back pain

Medicare says it's moving toward potentially covering acupuncture for

Health tips: Simple ways to manage migraine at work

Whether or not we acknowledge it, unhealthy eating habits,

Antibiotics can weaken flu defences, says new study

Antibiotics can leave the lung vulnerable to flu viruses,

10 medical myths we should stop believing

You might assume that standard medical advice was supported

Over 2.2cr children to be fed Vitamin A plus capsule today

National Vitamin-A Plus campaign is beingobserved across the country today aiming to feed vitamin-A Plus capsules to over 2.20 crore

Vitamin A Plus campaign tomorrow

The national Vitamin ‘A’ plus campaign will be observed

New breast cancer drug found to boost survival rates by 30%

A new form of drug drastically improves 

icddr,b launches artificial intelligence based diabetic retinopathy detection

icddr,b in collaboration with Eyes For All PLC, United

Sugars in mother's milk help shape baby's microbiome and ward off infection

While living in a mother’s womb, cushioned by amniotic fluid and protected from the

Latest News