Washington, Jan 30 : A new research has found that drinking more than two alcoholic beverages daily in middle-age, raises heart risks more than traditional factors.
London, Jan 30 : Snail facial has come out to be the latest beauty craze among the ladies across Thailand, it has been revealed.
Washington, Jan. 30 : A new study has recently revealed that negative stereotyping affects memory and cognitive performance of older people.
Washington, Jan 30 : Scientists have claimed that texting may be a more suitable than mobile applications when it comes to treatment for mental ill patients.
Washington, Jan 30 : A new research has revealed that hydrogen sulfide, a gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive odor, can lower heart rate, blood pressure and blood vessel stiffness.
Washington, Jan 30 : A new research has revealed that probiotic helps diabetes treatment in rats, suggesting that it can lead to human remedy.
Washington, Jan 30 : A new research has found the brain circuit responsible for making us feel addicted to sugar and overeating.
Washington, Jan 30 : US researchers have discovered a "mini brain" hidden in our spinal cord that helps us remain balanced while maneuvering our way through crowd or walking across an icy parking lot in winter so that we do not slip and fall.
London, Jan 30 : Heading to gym for the first time may be a little daunting but keeping note of a few things can make the experience easier. From setting yourself a goal to rewarding yourself when you achieve it are some of the factors that can keep you motivated and inspired.
New York, Jan 30 : Have diabetes? Get ready to pop a probiotic pill each morning to help control your sugar levels.
Singapore, Jan 30 : A team of researchers here has developed a paper-based disposable device that will allow dengue-specific antibodies to be easily detected from saliva within 20 minutes.
New York, Jan 30 : Simple texting via smartphones can be a more suitable treatment aid for those with mental illness than mobile apps, a study has found.
London, Jan 30 : More than two drinks a day in middle-age may raise your stroke risk more than traditional factors such as high blood pressure and diabetes, warns a study.
Washington, Jan 29 : Online dieters who log in regularly lose more than eight percent of their body weight in six months, a new study shows adding that the less users interacted in the community, the less weight they lost.
Washington, Jan 29 : In a finding that may help improve treatment and diagnosis of common reading disorders like dyslexia, a study suggests that phonics should not be overlooked in favour of a whole-language technique that focuses on visually memorising word patterns.
London, Jan. 29 : Scientists tracking the Ebola outbreak in Guinea have recently stated that the virus has started to mutate, which might make it somewhat less deadly but more contagious eventually.
New York, Jan 29 : Love wine for its bouquet of health benefits? Try some beer too. According to researchers, a beer compound can protect brain cells from damage.
New York, Jan 29 : A compound found in green tea may trigger a process that kills oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone, finds a promising study.
Washington, Jan 29 : If new hypertension guidelines are followed sincerely, it could help us significantly prevent deaths owing to cardiovascular diseases (CVD) each year without increasing overall health care costs, an analysis conducted by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) found.
Washington, Jan. 29 : A new study has recently revealed that people who make more connections while using an online weight management program lose around more than 8 percent of their body weight in six months.
Washington, Jan 29 : Green tea consists of an ingredient, which may help kill oral cancer cells, without touching the healthy cells, says a new research.
Washington, Jan 29 : A new study has demonstrated that an ingredient from beer could protect brain cells from damage and potentially slow the development of disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
London, Jan 28: Researchers have recently developed a new fat-busting injection that can help people get rid of their "double-chin."
Vienna, Jan 28 : Type 2 diabetes is preventable in up to 60 percent of cases if early signs are recognised and acted upon, experts have said.
London, Jan 28 : A stomach hormone involved in the stimulation of our appetite by activating the brain's reward system may also enhance sex drive, a first-of-its-kind study has documented.
New York, Jan 28 : Girls who frequently consume sugary drinks tend to start their menstrual periods earlier than girls who do not, new research shows.
New York, Jan 28 : Using 3D printing, investigators from the non-profit Feinstein Institute for Medical Research here have created cartilage designed for tracheal repair or replacement.
London, Jan 28 : A new study has revealed that girls who drink a can and a half of sugary cola, lemonade or other fizzy drinks a day are increasing their risk of breast cancer.
Washington, Jan 28 : According to a new Swedish study, an appetite hormone released from the stomach has been shown to increase sexual drive in mice.
New York, Jan 27 : Making oatmeal your breakfast cereal choice could help you eat less later during the day and control weight, says new research.
New York, Jan 27 : Limit screen time and caffeine for your kids at bedtime if you want them to get quality sleep and perform better in life, says a study.
Washington, Jan 27 : Scientists have identified a potential new drug target for treating lung cancer.
Washington, Jan 27 : Having oatmeal for breakfast can make you feel fuller, with lower hunger ratings and fewer calories at lunch.
Washington, Jan 27 : Scientists have claimed that adults between the ages of 35 and 55 with even slightly high cholesterol are at risk of facing heart disease later in life.
Washington, Jan 27 : A new study has shed light on dementia demonstrating that higher dementia risk is linked to more use of common drugs.
Washington, Jan 27 : People who use cochlear implants for profound hearing loss do respond to certain aspects of music and this may even help improve their understanding and use of the spoken language, researchers say.
Washington, Jan 27 : More than half the people in some developing countries could be at the risk of malnutrition if crop-pollinating animals like bees continue to decline, a study shows.
Washington, Jan 26 : A new study has shed light on telomeres that are essential part of human cells that affect how our cells age, by extending them to slow down the cell aging process.
Washington, Jan. 26 : A new study has provided a deeper insight into how sleep and memory team up to help humans with learning.
London, Jan 26 : If you are a vegan and can't include milk in your diet, then calcium is one nutrient your body will miss. Try kale, orange or soy milk for a healthy calcium supply.
Los Angeles, Jan 26 : In search of a foolproof method to tighten your abs? Learn the right moves.
New York, Jan 26 : Stress hormones in the mother can affect foetal development, a new study says.
London, Jan 26 : Investigators have now established that alcohol drinking pattern has a significant influence on the risk of cirrhosis of the liver and that daily drinking increases that risk compared with drinking less frequently.
Tokyo, Jan 26 : The umami of "fifth taste" could have an important and beneficial role in health especially in elderly people, according to a new research.
London, Jan. 26 : A new study has recently revealed that heartburn for three or more weeks can be sign of oesophageal or stomach cancer.
Toronto, Jan 26 : Treating post-operative pain with morphine can cause life threatening respiratory problems in some children who have had their tonsils removed, new research has found.
Wellington, Jan 26 : Stroke survivors might soon be able to go online to find a system to help improve their memories with virtual reality technology developed by New Zealand scientists.
Washington, Jan 26 : Umami taste, which is one of the five basic tastes, could also prove beneficial for health, says a new research.
Melbourne, Jan. 26 : Researchers were recently revealed that people with anorexia subtly move their eyes in a jerky fashion, which can help in diagnose the disease with 95 per cent accuracy.
Melbourne, Jan 26 : The Indonesian rescue team has failed to lift the fuselage of the crashed AirAsia flight for the second time as the debris sank back to the ocean bed when a rope linking the lifting balloons broke.
New York, Jan 26 : Giving employees flexible work hours help curb sleep deficiency and improve overall health, researchers report.
Washington, Jan. 25 : A new study has recently identified a novel target to treat epilepsy, it has been reported.
Washington, Jan. 25 : A new study has recently revealed that beetroot juice before exercise can boost heart function in COPD patients.
Sao Paulo, Jan 25 : Researchers at the University of Brasilia (UnB) and Brazil's state-owned agriculture and livestock research company Embrapa have discovered a protein in coffee with effects similar to morphine.
Washington, Jan 25 : In a bid to find a longer, healthier life, scientists have developed a new treatment to extend telomeres -- protective "end caps" for chromosomes that help keep DNA healthy -- to slow the process of cell ageing.
London, Jan. 25 : A new miracle injection called Liraglutide has recently been developed that has helped people shed an average 19lbs a year, so it has been considered better than dieting or exercising.
New York, Jan 25 : A small yet significant study shows that beetroot juice improves exercise function in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients.
Melbourne, Jan 25 : Serena Williams, Sam Stosur and Martina Navratilova are among the women tennis stars appearing in a new video asking for help to fight Motor Neuron Disease.
Los Angeles, Jan 24 : Low carb diets may be used as a weight loss tool by some people, but dieticians and nutritionists warn that the tactic may be contributing to a reduction in fibre intake and thus, helping in setting up health problems instead.
Washington, Jan 24 : Finding a new co-relationship between sleep and memory, a new study on flies has discovered that sleep, memory and learning are deeply connected.