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Washington, Nov 23 : A new study has examined that levels of testosterone play a limited role when it comes to driving menopausal women's interest in sex and sexual function.
Washington, Nov 23 : Exercise along with occasional fasting is good for boosting the brain's neurons, shows a new research.
Washington, Nov 23 : A new study has revealed patients who receive more cells during cell therapy for heart attacks get significant benefits.
London, Nov 23 : The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the Ebola outbreak is now "stable" in Guinea where the crisis began.
Washington, Nov 23 : A new study has provided a deeper insight into how stress increases risks of myocardial infarction (heart attacks.)
Melbourne, Nov 23 : If you are not comfortable wearing contact lenses, it could be due to degradation of the lipid layer in the eyes' natural tear film, says a study.
Washington, Nov 23 : The drugs given to HIV-positive pregnant women can cause significant long-term heart problems for the non-HIV-infected babies they carry, says a new study.
London, Nov 22 : Researchers in Britain have found a link between prenatal enamel growth rates in teeth and weaning in human babies.
Washington, Nov 21 : A new study has revealed that caffeine may be neuroprotective and will be able to block cocaine's direct effects on the estrus cycle.
New York, Nov 21 : Researchers have identified a protein mutation in some males before birth that can lead to the development of testicular cancer as well as other less life-threatening challenges.
London, Nov 21 : Modern hand dryers are worse than paper towels when it comes to spreading germs, according to new University of Leeds research.
Washington, Nov 21 : A new self-contained, leadless cardiac pacemaker is the safe and reliable alternative to conventional pacemakers, says a new research.
Vienna, Nov 21 : Researchers from the Medical University of Vienna in Austria have discovered a new factor in the development and progression of the most common type of liver cancer, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the university has said.
London, Nov 21 : For the first time, the genome of a rarely seen tapeworm - residing in a British man's brain for four years - has been sequenced, offering new opportunities to diagnose and treat this invasive parasite.
New York, Nov 21 : Obese people without an overt manifestation of heart disease experience silent cardiac damage that fuels risk of heart failure in the future, with new research suggesting that obesity is an independent driver of heart muscle damage.
New York, Nov 21 : Failed relationships and emotional health threaten menopausal women's interest in sex more than levels of the male hormone testosterone and other naturally-occurring reproductive hormones, a study says.
Washington, Nov 21 : A new study has claimed that hand dryers in the toilet are much worse and spread more germs than paper towels.
London, Nov 21 : A new research has revealed that diets rich in nicotinamide riboside, a derivative of vitamin B3, prevent the development of liver tumors and induce tumor regression in mice.
London, Nov 21 : A new research has suggested that one third of teen boys inaccurately perceive their weight, which can influence their eating habits and, consequently, their health.
Washington, Nov 21 : A team of researchers has come up with a system to accurately track the dynamic process of falling asleep, which may help in diagnosing sleep disorders.
New York, Nov 21 : Caffeine, a compound found in tea, coffee and various nuts and berries may offer a new treatment option for women cocaine addicts, research shows.
Washington, Nov 21 : Trans fats are bad not only for your waistline but also for your brain, shows a study.
New York, Nov 21 : Children of mothers who work full time may not be getting the amount of sleep they need each night, placing them at higher risk of being overweight or obese within a year, finds research.
New Delhi, Nov 20 : Fight winter woes by using beauty oil, cream cleanser and not relying on toner when the temperature drops.
Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has shown that perineal self-acupressure can help with the bowel movement.
Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has examined that teens who mature early are at higher risk of suffering from depression.
Washington, Nov 20 : A team of researchers have provided an insight into how lifestyle factors such as sleep, mood and time of day impact cognitive game-play performance.
Washington, Nov 20 : A new research has demonstrated that e-cigarettes successfully reduce cravings for tobacco cigarettes, with only minimal side effects.
Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has suggested that delivering stem cell factor directly into damaged heart muscle after a heart attack may enhance cardiac repair and reverse injury.
Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has discovered that women who consume general blood pressure medication don't face increased of developing breast cancer.
Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has found that trouble in older couples' paradise may prove bad for their heart, particularly for women, than for the couples in good marriages.
New York, Nov 20 : Entering puberty ahead of their peers increases depression risk over time in both sexes - not just in girls as commonly thought, new research shows.
Washington, Nov 20 : Delivering stem cells directly into damaged heart muscle after a heart attack may help repair and regenerate injured tissue, according to a study.
New York, Nov 20 : Self-acupressure, a simple technique, can help relieve people suffering from constipation, new research shows.
New York, Nov 20 : An experimental 3D printed model of the heart may help surgeons treat patients born with complicated heart disorders, a significant study shows.
Toronto, Nov 20 : Contrary to claims by health food advocates, researchers have found reason to doubt that the blueberries help most healthy people see better in the dark.
Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that dietary fiber can cause a shift in the gut toward beneficial bacteria, reducing the risk of colon cancer, type 2 diabetes, and other diseases, while the two specific functional fibers may also have the potential to assist in weight loss when made part of a long-term, daily diet.
Washington, Nov 19 : Haley Bennett will be starring alongside Patrick Wilson and Jessica Biel in an upcoming psychological thriller.
Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that consumption of a diet high in fructose throughout adolescence can worsen depressive- and anxiety-like behavior and alter how the brain responds to stress.
Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that cocaine users complaining of chest pain may have abnormal blood flow in the heart's smallest blood vessels that may not be detected in regular testing, putting them at risk for heart complications or death.
Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has found that testosterone replacement therapy does not increase the risk of heart related problems, such as a heart attack or stroke, in men.
Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has found that spices and herbs don't just add flavor to your food, but may also help boost your heart's health.
Washington, Nov 19 : Suffering of a painful break-up is different from physical pain, according to a new study.
London, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that slumping over the phone as you send and read messages or surf the internet can hurt your back, as it puts up to four stone of extra weight on your spine, leading to long-term damage.
Melbourne, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that just one gram of turmeric added to the breakfast meal could help improve memory of people at early stages of diabetes or at risk of cognitive impairment.
Washington, Nov 19 : If you can't resist a burger, you are in trouble as a new study has shown that too much of junk food can destroy your memory, specially of young to middle-aged men.
Washington, Nov 19 : In a new study, scientists have revealed that children who were exposed to antibiotics while in the womb, face greater of become obese.
Washington, Nov 19 : Scientists have introduced new protocol for possible Ebola patients, which reduces risk of exposure for medical personnel as well as patients.
New York, Nov 19 : Contradicting a common belief, a new study has found that the brain processes physical and social pain differently.
New York, Nov 19 : Certain fibres contained in prepared foods such as cereals, cereal bars, baking mixes, and drinks may cause a shift towards beneficial bacteria in the gut and assist in weight loss when made part of a long-term, daily diet, says a new research.
New York, Nov 19 : Simple texting on smartphone can exert nearly 23 kg of pressure on your spine depending on the angle at which you are texting, an alarming research has revealed.
New York, Nov 19 : Researchers have found that blocking a key receptor in brain cells could play a major role in neutralising the biological consequences of Alzheimer's disease.
New York, Nov 19 : Taking antibiotics in the second or third trimester of pregnancy may make your child obese at age seven, research shows.
London, Nov 19 : Vitamin D deficiency is not just bad for your bone health, it can also result in various other diseases leading to an early death, research shows.
New York, Nov 19 : A mother's presence can not only help soothe the pain of their distressed babies, but it may also impact early brain development by altering gene activity in a part of the brain involved in emotions, a research said.
New York, Nov 19 : Forcing your children to have too much fruit during adolescence can have negative consequences as a diet high in fructose, a sugar found naturally in fruits, may exacerbate their depressive behaviours, new research shows.
New York, Nov 19 : Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have found that a particular set of cells in a small region of the brain are responsible for memory problems due to sleep loss.
New York, Nov 19 : Heavy drinking can impact abstinence, research shows.
Melbourne, Nov 19 : Adding only a gram of turmeric to one's breakfast could help improve the memory of people who are in the early stages of diabetes and at risk of developing cognitive impairment, a study indicates.
London, Nov 19 : Scientists have revealed the mechanism that enables certain brain cells to persuade others to create "Mexican waves" linked with cognitive function.