Submit your Rss Feed Link Below

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Now just pop a pill to stop blood clots

Now just pop a pill to stop blood clots
Blood clots, which are responsible foir killing many people every year, can now be treated without needles, i.e by oral medication.

Hysterectomy through belly button leaves no scars
Doctors have operated on a woman which they claim is the first hysterectomy in Europe through a tiny incision in her belly button, leaving no visible outward scars.

Kissing can cause herpes
The Australian Herpes Management Forum says that once you are affected with the Herpes virus, it stays in the body and can reactivate at any time.

A sweeter broccoli to cut heart diseases
Scientists claimed to have developed a new variety of broccoli that is not only grown naturally, but also tastes sweeter and has 40% more anti-oxidants than the normal to reduce risks of heart disease and cancer.

'Havan' for bacteria-free homes: Study
Want to lead a healthy life and free your home from bacteria? Perform 'havan' at regular intervals.

A cot mattress that mimics the womb
It's a dream come true for tired-out-moms, a revolutionary new cot mattress which mimics the sensation of the womb to keep babies happy at night.

India should trains its doctors in infectious diseases
With India battling swine flu, an eminent Indian-American doctor has said it is the right time the government in the country accelerate process of training its doctors in infectious diseases or else it could be too late to bring the situation under control.

10 home remedies to avoid swine flu
Are the rising swine flu casualties giving you jitters? Not sure how you can avoid falling prey to the growing epidemic? First and foremost, there is absolutely no need to panic.

Cadila to apply for clinical trials for swine flu vaccine
Cadila Pharmaceutical will seek the govt's nod in two days for initiating clinical trials for a vaccine against swine flu.

Synthetic bedding 'can cause asthma'
A new study has claimed synthetic bedding can aggravate asthma more than feather products as it contains high levels of fungal cells.

New wave of Swine flu could sicken millions
As countries grapple with the Swine flu, experts have warned that a new wave of the deadly virus is ready and could sicken millions.

Now, an HIV blocking gel for women
Scientists have developed a "molecular condom", which they claim is a vaginal gel to help protect women from contracting HIV during sexual intercourse.

Homeopathy can cure swine flu, claims practitioner
At a time the country is grappling with H1N1 virus and Tamiflu tablet is belived to be the only solution, a well-known medical practitioner today claimed that people can have a cost-effective treatment in homeopathy for swine flu.

Breast cancer cases surge as cervical dips
Fewer women in India now suffer from cervical cancer - counted among the worst of killers. However, breast cancer cases have shot up alarmingly.

Why dentures? Grow new teeth
Scientists in Japan have managed to grow teeth from stem cells, a development that could make dentures redundant.

Men who do household chores more likely to marry
According to University of Oxford, Men who do household chores are more likely to marry a girl of their choice.

OTC EC and abortion pills cause menstrual problems
Gynaecologists have noticed a sharp spike in cases of menstrual complications among young women who are repeatedly using OTC EC and abortion pills.

UV radiation blinding rural folk, finds study
Why is every alternate person in rural India above the age of 40 blinded by cataract when only one in five in cities has the disease?

70m diabetics in India by 2015: Study
India is heading towards a diabetic explosion with 70 million people to be affected by 2015, a decade ahead of expectations.

Texting while driving increases risk of crashing
Don't text while driving as a new study suggests that doing so increases the risk of a crash much more than talking or listening on a mobile phone.

Source: Now just pop a pill to stop blood clots

No comments:

Post a Comment