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05/21/2019

What to know about detox drinks Detox drinks do not remove toxins from the body. However, some drinks are very beneficial and can promote overall good health. Learn more about detox drinks here....
02:00, 05/21/2019

Loss of balance: Everything you need to know Many different conditions can cause a loss of balance, including inner ear infections and Ménière’s disease. Some medications can also contribute. Learn about these and other possible causes here. We also cover treatment options....
00:39, 05/21/2019

Lyme disease and rheumatoid arthritis: What you need to know Lyme disease and rheumatoid arthritis are both conditions that can affect the nervous system and cause joint pain and swelling. Learn about their similarities and differences here....
00:39, 05/21/2019

Until broadband access improves, telemedicine won't help rural communities (Reuters Health) - Telemedicine has been touted as a solution to the dearth of doctors in rural America. But the same places where residents must drive many miles to see a physician often also have limited broadband access, a new study suggests....
00:26, 05/21/2019

Relying on homemade, natural sunscreens might get you burned (Reuters Health) - Homemade sunscreens on Pinterest may look pretty and smell even prettier, but most of them won't shield you from sunburn or skin cancer, new research shows....
00:26, 05/21/2019

Leading experts to discuss the future of health care at the Healthy Returns conference in NYC CEOs of major drug, biotech and health-care companies will meet to discuss trends and innovations in the health care industry at the Healthy Returns conference in New York City on Tuesday, May 21....
23:52, 05/20/2019

Supreme Court gives Merck another shot to avoid Fosamax lawsuits The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday gave Merck & Co a new opportunity to avoid lawsuits accusing the company of failing to properly warn patients of debilitating thigh-bone fractures from taking its osteoporosis drug Fosamax, throwing out a lower court ...
23:26, 05/20/2019

'Center of Excellence' may not mean fewer deaths or readmissions (Reuters Health) - Select hospitals designated as "Centers of Excellence" by major U.S. health plans may not necessarily have lower death rates or fewer repeat admissions than other hospitals, a study of heart patients suggests....
23:26, 05/20/2019

Teen drivers with ADHD have higher crash rates even with graduated licenses (Reuters Health) - New teen drivers with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder are more likely to crash their cars than adolescents who don't have ADHD - especially right after they get their license, a new study suggests....
23:26, 05/20/2019

Merck's Keytruda fails as monotherapy in breast cancer study Merck & Co Inc said on Monday its blockbuster cancer drug Keytruda failed to meet the main goal of a late-stage study testing the treatment as a monotherapy in patients with an aggressive type of breast cancer....
23:26, 05/20/2019

How to treat and prevent razor burn near the vagina Shaving the hair around the vagina can sometimes cause razor burn, which can lead to skin irritation and pain. Razor burn tends to get better on its own, but trying home remedies and over-the-counter creams can help provide relief. Learn more about h...
21:52, 05/20/2019

How Willem Einthoven gave doctors a window on the heart Dutch physiologist Willem Einthoven invented the electrocardiogram (ECG), a way to record the heart’s electrical activity with electrodes on the skin...
21:26, 05/20/2019

What to know about mood stabilizers Mood stabilizers, such as lithium, can help treat a range of conditions, including bipolar disorder. These drugs are often effective, but there are also some risks. Learn more here....
21:13, 05/20/2019

Try These Delicious Low Calorie Salads And Dressings For Weight Loss Low Calorie Foods: Salads are not just delicious but also a low-calorie food. Apart from the obvious, salads also offer many health benefits. The more you add different vegetables and fruits to your......
21:00, 05/20/2019

Weight Loss: Try This Protein-Packed Breakfast To Lose Those Extra Pounds There is no dearth of tasty and healthy breakfast options out there. People who are on a weight loss spree often include various fibre-rich and protein-rich foods in their diet in an attempt to lose......
21:00, 05/20/2019

Early Humans Began Cooking And Eating Starchy Plant Tubers 120,000 Years Ago: Study According to a recent research, published in the Journal of Human Evolution, early humans began roasting and eating starchy plant tubers, as early as 120,000 years ago....
21:00, 05/20/2019

11 Best West Indian Foods: Regional Recipes From Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa And More West Indian Foods: Find here the best of authentic recipes from Maharashtra, Goa, Rajasthan and more that you can easily prepare at home with the key ingredients and a step by step process....
21:00, 05/20/2019

#Review: Sorrento's New Menu Is All About Handmade Pastas, Aromatic Sauces And Delicate Desserts While Delhi is home to a plethora of authentic Italian restaurants and cafes, one restaurant that stands out to be unique in terms of its offerings and delicate art of Italian cooking is Sorrento....
21:00, 05/20/2019

Researchers warn against homemade sunscreen Many people may be tempted to craft their own sunscreens out of all-natural ingredients. However, such creams will likely fail to offer any protection....
20:26, 05/20/2019

A compound in broccoli and kale helps suppress tumor growth A compound present in broccoli, kale, and other cruciferous plants restored an underperforming tumor suppressor in a mouse model of cancer, study reveals....
20:26, 05/20/2019

The Checkup: Is ‘Digital Addiction’ a Real Threat to Kids? Think of screens as something to handle in moderation, like food, rather than something without any healthy place in our lives, like heroin, experts say....
19:52, 05/20/2019

Israel's MyHeritage expands DNA testing to health Israel's MyHeritage, a service for family history and DNA testing, said on Monday it was launching a test that provides comprehensive health reports to consumers....
19:26, 05/20/2019

Little Caesars to use Impossible Foods' meatless sausages in pizzas Little Caesars will use meatless sausages made by Impossible Foods in some of its pizzas, making it the latest food chain to tap into growing demand for plant-based alternatives to meat....
19:26, 05/20/2019

Doctors end life support for French patient in landmark right-to-die case Doctors stopped giving food and water to French quadriplegic Vincent Lambert on Monday, lawyers said, renewing a fierce debate over the right to die that has split his family and country....
19:26, 05/20/2019

Teens made up most of e-cigarette maker Juul's Twitter following - study (Reuters Health) - Almost half of the people who followed Juul Labs Inc on Twitter last year were not old enough to legally purchase e-cigarettes in the United States, according to a study published on Monday....
19:26, 05/20/2019

Commentary: We need to make sure new drug cures don't widen income gap for the poor Drugmakers need to make sure there's equitable access to effective therapies and that the destiny of a child with a debilitating disease doesn't turn on which insurance pool they're born into....
16:13, 05/20/2019

Back to nature: UK Duchess Kate shows off garden skills at Chelsea Flower Show Kate, Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, released new pictures of her family playing in a woodland wilderness garden she designed for London's Chelsea Flower Show....
12:26, 05/20/2019

Eating A Healthy Diet And Exercising More May Reduce Risk Of Dementia Eating a healthy and balanced diet, exercising regularly, consuming less alcohol, maintaining healthy blood pressure and avoiding tobacco intake are some of the factors that may help reduce risk of......
09:00, 05/20/2019

Britain's Duchess Kate designs woodland garden at Chelsea Flower Show Kate, Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, has designed a show garden at London's Chelsea Flower Show, featuring a woodland wilderness that highlights the benefits the natural world can bring to the mental and physical wellbeing of children and adults ali...
08:52, 05/20/2019

Diabetes Diet: 4 Desi Diabetic-Friendly Breakfasts You Can Try At Home Our Indian breakfast dishes have the reputation of being carb-dense, but there are so many desi dishes that can help you kickstart your day on a healthy note....
11:52, 05/19/2019

What Does It Really Mean to Be 6 Weeks Pregnant? So-called ‘heartbeat’ legislation restricting abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy has started a conversation about when most women actually learn that they’re pregnant....
17:13, 05/18/2019

This Spiced Buttermilk (Chaas) Will Keep You Cool This Summer buttermilk or chaas (as we commonly call it) is the best beverage to drink, especially during summers. It is creamy in texture, tastes delicious and is extremely healthy...
16:26, 05/18/2019

Benefits and uses of lemongrass essential oil Lemongrass essential oil has antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. People can use it as a massage oil, in a diffuser, or for steam inhalation. Learn more about the benefits of lemongrass essential oil here....
10:13, 05/18/2019

Causes of swollen hands Some causes of swollen hands include pregnancy, exercise, and fluid retention. Treatment depends on the underlying issue. Learn more about possible causes of swollen hands here....
07:52, 05/18/2019

How to tell if eggs are still good Eggs can stay fresh for several weeks, but they do eventually spoil. Some simple ways of checking whether an egg is still good are looking at the expiration date, doing a visual inspection, and smelling the egg. The main risk of eating a bad egg is S...
07:52, 05/18/2019

List of ADHD medications: Comparing types There are many different ADHD medications. This article provides a list of ADHD medications and discusses side effects, risks, and benefits of different types....
04:39, 05/18/2019

How to stop a nosebleed Nosebleeds are a common problem, but they often subside quickly with at-home treatment. In this article, learn how to stop a nosebleed at home. We also cover stopping nosebleeds in children and when to see a doctor....
04:39, 05/18/2019

MiraLAX (Polyethylene glycol 3350) MiraLAX is a brand-name, over-the-counter product that’s typically used to treat short-term constipation. It contains polyethylene glycol 3350, which also comes as store-branded generic products. MiraLAX comes as a powder that you mix with liquid to ...
02:26, 05/18/2019

What can cause stomach pain and nausea? Stomach pain and nausea often occur together and can affect both adults and children. Although these symptoms usually resolve within a few days, they can sometimes be a sign of a more serious condition. Learn more here....
02:26, 05/18/2019

Smokers have higher risk for multiple strokes (Reuters Health) - Smokers who have a stroke are much more likely to have another one if they don't quit or at least cut back, a Chinese study suggests....
00:52, 05/18/2019

Missouri follows Alabama by passing restrictive abortion bill Missouri lawmakers passed a bill on Friday that prohibits women from seeking an abortion after the eighth week of pregnancy, days after Alabama enacted the most restrictive abortion law in the United States....
00:52, 05/18/2019

Too much screen time tied to school problems even in little kids (Reuters Health) - Kindergarteners who get more than two hours of screen time a day may be more likely to have behavior and attention problems in school than their classmates who spend less time in front of televisions, smartphones and tablets, a Can...
00:52, 05/18/2019

What to know about ZzzQuil ZzzQuil is an over-the-counter medication for treating short-term sleeping difficulties. However, ZzzQuil is not suitable for younger children, and people with certain medical conditions should speak to a doctor before using it. At the recommended do...
00:13, 05/18/2019

Augmentin (Amoxicillin/clavulanate potassium) Augmentin (amoxicillin/clavulanate potassium) is a prescription medication that’s used to treat infections caused by bacteria. It belongs to a class of drugs called penicillin antibiotics. Augmentin comes as an oral tablet and an oral liquid suspensi...
00:13, 05/18/2019

What to know about the GGT test The GGT test is a simple blood test that helps doctors diagnose liver or bile duct damage. Learn more about the GGT test, normal and abnormal ranges, and the procedure, here....
23:00, 05/17/2019

What to know about nitroglycerin Nitroglycerin is a drug that primarily treats a specific chest pain that doctors call angina. Learn about when they prescribe it, how it works to relieve angina, safe dosages, risks, and side effects here....
23:00, 05/17/2019

Ulcerative colitis: Does drinking alcohol make it worse? Ulcerative colitis causes inflammation in the digestive system. Alcohol may cause the condition to become worse. Learn more about the links between ulcerative colitis and alcohol here....
23:00, 05/17/2019

Benadryl (diphenhydramine) Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is a brand-name, over-the-counter product that's typically used to relieve symptoms of hay fever (seasonal allergies), other allergies, and the common cold. It's also used to relieve itchy skin due to insect bites, hives, a...
23:00, 05/17/2019

Few veterans use weight loss medicine despite great need, study says Fewer than 1 percent of veterans who need of weight loss management medication actually use them, despite the growing weight problem among that group....
22:00, 05/17/2019

Exclusive: U.S. drug czar to travel to China to press government to stop fentanyl trafficking U.S. drug czar James Carroll says he will be traveling to China by year's end to inspect their efforts to crack down on fentanyl manufacturers and press them to do more....
21:13, 05/17/2019

Texas woman taken off life support against family's wishes – then a pro-life group stepped in A Texas woman was taken off life-support Monday, against her family's wishes, after the hospital invoked a law allowing them to deny further care. But a pro-life group stepped in....
21:13, 05/17/2019

Missouri assembly passes restrictive abortion bill, days after Alabama The lower house of the Missouri General Assembly passed a bill on Friday to prohibit women from seeking an abortion after the eighth week of pregnancy, days after Alabama enacted the most restrictive abortion law in the United States....
20:52, 05/17/2019

Type 1 diabetes: New pancreatic cell transplant system shows promise A new way of preparing insulin-producing implants of donor pancreatic cells promises to improve transplant effectiveness and reduce ensuing complications....
20:00, 05/17/2019

U.S. FDA labels J&J surgical staplers' recall as severest The U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned of risks of serious injury or death from surgical staplers made by Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon unit, labeling a recent recall of the device as its most serious....
19:52, 05/17/2019

The Gap Between Male and Female Youth Suicide Rates is Narrowing in the U.S. For decades, U.S. boys have died by suicide far more frequently than girls, even though girls attempt suicide and report contemplating it more often. In the suicide prevention world, the phenomenon is known as the gender paradox. The paradox still pe...
19:13, 05/17/2019

Sunday is 'Hepatitis Testing Day' Millions of people in the U.S. have chronic viral hepatitis, most without knowing it, so the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other groups have designated May as Hepatitis Awareness Month and May 19 as Hepatitis Testing Day....
19:00, 05/17/2019

U.S. FDA issues recall of J&J unit Ethicon's surgical staplers The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday issued a recall of surgical staplers made by Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon unit, warning that the use of the devices could cause serious injury or death....
18:13, 05/17/2019

More U.S. mothers diagnosed with depression at childbirth Growing numbers of new mothers are being diagnosed with depression before they leave the hospital with their newborns, according to a U.S. study that suggests screening women at childbirth could help get treatment for those who need it....
18:13, 05/17/2019

GSK and Novartis liniment marketing misled Australian consumers: court The Australian subsidiaries of British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline and Swiss drugmaker Novartis misled customers and broke the law by promoting identical liniments as though they could treat specific ills, an Australian court found on Friday....
17:39, 05/17/2019

AbbVie halts enrollment after brain cancer trial misses goal, shares fall AbbVie Inc said on Friday it has halted enrollment of patients in all ongoing studies testing its brain cancer treatment after the drug failed to meet the main goal in a late-stage trial....
17:39, 05/17/2019

FDA issues recall of J&J unit Ethicon's surgical staplers The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday issued a recall of surgical staplers made by Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon unit, warning that the use of the devices could cause serious injury or death....
17:39, 05/17/2019

Many women don't have a plan for their health after pregnancy A poll found that although nearly two-thirds of the 873 mothers were as concerned for their own well-being as their baby’s, 26 percent didn’t have a plan for managing their health over the period known as the “fourth trimester.”...
17:00, 05/17/2019

7 Best East Indian Foods: Regional Recipes From West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar, Assam And More East Indian Foods: Find here the best of East Indian Foods that you can try at home. From dalma, litti chokha, fish curries to momos and thukpa, we've got it all with key ingredients and a step by......
16:52, 05/17/2019

Add These Two Ingredients To Your Morning Coffee To Lose Weight For weight loss, avoid adding milk and sugar to your coffee as it may reverse the action and encourage weight gain. In fact, add a few healthy ingredients to your black coffee to make even healthier......
16:52, 05/17/2019

World Hypertension Day 2019: These Spices May Help In Regulating Blood Pressure High blood pressure does not show any immediate threat but if it does not subside and remains high for a long period of time, it can lead to many serious ailments like heart attack and heart stroke...
16:52, 05/17/2019

How Some Generic Drugs Could Do More Harm Than Good For the 16 years that Dr. Brian Westerberg, a Canadian surgeon, worked volunteer missions at the Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala, Uganda, scarcity was the norm. The patients usually exceeded the 1,500 allotted beds. Running water was onc...
15:52, 05/17/2019

Processed foods lead to weight gain, but it's about more than calories Volunteers in a clinical trials unit ate only processed foods and put on 2 pounds within 2 weeks. Those that ate unprocessed foods lost the equivalent....
13:52, 05/17/2019

This High-Protein Breakfast Recipe May Help You Shed Kilos (Video) Food YouTuber, Manjula Jain on her channel Manjula's Kitchen talks about incredibly healthy and nutritious oats dosa and how to make it at home without putting extra efforts....
13:39, 05/17/2019

What to know about a low-protein diet People with kidney-related illnesses may benefit from a low-protein diet. Key changes can help people create a varied, healthful, low-protein diet plan that works for them. Learn more here....
07:52, 05/17/2019

What are the side effects of Adderall? Adderall is a stimulant drug that people with ADHD can take to relieve their symptoms. Adderall can have mild to severe side effects. Learn more here....
05:52, 05/17/2019

Second-degree burn: Everything you need to know A second-degree burn is more severe than a first-degree burn. It affects the epidermis and dermis, or the outer and second layers of skin. In this article, learn more about second-degree burns, including symptoms and treatment....
05:52, 05/17/2019

What to know about EEG tests An electroencephalogram test, also called an EEG, is a test that measures electrical activity in the brain. Doctors use EEG tests to diagnose epilepsy and other brain-related conditions. Learn about the uses, procedure, and results of EEG tests here....
05:52, 05/17/2019

A guide to low-carb diets for diabetes A low-carb diet is one strategy to help manage diabetes symptoms and reduce the risk of complications. In this article, learn why a low-carb diet helps, what to eat, and what to avoid....
05:52, 05/17/2019

Antibiotic therapy slows Alzheimer's disease in male mice A long-term antibiotic treatment limited the growth of amyloid plaques in the brain by decreasing inflammation in the gut microbiome of male mice, researchers report in a new study....
04:52, 05/17/2019

Weight loss surgery in teen years may improve diabetes, blood pressure outcomes After having weight loss surgery, a group of teens with obesity lost 26 percent of the body weight -- while the adults with obesity lost 29 percent of their weight...
04:52, 05/17/2019

NIH: Ultra-processed foods bring on overeating, weight gain People who ate a diet of ultra-processed foods consumed more calories and put on more weight compared to those who ate a diet of minimally processed foods....
04:52, 05/17/2019

Alabama boycott builds as states retaliate against abortion law A movement to boycott Alabama over its near-ban on abortion gained momentum Thursday as officials in Maryland and Colorado called for economic retaliation and online flyers urged people not to buy anything in, or from Alabama....
01:26, 05/17/2019

Bayer bets on 'silver bullet' defense in Roundup litigation; experts see hurdles Bayer AG plans to argue that a $2 billion jury award and thousands of U.S. lawsuits claiming its glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup causes cancer should be tossed because a U.S. regulatory agency said the herbicide is not a public health risk....
00:39, 05/17/2019

Bullied kids more likely to use painkillers (Reuters Health) - Children and teens who are bullied are more than twice as likely as peers who are not victimized to take painkillers, a study of school kids in Iceland suggests....
00:00, 05/17/2019

Charcoal toothpaste may do harm and not much good (Reuters Health) - Charcoal toothpaste may be having a moment as a go-to brightening and whitening tool, but some dentists say these products might actually damage tooth enamel and make cavities more likely....
00:00, 05/17/2019

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Ebola in DR Congo, malnutrition in Laos, baby health, #ClimateAction On Thursday, we cover: fears in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as Ebola response funding dwindles; food and nutrition concerns in Laos; an update on low birthweight babies across the world; and the UN chief’s trip for climate action in th...
21:26, 05/16/2019

Here’s What Eating Processed Foods for Two Weeks Does to Your Body Ultra-processed foods—the kinds made irresistible by sugar, fat and salt—are ubiquitous in the U.S., making up as much as 60% of the average American diet. But a small, intensive new study published in the journal Cell Metabolism shows th...
21:26, 05/16/2019

Alabama’s Abortion Ban Isn’t Only About Abortion. Opponents Are Afraid it May Drive Doctors Out of the State Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on May 15 signed into law the strictest abortion ban in the country, sparking fears not only about abortion access, but also about how the policy could worsen disparities that already endanger the health of women living in the s...
21:26, 05/16/2019

How stopping cell death may help prevent rheumatoid arthritis A new study in mice pinpoints a key cellular mechanism that drives forms of rheumatoid arthritis. Targeting this mechanism could prevent this condition....
21:13, 05/16/2019

Could gut bacteria explain the link between stress and autoimmune disease? A mouse study shows that persistent social stress alters gut bacteria in ways that raise the likelihood of immune system attacks on the body's own tissues....
21:13, 05/16/2019

Pot legalization increases car crashes, injuries, but little effect on hospitalization In Colorado, motor vehicle accidents went up by 10 percent, and alcohol abuse and overdoses that resulted in injury or death climbed by 5 percent, after marijuana was legalized in the state....
20:00, 05/16/2019

Study: Long-term stroke rate down 50 percent for older adults Over the long-term, strokes have dropped by 53 percent for adults older than age 55, and have declined by about 39 percent for people aged 35-55, according to new research....
20:00, 05/16/2019

Five more U.S. states sue OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over opioid epidemic Five U.S. states on Thursday filed lawsuits accusing Purdue Pharma LP of illegally marketing and selling opioids, escalating the wave of litigation over a nationwide abuse epidemic....
20:00, 05/16/2019

Ultra-processed foods lead to higher calorie consumption and weight gain People who eat a lot of ultra-processed foods - such as frozen entrees, white bread and canned side dishes - tend to consume more calories than those who eat foods that aren't processed, a new study suggests....
20:00, 05/16/2019

Factbox: Alabama abortion ban triggers Twitter reaction storm Celebrities, activists and politicians swarmed social media to air their opinions on a new law, signed on Wednesday, that almost totally bans abortion in Alabama....
19:00, 05/16/2019

Healthy diet cuts risk of dying from breast cancer in older women A balanced, low-fat diet significantly lowers the risk of dying from breast cancer in postmenopausal women, according to new long-term data from the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) Dietary Modification trial....
18:26, 05/16/2019

All You Need To Know About Soluble And Insoluble Fibre Fibre is a complex carbohydrate, which we usually get from vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Foods that are rich in fibre are known to promote digestion by adding bulk to the stool. This helps in......
18:00, 05/16/2019

The New Avocado Menu At The Foodhall Will Make You See the Superfood In A Whole New Avatar Until now you had seen avocados in salads and dips, but this innovative menu at The Cafe by Foodhall unleashes the versatility of the fruit like never before....
18:00, 05/16/2019

Virginia VA hospital evacuated for 'unknown chemical odor' that turns out to be urine sample A building at a veterans hospital in Virginia was evacuated on Wednesday after an "unknown chemical odor" — that later turned out to be urine — panicked officials....
17:52, 05/16/2019

Why Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Is Having a Moment on TV Munchausen syndrome by proxy is having an unexpected moment—at least on television. The medical disorder, which manifests when a person “acts as if an individual he or she is caring for has a physical or mental illness when the person is ...
17:52, 05/16/2019

Missouri Senate passes bill to ban abortions after eight weeks Missouri's Republican-controlled Senate passed a bill early on Thursday that would ban abortions after the eighth week of pregnancy except in medical emergencies....
17:00, 05/16/2019

Opioids crisis has spread beyond United States: OECD Opioid use has reached crisis proportions not only in the United States but also in Canada and some European countries, as prescription opioid painkillers have become much more common, the OECD club of wealthy nations said on Thursday....
17:00, 05/16/2019

Policy analyst on falling birth rates: Rhetoric from the left contributing to 'change in norms' In response to new statistics revealing the United States has its lowest birth rate in 32 years, Independent Women's Forum senior policy analyst Patrice Onwuka has condemned actions by the political left which she argued have contributed to women ret...
17:00, 05/16/2019

Virta Health aims to reverse Type 2 diabetes without meds by helping patients watch what they eat Virta Health is a five-year-old start-up that wants to reverse Type 2 diabetes without medication. Its treatment plan offers patients personalized dietary guidance, health coaching and biomarker tracking....
15:52, 05/16/2019

Vicky Kaushal's 31st Birthday Cake Looks Like A Food Lover's Dream! (See Pics) Happy Birthday Vicky Kaushal: The actor recently took to Instagram and shared the picture of his 31st birthday cake with his fans. Much like the actor, his birthday cakeis anything but mainstream....
14:52, 05/16/2019

5 Best Leftover Rice Recipes | Easy Leftover Rice Recipes Leftover Rice Recipes: Find here the best of our leftover rice recipes that you can prepare at home. From lemon rice, curd rice to vegetable fried rice, we have got it all with key ingredients and a......
14:52, 05/16/2019

Three Days After Dead Lizard Found In Its Food, Haldiram Allowed To Reopen Outlet Within just three days of shutting shop due to a public outcry over the discovery of a lizard in its food, Haldiram has now been allowed to restart its operations...
14:52, 05/16/2019

Hummus: All You Need To Know About This Healthy Yet Delicious Chickpea Dip Hummus, a chickpea dip is no longer as exotic in India as it was maybe a decade ago. It's not just the wave of Mediterranean restaurants across India but also awareness that this is a healthy dip......
14:52, 05/16/2019

Watch: How To Make Chicken Stock At Home, Easy Tips And Hacks Nowadays, you can easily find chicken stock in market, but you can also make it in the comforts of your kitchen. Chef Ananya also gives some handy tips and hacks to make chicken stock at home....
14:52, 05/16/2019

‘Biggest Loser’ host Bob Harper drives home heart health message 2 years after ‘widowmaker’ nearly killed him The fitness guru who coached contestants on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” through weight loss while millions tuned in week after week to see the results had failed to listen to his own body....
13:52, 05/16/2019

Supplement for joint pain linked to lower heart disease risk A large new study has found an association between glucosamine, a common dietary supplement for joint pain, and a lower risk of cardiovascular problems....
13:13, 05/16/2019

7 Best Garnishes That Will Make Your Dishes Healthier And Flavourful  You must have seen various kinds of garnishes done in restaurants and cafes but not all of them are healthy and flavourful. Various chefs keep taste, calories and health in mind while preparing......
12:13, 05/16/2019

Ever Heard Of High-Protein Biryani? This Delish Recipe Is Sure To Help Your Weight Loss Goals This delicious chicken biryani replaces rice with quinoa. Quinoa has taken the world of health and nutrition by a storm. It is an excellent source of plant-based protein...
12:13, 05/16/2019

Roche: FDA approves drug combo Venclexta plus Gazyva for previously untreated chronic lymphocytic leukemia Roche said on Thursday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had approved a treatment using its drugs Venclexta plus Gazyva for people with previously untreated chronic lymphocytic leukemia....
08:26, 05/16/2019

What foods reduce testosterone? Certain foods influence hormones. Soy products, dairy, and alcohol all reduce testosterone. Lifestyle changes can help a person maintain their hormone levels. Learn more about some of the foods that lower testosterone here....
08:00, 05/16/2019

It May Not Be a Bad Thing Fewer U.S. Babies Were Born in 2018 Than in Any Year Since 1986 With American women increasingly delaying having children, fewer U.S. babies were born in 2018 than in any year since 1986, according to provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistic...
07:52, 05/16/2019

CVS Will Only Sell Supplements That Have Been Third-Party Tested for Safety CVS Pharmacy announced May 15 that it will only sell vitamins and supplements that have been third-party-tested for safety and label accuracy, in an effort to bring order to the notoriously under-regulated world of health and dietary aids. The U.S. F...
07:52, 05/16/2019

Are Onions and Garlic Healthy? Here’s What Experts Say Garlic and onions are staples for many home cooks. But do these plants actually add any health benefits to your dishes? Or are they purely for flavor? People who try to eat colorful fruits and vegetables in order to get a wide range of vitamins and m...
07:52, 05/16/2019

A Low-Fat Diet May Lower the Risk of Dying from Breast Cancer Breast cancer treatments have come a long way in recent decades, but understanding how to prevent tumors from forming in the first place has been a major challenge. In a new study being presented at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology me...
07:52, 05/16/2019

Centre for Cancer Drug Discovery to focus on anti-evolution treatments Most people who die of cancer are killed by drug-resistant tumours. Can a new research centre focussing on developing anti-evolution treatments change that?...
05:52, 05/16/2019

Alabama governor signs nation's strictest abortion ban Alabama's governor on Wednesday signed a bill to ban nearly all abortions in the state, even in cases of rape and incest, in political conservatives' latest challenge to the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision establishing a woman's right to te...
04:00, 05/16/2019

Omega lambs and fitbit cows: New Zealand responds to alternative protein threat At Dave Harper's family farm in New Zealand's scenic Canterbury region, a painstakingly bred flock of lambs is grazing, not on grass, but on a field of herbs selected to unlock healthy omega-3 fatty acids in the animals' meat....
02:52, 05/16/2019

Abortion restrictions carry political risk for Republicans in 2020 The move by states like Alabama, Georgia and Ohio to impose drastic restrictions on abortion could bolster Republicans' support from religious voters wary of President Donald Trump but risks alienating moderates, political experts said on Wednesday....
02:52, 05/16/2019

'Hidden health crisis' of snakebites gets $100 million funding injection A global health trust is to inject 80 million pounds ($102 million) into finding more modern and effective treatments for snakebites - a "hidden health crisis" that kills 120,000 people a year and maims thousands more....
02:52, 05/16/2019

U.S. anti-abortion groups plot course from state capitals to Supreme Court Anti-abortion advocacy groups have pushed hard in recent months for the passage of bills to restrict or even ban the procedure outright at the state level, inspired by the perception that the U.S. Supreme Court has tilted in their favor....
02:52, 05/16/2019

Fast walkers may live longer, study says People whose body weight range from underweight to obese have a longer life expectancy if they walk more briskly compared to those in the same weight category who don't....
02:26, 05/16/2019

Scientists in new push to control cancer before curing it Cancer scientists in Britain are launching what they call the world's first "Darwinian" drug development program in a bid to get ahead of cancer's ability to become resistant to even the newest treatments and recur in many patients....
01:26, 05/16/2019

Republican Alabama governor mulling nation's strictest abortion law Alabama Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday was mulling whether to sign the United States' strictest abortion law, part of a multistate effort to get the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider women's constitutional right to abortion....
01:00, 05/16/2019

Too much vitamin B6 and B12 tied to hip fractures in older women Older women who take supplements with high doses of vitamins B6 and B12 may be more likely than their counterparts who don't to experience hip fractures, a U.S. study suggests....
01:00, 05/16/2019

Lead measured in teeth of kids living near former battery-recycling plant Children living near a former car-battery recycling plant in Los Angeles have lead in their baby teeth at levels that track with neighborhood contamination, according to a study of exposure to the toxic metals in the womb and during early childhood....
01:00, 05/16/2019

What to know about ulcerative colitis and pregnancy Ulcerative colitis causes inflammation of parts of the digestive system. It is possible for women with ulcerative colitis to get pregnant, have a healthy pregnancy, and give birth safely. Learn more about ulcerative colitis and pregnancy here....
01:00, 05/16/2019

What are the symptoms of gestational diabetes? Gestational diabetes is a temporary form of diabetes that can occur during pregnancy. Learn about the symptoms of gestational diabetes, such as increased thirst and blurred vision, here....
00:26, 05/16/2019

What to know about omega-3 fatty acids Omega-3 fatty acids are present in foods such as fish. Their potential benefits include reducing inflammation and heart disease risk. Adversely, omega-3s may cause bleeding problems if someone is on certain medication. Learn more here....
00:26, 05/16/2019

Melatonin for sleep: What to know Melatonin is a hormone that the body produces when it gets dark to signal that it is time to go to sleep. Melatonin supplements can help people with sleep problems get a good night’s rest. Learn more here....
00:26, 05/16/2019

Watch: How To Make Eggless Chocolate Cupcakes At Home, Delicious Recipe and Tips Egg is an important component for brownies, but again it is only a component. There are plenty of cost-effective ways in which you can substitute eggs in your baked goods....
00:00, 05/16/2019

Watch How To Make Raw Mango Dal (Kache Aam Ki Dal) At Home Summer diet: Famous chef and vlogger, Manjula Jain, has shared her recipe for raw mango dal or kacche aam ki dal on her YouTube channel 'Manjula's Kitchen'....
00:00, 05/16/2019

Here's How Drinking Cinnamon Coffee Could Do Wonders For Your Health Cinnamon is said to be loaded with many health benefits, and adding it to your coffee can do wonders for your overall health in addition to making your coffee more flavourful and robust....
00:00, 05/16/2019

Lazy Keto Diet: What Is It; How Effective Is This Variant Of Ketogenic Diet? Another variation of ketogenic diet called the lazy keto diet for weight loss is gaining traction. So whats lazy keto all about? Is it as effective for weight loss as the original keto diet?...
00:00, 05/16/2019

7 Best Masala Recipes | Sumptuous Masala Recipes Masala Recipes: Here are best of our Masala recipes that you can prepare at home. From garam masala, anda bhurji to chicken masala and masala chai, complete with key ingredients and step by step......
00:00, 05/16/2019

Is Your Breakfast Cereal Actually Healthy? Truth Lies In Nutrition Labels A recent paper published in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing examined the claims printed on breakfast cereal boxes and concluded that the correlation between claims and the action nutritional......
00:00, 05/16/2019

Mexican cartels using border migrant crisis to distract agents from drug smuggling, Carroll says Mexican cartels are using the migrant crisis at the southern border to overwhelm U.S. agents stationed there so they can smuggle drugs here with greater ease, said James Carroll, the director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy....
23:13, 05/15/2019

Can the UK avoid having a lethal opioid crisis like the one in the US? Doctors in the UK are concerned that it could follow the US into an opioid crisis, yet measures to prevent this could go too far and leave people in pain...
20:00, 05/15/2019

Most older adults don't ask doctors about dementia, survey says Older adults may not be as worried about losing their memory as they should be, prompting concern from doctors that they won't seek help, a new study says....
19:26, 05/15/2019

Lowering blood pressure may decrease stroke-related brain bleeding Intensive blood pressure treatment may reduce the amount of deep brain bleeding in people who have a stroke -- which may help researchers and doctors lower the death rate from the condition....
19:26, 05/15/2019

Mom with sleep disorder claims she once unknowingly purchased a full-sized basketball court A mother of three who said her online shopping habits while sleeping have nearly driven her to a life in debt has finally received a diagnosis for the disorder....
19:26, 05/15/2019

Man learns he's a donor match for fiance hours after proposing A recently engaged couple discovered they are the perfect match in more ways than one when a call came just hours after Aldo Cataldi popped the question, informing him that he was qualified to donate his kidney to his fiancé....
19:26, 05/15/2019

ABC News’ Jennifer Ashton on learning to cope, grow after ex-husband's shocking suicide Dr. Jennifer Ashton, ABC’ News’ chief medical correspondent, personally knows the harrowing toll that suicide takes on loved ones and survivors left behind after her physician ex-husband took his life in Feb. 2017....
17:52, 05/15/2019

Nurse recorded comforting patient with touching rendition of ‘Amazing Grace’ A heartfelt moment between a nursing student and her patient was captured by another patient, who then shared it with the ailing 87-year-old’s grateful family....
17:52, 05/15/2019

US birth rates hit another record low in 2018 The U.S. birth rate continues to fall, reaching another record low in 2018, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)....
16:13, 05/15/2019

22 LA lifeguards develop ‘swimmer’s itch’ after swim test, file grievance with city: report More than 20 Los Angeles lifeguards developed rashes and bacterial infections last month after swimming in a manmade lake, despite warning city officials that conditions were unsafe, and have filed a grievance complaint with the city....
15:13, 05/15/2019

Nebraska farmer amputates leg with pocket knife after it's caught in machinery A Nebraska farmer made a life saving decision last month when he used a three inch pocket knife to sever his own leg that got caught in farming machinery....
15:13, 05/15/2019

Is roadkill a harmless all-you-can-eat buffet or game of Russian roulette You might grimace at the idea of scavenging roadside meat run down by a car. Yet some people view it as a free, organic source of meat that would be a shame to waste....
15:13, 05/15/2019

Why don't whales develop cancer, and why should we care? Whales have a minimal risk of developing cancer, despite factors that may lead us to think otherwise. Why is this, and how can this knowledge help us?...
14:13, 05/15/2019

US firms aim to fight workplace stress amid rise of employee burnout Wellness app Shine is working with employers across the U.S. to arrange a nationwide Mental Health Break on Wednesday, with more than 50 companies taking part....
14:13, 05/15/2019

This app has saved Americans $10 billion on prescriptions so far Start-up GoodRx is upending pharmacies with an app that gives users real-time drug prices at 70,000 locations nationwide. It was ranked No. 6 on the 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 list....
14:13, 05/15/2019

For some trauma doctors, clash with NRA proves therapeutic A recent clash with the National Rifle Association (NRA) has shown some doctors who treat gunshot victims a way to heal their own trauma: through activism against gun violence....
13:52, 05/15/2019

Pfizer's atopic dermatitis treatment meets goals in late-stage study Pfizer Inc's new atopic dermatitis treatment met the main goals in a late-stage study that tested the drug in patients aged 12 and older with moderate to severe forms of the disease, the drugmaker said on Wednesday....
13:52, 05/15/2019

Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts Seconds before William Lopez was set to be connected to a dialysis machine at a state-run clinic in the western Venezuelan city of Maracaibo in April, the power went out....
13:52, 05/15/2019

Johnson & Johnson to submit applications for at least 10 new drugs by 2023 Johnson & Johnson said on Wednesday it expected to file marketing applications for at least 10 new drugs between 2019 to 2023, to strengthen its pharmaceuticals unit which has been a major growth driver....
13:52, 05/15/2019

Novartis gets approval to sell Kymriah in Japan for $306,000 A Japanese government panel approved on Wednesday a price of 33.5 million yen ($305,800) for Novartis' cancer treatment Kymriah, allowing the Swiss drugmaker to press ahead with a campaign to kick-start sluggish sales of the treatment....
11:13, 05/15/2019

People With Strong Life Purpose, Easily Make Healthier Choices According to a new study people with stronger life purpose are more likely to accept messages promoting health behaviour change than those with a weaker sense of purpose. The findings suggest that......
10:00, 05/15/2019

Novartis defeats challenge to validity of Afinitor patent Novartis scored a win in litigation over one of the patents underlying its cancer treatment Afinitor, as a federal appeals court on Monday rejected arguments by the would-be maker of a generic version that the patent is invalid....
05:39, 05/15/2019

Novartis' cancer treatment Kymriah gets Japan nod at cost of $305,800 A Japanese government panel approved Novartis' cancer treatment Kymriah at a price of 33.5 million yen ($305,800) on Wednesday, marking the entry of so-called CAR-T therapy in the country....
05:39, 05/15/2019

What to know about calories and body fat A pound of body fat contains approximately 3,500 calories. A calorie is a measurement of energy, and to lose weight, a person must consume fewer than they burn. Learn more here....
04:52, 05/15/2019

NHS England, Biogen reach deal on pricey drug for deadly disorder England's National Health Service said it had reached a deal to pay for U.S. drugmaker Biogen Inc's expensive spinal muscle atrophy treatment Spinraza....
04:13, 05/15/2019

Alabama Senate bans nearly all abortions, including rape cases Alabama's state Senate passed a bill on Tuesday that would outlaw nearly all abortions, creating exceptions only to safeguard the health of the mother, as part of a multistate effort to have the U.S. Supreme Court reconsider a woman's constitutional ...
04:13, 05/15/2019

WHO recommends exercising, not smoking, healthy diet to prevent dementia To reduce the risk of dementia and cognitive decline, new guidelines released by the World Health Organization recommend people eliminate risk factors that bring on the deadly disease....
03:00, 05/15/2019

Sleep apnea tied to heart problems after surgery (Reuters Health) - People having surgery may be more likely to experience cardiovascular problems afterward when they have a common nighttime breathing disorder known as sleep apnea, a study suggests....
00:52, 05/15/2019

Few black patients get buprenorphine for opioid addiction (Reuters Health) - While the number of Americans getting drug treatment for opioid addiction is on the rise, a new study suggests that gains may be concentrated among white patients and people who can pay cash or have private health insurance....
00:52, 05/15/2019

FDA advisory panel votes against Daiichi Sankyo's blood cancer treatment Independent experts on an advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday voted against Daiichi Sankyo Co Ltd's treatment for adults with a type of acute myeloid leukemia....
00:52, 05/15/2019

DASH diet reduced heart failure risk 'by almost half' in people under 75 People under 75 who followed a plant-rich diet for reducing high blood pressure had a significantly lower risk of heart failure than those who did not....
23:26, 05/14/2019

What to know about simple and complex carbs People digest simple carbs faster than complex ones, and both types provide the body with its energy. Learn more about the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates here....
23:26, 05/14/2019

How long you can live without water The human body requires water to function properly. The ideal amount a person needs depends on several factors including age, sex, and physical activity levels. Learn more here....
23:26, 05/14/2019

How can I eat a low-calorie diet as a vegan? Low-calorie foods such as soy, oats, fruit, and popcorn can help people feel full for longer. They are also suitable for vegans and many of those following other diets. Learn more about the best low-calorie foods for vegans here....
23:26, 05/14/2019

5 Best No Onion No Garlic Recipes No Onion No Garlic Recipes: Find here the best of no onion no garlic recipes that you can easily prepare at home. Complete with key ingredients and a step by step process, these recipes are just......
22:39, 05/14/2019

Review: Anardana Kitchen And Bar Is East Delhi's New Hub For Lip-Smacking Indian Food Anardana, a newly opened kitchen and bar at Vikas Marg (East Delhi), is offering the best of the Indian continental fusion of cuisines, with culinary feats fit for every type of foodie....
22:39, 05/14/2019

Watch: Move Over Upma; Try These Weight Loss-Friendly Suji Breakfast Recipes Weight Loss: Suji or rava contains no cholesterol, but it is calorie-dense and can easily be turned into energy boosting breakfast dishes.Here are 3 recipe videos you'd love to try!...
22:39, 05/14/2019

Got A Party At Home? This Yummy Cheese Ball Recipe Is Sure To Be A Show Stealer, See Video This cheesy and greasy delicacy is very simple to make at home, and if you really want it to be the star of the spread, do not be stingy with the cheese!...
22:39, 05/14/2019

Is Drinking Alcohol In Moderation Good For The Heart? Study Says No A new study published in the journal Lancet says that drinking alcohol increases the risks of high blood pressure and heart stroke uniformly and has no protective benefits against risks of heart......
22:39, 05/14/2019

Balanced Diet: A Complete Guide To Healthy Eating In order to lead a healthy life, it is essential to follow a balanced diet. Balanced diet is associated with good health, prevention of diseases and recovery from illnesses. A healthy and balanced......
22:39, 05/14/2019

Peanuts Or Peanut Butter? Celeb Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar Spills The Tea Kareena Kapoor Khan's nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar addressed one of the most common dilemmas of modern nutrition- is peanut butter healthier than eating peanuts?...
22:39, 05/14/2019

Summer Diet Tips: Try These 2 Healthy Palak Raita Recipes To Beat The Heat Summer Diet Tips: Raita is a curd-based condiment, which is one of the most popular dishes of Indian cuisine. No Indian food lover can imagine eating dal chawal, kebabs, khichdi or biryani without......
22:39, 05/14/2019

UN health agency highlights lifestyle choices that can prevent onset of dementia, as millions more succumb each year Key lifestyle choices such as getting regular exercise, not smoking or drinking too much, can reduce the risk of dementia and cognitive decline, the UN health agency said on Tuesday....
20:52, 05/14/2019

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: hate speech, dementia, Libya and Yemen, human rights in Brazil and Lebanon This Tuesday, we cover: the UN chief in New Zealand’s Christchurch calls for end to hate speech; how a healthy lifestyle can prevent dementia; updates on fighting in Libya and Yemen; the human rights of detainees in Lebanon and people affected by lep...
20:52, 05/14/2019

WHO issues first advice on dementia: exercise and don't smoke The World Health Organization published its first guidelines on the prevention and management of dementia on Tuesday, putting physical activity at the top of its list of recommendations for preventing cognitive decline....
20:13, 05/14/2019

Israel regulator warns of medical cannabis bubble, eyes Australia pact Medical cannabis could become an investment bubble in Israel, the country's market regulator warned, as cash floods into a rapidly-expanding industry where few companies yet make money....
20:13, 05/14/2019

Weight-loss surgery may help cut risk of breast cancer (Reuters Health) - Severely obese women who opt for weight-loss surgery may be cutting their risk of breast cancer along with their extra pounds, a large U.S. study suggests....
20:13, 05/14/2019

Informal eldercare has larger labor-market effect for women (Reuters Health) - Informal care for older relatives continues to affect the labor market, and the effects remain gendered, according to a new study in Canada....
20:13, 05/14/2019

NHS hospital to trial genetic analysis for blood pressure patients Around 100 people undergoing treatment for hypertension in the UK are to get their DNA analysed in a pioneering trial to see if genetic data can help healthcare ...
19:26, 05/14/2019

Sugary drink sales in Philadelphia fall 38% after city adopted soda tax, study finds Sales of sugary drinks dropped 38% in Philadelphia after the city implemented a soda tax, partially offset by people buying more sweet beverages in neighboring town, according to a study published Tuesday....
19:26, 05/14/2019

Biological marker may indicate PTSD patients at risk for suicide People with both PTSD and suicidal thoughts have high levels of metabotropic glutamatergic receptor 5 compared to those without those thoughts, which may help identify patients at greatest need for treatment....
19:13, 05/14/2019

The Intersection of Race and Blood Blood can be racially or ethnically specific, so having more blood donors in certain groups can be crucial for saving the lives of patients who share their backgrounds....
18:39, 05/14/2019

E. coli outbreak in 10 states sickens 196 people, hospitalizes 28, health officials say The E. coli outbreak connected to ground beef has now sickened 196 people across 10 states — a 19-person increase since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported numbers last month....
18:26, 05/14/2019

Woman develops 'grapefruit'-sized hematoma after landing on jet ski handlebars An unnamed woman's vaginal injury was documented in a medical journal after she sought help for a massive hematoma on her vulva that developed after she fell off her jet ski and landed on the watercraft’s handlebars....
18:26, 05/14/2019

Woman claims she was separated from newborn after testing positive for opiates because of poppy-seed bagel Less than 24 hours after a mother in New York gave birth, her baby was taken from her after she tested positive for opiates — despite claiming she did not taking any drugs....
18:26, 05/14/2019

Monsanto Ordered to Pay $2 Billion in Case Tying Weed Killer to Cancer (SAN FRANCISCO) — A jury on Monday ordered agribusiness giant Monsanto Co. to pay a combined $2.055 billion to a couple claiming that the company’s popular weed killer Roundup Ready caused their cancers. The jury’s verdict is the th...
17:13, 05/14/2019

Want to Stay Healthy as You Age? Let Go of Anger Though emotions are often fleeting, they can have a lasting impact on your health. Stress, for example, may heighten the risk of both chronic and acute health conditions, while happiness can improve wellbeing. Now, a small new study published in the ...
17:13, 05/14/2019

Soda Taxes Are a ‘No-Brainer’ for Public Health, Says the Author of a New Study on Them A new JAMA study suggests taxing sugary drinks really can make people buy fewer of them, potentially translating to better public health. Taxes on soda and other junk foods are frequently proposed as a way to coax Americans into eating more healthful...
17:13, 05/14/2019

Study suggests avocados suppress hunger, but can we trust the research? Clinical trial participants were less hungry and more satisfied after breakfast with avocado than a low-fat meal. But the study received industry backing....
16:52, 05/14/2019

How sleep and mood impact working memory Researchers assess which aspects of working memory are affected by age, sleep quality, and mood and whether these factors work in unison or independently....
16:52, 05/14/2019

Diabetes Management: Experts Reveal How Diabetics Can Include Potatoes In Their Diet Potatoes, which are oh-so-intrinsic to Indian cooking, are often said to be a risky affair for diabetics. But if you want to include the healthy veggie in your diet, here are some pro-tips to keep in......
14:26, 05/14/2019

Bayer stock continues rout after $2 billion award in Roundup trial Shares in Bayer fell as much as 5 percent on Tuesday after a jury awarded more than $2 billion to a California couple in the largest U.S. jury verdict against the company over allegations its Roundup weed killer causes cancer....
13:52, 05/14/2019

Eating Disorders Linked To Long-Term Depression Risk For Mothers: Study If you are a pregnant woman, without a saying, you must keep a close watch on what you eat. This is because any kind of eating disorder and body image concerns before or during pregnancy may lead to......
13:00, 05/14/2019

Beware! Consuming Excessive Fatty Foods May Trigger Depression A new study has pointed at a harmful side-effect of consuming excessive amounts of dietary fats and has linked high amounts of fats in your diet with increased risks of depression....
13:00, 05/14/2019

Vietnam to mobilize military in fight against African swine fever Vietnam said it will mobilize its military and police forces to help combat the outbreak of African swine fever that has already resulted in the culling of about 4% of the country's pig herd....
09:39, 05/14/2019

Bayer stock at lowest in nearly seven years after $2 billion award in Roundup trial Shares in Bayer were down 5.9 percent in early trade on Tuesday after a jury awarded more than $2 billion to a California couple in the largest U.S. jury verdict against the company over allegations its Roundup weed killer causes cancer....
09:39, 05/14/2019

7 Healthy Vitamin D Foods You Must Eat To Avoid Vitamin D Deficiency Vitamin D Foods: We all know that sunlight is one of the best natural sources of vitamin D. However, most of us are bound to our indoor jobs and don't get much exposure to sunlight; therefore, daily......
08:13, 05/14/2019

What to know about cluster A personality disorders The Cluster A personality disorders are paranoid personality disorder, schizoid personality disorder, and schizotypal disorder. The symptoms can vary depending on the specific disorder. Learn more here....
04:39, 05/14/2019

Antibiotics after assisted births could stop thousands of infections Giving a single dose of antibiotics to mothers who have a medically assisted birth using forceps or vacuum could prevent almost half of maternal infections, researchers said on Monday, and global health authorities should change their advice....
03:39, 05/14/2019

Study links low-dose aspirin to bleeding inside the skull People without a history of heart disease and stroke who took low-dose aspirin were more likely to experience bleeding inside the skull, according to a new study....
02:13, 05/14/2019

New Tax Will Help Washington Residents Pay for Long-Term Care Starting in 2025, eligible state residents in Washington State will get $100 per day for 365 days of long-term care costs. A payroll tax will pay for it....
01:26, 05/14/2019

Diabetes leg pain: Everything you need to know If someone with diabetes experiences leg pain, it may be a sign of diabetic neuropathy. Neuropathy is a serious complication. Learn about the possible treatments and home remedies here....
01:00, 05/14/2019

Everything you need to know about Pap smears A Pap smear is a routine test that doctors use to look for changes in the cervical cells. These changes may indicate cancer or precancer. Learn more about a Pap smear here....
01:00, 05/14/2019

When to see a doctor for severe stomach pain A wide range of problems and medical conditions can cause severe stomach pain, but not all of them require a visit to the doctor. Learn about the causes of severe stomach pain here....
01:00, 05/14/2019

Georgios Papanikolaou: inventor of the Pap smear cervical cancer test The Pap smear cervical cancer test, which Georgios Papanikolaou developed by studying smears from his wife, was the first widely used screening test for cancer...
00:39, 05/14/2019

Generic drugs manufactured abroad bring savings, also potential dangerous side effects: expert Generic drugs offer U.S. consumers savings over brand medications, but as they are increasingly manufactured overseas, they can also pose dangerous side effects, said investigative journalist Katherine Eban on "Fox & Friends" on Monday....
00:26, 05/14/2019

Political games hinder efforts to end Ebola outbreak in Congo: WHO Attempts to end the second worst Ebola outbreak on record are being hampered by "political games" and distrust of outsiders in two towns in Democratic Republic of Congo, a senior World Health Organization official said on Monday....
00:00, 05/14/2019

Without heart disease, daily aspirin may be too risky (Reuters Health) - For people without heart disease, taking a daily aspirin to prevent heart attacks and strokes may increase the risk of severe brain bleeding to the point where it outweighs any potential benefit, a research review suggests....
00:00, 05/14/2019

With cancer rates rising worldwide, oncologist shortage predicted (Reuters Health) - As cancer rates rise worldwide, researchers predict a shortage of specialists who can deliver chemotherapy, according to a new study....
00:00, 05/14/2019

Home-based heart rehab may help patients who can't get to clinics (Reuters Health) - Some heart attack survivors may benefit from supervised home-based cardiac rehabilitation programs when hospital-based rehab isn't an option, U.S. doctors say....
00:00, 05/14/2019

California jury says Bayer must pay $2 billion to couple in Roundup cancer trial A California jury on Monday awarded more than $2 billion to a couple who claimed Bayer AG's glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer caused their cancer, marking the third consecutive U.S. jury verdict against the company in litigation over the chemical....
00:00, 05/14/2019

U.S. measles outbreak grows with 75 new cases, mostly in New York U.S. health authorities recorded 75 new cases of the measles in the latest week, mostly in New York state, bringing the nationwide total to 839 cases in the country's worst outbreak of the virus since 1994, federal health officials said on Monday....
22:13, 05/13/2019

Why might smoking and drinking alcohol raise the risk of osteoporosis? Study uncovers a stress signaling cell mechanism through which damage to mitochondria can disrupt bone creation-resorption balance to promote osteoporosis....
22:00, 05/13/2019

How to burn fat if you cannot workout People who are unable to exercise frequently can use other methods to burn fat, such as eating more protein, trying intermittent fasting, reducing stress, and maintaining a healthy sleep pattern. Learn more here....
22:00, 05/13/2019

Ways to prevent gestational diabetes Although it is not always possible to prevent gestational diabetes, eating well and exercising regularly to achieve or maintain a healthy weight can reduce the risk. Learn more here....
22:00, 05/13/2019

Stem Cell Treatments Flourish With Little Evidence That They Work The F.D.A. has taken an industry-friendly approach toward companies using unproven cell cocktails to treat people desperate for relief from aging or damaged joints....
21:52, 05/13/2019

Tips To Keep Chapati Dough (Atta) Fresh And Soft For Longer Chapatis are wildly popular across the Indian subcontinent and are prepared at least two times in the day. This is why the dough is prepared in bulk and can be used throughout the day....
19:39, 05/13/2019

Devastated family says reaction to pollen triggered teen's fatal asthma attack A teen who was celebrating the end of his exams with friends in a park later suffered a fatal asthma attack that his family says was triggered by a severe reaction to pollen....
18:26, 05/13/2019

What you need to know about the U.S. measles outbreak The United States so far this year has recorded 839 cases of measles in 23 states, its largest outbreak since public health officials in 2000 declared the disease eradicated, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday....
17:52, 05/13/2019

U.S. records 75 new measles cases, 9.8% increase, as outbreak grows The United States recorded 75 new cases of the measles in the last week, totaling 839 cases in the country's worst outbreak of the virus since 1994, federal health officials said on Monday....
17:52, 05/13/2019

Ex-‘Bachelor’ finalist says son’s birthmark mistaken for measles after treatment for rare disorder: 'I cried after that comment' A "Bachelor" finalist whose baby was born with a port wine stain covering half of his face was left in tears when strangers mistook his birthmark for measles....
16:39, 05/13/2019

African swine fever outbreak spreads to fourth province An outbreak of African swine fever, a severe hemorrhagic disease of pigs, has spread to a fourth province in South Africa, the agricultural ministry said on Monday, following a spate of outbreaks last month....
15:13, 05/13/2019

Breakfast cereals: 'Almost zero correlation' between health claims and nutritional content Four recent studies examined claims appearing on the packaging of food items. They compared the claims with reality and found a significant mismatch....
15:13, 05/13/2019

Israel's Zebra Medical gets FDA ok for AI chest X-ray product Israel's Zebra Medical Vision said on Monday it received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its artificial intelligence-based chest X-ray triage product....
14:00, 05/13/2019

Novartis vows to fight U.S. price-fixing claims against Sandoz unit Novartis on Monday said claims of price fixing against its Sandoz generics unit amid a U.S. probe of 20 drugmakers are without merit, with the Swiss company vowing to fight allegations in a lawsuit filed last week....
14:00, 05/13/2019

5 Best Street Foods Of Kolkata | Bengali Street Food Recipes Street Foods of Kolkata: Here are our 5 best street foods of Kolkata along with key ingredients and a step by step process to try at home. From kathi rolls and ghugni to jhalmuri and puchkas, we've......
13:39, 05/13/2019

10 Best Swiss Dishes You Must Try When In Switzerland From Ticino, the country's quintessential Swiss canton, to Geneva (that's close to France) - I've travelled across this charming nation always in awe of their dense railway network. Aside from Swiss......
13:39, 05/13/2019

Eat walnuts to lower blood pressure, new study suggests The authors of a new study conclude that for people already at risk of cardiovascular disease, adding walnuts to a low-fat diet could lower that risk....
11:00, 05/13/2019

DASH Diet May Cut Heart Failure Risk In Elderly: Study The diet could help reduce the risk of developing heart-failure by almost half in people under 75 years, the study was published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine....
10:00, 05/13/2019

Vietnam culls 1.2 million pigs as African swine fever spreads nationwide Vietnam has culled more than 1.2 million farmed pigs infected with African swine fever, the government said on Monday, as the virus continues to spread rapidly in the Southeast Asian country....
09:26, 05/13/2019

Campaign to raise minimum smoking age to 21 finds unlikely supporter: Big Tobacco Altria, Juul and British American Tobacco — the largest U.S. cigarette and e-cigarette manufacturers — are supporting raising the smoking age to 21. Regulators are pressuring them to fix what they're calling an epidemic of teen vaping....
20:39, 05/12/2019

Porn a public health crisis in US, Arizona and other states agree Arizona lawmakers last week approved a resolution calling for efforts to prevent pornography from being exposed to young children online, a move similar to other legislative bodies in at least 15 other states....
13:52, 05/12/2019

Do we have the wrong idea about the global obesity 'epidemic?' To date, experts have seen urbanization trends as a key driver of the global obesity 'epidemic,' but a major new study now challenges that assumption....
11:52, 05/12/2019

43 states, Puerto Rico sue drugmakers in generic price fixing Attorneys general in 43 states and Puerto Rico have filed a joint lawsuit accusing drugmakers of fixing prices for generic drugs used to treat arthritis, diabetes and other ailments....
08:00, 05/12/2019

U.S. states accuse Teva, other drugmakers, of price-fixing -lawsuit U.S. states filed a lawsuit accusing Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc of orchestrating a sweeping scheme with 19 other drug companies to inflate drug prices - sometimes by more than 1,000% - and stifle competition for generic drugs, state prosecutors sai...
18:52, 05/11/2019

Teva, other drug companies accused in sweeping U.S. price-fixing scheme: lawsuit U.S. states filed a lawsuit accusing 20 drug companies including Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc of a sweeping scheme to inflate drug prices - sometimes by more than 1,000 percent - and stifle competition for generic drugs, state prosecutors said on Sat...
17:39, 05/11/2019

Weight Loss: Here's How Cardamom (Elaichi) Water May Help You Lose Stubborn Belly Fat Indian household kitchens are a treasure trove of ingredients that not only add flavour to various dishes but also come replete with health benefiting properties. One such ingredient that is immensely......
13:52, 05/11/2019

Watch: This Baked Vegetable Idli Recipe Is Weight Loss Friendly And Super Delicious Indian cuisine boasts of various dishes that are incredibly delicious yet healthy too. Talking about combination of health and taste, there is one delight that stands out to be a favourite of many-......
13:52, 05/11/2019

Good Sleep Quality, Mood Linked To Good Working Memory: 5 Sleep-Inducing Foods According to a recent study published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, a strong link was found between working memory and factors like sleep, age and mood....
13:52, 05/11/2019

Exclusive: Philip Morris suspends social media campaign after Reuters exposes young 'influencers' Cigarette maker Philip Morris International Inc has suspended a global social media marketing campaign in response to Reuters inquiries into the company’s use of young online personalities to sell its new "heated tobacco" device, including a 21-year-...
09:26, 05/11/2019

Global Health: Where Will Measles Break Out Next? Chicago, Los Angeles or Miami, Scientists Predict A new study ranks the risks in U.S. counties by the numbers of unvaccinated children and proximity to international airports. But no one predicted the outbreak in Brooklyn....
02:52, 05/11/2019

Experts share facts about physician suicide (Reuters Health) - Suicide is the only cause of death that is higher among doctors than the general population, according to two Canadian physicians who coauthored an information sheet about physician suicide....
01:52, 05/11/2019

During a.m. appointments, doctors more likely to advise cancer screening (Reuters Health) - Patients who see their doctors in the morning are a lot more likely to be referred for screenings for breast and colon cancer than patients with end-of-the-day appointments, a new study suggests....
01:52, 05/11/2019

Younger lacrosse players have more concussions than older players (Reuters Health) - Younger boys who play lacrosse are more likely to get injured and sustain concussions than high school or college players, a U.S. study suggests....
01:52, 05/11/2019

Medicaid work rules likely to penalize chronically ill: study (Reuters Health) - States that require adults on Medicaid to work a set number of hours to get benefits may find many people lose coverage because behavioral health conditions and other chronic health problems make it hard for them to work, a U.S. st...
01:52, 05/11/2019

What are the best cereals for people with diabetes? Many commercial cereals are high in carbohydrates and contain added sugars. Learn about which cereals are safe for people with diabetes to eat in this article....
01:13, 05/11/2019

5 causes of cold intolerance While some people simply get colder more easily than others, cold intolerance can also result from an underlying medical condition. In this article, learn about possible causes of feeling cold all the time, including hypothyroidism, anemia, and Rayna...
01:13, 05/11/2019

Legitimate opioid prescriptions increase risk for drug users who doctor shop About one in every 200 people prescribed opioids in 2016 had a family member who sought medications from multiple prescribers and to fill them at multiple pharmacies, a practice known as doctor shopping....
23:52, 05/10/2019

Washington State Limits Exemptions for Children Not Being Vaccinated (VANCOUVER, Wash.) — Parents in Washington state will no longer be able to claim a personal or philosophical exemption for their children from receiving the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine before attending a day care center or schoo...
23:39, 05/10/2019

Mom fitted with pacemaker at age 32 says she used to drink 6 energy drinks per day A mother of three is speaking out about the potential dangers of consuming energy drinks after she began suffering from blackouts and was fitted with a pacemaker at age 32....
23:13, 05/10/2019

The 4 Types of Doctors Visits You Should Make For a Long, Healthy Life Prevention is often called the best medicine — but research has shown that millions of Americans are not getting the preventive care they should to live long, healthy lives. Obstacles like inadequate access to care and financial barriers can ke...
22:00, 05/10/2019

Diabetes linked to different forms of cancer in males vs. females A study in a large Chinese cohort shows that people with type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of cancer, and the types of cancer vary in males and females....
20:52, 05/10/2019

Study finds evidence of 'clear relationship' between appendectomy and Parkinson's A study of 62 million people in the United States finds that those who have had their appendix removed are more likely to develop Parkinson's disease....
20:52, 05/10/2019

Diabetes: Best diets for weight loss Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight can help people with diabetes manage their blood sugar and prevent complications. Learn about the best diets to lose weight safely here....
20:52, 05/10/2019

Exclusive: Novartis pitches discounts on pricey gene therapy for deadly muscle disorder Novartis AG is offering price discounts in negotiations with U.S. health insurers on its gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a treatment that could cost more than a million dollars, but the gesture comes with strings attached....
20:26, 05/10/2019

Anti-vax mother changed her mind after hearing 'emotional story' Abbey Clint was not vaccinated, and expected to raise her children the same way until her mother-in-law told her about a personal experience that changed the Pennsylvania woman's mind....
20:00, 05/10/2019

Mom says pregnancy saved life after emergency appendix surgery revealed rare cancer A 34-year-old mother of two who underwent surgery for suspected appendicitis says that if it wasn’t for her growing fetus, she would have never known a rare cancer was causing her pain....
20:00, 05/10/2019

Diplomat who developed mysterious symptoms in China to donate brain for research A U.S. diplomat who suffered headaches and memory loss under mysterious circumstances while stationed in China has pledged to donate his brain for research....
20:00, 05/10/2019

Herbal sex supplement sent man's blood pressure through the roof A man's blood pressure skyrocketed to dangerous levels after he took an herbal supplement touted for sexual enhancement, according to a new report of the man's case....
20:00, 05/10/2019

Hong Kong reports African swine fever case Hong Kong government confirmed an African swine fever case on Friday night, in a further sign that the virus is continuing to spread beyond mainland China's borders....
17:13, 05/10/2019

Gilead, HHS chief announce donation of HIV prevention drug Truvada Health and Human Services Secretary Alex M. Azar announced a deal this week for drugmaker Gilead Sciences to donate billions of dollars in HIV prevention drugs over the course of the next decade....
17:00, 05/10/2019

Mom, 63, cured of hepatitis after receiving part of liver from son, 37, in first-of-kind 3-D surgery: reports After 27 years living with autoimmune hepatitis, a Utah mother has been cured thanks to a part of her son’s liver and an innovative new treatment that used 3-D technology, according to a report....
16:00, 05/10/2019

Dad left completely paralyzed after stroke triggers rare locked-in syndrome: 'Like being buried alive' A 50-year-old man left paralyzed from a devastating stroke is completely aware of the environment around him, but can no longer eat, talk or move after the episode triggered a rare syndrome that leaves patients feeling “buried alive.”...
16:00, 05/10/2019

Study Says Global Obesity Rising Faster In Rural Areas: 5 Tips To Manage Obesity The team analysed the height and weight data of more than 112 million adults across urban and rural areas of 200 countries and territories between 1985 and 2017....
15:52, 05/10/2019

Mother's Day 2019: Superfoods For Supermoms! Mother's Day 2019: A healthy mother is the foundation of a healthy family. Choose nutrient-packed superfoods that can help her stay healthy and balance the multiple roles she plays on a daily basis....
15:52, 05/10/2019

Save Time And Pre-Order Your Food Before Flying At The Mumbai Airport Mumbai airport has launched a new service called 'Order Ahead', which allows flyers to pre-order their food that will be delivered at the boarding gate or can be self-picked on the way to the boarding......
15:52, 05/10/2019

Milk Nutrition And Lactose Intolerance: The Ultimate Guide Milk Nutrition And Lactose Intolerance: Milk is the first food for most mammals, in the form of mother's milk. Milk as a part of agriculture is often referred to as dairy farming or dairy milk. Cows......
15:52, 05/10/2019

Avocados May Help Suppress Hunger And Also Does Not Add Many Calories: 5 Avocado Recipes The study revealed that meals which include fresh avocado as a substitute for refined carbohydrates, are more effective in supressing hunger and induce satiety....
15:52, 05/10/2019

7 Best Summer Drinks Recipes | Refreshing Summer Drinks Recipes Summer Drinks Recipes: Find here a list of summer drinks recipes such as jaljeera, watermelon cooler, aam panna and more, complete with key ingredients and a step by step process.to prepare at home......
15:52, 05/10/2019

IBD: Blood test could help predict severity, improve treatment Predicting the severity of an individual case of IBD may help guide treatment. A new study outlines a blood-based test that can predict IBD's course....
15:00, 05/10/2019

Could a computer game help you cut down on sugar? Many adults in the United States reach for unhealthful, sugary foods, with potentially negative health consequences. Could an experimental game help them?...
15:00, 05/10/2019

My liver, your kidney: the world's first non-identical organ swap To get her mother a new kidney, Aliana Deveza instigated the world’s first swap of different organs between living donors, donating half her liver to a stranger...
13:52, 05/10/2019

Every country worldwide is now using the most effective polio vaccine We may be on the brink of eradicating polio at last, now that Mongolia and Zimbabwe have added the inactivated polio vaccine to routine immunisations...
13:52, 05/10/2019

Singapore reports first case of rare monkeypox virus Singapore has reported its first case of the rare monkeypox virus brought in by a Nigerian man who authorities said may have been infected by bushmeat he ate at a wedding....
11:00, 05/10/2019

Many U.S. allergists now prescribe tablets instead of shots (Reuters Health) - Almost three in four U.S. allergy specialists are prescribing tablets to ease symptoms caused by pollen, ragweed and dust at least some of the time, though they have not completely shifted away from allergy shots, a survey suggests...
04:52, 05/10/2019

Ex-doctor in Texas sentenced to 20 years in prison over opioid deaths Howard Gregg Diamond, a Texas doctor who wrote unnecessary prescriptions for powerful drugs that contributed to the overdose deaths of at least seven people, was sentenced to 20 years in prison....
04:00, 05/10/2019

Toddler diagnosed with rare cancer after suspected ear infection is now disease-free A toddler whose facial nerves were damaged during surgery to remove a huge tumor which doctors first believed was an ear infection is now cancer free, just months after her parents were told she may not survive. ...
03:13, 05/10/2019

What happens in hours before death? Many don't know Benjamin Franklin famously quipped that the only certainties in life are death and taxes. Today, most people could justifiably add, "and I don't understand either of them."...
03:13, 05/10/2019

Getting appendix removed increases risk of Parkinson's, study finds Patients who have had their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease than those who have not, according to a new study....
03:13, 05/10/2019

Nursing student born with massive birthmark caused by rare disorder undergoes life-changing surgery A 37-year-old nursing student from Iran who spent years of her life in and out of doctors’ offices and enduring callous remarks from strangers is rebuilding her life in New York after undergoing life-changing surgery on a birthmark that was taking ov...
03:13, 05/10/2019

Florida boy with cancer must continue chemo despite parents' wishes to use cannabis therapy, court rules A 3-year-old Florida boy with leukemia was ordered Wednesday to continue his chemotherapy treatments despite his parents wishes that he undergo cannabis therapy and other herbal remedies....
03:13, 05/10/2019

What can cause a bump on the back of the head? A bump or lump on the back of the head is often due to an injury. People with severe head injuries or symptoms of concussion should seek immediate medical attention. Other possible causes of a bump on the back of the head include cysts, fatty growths...
03:00, 05/10/2019

What's the difference between Humalog and NovoLog? Humalog and NovoLog are types of medication that can help control blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Learn about the differences between them here....
03:00, 05/10/2019

What to know about supplements for muscles There is evidence that some beneficial muscle-building supplements include protein, creatine, and caffeine. The best choice depends on a person’s needs. Learn more here....
03:00, 05/10/2019

A Teenager Sued His School for Banning Unvaccinated Students. Now He Has Chickenpox A Kentucky teenager who sued his school last month for banning unvaccinated students has come down with a case of chickenpox. Jerome Kunkel, 18, took legal action against his high school after the Northern Kentucky Health Department said unvaccinated...
02:52, 05/10/2019

TV Ads for Drugs Must Now Include Prices. It’s the Latest Effort to Drive Down Pharmaceutical Costs At a time when nearly a fifth of Americans have struggled to pay medical bills, the Trump Administration will soon require drug companies to list medication prices in television advertisements. It’s a move meant to boost transparency and drive ...
02:52, 05/10/2019

What’s the Best Way to Get Rid of a Bad Aftertaste? Ordering a dish loaded with garlic or onions can be a commitment. The flavors can linger on the tongue long after a meal is over, no matter how many breath mints you pop. But what actually causes a bad aftertaste — and is there any way to get r...
02:52, 05/10/2019

Trump slams drugmakers, vows to let U.S. states buy cheaper medicines abroad U.S. President Donald Trump slammed the pharmaceutical industry for high prices of prescription drugs on Thursday and vowed to allow U.S. states to buy medicines from other countries if they cost less....
23:00, 05/09/2019

Trump calls on Congress to protect patients from surprise medical bills U.S. President Donald Trump called on Congress on Thursday to pass legislation to protect patients from surprise medical bills from out-of-network doctors that can unnecessarily cost patients tens of thousands of dollars....
23:00, 05/09/2019

Gallbladders may be removed too often (Reuters Health) - Many patients with gallstones and abdominal pain don't feel better after a procedure to remove their gallbladder, and a recent study suggests this surgery may not always be necessary....
23:00, 05/09/2019

Online symptom checker often wrong on eye problems (Reuters Health) - People looking to a popular online symptom checker for answers about eye problems often get a wrong diagnosis, a small study suggests....
23:00, 05/09/2019

Opioid overdose deaths decline when pharmacists can dispense naloxone (Reuters Health) - In states where pharmacists were allowed to sell the potentially lifesaving opioid antidote naloxone without a prescription, fewer people died from opioid overdoses, a new U.S. study finds....
23:00, 05/09/2019

Trade frictions raise questions about China's fentanyl promise China has pledged to stem a flood of the synthetic opioid fentanyl onto America's streets, where it kills thousands of people a month, but U.S. security experts are skeptical about whether Beijing is willing, or even able, to follow through....
23:00, 05/09/2019

One-third of statin patients still have bad cholesterol levels, study says About one-third of people in taking statins to control low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, known as "bad cholesterol," still have dangerously high levels in their blood....
22:39, 05/09/2019

What to know about the Whole30 diet The Whole30 diet involves not eating grains, legumes, dairy, and specific other food groups for 30 days. It is safe to try for most people and may have health benefits. Learn more here....
22:13, 05/09/2019

5 Best Khoya Recipes | Easy Mawa Recipes Mawa Recipes | Khoya Recipes: Find here the list of our best mawa recipes tha you can prepare at home. From khoya paneer to mawa gujiyas and tikkis to gajar ka halwa, we've got it all with key......
21:52, 05/09/2019

Ramadan 2019: Authentic Sheer Khurma And Zarda Pulao Recipes For A Sweet Iftari Ramadan 2019 is going on and it's a time to prepare luscious post-fasting meals. Here are two video recipes for desserts that are commonly prepared for Iftar....
21:52, 05/09/2019

Global alcohol intake has increased by 70%, study warns A large new study shows that global alcohol intake increased sharply between 1990 and 2017. This pattern is set to continue up to 2030, the authors warn....
21:13, 05/09/2019

Can drinking mineral-rich water prevent hypertension? A study that links drinking salinated water to lower blood pressure attributes the effect to benefits of calcium and magnesium exceeding harms of sodium....
21:13, 05/09/2019

Diabetic ketoacidosis: What to know Diabetic ketoacidosis is a medical emergency that can occur in people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. In this article, learn about the symptoms and underlying causes. We also cover treatment and prevention....
21:13, 05/09/2019

Many Hospitals Charge Double or Even Triple What Medicare Would Pay A study of 25 states provides a rare glimpse of the stark disparities between what private insurers and the federal government paid for inpatient and outpatient care....
20:13, 05/09/2019

I gave away half my liver in exchange for a new kidney for my mother To get her mother a new kidney, Aliana Deveza instigated the world’s first swap of different organs between living donors, donating half her liver to a stranger...
20:00, 05/09/2019

White House takes on surprise medical bills in continued push to lower US health-care costs President Donald Trump announced a new push Thursday for legislation designed to end surprise medical bills that leave Americans saddled with costs for care that they thought were covered by their insurance....
19:26, 05/09/2019

Iowa veteran, 20, marries girlfriend hours before cancer death An Army veteran from Iowa received his final wish to marry the love of his life just hours before he tragically died at the age of 20 from liver cancer....
16:26, 05/09/2019

Attacks on health care facilities, dire security concerns escalating latest Ebola outbreak Continued attacks on Ebola treatment facilities and medical professionals have many fearing the outbreak in the DRC could morph into another global catastrophe....
16:26, 05/09/2019

UnitedHealthcare aims to cut maternity care costs with new program UnitedHealthcare Group said on Thursday it had launched a new program to cut maternity costs under which partner hospitals would be paid a fixed rate for care during and after pregnancy, rather than for every service rendered....
14:39, 05/09/2019

Disease to cut China pig meat output by at least 10 percent: FAO An African Swine Fever outbreak is expected to cut China's pig meat output by at least 10 percent in 2019 and present opportunities for producers elsewhere, the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization said on Thursday....
14:39, 05/09/2019

Podimetrics completes $13.4 million funding for disease-detecting foot mat Podimetrics, the maker of a smart foot mat that detects warning signs of diabetic foot ulcers, said on Thursday it raised $13.4 million in a funding round led by a group of investors, including venture capital firm Scientific Health Development....
14:39, 05/09/2019

Novartis buys dry eye drug from Takeda for up to $5.3 billion Novartis is buying dry-eye drug Xiidra from Takeda Pharmaceutical Co for up to $5.3 billion as the Swiss drugmaker refreshes its ophthalmic medicines portfolio with a potential blockbuster....
14:39, 05/09/2019

Where antibiotics fail, 'bacteria-eating' viruses may prevail Researchers have successfully used a mix of 'bacteria-eating' viruses to treat a dangerous, antibiotic-resistant infection in a chronically ill patient....
13:39, 05/09/2019

Diabetes: Resistant Starch Benefits And Foods That May Help Lower Glucose Levels Diabetes Diet: Resistant starch is a type of starch that is not digested in the upper digestive tract and a small part of it remains in the gut unchanged. Here's why resistant starch rich foods are......
12:26, 05/09/2019

Khichdi Nutrition: Nutritionist Luke Coutinho Tells Us Why Khichdi Is A Holistic Superfood Khichdi Nutrition: A blend of rice and lentils, khichdi has been the staple for Indians for many eras now. As per the antiquated Indian medicinal science, Ayurveda, khichdi recoups as well as heals.......
12:26, 05/09/2019

Study Suggests Link Between Emotional Eating, Stress and Obesity As part of the study, the participants reported their income and education level as an indicator of socioeconomic status and their height and weight in order to calculate body mass index (BMI)....
12:26, 05/09/2019

Talking About Good Food Habits Makes Kids Healthier: Study The findings revealed that affirming statements were more effective at getting kids to make healthy food choices than serving them same kind of food repeatedly without any conversation....
09:26, 05/09/2019

What to know about raisins Raisins have many nutritional benefits and can aid digestion, as well as improve eyesight. People can easily add them to their diet. Learn more about the benefits of raisins here....
05:39, 05/09/2019

What to know about abdominal tenderness Causes of abdominal tenderness include a variety of gastrointestinal issues, injuries to the area, and organ-related conditions. Treatment varies depending on the cause. Learn more about abdominal tenderness here....
05:39, 05/09/2019

Everything you need to know about fecal transplants Fecal transplants are a recent development in the treatment of several conditions, including Clostridium difficile infections. Learn more about this treatment and the emerging research on it here....
05:39, 05/09/2019

How do you prevent type 2 diabetes? Several factors increase a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes. In this article, learn about how to prevent the condition by losing weight, exercising, and eating a balanced diet....
05:39, 05/09/2019

Diabetes hospitalizations spike among young adults in U.S. The hospitalization rate for diabetic ketoacidosis rose by 90 percent among teenagers in the United States entering adulthood, with researchers suggesting the availability of health insurance may have some effect....
02:39, 05/09/2019

Revised guidelines improve survival rates for traumatic brain injury patients People suffering severe traumatic brain injury may have a better chance of surviving under revised guidelines for emergency medical responders, new findings show....
02:39, 05/09/2019

AstraZeneca-Daiichi breast cancer treatment shows promise in latest study An experimental breast cancer drug being developed by British drugmaker AstraZeneca and Japan's Daiichi Sankyo's met its main goal in a mid-stage study, bolstering their position in a highly competitive oncology market....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Clashes in Ebola-affected Congo city kill at least nine Heavy fighting between the army and local militiamen in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo's Ebola-stricken city of Butembo killed at least nine people on Wednesday, the mayor said....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Cholera, more civilian casualties feared in Libya: WHO A month-old battle for Libya's capital Tripoli risks causing an "exponential" rise in civilian casualties as well as outbreaks of deadly diseases including cholera, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday....
02:26, 05/09/2019

U.S. government to require drugmakers to show prices in TV ads The Trump administration on Wednesday said it will require drugmakers to disclose the list price of prescription drugs in direct-to-consumer television advertisements, part of the government's efforts to lower costs for U.S. consumers....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Novartis confident of Zolgensma supply, calls $2 million price 'speculation' Novartis is confident it has adequate production capacity for its Zolgensma gene therapy should regulators this month approve the drug for multiple forms of the genetic disease spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), the Swiss drugmaker said on Wednesday....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Global obesity rising faster in rural areas than cities, study finds Global rates of obesity among people who live in the countryside are rising faster than those among city dwellers, in part due to greater access in urban areas to healthier foods and places to exercise, researchers said on Wednesday....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Cholesterol-lowering drugs tied to reduced glaucoma risk (Reuters Health) - High cholesterol is associated with an increased risk of developing glaucoma, but a new study suggests taking statins to lower cholesterol helps to reduce this risk....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Radiation therapy consent forms too difficult to read (Reuters Health) - Cancer patients usually get written consent forms to sign before radiation that are supposed to clearly spell out the treatment risks, but a new U.S. study suggests these forms are too complex for most patients to easily understand...
02:26, 05/09/2019

Repetition helps preschoolers learn to eat healthy foods (Reuters Health) - By using the right words and repeating the phrases, adults can help young kids get over picky eating behaviors and eat healthier foods, according to a new study....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Progesterone only prevents miscarriage in women with history of pregnancy loss (Reuters Health) - Giving progesterone to women with bleeding early in pregnancy doesn't prevent pregnancy loss, except among women who have had a previous miscarriage, according to a study of 4,153 women treated at 48 hospitals in the UK....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Dementia-related marker found in former pro athletes with concussion history (Reuters Health) - Levels of a protein called tau in spinal fluid may help predict which former pro athletes with multiple concussions will end up with long lasting effects from their history of jolts to the brain, a new study suggests....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Novartis buys Takeda's dry eye drug for $3.4 billion Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG said on Wednesday it agreed to acquire Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd's dry eye drug Xiidra for $3.4 billion, as well as potential milestone payments of up to $1.9 billion, to expand its portfolio of eye care medicines....
02:26, 05/09/2019

Generic HIV prevention drug coming in 2020, Gilead says Following a campaign by activists, Gilead announced a generic version of Truvada, or PrEP, will be available next September, a year earlier than expected, NBC News reports....
22:52, 05/08/2019

DR Congo: Ebola claims over 1,000 lives, Guterres commits ‘whole’ UN system, to help ‘end the outbreak’ Now in its tenth month, the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has claimed more than a thousand lives, prompting Secretary-General António Guterres to throw the support of “the whole United Nations system” into stemming the ...
22:52, 05/08/2019

Public Support for Psychedelic Drug Research Is Growing. But Denver’s Election Results Suggest It’s Not There Yet Psychedelic drugs like psilocybin, the psychoactive chemical in “magic mushrooms,” are inching closer to mainstream medical and research use — but election results out of Denver suggest Americans aren’t quite ready to embrace ...
22:39, 05/08/2019

What are the benefits of pickles? Pickles are vegetables that people put in jars with brine. Fermented pickles can have a variety of health benefits, as they encourage the growth of good bacteria in the gut. Learn more....
22:13, 05/08/2019

What to know about silicon dioxide Silicon dioxide is a food additive. It is generally safe and occurs in many leafy greens and other vegetables. Inhaling fine particles may cause adverse effects. Learn more here....
22:13, 05/08/2019

5 People Who Can Help You Love Your Body Learning to love your body — whatever shape or size you may be — is easier said than done, but these people are out to teach all of us that there’s no time like the present to fall in love with who you see in the mirror....
21:39, 05/08/2019

Matter: In This Doctor’s Office, a Physical Exam Like No Other Genetic and molecular analysis of 109 volunteers turned up hidden health problems in about half of them. Critics say the approach amounted to ‘carpet-bombing’ the body....
21:39, 05/08/2019

Physical fitness reduces risk of lung and bowel cancers A big study links higher fitness to lower risk of lung and colorectal cancer and higher fitness before diagnosis to better odds of surviving the diseases....
20:39, 05/08/2019

Texas lawmaker accuses doctor of backing vaccine 'mandates' to boost profits A Texas lawmaker and a pro-vaccine doctor got into a Twitter spat on Tuesday when the Republican representative accused the pediatrician of peddling “sorcery” and accused those defending science of being "typical leftist(s) trying to take credit for ...
20:00, 05/08/2019

Tyson to install metal-detecting X-ray machines after chicken recall Tyson Foods Inc. says it will install metal detecting devices to ensure product safety following a recall of nearly 12 million pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips over consumer complaints of contamination....
20:00, 05/08/2019

Mom suing Etsy, teething necklace maker over son's 2016 daycare strangulation death  A California mother who spent a year and a half fighting in court on behalf of her son who was found unresponsive at his daycare and later died has filed a separate lawsuit against online retailer Etsy, and the Lithuanian makers of a teething neckla...
20:00, 05/08/2019

Oysters from Mexico region linked to gastrointestinal illness outbreak, California officials say Oyster lovers, beware: Raw oysters harvested from Estero El Cardon in Baja California Sur, Mexico, have been linked to a gastrointestinal illness outbreak in California....
20:00, 05/08/2019

California to Outlaw Widely Used Toxic Pesticide Deemed Harmful to Kids (LOS ANGELES) — The nation’s most productive agricultural state will ban a widely used toxic pesticide blamed for harming brain development in babies, California officials said Wednesday. The move would outlaw chlorpyrifos after scientist...
19:52, 05/08/2019

The 3 Most Effective Exercise Moves That Don’t Require Equipment If you have access to a gym, there’s nothing wrong with using exercise machines. But it’s also a good idea to sometimes forgo equipment and use the weight of your own body to work out. Here’s why: While machines tend to isolate spec...
19:52, 05/08/2019

Study: Obamacare patients have more trouble getting mental health care About 12 percent of people who signed up for insurance through the Affordable Care Act's exchange had trouble getting an appointment with a mental health care provider, a new study shows....
17:26, 05/08/2019

Indian Cooking Hacks: How To Give Your Curry A Deeper, Darker Colour Before you take a taste of the curry, what entices and enraptures you about a curried dish is the look and colour of the gravy. Here's a simple trick to help you achieve a darker coloured curry....
17:26, 05/08/2019

Low-Carb Diets May Lead To Irregular Heartbeat, Increased Risk Of Stroke A new study has warned that cutting out carbs from your diet can result in heart rhythm disorders such as atrial fibrillation or (AFib), which is an indicator of serious heart complications....
17:26, 05/08/2019

Thousands of people in Finland to receive genetic health predictions A large genetic trial in Finland will soon tell 3,400 volunteers their personal risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and a type of blood clot...
16:26, 05/08/2019

Binge-Drinking Of Alcohol Expected To Rise In Coming Years: Global Study The study indicated that binge-drinking of alcohol around the world has been on a steady uptick since 1990s and will increase further till 2030 when an average person is estimated to consume 7.6......
13:39, 05/08/2019

7 Best Italian Chicken Recipes | Easy Italian Chicken Recipes Italian Chicken Recipes: Find here the best of Italian Chicken recipes. From barley risotto, lasagne, pizza to spaghetti carbonara, we've got it all along with key ingredients and a step by step......
13:39, 05/08/2019

Diabetes Diet: Here's How Diabetics Can Eat Mangoes  It is definitely not a wise idea for diabetics to 'load up' on mangoes, but if you cannot resist the urge to dig into the seasonal staple, here are some tips you should keep in mind:...
13:39, 05/08/2019

What causes black mucus? Black mucus or phlegm is usually a sign of an underlying condition, smoking, or exposure to pollutants. It may clear up on its own, but it sometimes requires treatment. Here, find out what causes black mucus and how to treat it....
12:00, 05/08/2019

How do cancer-causing bacteria take over our stomachs? H. pylori live in the stomachs of around 50% of all humans. Despite their prevalence, little is known about how they can survive inside us for a lifetime....
12:00, 05/08/2019

What are the best fermented foods? Fermented foods, including kombucha, miso, tempeh, and sauerkraut, offer a variety of health benefits. Learn about these fermented foods and others in this article....
07:39, 05/08/2019

How to tell if a sore throat is from an allergy or a cold Allergies can cause cold-like symptoms, so it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether a sore throat is due to an allergy or a common cold or the flu. Learn how to tell the difference here. We also cover treatment and prevention....
07:39, 05/08/2019

Possible causes of facial pain Common causes of facial pain include headaches and injuries. However, facial pain can also result from dental problems, infections, and nerve disorders. People who experience severe, recurring, or persistent facial pain should see a doctor. Learn mor...
07:39, 05/08/2019

What to know about excessive burping Excessive burping can occur as a result of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), consuming certain foods, or aerophagia or supragastric belching. The treatment options will depend on the cause. Learn more here....
07:39, 05/08/2019

Arsenic exposure linked to heart thickening (Reuters Health) - Drinking water that is contaminated with even moderate levels of arsenic may lead to harmful thickening of the heart's main chamber walls, a new U.S. study suggests....
07:00, 05/08/2019

Heart failure deaths rising in U.S., especially among younger adults (Reuters Health) - More U.S. adults are dying from heart failure today than a decade ago, and the sharpest rise in mortality is happening among middle-aged and younger adults, a new study suggests....
07:00, 05/08/2019

Ramadan 2019: Enjoy The Iftar Feast With These Delicious Treats Ramadan, the much-awaited 30-day summer festival of the Islam religion has already begun. The event falls on every ninth month of the Islamic calendar....
07:00, 05/08/2019

5 Best Mughlai Recipes | Easy Mughlai Recipes Mughlai recipes: Find here the best of Mughlai recipes right from Rogan josh, nihari gosht to mughlai paratha and more along with key ingredients and the step by step recipe of all....
02:00, 05/08/2019

Drinking Excessive Diet Soda May Increase Risk Of Diabetes: Preliminary Study A new study has suggested that drinking as many as five cans of diet soda or about one and a half litres of diet drinks with artrificial sweeteners in them daily may result in diabetes....
02:00, 05/08/2019

Video: This Oats Dosa Recipe Is Diabetic-Friendly And Extremely Delicious Oats can be consumed in the form of oatmeal for breakfast, or can be added to a number of dishes, to make them diabetic-friendly. Check out this easy oat dosa recipe!...
02:00, 05/08/2019

Report says Coke's academic research funding comes with a hitch. It can kill studies it doesn't like It said Coke retained the right to "quash studies" or "pressure researchers" in at least five agreements with academic institutions from 2015 to 2016....
01:52, 05/08/2019

Natural ways to lower cholesterol High cholesterol levels can increase a person’s risk of heart disease. Natural ways to lower cholesterol include replacing trans fats and saturated fats with monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, eating more soluble fiber, and exercising regularl...
23:39, 05/07/2019

What is dermatophagia? Dermatophagia causes a person to compulsively bite, chew, gnaw, or eat their skin. The condition most often affects the skin around the fingers. Learn more about this behavior here....
23:39, 05/07/2019

Is it safe to drink alcohol while taking prednisone? Whether a person can drink alcohol while taking prednisone depends on a range of factors, including the length of the treatment, the dosage, and how much alcohol they drink. Learn more here....
23:39, 05/07/2019

Many Marijuana Users Turn to the Drug for a Surprising Reason: Workout Fuel Most Americans don’t get anywhere near enough exercise — for all kinds of reasons. Some researchers have wondered whether a rise in the use of marijuana is one of them. “The stereotype is the kid on the couch eating Doritos, not bei...
23:39, 05/07/2019

Are Sleeping Pills Safe? Here’s What Research Says According to the latest numbers, roughly 9 million Americans — 4% of U.S. adults — use prescription sleep aids, or medications that can help with insomnia and other sleep issues. And now, some of the most popular prescription sleep drugs ...
23:39, 05/07/2019

How a Memphis heart surgeon is saving babies and changing perceptions of America – Taliban included When he isn’t smoking cigars and laying low in his native of Memphis, Tennessee, pediatric cardiac surgeon Dr. William Novick is battling bombs and bureaucracy in some of the most dangerous frontlines of the world. And now he is at the forefront in p...
23:26, 05/07/2019

US pregnancy deaths up, most preventable: CDC More U.S. women are dying from pregnancy-related causes, and more than half of those deaths are preventable, government health officials said in a report Tuesday....
23:26, 05/07/2019

WHO experts recommend ramping up Ebola vaccine after Congo cases surge World Health Organization experts recommended on Tuesday a dramatic expansion of vaccination against Ebola in Congo after a surge in cases showed that the strategy of vaccinating those known to be exposed to the disease was no longer sufficient....
22:39, 05/07/2019

Denver residents vote on whether to decriminalize 'magic mushrooms' As Denver voters went to the polls on Tuesday for a mayoral election, they were also asked to decide whether to decriminalize possession of psilocybin, the hallucinogenic drug in what is widely known as "magic mushrooms."...
22:39, 05/07/2019

Siblings with rare genetic disorder receive new kidneys on same day from same donor A pair of Texas siblings born with a rare genetic disorder got the call they needed recently when they found out a deceased donor could provide them both with life-changing kidneys....
20:26, 05/07/2019

Are strangers' mental health 'recovery narratives' helpful? Are other people's stories of strife and recovery helpful for mental health healing processes? The answer is 'mostly yes,' though there are some dangers....
20:26, 05/07/2019

Alzheimer's: How light therapy could protect the brain A study uncovers the neuron and immune cell changes that explain why light therapy can reduce toxic brain proteins in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease....
20:26, 05/07/2019

Canadian man hit Seattle's tourist hot spots while infected with measles, health officials say Health officials in Seattle are warning about a Canadian traveler who passed through popular tourist spots in late April while infected with measles....
19:52, 05/07/2019

77% of Americans say kids should get measles shot even if parents object: Reuters Poll Three out of four Americans believe children should be vaccinated against measles even if their parents object, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found, showing little sympathy for the anti-vaccination movement that U.S. officials blame for the ongoing outbreak....
19:13, 05/07/2019

Denver to vote on decriminalizing 'magic mushrooms' Denver voters will decide on Tuesday whether to decriminalize possession of psilocybin, a hallucinogenic drug that puts the magic in "magic mushrooms," in a vote that would make the Colorado capital the first U.S. city to stop such prosecutions....
19:13, 05/07/2019

WHO issues warning as measles infects 34,000 in Europe this year More than 34,000 people across Europe caught measles in the first two months of 2019, with the vast majority of cases in Ukraine, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday as it urged authorities to ensure vulnerable people get vaccinated....
19:13, 05/07/2019

WHO advisers recommend changes in Ebola vaccine strategy The World Health Organization's strategic advisory group (SAGE) of vaccine experts have recommended speeding up vaccinations to tackle the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo, the WHO said on Tuesday....
19:13, 05/07/2019

Pregnancy-related deaths, mostly preventable, occur up to a year after birth: CDC Some 700 women in the United States die from pregnancy-related complications each year, up to a year after giving birth, and the deaths are usually preventable, according to a study released by U.S. health officials on Tuesday....
19:13, 05/07/2019

Georgia governor signs heartbeat abortion ban, joining a U.S. movement Georgia became the fourth U.S. state this year to outlaw abortion after a doctor can detect a fetal heartbeat, when its Republican governor on Tuesday signed a bill that an abortion-rights group vowed to challenge immediately....
19:13, 05/07/2019

Teen critically injured while playing 'choking game' donates organs, mom says The family of an Indiana teen who was critically injured while allegedly attempting a “choking challenge” he saw online said that he donated his organs on Monday afternoon....
17:00, 05/07/2019

Chemicals from sunscreen get into your blood: Here's what that means When people slather on sunscreen, chemicals in the products are absorbed into the bloodstream, and the health effects are still unknown, a new government study reports....
17:00, 05/07/2019

Mom says reaction to cheap teeth-whitening kit left her with swollen, blistered lips A working mom-of-two was left looking like she had “botched lip fillers” after suffering an allergic reaction to a bargain $80 teeth whitening treatment she had done at home....
17:00, 05/07/2019

'Unsophisticated' investors overreact to Dem calls for 'Medicare for All' — ex-Aetna CEO Health-care stocks are underperforming the market because of investor alarm over political "slogans" from Democrats, says former Aetna CEO Ronald Williams....
16:00, 05/07/2019

Cancer treatments: Patients need to know heart risks Specialists warn that many people undergoing cancer treatment receive neither appropriate information about heart risks nor sufficient monitoring for them....
15:26, 05/07/2019

PAUL, The Popular French-Cafe Chain, Debuts In India The fist thing that you notice about Paul is its location. As you enter Ambience Mall (Gurgaon), you cannot but notice the large French-bistro style cafe. It instantly piques your interest....
13:26, 05/07/2019

Pics: Priyanka Chopra's Royal Met Gala Lunch With Nick Jonas, Diana Chopra Priyanka Chopra Jonas lives it up with champagne and caviar for lunch at Met Gala 2019. Her four-legged daughter Diana Chopra also made an appearance!...
10:00, 05/07/2019

Parents vape around kids, even kids with asthma (Reuters Health) - American adults are more likely to use e-cigarettes when they have children at home, especially when kids have asthma, a U.S. study suggests....
02:26, 05/07/2019

High levels of sunscreen ingredients end up in the bloodstream: study The active ingredients of commonly-used sunscreens end up in the bloodstream at much higher levels than current U.S. guidelines from health regulators and warrant further safety studies, according to a small study conducted by U.S. Food and Drug Admi...
02:26, 05/07/2019

GW Pharma's epilepsy drug meets main goal in late-stage trial GW Pharmaceuticals Plc said on Monday its drug Epidiolex was successful in treating seizures in patients with a rare form of childhood epilepsy called tuberous sclerosis complex during a late-stage trial....
02:26, 05/07/2019

U.S. government website for comparing doctors lacks data on most MDs (Reuters Health) - Physician Compare, a U.S. website created to help patients find high-quality doctors, is missing so much information on individual providers that it may not be helpful, a new study suggests....
02:26, 05/07/2019

FDA grants Jacobus Pharma approval for rare disease drug Jacobus Pharmaceutical Co Inc on Monday won U.S. approval for the first drug to treat children with Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome, a rare autoimmune disorder....
02:26, 05/07/2019

California infant diagnosed with incredibly rare, incurable genetic disorder The parents of a nearly 8-month-old California boy are searching high and low for answers after he became one of an estimated 50 people to ever be diagnosed with a genetic disorder that currently has no treatment or cure....
01:39, 05/07/2019

Sunscreen Ingredients Are Absorbed Into Your Blood. Here’s What That Could Mean Doctors and public health officials have long recommended that people use sunscreen to protect against the sun’s ultraviolet rays. But how safe are the sunscreens that so many people now use regularly? For many years, the Food and Drug Administ...
21:26, 05/06/2019

Heart Problems Are Killing More Americans—Even Younger Ones. Here’s How to Reduce Your Risk The heart health of younger Americans may be declining, even after years of medical progress. Heart disease is, and has for years been, the leading cause of death among American men and women. But for decades, medical and therapeutic advances were en...
21:26, 05/06/2019

Trans teens face higher sexual assault risk when schools restrict bathrooms (Reuters Health) - Transgender adolescents may be less likely to be sexually assaulted when they can use school bathrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identity rather than their sex assigned at birth, a U.S. survey suggests....
20:52, 05/06/2019

Baby girl born with 2 formed teeth shocks mom, doctors A first-time mom was shocked to discover that her newborn entered the world with two fully formed teeth, which she only discovered after she went to feed her for the first time....
18:52, 05/06/2019

Meghan Markle gives birth: Will baby have Prince Harry's red hair? We know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed a 7 pound, 3-ounce baby boy on Monday morning, but what we don't yet know is whether the son of one of the world's most famous redheads shares his dad's "ginger" locks. ...
18:52, 05/06/2019

A Boat Crushed His Face. Then Plastic Surgeons Hit Him With $167,000 in Medical Costs Bob Ensor didn’t see the boom swinging violently toward him as he cleaned a sailboat in dry dock on a spring day two years ago. But he heard the crack as it hit him in the face. He was transported by ambulance to an in-network hospital near his...
18:13, 05/06/2019

Two more swine fever outbreaks detected in South Africa Two more outbreaks of African swine fever were detected in South Africa in April, its agriculture ministry said, following a spate of the disease in the country's North West province earlier that month....
17:26, 05/06/2019

How plants from Mauritius could help fight cancer Research into the medicinal herbs of Mauritius shows that we may still have much to learn about the anticancer properties of many of the island plants....
17:26, 05/06/2019

Pfizer gets U.S. approval for $225,000 a year heart drug The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved Pfizer Inc's oral drug, tafamidis, to treat a rare and fatal heart disease called transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy, the U.S drugmaker said....
17:00, 05/06/2019

Amid U.S. measles outbreak, who needs an additional dose of the vaccine? The United States is in the midst of its largest measles outbreak in 25 years, with the disease mainly hitting people who have failed to receive the recommended two doses of the live measles vaccine....
17:00, 05/06/2019

Egg Nutrition: All You Need To Know About Calories, Carbs, Protein And Fat In Egg Fats in egg are all present in the yolk. Healthy monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats, including omega -3 fats are also a part of the fat profile. These are associated with positive health......
14:39, 05/06/2019

7 Best Indian Starters Recipes | Easy Indian Starters Recipes Indian Starters Recipes: Find here a list of our best Indian Starters Recipes that you can now easily prepare at home. Complete with key ingredients and a step by step process, you can prepare dahi......
14:39, 05/06/2019

Watch: How To Make Street-Style Lemon Masala Soda Or Banta At Home A such drink that a lot of people can swear has saved them from getting a heat stroke in the delicious lemon drinkbanta. Here's how you can make street-style banta at home!...
14:39, 05/06/2019

Ketogenic Diet Offers Solution To Obesity Problem In Armed Forces: Study The American study comes against the backdrop of an ever-growing interest in the claimed benefits and impacts of the diet that promises to make your lose weight fast and also curb hunger pangs....
14:39, 05/06/2019

The Checkup: Doctors, Is It O.K. if We Talk About Why Finger-Wagging Isn’t Working? Nobody likes to be lectured. An alternative approach, motivational interviewing, emphasizes respect for the patient’s autonomy, and works better with overweight kids....
13:39, 05/06/2019

Medical miracles: Child burn victims in Syria brought to US for last shot at life One moment, then 15-year-old Hamama was playing in the mountains with her farm animals in her poor family’s remote property in the Homs countryside. In the next moment all of her family, much of her memory, and almost her entire face was gone. But th...
12:39, 05/06/2019

This Summer Veggie May Do Wonders For Your Gut, Digestion And Weight Loss Cucumber is a treasure trove of bio-available minerals, electrolytes and vitamins such as vitamin K, vitamin C, magnesium, phosphorus, riboflavin, B-6, folate, pantothenic acid, iron, calcium and zinc...
21:26, 05/05/2019