Study uncovers link between inflammation and pancreatic cancer development
Washington [US], September 18 (ANI): A new discovery from researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has clarified the long-established connection between inflammation and pancreatic cancer development.
Study finds witnessing abuse of sibling can lead to mental health issues
New Hampshire [US], September 17 (ANI): A new study from the University of New Hampshire showed that children who witness the abuse of a brother or sister by a parent can be just as traumatised as those witnessing violence by a parent against another parent.
Older age, chronic co-morbidities linked to more severe COVID-19 infection in children: Study
Tennessee [US] September 17 (ANI): While risk factors for hospitalisation and poor outcomes are well documented in adults, less is known about the clinical factors associated with COVID-19 disease severity in children.
Elevated stress hormones linked to higher blood pressure risk
Washington [US], September 16 (ANI): In a study of more than 400 adults with normal blood pressure, those who had high levels of stress hormones detected in their urine were more likely to develop high blood pressure over the next 6-7 years.
Study reveals menstrual changes after COVID-19 vaccination plausible
London [UK], September 16 (ANI): Some women say their periods change after getting a COVID-19 vaccination. In a new study, Dr Victoria Male, a reproductive specialist at Imperial College London, has said that a link between menstrual changes after COVID-19 vaccination is plausible and should be investigated.
Study suggests better mental health support needed for pregnant individuals during COVID-19 pandemic

Toronto [Canada], September 15 (ANI): A team of researchers suggested that more mental health supports are needed for pregnant individuals after a survey found nearly three-quarters of individuals who had been pregnant during the pandemic reported moderate to high levels of distress, and one in five experienced depressive symptoms.

COVID-19 antibodies persist, reduce reinfection risk for up to six months: Study
Michigan [US], September 15 (ANI): A new study has found that most patients with mild COVID-19 infections produce antibodies that persist and protect them from reinfection for up to six months.
Study finds mothers' diabetes may lead to birth defects

Washington [US], September 14 (ANI): A study has found that maternal diabetes, even when controlled with insulin and blood sugar levels are kept mostly in check, can cause permanent damage to the fetus.

Study finds eye conditions linked to heightened risk of dementia
London [UK], September 14 (ANI): A new research has suggested age-related macular degeneration, cataract and diabetes-related eye disease are linked to an increased risk of dementia.
Only small percentage of people with alcohol use disorder are prescribed medicines
Solna [Sweden], September 13 (ANI): According to the findings of a recent study at Sweden's Karolinska Institutet, only a minority of Swedes with alcohol use disorders are prescribed alcohol medication, a situation that has remained largely unchanged in the country since the mid-2000.
Type 2 diabetes can be controlled through diet: Study
Kelowna [Canada], September 13 (ANI): During a recent study, a research team found that people with Type 2 diabetes can effectively control it through diet and pharmacists are well-positioned to supervise the transition.
Study finds why people with diabetes develop severe COVID-19
Washington [US], September 12 (ANI): A recent study by a team of international clinical researchers reveals the mechanism behind cytokine storm during coronavirus infection.
Peanuts potent in lowering cardiovascular disease risk: Study
Washington [US], September 11 (ANI): People who consume peanuts (on average 4-5 peanuts/day) have a lower risk of having a cardiovascular disease compared to those who did not eat peanuts, according to a recent study.
Limiting screen time after concussion shortens duration of symptoms
Washington [US], September 11 (ANI): A clinical trial of 125 young adults has shown that those who limited screen time for 48 hours immediately after suffering a concussion had a significantly shorter duration of symptoms than those who were permitted screen time.
Study reveals that immune cells cooperate to kill bacteria Increased serotonin prevents cocaine addiction, researchers find Impaired T cell function precedes loss of natural HIV control: Study Diet may affect risk and severity of COVID-19: Study Study suggests walking strategies for people with Parkinson's disease Study suggests walking strategies for people with Parkinson's disease Lung function seems to be unaffected post COVID-19 infection in young adults Pakistan reports 98 COVID-19 fatalities in last 24 hours Study explores why asthma worsens at night Metabolic changes in plasma, immune cells associated with COVID-19 severity: Study Pak media understates cases of violence against women: Report US report lifts a lid on PLA fighting status South Korea: Stock prices of LG Electronics, Innotek increases Study suggests young adults at highest risk of weight gain E-cigarettes with nicotine cause blood clotting, make small blood vessels less adaptable Predicting possible Alzheimer's with nearly 100 per cent accuracy: Study Turning cameras off during virtual meetings can reduce fatigue: Study Maternal voice reduces pain in premature babies: Study Study suggests combination therapy cuts risk of strokes, heart attacks in half Quality of life, mood can be improved by integrated treatment for depression, heart failure Study finds moderate-vigorous physical activity is most efficient at improving fitness Severe infections during pregnancy associated with complications around childbirth: Study Recovery period from normal concussion can last up to one month New study throws light on impact of isolation on mental health Study shows having MS plus depression may be tied to increased risk of death Human health at risk from long-term exposure to air pollution below current air quality standards: Study Older people with abdominal fat, weak muscles more likely to develop mobility problems: Study Study shows downside of not receiving second shot of COVID-19 vaccine Integrated treatment for depression, heart failure improves quality of life, mood: Study Genetic risk scores can aid accurate diagnosis of epilepsy: Study
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