Gene therapy effective for treating wet age-related macular degeneration: Study

Washington D.C [USA], Oct 14 (ANI): Recently developed gene therapy seems to be a promising alternative for treating one of the most common causes of blindness, wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD), claims a study.

Exercising beneficial for brain health among obese individuals

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 13 (ANI): Exercise does not only ensure our physical and emotional well-being but also plays an important role in better functioning of the obese people's brains, says a study.

Obesity associated with increased risk of cancer
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 12 (ANI): Putting on excessive weight or becoming obese before 40 increases the risk of people getting diagnosed with cancer.
Rotavirus infection may turn on type 1 diabetes: Study

Washington D.C [USA], Oct 11 (ANI): Rotavirus infection that causes severe dehydration in the patient may have hands in the development of type 1 diabetes, claim researchers.

Caregivers of children with eczema suffer mild anxiety, depression
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 11 (ANI): Mild anxiety and depression have been found in parents or caregivers surrounding children with atopic dermatitis, the most common form of eczema.
Prevalence of diabetic retinopathy in India is 16.9%: Survey

New Delhi [India], Oct 10 (ANI): The Union Health Ministry's first National Diabetes and Diabetic Retinopathy Survey (2015-19) has revealed that the prevalence of Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is 16.9 per cent while the prevalence of sight-threatening DR is 3.6 per cent.

Being bullied by siblings, friends increases suicidal thoughts
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 10 (ANI): While depression in itself might cause people to cause self-harm or think of suicide, these thoughts become more prominent in adults in the early twenties who had been bullied at their home or school by friends or even siblings for that matter.
Stressed pregnancy might hinder infants' brain development
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 10 (ANI): While stress is at no time considered healthy, maternal stress during or even before pregnancy can affect the infant's brain development, found a new study.
World Mental Health Day: Here's how social media risks your mental health
New Delhi [India], Oct 10 (ANI): While trauma, breakup and bereavement can send anyone into a downward spiral of depression, nowadays social media is also posing an increased risk for mental illness, contributing to depression, anxiety, or other internalising problems.
Income drop can take a toll on brain
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 8 (ANI): A drop in your salary does not only affect your pocket and budget but can trouble the mind too.
Exercise is must for cancer patient's heart: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 7 (ANI): Cancer patients, irrespective of their treatment type, must receive a custom exercise prescription to protect their heart, states a study.

Aspirin might decrease harm caused by air pollution
Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 7 (ANI): In a new study, it has been found that aspirin might be capable of reducing the adverse effects of air pollution.
Workers and ventilation system pollute office space: Study

Washington DC [USA], Oct 6 (ANI): In a study to identify types of indoor air contaminants, researchers found that people and ventilation systems greatly impact the chemistry of indoor air at workplaces.

Aspiring parents should avoid alcohol six months before conception: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 3 (ANI): If you're planning to have a baby, researchers recommend quitting alcohol six months before conception.

Mild deafness in children leads to changes in how brain processes sound Statins' dosage can increase or decrease osteoporosis risk Women with asthma have lower levels of testosterone: Study Weight loss can help in remission of Type 2 diabetes Sleeping pills can rid insomniacs of suicidal thoughts Here's what can reduce risk of future heart attacks Dearth of clinical ways to detect liver diseases: study Ageing gets in the way of cancer, finds research How your work conditions affect your well being Green tea can terminate antibiotic-resistant bacteria: Research Study highlights need for hospitals to prevent valve infection Ageing hinders development of cancer, finds study Researchers discover new blood test which can detect multiple types of cancer Mild depression in mothers affect child's emotional well-being Veterans dealing with specific mental health disorders prone to heart attack, stroke Self-silencing linked to heightened risk of stroke, cardiovascular diseases Depression and drinking common among partners of military personnel Fat mass index linked to high risk of cardiovascular diseases in diabetic people Drug for Alzheimer's may also treat Chagas disease Study claims that bowel cancer screening reduces deaths Researchers discover world's first blood incubator Researchers discover vaccine to treat herpes AIIMS docs 'bomb traffic highway' in brain of 4-yr-old from Yemen with rare epilepsy E-cigarettes might worsen asthma: Study Study finds protein that slows down fracture-healing Doctors in US grapple with vaping illness, warn of 'irreversible damage' to lungs Here's how smoking during pregnancy can affect daughter's fertility! Study says anaemia may contribute to the spread of dengue Lack of sleep affects fat metabolism: Study Researchers introduce 'phyjamas' to monitor your health as you sleep
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