Study finds COVID patients on antidepressants are less likely to die
Washington [US], November 16 (ANI): A new study of health records from 87 health care centres across the United States found that people taking a class of antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) were less likely to die of COVID-19.
New knowledge about naturally acquired immunity may improve malaria vaccines
Copenhagen [Denmark], November 15 (ANI): Scientists all over the globe are working to understand malaria parasite infections to fight them.
Microbiome discovery may aid treatments for gastrointestinal diseases: Study
Ottawa [Canada], November 15 (ANI): Researchers probing the gut have for the first time discovered specific factors in its workings that in the future may help improve treatment for patients facing the gastrointestinal disease.
Study finds link between exercise and mental health
Oakland (California) [US], November 14 (ANI): A recent research has found that people who exercised more during the initial lockdown period of the COVID-19 pandemic experienced less anxiety and depression than those who didn't exercise.
Study finds target for potential cancer drugs may, worsen disease
Washington [US], November 14 (ANI): A recent study found a previously unrealized complexity in cancer development, one that raises concerns and caution about targeting Shp2 in oncological treatments.
Women's reproductive health disrupted by COVID-19 pandemic: Study
Edinburgh [Scotland], November 14 (ANI): Women's reproductive health has been disrupted as a result of the psychological burden of the COVID-19 pandemic, and affected women need additional medical and psychological support, according to recent research presented at the Society for Endocrinology annual conference in Edinburgh.
Discrimination increases risk for mental health issues in young adults: Study
Washington [US], November 13 (ANI): Young adults who have experienced discrimination have a higher risk for both short and long-term behavioral and mental health problems, a recent UCLA study has found.
Study suggests sleep disorders linked to more severe outcomes from COVID-19
Washington [US], November 12 (ANI): A new research has shown a 31 per cent increased risk for hospitalisation and mortality in patients with sleep-disordered breathing and sleep-related hypoxia.
Unstable housing, homelessness associated with COVID-19 re-infection: Study
Washington [US], November 12 (ANI): New study results demonstrate that unstable housing and homelessness are associated with a two-fold greater chance of being re-infected with SARS-CoV-2 compared to those who are securely housed.
Surprising findings on how salt affects blood flow in brain
Washington [US], November 12 (ANI): A first-of-its-kind study led by researchers at Georgia State reveals surprising new information about the relationship between neuron activity and blood flow deep in the brain, as well as how the brain is affected by salt consumption.
Immune system early responder can combat COVID-19: Study
Washington [US], November 11 (ANI): A simple RNA molecule jumpstarts the immune system's 'first responders' to viral infection and can even eradicate the SARS-CoV-2 virus in mice with chronic cases of COVID-19, a new Yale School of Medicine study found.
Plant-based gummy candy helps vegans, vegetarians get their vitamins
Washington [US], November 11 (ANI): Worldwide, millions of people follow vegan and vegetarian diets for religious, ethical, environmental, or economic reasons. While these diets have purported health benefits, they can also lack essential nutrients, such as vitamins B12 and D3, if not well-planned or supplemented correctly.
Target for potential cancer drugs may, worsen disease: Study
Washington [US], November 10 (ANI): A recent study led by an international team of researchers reveals a previously unrealized complexity in cancer development, one that raises concerns and caution about targeting Shp2 in oncological treatments.
Study finds cancer drug also lowers blood glucose
Washington [US], November 9 (ANI): Dasatinib, a drug that often is used to treat certain types of leukemia, may have antidiabetic effects comparable to medications used to treat diabetes, and with more research may become a novel therapy for diabetic patients, according to new research by researchers at Mayo Clinic and the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine.
COVID-19 pandemic associated with disruptions to women's reproductive health: Study Low blood pressure linked to increased death risk following stroke Respiratory disorders among obese can be detected early by cardiopulmonary exercise testing Scientists discover commonly found parasite could treat certain types of cancer Increased temperatures contribute to more cases of kidney disease Sequencing respiratory viruses provides new insight on coinfections Physical therapy reduces risk of chronic opioid use for knee replacement patients: Study Study finds potatoes not linked to elevated heart health risk factors among adolescent girls Researchers show how air pollution reduces sperm count Danone India forays into health drink category for children with launch of AptaGrow Research approves antibiotics for appendicitis Study finds long COVID can negatively impact physical, cognitive function, employment, quality of life Glenmark Pharmaceuticals launches fixed-drug combination for management of type 2 diabetes Long-term survivors of childhood cancer may face higher suicide risk: Study Study finds key protein linked to appetite, obesity Study suggests infant obesity risks can be mitigated through good night's sleep Increase in dairy intake lowers risk of fractures among older care home residents: Study Benefits of eating nuts for breast cancer survivors Maternal cholesterol during pregnancy linked with heart attack severity in adult offspring, finds study Patients below 40 should avoid knee replacement surgeries, say experts Study finds large doses of intensive therapy is better for children with cerebral palsy Patients below 40 should avoid knee replacement surgeries, say experts Study finds living near oil, gas wells increases air pollution exposure Brief counselling by doctor can produce useful reductions in drinking: Study Study shows five hours of physical activity per week may prevent some cancers Low-calorie diet that mimics fasting in the body helps live longer, healthier life: Study Changes in menstrual cycle length before menopause may predict risk of heart disease Research links personality traits with hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease Optimal blood pressure helps our brains age slower: Study Research: Intermittent fasting works for weight loss, health changes
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