Genetic cue for early hearing loss discovered! NQGVRCFEYA8W

In a new research study, it has been discovered that malfunction of commonly found inhibitor of an enzyme in our body causes genetic mutation which leads to hearing loss among humans by destroying proteins. This was first identified in the year 2010, however recently the study has come up with its own revelations....

Avoid hangover with this magical beer

Scientists from Australia have made a beer that according to them can curb dehydration and it may even suspend the end of the terrible hangover. Although beer has always been known to be consisting positive nutrients that come from its plant origins and fermentation process, the alcohol content makes it go out faster than water...

Rejitha a 19-year-old died of poison not food

The chemical analysis carried out of the viscera of medical student Rejitha Rajiv, who died as suspected because of food poisoning after having chicken biryani from a hotel in Kazhakootam on July 27 in Thiruvananthapuram. The research has uncovered the presence of ethion poison. This raises a doubt that the reason for the death...

6 Surprising reasons you are gaining weight

Hogging onto junk food, physical inactivity, slouching in front of the T.V. or computer, extended hours of work at your desk et al are capable enough to discommode you today or tomorrow. Balled over? Well, it wouldn't be delusive to say that all these habits can indeed intensify your weight problems. If you thought...

Prolonged and nagging cough? Check your signs of whooping cough

Has that nagging coughing bout been keeping you awake till the wee hours of the morning since ages? It’s time to know about the symptoms and signs of whooping cough and get a check-up done of the chronic cough, as the “just a cough” you may be experiencing can be serious enough to get...

Lower stroke risk for those who exercise at a ‘break sweat’ intensity

Daily workouts may reduce the risk for having a stroke. According to the findings of a new study, regular moderate to vigorous exercise, enough to break out a sweat, can cut the risk of stroke by 20 percent. The study, published July 18 in the American Stroke Association Journal Stroke, found that men who exercised...

Healthy snacking for weight loss! Get ready to gobble healthy snacks

Putting on those “unwanted calories” and “unwelcome cellulite”? It’s time to take things into your hands, resort to healthy snacking and lose some weight to shape up to a slim “you”. Don’t pressurize that waist line and taper down those hunger pangs. If you can’t do that then grab some healthy snacks. Berries, nuts and...

RIMS greets medical freshers with induction program

Good job students welcome to RIMS! Fresh pass outs of medical, dental and nursing streams were made to sit through an orientation cum induction program organized at the RIMS Administrative block. Induction program The induction program at RIMS involved about 49 MBBS or medical, 16 dental and 16 Nursing students to participate. This is just the...

Watermelon juice alleviates post-exercise soreness

It goes without saying that watermelon juice is refreshing thirst quencher, the perfect drink to beat the summer heat! Now, a new study claims the sweet and delicious juice may be the ideal drink for athletes. According to researchers, drinking watermelon juice can relieve muscle soreness after strenuous activities. Previous studies have established that watermelon...

Statins linked to decreased cancer odds

For decades, statins have been widely used to lower cholesterol levels in heart risk patients. But new findings suggest that the drug may offer benefits beyond its typical use. According to the findings of a new study, people who take statins are less likely to develop or die of cancer. The study For the purpose of the...

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