Hospital rejects heart transplant for dying teen

A Georgia teenager who has less than six months to live has been denied a life saving heart transplant over history of non-compliance. Anthony Stokes only hope at survival is getting his name on the transplant list as he is suffering from an enlarged heart which is weak. “The non-compliance is fabricating, because they don’t...

UK study may prove to be a ‘turning point’ in Alzheimer’s cure

Scientists are working assiduously to find a cure for the debilitating Alzheimer’s disease that affects millions of people across the world. Some of these researchers move a step further in finding ‘just the right medicine’, while the effort of others turn out to be futile. The hunt continues nonetheless. Latest news emanating from UK suggests...

Banned diabetic drug poses bittersweet truth for diabetics

This is not very happy news for diabetics. It is indeed a bittersweet pill that they will have to depend on. As a ban on anti-diabetic drug pioglitazone has been imposed the rates of diabetes medicine will go through a hike. The drug ban A week ago the Central Government got into action and banned anti-diabetic...

6 Health benefits of dark chocolate

Dark chocolate is really good for your health. Yes, you read it right! Dark chocolate is not only a delicious treat it also brings a host of health benefits. It has been scientifically proven that cocoa, the bitter seeds from which chocolate is made, contains the highest concentration of antioxidants, which neutralize free radicals...

High-Altitude flying leads to brain lesions: Study

If the findings of a new study are anything to go by, high altitude flying, above 18,000 feet, leads to heightened chances of bruises in the brain. The study suggests that pilots of U.S. Air Force U-2 reconnaissance planes, who routinely fly at high altitudes, suffer from decompression sickness and the incidence of the disease...

Rising blood pressure levels? Don’t worry, follow natural path

Heard about hypertension? In common man’s words it''''s termed as the “silent killer” in the body. You will be surprised to know that almost one-third of the people suffer from hypertension but have no idea that they have it as there are no evident symptoms of this “quiet disease”. Years and years can flit...

Painful intercourse? Agonized by the act of sex, get informative

Do you know what draws partners close to each other? It''''''''s sex and love! A healthy sex life is the pillar of a great relationship between two people. But what if one is unable to enjoy the basic act of sex and is bogged down by excruciating pain during intercourse. It’s not an uncommon...

Women, are these the inexcusable “men should never-do mistakes”?

Are you taking a lot of nonsense from your partner or is he constantly messing up situations that are important to you? You need to really peer closely and see if your partner respects you and is truthful to you in every circumstance, only then will the relationship be “hunky dory”. Unknown to you, your...

A 14p per day pill to beat agony of arthritis!

In what could be termed as a huge breakthrough, scientists in UK may have found a cheap drug to beat the agony of arthritis, a debilitating condition that ails millions worldwide. The drug, Spironolactone that costs just 14p a day was initially developed more than 40 years ago for treating heart disease and high...

Why funny guys get the babes!

Some heartening news for guys who can crack up their women! Yes, its official, women find men with a sharp wit and winning sense of humor more attractive. Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine found that a woman’s brain exhibited more activity in the reward related area of the brain in response to...

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