Tips For New Parents To Understand The Well Being Of Your Newborn

Parenting is a mysterious and tough task to conquer! It is obvious that along with happiness, your bundle of joy brings a lot of worry. Being a new parent, it is tough to know whether your newborn is ill or not. To cope up with your new role, you can ask for advice from...

Chimerix’s viral drug fails to show results

So what do you do wen you catch cold or get fever? You go to a doctor, right? But what if he or the prescribed drugs fail to show it's effects too? Something similar happened with Chimerix's viral drug, that promised a lot but delivered few. Chimerix Inc was noted saying that its experimental drug...

Diabetes Management and Treatment: Tips for stable blood sugar levels

Diabetes is a lifelong medical condition that makes people resistant to insulin, a hormone that allows blood glucose to enter the body’s cells where it is used as energy. Diabetics have too much glucose in the blood because the body cannot use it properly and they need extra insulin to allow their cells to...

Oral cancer linked to HPV infection higher in single men and smokers

As a per the findings of a new study, single men and smokers are more vulnerable to human papillomavirus(HPV)-related oral cancer. According to experts, the incidence of newly acquired oral HPV infections in healthy men is relatively rare but when present usually clears within one year. HPV is best known for causing cervical cancer, the...

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...

Stop before you pop the vitamin! Do you really need it?

Heart disease and cancer are the main reasons for death in Americans but surprisingly the vitamins that we pop in frequently do not help in prevention of these diseases, confirm the experts. Vitamin necessary? We follow this notion that popping the vitamins into our bodies may help us stay and live healthier but this is not...

Unlatching Type 1 Diabetes Enigma through Babies

Could babies be the pillar to cling to for the purpose of research on diabetes? The answer is perhaps ‘yes’ as some Australian researchers have already kicked start a study that would be poring over 1600 babies who have relatives with Type-1 diabetes. The disease is expected to throw light on both genetic and...

How healthy lifestyle spurs lifespan?

Probably we all know that a healthy lifestyle bestows good health. But how these good habits create wonders is mystery. But scientists claim they have evidence that can unfold the deep held mystery. In a new study, researchers have found that a healthy lifestyle prevent the disentanglement of chromosomes in our cells, leading to longer...

Boost your child’s communication skills by talking to them while mealtimes

A poll of 35,000 UK children suggests that children whose families sit and talk during meals are more confident. However more than one in every four tends to miss out on daily mealtime chats with their families, suggests the poll. Kids between eight to sixteen years of age, from 188 schools across the UK, completed the...

Smile surgery: A fad among South Koreans

We all know about the common cosmetic procedures like botox, dermal fillers, breast implants and liposuction for physical enhancement but sometimes patients demand much, much more. South Korea that can be credited with some crazy procedures like double-eyelid surgeries, dimple injections, calf reductions and even double-jaw surgery among others has paved the way for the...

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