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New class of cancer drugs developed

Washington: A way to stop cancer cell growth has been found by targeting a trait of cancer cell metabolism, says new study. "Cancer cells look for metabolic pathways to find....

Too much of male attention harms gorgeous females

Melbourne: Too much male sexual attention harms attractive females, according to a study on fruit flies. The study showed that male harassment of females hampered the species' ability to adapt....

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‘Sleep sex’ now prevalent in bedrooms: Study

London: Not just sleepwalking or talking, there are some people who are having "sleep sex" as they hit the sack, a British survey has revealed. The condition is called "sexomnia"....

Why June 30 will be a bit longer

Washington: Strictly speaking, a day lasts 86,400 seconds. On June 30, the day will officially be a bit longer than usual because an extra second or "leap" second will be....

Did you know that Yoga helps you fight obesity, diabetes, blood pressure & even cancer?

Nothing is as pleasant as a relaxed mind and as beautiful as a healthy body. From ages, yoga has always mesmerized everyone with its miraculous healing power. No ailment has....

This device tracks cancer growth

Toronto: A new device that can accurately track chemical signals within cells and find out how cancerous growth begins has been invented by biomedical engineers. "The device can identify new....

Five ways to reverse sun-damaged skin

New Delhi: Indulge in health diet, don't forget to apply sunscreen and try face repair masks to keep skin in the pink of health. Sangeeta Velaskar, vice president and Head,....

New class of anti-fungal drugs discovered

Washington: A new class of anti-fungals to treat people suffering from serious fungal infections has been found, new research says. Fungal infections are most commonly found in individuals with medical....

Is passive smoking your alternative to quit smoking? Here are 7 problems of it

Over a thousand million people are addicted to tobacco. The ratio of women and young generation in developing countries getting addicted to smoking tobacco is increasing at a greater rate....

Experimental drug shows promise to treat Alzheimer

New York: An experimental drug has been found to protect Alzheimer's-inflicted mice from memory deterioration, despite a high-glycemic-index (GI) diet meant to boost blood sugar levels. The experimental drug from....

World Music Day: 18 quotes that connect music to the soul

“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy”, Ludwig van Beethoven aptly described harmony in one line. There is an internal relationship between music and soul. When language....

New HIV vaccine candidate may generate immune response: Study

Washington: An experimental vaccine candidate may have the potential to stimulate the immune system to block HIV infection, according to new research. The findings may represent a leap forward in....

Now, breast milk sold online for athletes!

New York: With surge of online sales, breast milk has become a commodity -- and not just for infants, says an editorial published in the journal Breastfeeding Medicine. The practice....

Stressed, depressed women live shorter

Washington: Providing a new possible link between the mind and body, a study says women under chronic stress have significantly lower levels of klotho, a hormone that regulates aging and....

Knees hurting at young age? Watch your steps

New Delhi: Aspiring to be fit and healthy, Ranjitha, 35, decided to hit the gym hard every morning. Soon, running on treadmill became her passion. Little did she realise that....

Poor sleep may double heart attack risk

London: When it comes to health of your heart, a bad night's sleep could be as bad as smoking. Researchers have found that sleep disturbances may double the risk of....

E-cigarettes safer than normal cigarettes?

New Delhi: A simple search on the internet for electronic, or e-cigarettes, throws up a wide variety of choices of online shopping sites to buy them from. Often marketed as....

Cutting carbon emissions could escalate hunger: Study

New York: As several nations brace for implementing plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions, such efforts to rein in global temperatures may lead to more people going hungry, a new....

Can active video gaming replace outdoor play?

New York: Active video gaming can make children of five to eight years of age expend as much energy as unstructured outdoor play does, new research says. "Our study shows....

Why girls are outshining boys at school

London:A feeling of estrangement from school and a belief in traditional gender roles that men should lead women are two possible major causes behind the worldwide trend of boys falling....

Smartphone overuse bad for your hand

London: Frequent smartphone users are more likely to have an enlarged median nerve and have their hand function and pinch strength impaired, says a new study. However, the study, published....

Stealthily, smoke kills 1 in 8 Indians

New Delhi: Breathing doesn't come easy to Asgar Ali Siddique, 45, a Mumbai resident, especially if he walks fast or climbs stairs — all because at the age of 15,....

Daily aspirin could block growth of breast cancer

New York: A study led by an Indian-origin researcher has found a daily dose of aspirin is effective at blocking breast tumour growth in laboratory tests. Aspirin is used worldwide....

Simple smartphone device to catch skin cancer early

New York: As we know, any cancer can be tackled better if detected early. With skin cancer, the chance of survival can be 98 percent if detected early. Now, here....

Bold and Beautiful: This advertisement featuring lesbian couple for the first time in India goes viral

NEW DELHI: The advertisement industry in India has certainly explained the phrase ‘Bold and Beautiful’ in the best way possible. This commercia showing a lesbian couple for the first time....

Are you ‘Commitment Phobic’? Here are 8 reasons why you avoid commitment in a relationship

A relationship cannot remain as lively as it started forever. We have often come across relationships where we see that it started off excellently but did not last well. There....

Smile away stress for long-term health

New York: Adults who fail to maintain positive moods such as cheerfulness or calm when faced with the minor stressors of everyday life appear to have elevated levels of inflammation....

Social media helps young adults quit smoking

Ottawa: A research has found that young adults who use social media to quit smoking are twice as successful in their efforts as those who use a more traditional method.....

12 signs that show you are definitely a Delhi University (DU) pass-out

NEW DELHI: Delhi University (DU) has already opened its gate for admissions for 2015 and as the figures show, at least 21, 000 forms were sold on the very first....

Scrub away, moisturise for clean feet

New Delhi: The summer season can cause excessive sweating on your feet, and the mud can make them dirty. Ensure that you keep them clean and well-moisturised, just as you....