Harmful Bacteria Can Survive In Cookies For Months: New Research
29 Dec
2015
Written by MD Saalim

Harmful Bacteria Can Survive In Cookies For Months: New Research »

Pathogens, like salmonella, can survive for at least six months in cookies and sandwich crackers, new research has found.

The recent study was Read more…

New Study Shows That Indian Women Are More Prone To Breast Cancer
12 Dec
2015
Written by MD Saalim

New Study Shows That Indian Women Are More Prone To Breast Cancer »

There has been a spike in cancer cases among women over recent years with breast cancer being of particular concern as it is Read more…

India Urgently Needs To Restructure Its Healthcare Sector: Study
11 Dec
2015
Written by MD Saalim

India Urgently Needs To Restructure Its Healthcare Sector: Study »

India’s healthcare delivery system needs a radical transformation if the country is to achieve the government’s vision of assuring health for all, according Read more…

Distracted Dining Increases The Risk Of Obesity In Kids: New Study
3 Dec
2015
Written by MD Saalim

Distracted Dining Increases The Risk Of Obesity In Kids: New Study »

Distracted dining may be as dangerous to your health as distracted driving is to your safety on the highway, reveals a new study. Read more…

Protect Yourself From Mosquito Bites, Virus May Infect Your Brain: Chikungunya
30 Nov
2015
Written by MD Saalim

Protect Yourself From Mosquito Bites, Virus May Infect Your Brain: Chikungunya »

Chikungunya, a mosquito-borne virus, can lead to severe brain infection and even death in infants and people over 65, a study says. The Read more…

IVF Becoming The Preferred Choice Of Treatment Among Childless Couples
28 Nov
2015
Written by MD Saalim

IVF Becoming The Preferred Choice Of Treatment Among Childless Couples »

In Vitro Fertilisation is fast becoming the preferred choice of treatment among childless couples in the country Arunima and Nitin (names changed to Read more…

Little Caffeine During Pregnancy Not Bad For Baby’s IQ: New Study
20 Nov
2015
Written by MD Saalim

Little Caffeine During Pregnancy Not Bad For Baby’s IQ: New Study »

Taking caffeine in moderate amounts during pregnancy does not cause any harm to child’s intelligence, says a study from Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Read more…

Breathing Polluted Air? It Can Give You A Heart Attack: Researchers
19 Nov
2015
Written by MD Saalim

Breathing Polluted Air? It Can Give You A Heart Attack: Researchers »

A team of researchers has explained what effect air pollution has on heart disease patients. Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Read more…