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One in 3 COVID-19 patients put on ventilator experience ‘extensive’ PTSD symptoms: Study

London: Around 1 in 3 (35 per cent) of Covid-19 patients put on a ventilator experience 'extensive symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)' after...

‘ML technique could aid mental health diagnoses’, according to a study conducted by University of Birmingham

London: Researchers have developed a new Machine Learning (ML) technique to more accurately identify patients with a mix of psychotic and depressive symptoms. While patients...

New study reveals grape consumption may protect skin against UV damage

Washington: A recent human study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology found that the consumption of grapes protected against ultraviolet...

Adding vitamin C in diet can help cure bleeding gums, finds study

Washington: A new study explores added advantages of Vitamin C consumption and advocates that adding it to our daily diet could work wonders in...

Breast cancer overtakes lung as most common cancer, says WHO

Geneva: Breast cancer has overtaken lung cancer as the most common form of the disease, the World Health Organisation said on Tuesday (February 2). "For...

Researchers test new combination therapy for head and neck cancer

Washington: Researchers at the University of Cincinnati have tested a new combination therapy in animal models to see if they could find a way...

Teens with depression, anxiety may benefit from peer confidants at school

Washington: Three-quarters of parents in a new national poll think peers better understand teen challenges including depression and anxiety, compared to teachers or counsellors...

Blood pressure medications safe for COVID-19 patients, finds study

Philadelphia: An international team of researchers have found that medications to treat high blood pressure do not affect outcomes among patients hospitalized with COVID-19....

Frequent travellers are happier than people who don’t travel at all, study finds

Washington: If you wish to be happier in life, go travelling. As per the findings of a new study published in the journal of...

Air pollution causing over 3 lakh pregnancy losses in India, says Lancet Health report

New Delhi: Pregnant women in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, who are exposed to poor air quality, may be at higher risk of stillbirths and miscarriages, according...

2021: The Year of the Vaccine and Novel Cybersecurity Hazards

Undoubtedly, COVID-19 was the dominant theme of 2020. As news of the pandemic made the headlines throughout the tumultuous year, novel norms such as...

Pneumosil: India’s first fully indigenous pneumococcal vaccine launched

New Delhi: Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan inaugurated India’s first pneumococcal conjugate vaccine, “Pneumosil”, which has been developed by the Serum Institute of...

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Potential therapy to prevent, treat endometrial cancer recurrence

New York: Researchers have found that endocrine-targeted therapies and an assessment of biomarkers in sex hormone and insulin signalling pathways may be useful in...

Positive encouragement may up academic outcomes in school kids

New York: Offering students more positive encouragement not only reduces disruptive classroom behaviour, but can improve students' academic and social outcomes, say researchers. The findings,...

Being lonely ups risk of Internet addiction: Study

London: Loneliness has become increasingly prevalent among adolescents, who spend longer and longer periods of time online, says a new study. "In the coronavirus period,...

Consumption of too much coffee can take a toll on your heart health, finds study

Adelaide: Consumption of too much coffee can take a toll on your heart health, suggested the findings of a new study. The researchers from...