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In a rare case, researchers have found that a newborn baby contracted human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from his father after coming into contact with the fluid leaking from a lesion on his skin.
Published 28-Sep-2018 17:11 IST | Updated 17:13 IST
Scientists in Australia have finally solved a bizarre orange mystery, which prompted a lot of questions about changing colours.
Published 28-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
Millions of people, every year, have their vacationsand business trips ruined when they get 'traveller's diarrhoea' during travelling.
Published 27-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
According to a new study, diets high in carbohydrates reduce body weight and body fat and improve insulin function in overweight individuals.
Published 27-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
Sudden drop in glucose when you are hungry can have a negative impact on your mood, suggests new research.
Published 27-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
Wine and food pairing is not that difficult as it sounds. One just needs to keep in mind that the selection of wine must compliment the taste of food ordered, say experts.
Published 26-Sep-2018 17:42 IST
London: Environmentally-induced epigenetic changes, such as stress and adverse life experiences, to our genetic material -- known as deoxyribonucelic acid (DNA) -- may have a greater impact on our intelligence, a new study has found.
Published 26-Sep-2018 09:00 IST
Heart diseases have entwined our lives. Scientific research tells us that any mitigation of this problem would require corrective actions to be undertaken decades in advance.
Published 26-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
Exercise may delay cognitive decline in people with rare Alzheimer's disease (AD), suggests a study.
Published 26-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
Know someone sick? Your own smell might give it away.
Published 26-Sep-2018 00:15 IST
Want a long life? Playing golf regularly can boost longevity as well as reduce the risk factors for heart disease and stroke, a panel of international experts has claimed, while stressing on the need to make the sport more inclusive.
Published 25-Sep-2018 13:28 IST
A food with zero calories and the ultimate taste is something that we do not get quite often. But this unbelievable little spice comes with a pack of healthy benefits.
Published 24-Sep-2018 19:22 IST
London: Removing displays of tobacco products from shops may have reduced the proportion of children buying cigarettes by 17 per cent, claimed a new research.
Published 23-Sep-2018 14:26 IST
New Delhi: Breast milk sure has a lot of health benefits for babies. According to a new research, babies born before their due date show better brain development when fed breast milk rather than formula milk.
Published 23-Sep-2018 15:18 IST | Updated 15:19 IST
Turns out, mutations in the tumor suppressor gene SPOP contribute to cancer by disrupting a process called liquid-liquid phase separation. Liquid-liquid phase separation is seen often in nature and is the reason why oil and vinegar separate in salad dressing.
Published 22-Sep-2018 15:01 IST
Wanting to be a mother again or even for the first time at an age when generally women have hit menopause (after turning 50) has become a possibility, with better chances and more success rates.
Published 22-Sep-2018 14:51 IST
Ever felt nauseous before an important presentation, or foggy after a big meal? It is because your gut is directly connected to your brain and is not linked to the hormones, say researchers who found that messages from the gut travel to the brain in milliseconds.
Published 21-Sep-2018 16:40 IST
According to a new research, slightly adjusting the diet of healthy pregnant women could be beneficial for their babies. Women could enhance the development of their unborn child's eyesight and brain function by regularly eating fatty fish during pregnancy. The research supports previous findingsMore
Published 21-Sep-2018 09:45 IST
People who walk just 35 minutes a day or participate in light to moderate physical activity, such as swimming two to three hours a week, may have less severe strokes than people who are physically inactive.
Published 20-Sep-2018 13:29 IST
According to a new study, people sleeping for less than seven hours at a stretch have higher odds of being involved in car crashes. The risk is greatest for drivers who have slept fewer than four hours.
Published 19-Sep-2018 18:46 IST

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