Washington, July 21 : A new cell study has mapped one of the most important proteins in cell division that has a fundamental process in life and the development of cancer, which might also help fight against it.
Washington, July 21 - A recent study has proved that 60 percent of the risk for developing autism is caused by genetics and a major portion of that risk is caused by inherited variant genes that are common in the population and present in individuals without the disorder.
Washington, July 21 - Researchers have revealed that zinc is one of the most essential trace metals found in human nutrition and lifestyle and it affects the human body in many ways.
Washington, July 21 - A new study has revealed how starvation induces specific changes in so-called small RNAs and that these changes are inherited through at least three consecutive generations, apparently without any DNA involvement.
Washington, July 20 : A new study has revealed that single-celled parasite in cats' intestines may cure Cancer.
According to researchers, Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii), which affects about one-third of the world's population causes the body to produce natural killer cells and cytotoxic T cells, which wage war against cancer cells.
Washington, July 20 - Scientists have discovered two genetic programs that are responsible for taking blank-slate stem cells to turn them into both red and white cells that make up human blood.
Igor Slukvin, the lead researcher from University of Wisconsin-Madison explained that this was the first demonstration of the production of different kinds of cells from human pluripotent stem cells, using transcription factors.
Washington, July 19 - A new study has revealed that Omega-3 fish oil might help in reducing the risk of brain cell loss and eventual dementia in alcoholics.
Many human studies have earlier shown that long-term alcohol abuse causes brain damage and increases the risk of dementia; however, the new study found that fish oil compound protected brain cells exposed to high levels of alcohol, against inflammation and neuronal cell death.
Washington, July 18 : A new study has revealed that sleep problems that persist after divorce can be harmful to the health, as it increases blood pressure.
Washington, July 18 - A new study has found that eating lean beef can reduce risk factors for heart disease as it is the principal protein source in a Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) like diet, along with fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy.
Washington, July 18 - A new study has revealed that the overall death rate has been cut to half among the people with AIDS living in the world's rich countries and receiving care and antiretroviral therapy (ART), compared with a decade ago.
Washington, July 17 - A new study has revealed that inhalers that are used to give corticosteroid drugs to children with asthma may suppress their growth in the first year of treatment.
Washington, July 17 - A study has revealed the concept of development of the world's first T-cell peptide-based vaccine for heart disease the number one killer in the nation.
The goal of the vaccine was to reduce immune-based inflammation in the arteries, leading to decreased plaque buildup and it could target strokes, which are also a product of plaque buildup in arteries.
Washington, July 17 - A study has revealed a minimally invasive gene transplant procedure that changes unspecialized heart cells into "biological pacemaker" cells that keep the heart steadily beating.
Washington, July 16 : A recent study has proved that Parkinson's patients are more creatively effective than other healthy individuals.
Washington, July 15 : A new study has found that high-fat meals when taken post stressful events can result in weight gain in women, as it slows down their metabolism rate.
Washington: Babies' brains rehearse speech mechanics months before they utter their first words, a new study has found.
Infants can tell the difference between sounds of all languages until about 8 months of age when their brains start to focus only on the sounds they hear around them.
However, it's been unclear how this transition occurs.
Washington, July 15 - Cancer might be avoided as one grows older as it apparently decreases with age, according to the researchers.
Professor James P. Brody of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of California, Irvine, said that most cancers had a characteristic age at which they occurred and testicular cancers mostly occurred from age 25-40, bone sarcomas in the teens.
Washington, July 15 - Scientists have revealed that a new oral medication is showing significant progress in restoring vision to patients with Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA).
Washington, July 14 - A new inexpensive and portable nanotech microchip has been invented by the Stanford researchers that could help test type-1 diabetes in order to improve health care worldwide.
Washington, July 14 - New research has revealed that Alzheimer's key biomarker could be identified in the retina and lens of the eye, moreover, the ability to identify odors might indicate the development of cognitive impairment to Alzheimer's disease in its early ages.
Washington, July 12 : A new study has recently documented the advantages of organic food and crops over their conventional counterparts.
The findings suggested that organic foods and crops have 18 to 69 percent higher concentrations of antioxidant compounds and the levels of pesticide residues were usually 10-fold to 100-fold lower.
Washington, July 12 - Older age women should be prescribed more moderate to high intensity activity rather than medicine as a treatment which would eventually reduce the risk of death in them says QUT study.
QUT's Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation claimed that instead of the conventional mode of physical and mental health medication doctors should prescribe customized exercises.
Washington, July 12 - A new has found that the brain activity that goes on in a sex addicts' head, is very similar to that of a drug addicts.'
Washington, July 11 - Scientists have revealed how diabetes is cured in the majority of patients that undergo gastric bypass surgery and that it can be explained by specialised cells in the intestine that secrete a cocktail of powerful hormones when we eat.
The research team showed that gut hormone cells previously thought to contain just one hormone, had up to six hormones including the hunger hormone ghrelin.
Washington, July 11 - The first dengue vaccine candidate (CYD-TDV) has shown moderate protection (56 percent) against the disease in Asian children in phase 3 clinical testing, according to a new research.