Washington, Oct 20 - A new study has revealed that women are more likely to develop anxiety and depression after a heart attack (myocardial infarction; MI) than men.
Galveston (US) - A cruise ship carrying a Dallas health care worker who was being monitored for Ebola returned to port Sunday after an eventful seven-day trip in which passengers had their vacations briefly disrupted with an infectious disease scare.
Washington, Oct 18 - Director-producer Ridley Scott and producer Lynda Obst will be developing TV series for Fox on the deadly pathogen, Ebola virus, which will be based on Richard Preston's 1994 non- fiction best-seller 'The Hot Zone.'
Washington - The first nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected man at a Dallas hospital has been sitting up and eating and has her iPad after being moved to a specialized isolation unit near Washington, officials said on Friday.
Washington, Oct 17 : A new research has revealed that a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, resveratrol, helps in boosting spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome.
Washington, Oct 17 - A new study has revealed that male brains are wired in such a way that they suppress the ability to locate food in order to instead focus on finding a mate.
New Delhi - The Centre will provide training to health officials of all states on ways and means to detect and prevent Ebola epidemic, which so far has claimed more than 4,000 lives globally, mostly in Africa.
The decision has been taken at a high-level meeting chaired by Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth, Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami, besides others.
Washington, Oct 16 : A new study has revealed that consuming sufficient amount polyunsaturated oil is a healthier option people to keep their heart stay healthy.
Washington, Oct 15 : A new study has revealed that just two hours of extra physical activity each week can improve school performance.
Approximately 2,000 twelve-year-olds were part of the study was done by scientists at the Sahlgrenska Academy.
Washington, Oct 15 - A new study has found that stress may be more harmful for women's heart than it is for men's.
Researcher from Duke University, Wei Jiang, who's also the study's senior author, said that normally when under stress, people fought back by pumping more blood to the body, and as per the data, women were not reacting that way as well as men were.