New mechanism that helps fight inflammatory diseases identified

Washington, Sept 14(ANI): Scientists have identified a new mechanism that may help fight inflammatory diseases.
It has been discovered for the first time that the platelets which are the cells needed for blood clotting, help white blood cells called neutrophils in fighting inflammation.

The finding was done by Ralph Kettritz, Professor of Medicine at the Medical Faculty of the Charite and investigator at the Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, Germany, and colleagues.

Eva Longoria hates locking lips with co-stars

Washington: Ever since Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria got married to basketball player Tony Parkeron, she has started hating kissing her co-stars.

The actress asserted that she was never comfortable locking lips with anyone other than boyfriends and husbands, and the feeling has only gotten worse after she and Parker wed.

Divorcing Pamela was the best thing I ever did: Kid Rock

Washington: Kid Rock doesn’t regret divorcing Pamela Anderson after realising that he didn’t love her.
While appearing on a U.S. radio show in order to come clean about his fight with Pam’s ex-husband, Tommy Lee, he also commented on his divorce.

"The best thing I ever did," Contactmusic quoted him, as telling.

"I went through what I went through, and there's no doubt it wasn't love - we went through all these things, but then coming out of it pretty much unscathed,” he said.

Elizabeth Taylor finds new love at 75!

Washington, Sept 14: Hollywood’s veteran actress, Elizabeth Taylor, 75, has a new man in her life - the one who introduced her to Hawaii.

Taylor ended all the speculations about her relationship with African-American businessman Jason Winters by admitting to New York gossip columnist Liz Smith that the reports were indeed true.

"Jason Winters is one of the most wonderful men I've ever known and that's why I love him,” Contactmusic quoted her, as telling

Zebrafish may give insight into human mitochondrial diseases

Washington, Sep 14 (ANI): Researchers have discovered a new application for tropical and popular aquarium fish, Zebrafish – it can now be used to study COX deficiencies in humans.

Researchers at the University of Oregon claim that their finding has opened an unparalleled pathway to examine the earliest stages of mitochondrial impairments that lead to potentially fatal metabolic disorders.

French maritime pine bark extract may help reduce ADHD in children

Washington, Sep 13: A new study has revealed that a pine bark extract reduces Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children.