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According to a new study the couples who got more sleep were more satisfied with their married life.
A new study has warned that the pollutants present in air may affect the mental health of kids. As per the WHO data, about 80% of outdoor air pollution-related premature deaths are contributed by heart disease and strokes, while 14% of deaths are caused by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or acute lower respiratory infections, and 6% of deaths were due to lung cancer.
A new study suggests that copper, the trace mineral is critical in metabolism of adipose cells.
A new study suggests that one of the main types of blood disease, Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) is not one but a combination of 11 distinct diseases. The detailed genetic analysis of patients revealed this fact and the study was published in New England Journal of Medicine.
A new study claims that nanoparticle engineered to carry chemotherapeutic drug is efficient in treating cancerous cells in the brain. These phospholipid carriers of size 10-9 are enabled to pass the blood-brain barrier and give a target based delivery.
Severe anxiety is characterized by extreme worry, uneasy, awkward and stressful situation. It gives a feeling of fear and avoidance of potentially stressful situations.
Scientists have discovered an enzyme that can fight Alzheimer’s and may work as an efficient cure. This enzyme works on the protein brain barriers.
It is estimated that every year about 6 million deaths are caused by tobacco consumption. This year World Health Organization has called for plain packaging to aware the public about adverse effects of smoking.
World Health Organization is calling on countries to “get ready for plain packaging of tobacco products” this World No Tobacco day.
The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends that adults who have smoked at least one pack for 30 years and are still smoking or have quit the habit within 15 years should undergo CT screening because they are still at high risk of lung cancer.