Americans Not Following Three Square Meals; Eating All Day: Study

September 26, 2015 10:48 am2 comments
Americans Not Following Three Square Meals; Eating All Day: Study

A new mobile app tracked the eating and drinking habit of 150 Americans and found people have forgotten three square meals and have opted to eat all the day long, even more than 15 hours a day. Details of the study are published in the September 24 issue of Cell […]

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3 Deaths, 140 More Sickened From Cucumber Salmonella Outbreak

September 24, 2015 3:50 am4 comments
3 Deaths, 140 More Sickened From Cucumber Salmonella Outbreak

Infections and deaths from Salmonella infections have continued to rise in the US. In past one week 140 more cases have been registered, mounting the total to 558 since the beginning of the outbreak. Meanwhile, three deaths have been reported too by US health agency in Arizona, California and Texas. […]

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Turing Accepts Price Roll Back Of Daraprim After Anger Backlash

September 23, 2015 4:31 pm1 comment
Turing Accepts Price Roll Back Of Daraprim After Anger Backlash

The price of parasite drug Daraprim was raised by 4,000 percent in August this year after Turing Pharmaceuticals acquired the exclusive right of selling it. Now, after huge public backlash, the CEO Martin Shkreli has announced of roll back to make the drug more affordable. Currently it is being sold […]

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Arthritis Drug Effective In Treating Alzheimer’s Disease Too: Study

September 22, 2015 1:45 pm12 comments
Arthritis Drug Effective In Treating Alzheimer’s Disease Too: Study

One of the oldest drugs, Salsalate, is found to be effective in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease too apart from being prescribed for Arthritis. In a new experiment conducted on mice in laboratory researchers in the US found the drug prevented building up of toxic proteins in the brain and […]

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1 In 3 UK Babies Born In 2015 To Develop Dementia In Life: Study

September 21, 2015 5:05 am1 comment
1 In 3 UK Babies Born In 2015 To Develop Dementia In Life: Study

British researchers have come up with a study that says 1/3rd of babies born in 2015 to develop dementia in their life, either sooner or later. They also say there is a need for new treatments to it to tackle the condition. The early symptoms of dementia are finding difficulty […]

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Study Finds Mediterranean Diet Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

September 14, 2015 7:52 am1 comment
Study Finds Mediterranean Diet Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

Researchers have wrapped up a recent study on Mediterranean diet saying it helps in decreasing the risk of breast cancer among women if extra olive oil is added. Mediterranean diet is helpful in many other ways. In 2013 one another study found it protects against heart disease and earlier this […]

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