A prototype vaccine for Ebola may be “up to 100 per cent effective” in protecting against the deadly virus, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. If all goes well, the vaccine could become available in 2018 under a ...Read More »
Are you in the habit of popping up pain killers even for a headache? Beware, a study has found that women who use pain killers for six years or more may be at an increased risk of loss of hearing ...Read More »
Anxiety Health anxiety: What is it? How does it increase your risk for heart disease? Know the causes of this disorder!
Anxiety is a known risk factor for heart disease. Anxiety is a feeling of unease such as – worry or fear and can be mild or severe. We all know that fear and anxiety are normal part of life. But ...Read More »
Does diabetes affect men and women differently? The answer according to study, led by Alex O. Aregbesola from University of Eastern Finland, claims so.Men accumulate more iron than women making them prone to Type 2 diabetes, researchers said. Two-fifth of ...Read More »
‘World Disability Day’ or the ‘International Day of People with Disability’ is celebrated every year on December 3 with the aim to encourage a better understanding of people affected by a disability and also to raise awareness about it. Most ...Read More »