PCOS in pregnant women may increase autism risk in newborn babies

07-08-2018   |   683 View(s)

PCOS in pregnant women may increase the risk of autism in newborn babies. PCOS is a hormonal disorder that results in delayed onset of puberty, excess bodily hair, and irregular menstrual cycles. Women with PCOS may have prolonged or infrequent menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the leading causes of infertility in women. The exact cause of PCOS is not yet known. But every wom. Read more...

Shocking: An Indian-Origin Scientist has found the solution to end ageing

06-08-2018   |   313 View(s)

Noone likes to deals with wrinkles, hair fall, grey hair, and droopy eyelids. But as we age, it is almost inevitable to prevent these problems, because they arise out of a natural ageing process. But thanks to our scientists who have found solutions to end ageing. Kaya kalpa is one of the ancient Indian concepts of rejuvenation and is being scientifically validated in the lab of a US scientist of Indian origin. The scientist has found a way to re. Read more...

Sonali Bendre is Stable: Goldie Behl posts an update on Twitter

04-08-2018   |   833 View(s)

Sonali Bendre's husband Goldie Behl took to Twitter on Thursday to post an update about his wife's health. Sonali Bendre is a veteran Bollywood actor and is diagnosed with 'metastatic cancer.' She is currently undergoing medical treatment in New York. The famous Sarafarosh actor is fighting cancer like a true warrior, and recently she took to Twitter to tell the world how her 12-year old son re. Read more...

During cataract surgery, doctors found 27 contact lenses in a woman’s eye

03-08-2018   |   432 View(s)

Recently, doctors in the United Kingdom found 27 contact lenses in a 67-year-old woman's eye while she was being prepared for cataract surgery.  The shocking case was recorded in the British Medical Journal by Rupal Morjaria, a specialist trainee ophthalmologist who was working with the patient. The contact lenses were bound together by mucus, seventeen of them were clumped together into a "hard mass" which was bluish in colour. As for the wo. Read more...

This World’s First Built-in Massager Backpack Will Solve all the Back Issues

01-08-2018   |   336 View(s)

Shocking: The World's First Built-in Massager Backpack is here which will make you say goodbye to back pain. But is it really needed? Of course, it is. Tell me, how many of you complain of back pain after travelling? I know many of you do. I remember massaging my back and shoulders with a pain relief ointment to get relief from back pain which I used to get because of carrying my heavy backpack to college. Even now, when I am working, and co. Read more...

India accounts for 60% of neck and head cancer cases, numbers to double by 2030

30-07-2018   |   409 View(s)

India alone contributes to 60 per cent of neck and head cancer cases and the number is expected to double by 2030, according to health experts. Global contribution of neck and head cancer patients is nearly 57.5 % in India. Tobacco is one of the leading cause behind the cases of neck and head cancers. A clinical study was presented at the annual conference of Americal Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO) and it was concluded that a molecule . Read more...

These Eye Drops made with Turmeric Extracts can Treat Glaucoma

26-07-2018   |   384 View(s)

Turmeric is known for its medicinal properties and is used to treat a host of diseases. Good news is that now a derivative of turmeric is used in eye drops that can help treat the early stages of glaucoma. Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions, which if left untreated can lead to irreversible blindness. A recent study has found that glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness. Thankfully, turmeric extracts can treat glaucoma and now scient. Read more...

This new online calculator will help predict heart disease risk early

25-07-2018   |   335 View(s)

A new online calculator has been created by scientists which they say could help people predict the risk of heart disease, and also estimate their heart age. This health calculator, described in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, accounts for socio-demographic factors such as a sense of belonging and education, ethnicity, and health status and lifestyle behaviours. This is a great discovery which will help predict heart disease risk at an . Read more...