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Scientists discover promising off-switch for inflammation Scientists discover promising off-switch for inflammation

Scientists have discovered a new metabolic process in the body that can switch off inflammation


Ensure rights of people with autism: UN chief Ensure rights of people with autism: UN chief

According to recent World Health Organisation (WHO) report, 15 percent people of the world population are victim of autism at some extent


Eggs can be dangerous to health Eggs can be dangerous to health

Egg shells are powdered and used for fortification of breads and confectioneries, fruit drinks, crackers, condiments


President asks physicians not to prescribe unnecessary tests President asks physicians not to prescribe unnecessary tests

President Hamid also calls upon the doctors and others concerned to consider the ability of people while providing treatment


Epilepsy drug exposure in womb linked to poorer school test: Study Epilepsy drug exposure in womb linked to poorer school test: Study

Several studies indicate that epilepsy drugs are associated with neurodevelopmental disorders


Childhood cancer patient is on rise Childhood cancer patient is on rise

Pediatric Oncologists says children usually affected with two types of cancer --leukemia (hematological malignancy) and solid tumor


Daily meditation may keep you attentive in old age Daily meditation may keep you attentive in old age

The research evaluates the benefits that people gained after three months of full-time meditation training


Young obese at higher risk of cancer says a study Young obese at higher risk of cancer says a study

Obesity causes changes in a person's DNA that can add up over time


Mother’s stress during pregnancy affects baby’s brain Mother’s stress during pregnancy affects baby’s brain

The study found that mothers reporting high stress had foetuses with a reduced efficiency in how their neural functional systems are organised


Around 40,000 people to be appointed at govt hospitals: Nasim "Govt to appoint 40,000 people at hospitals"

The present government has appointed around 8,000 doctors and 10,000 nurses in last few years to ensure healthcare facilities at the grassroots


Glyphosate levels linked to shortened pregnancy length: Research Glyphosate levels linked to shortened pregnancy length: Research

The researchers said that the public drinking water supply may not be the primary source of glyphosate exposure


Viagra turns 20: chronicle of a global success Viagra turns 20: chronicle of a global success

Here is a look back at how the world embraced the little blue pill that treats impotence


Weight-loss surgery may prevent kidney disease, failure: Study Weight-loss surgery may prevent kidney disease, failure: Study

Undergoing bariatric surgery may significantly lower the risk of developing severe chronic kidney disease and kidney failure


Knee pain can trigger depression among elderly people: Research Knee pain can trigger depression among elderly people: Research

Knee pain from osteoarthritis can make it harder to take care of yourself, which can damage your quality of life


Flu, pneumonia may raise heart attack and stroke risk Flu, pneumonia may raise heart attack and stroke risk

Vaccination could help protect against heart attacks and strokes after respiratory infection

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