In a research, it is found that diet soft drinks are not a healthy alternative to sugar sweetened drinks.Scientists believe diet soft drinks are rich in artificial sweetener aspartame which may help raiseblood glucose and a high level of which leads to diabetes. Hazuda, a professor and chief of theDivision of Clinical Epidemiology in the Read more
Little time ago a research has published which stated that lean men and women in general cases are at low risk of metabolic condition than an overweight men and women. With the sequence to the fact an international team of scientists has already identified the gene IRS1. So, with the help of that they additionally Read more
According to the statistical data provided by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, America, approximately half of the total population of the country has trouble sleeping. When asked from the people about their sleeping hours most of them reported that they are not able to have a sleep less than 6 to 7 hours Read more
The University of Cincinnati has made a study recently which has shown that binge drinking among the young adults and adolescents can even cause for serious damage to a brain that is still under development. The entire research team was carried out by researchers Tim McQueeny, who is a doctoral student in the UC Department Read more
Genetic variants of lupus found Researchers from the Slone Epidemiology Center of Boston University have found that African American women run a higher risk of contracting lupus. This disease is a deadly health issue that strikes thousands of women all over the world. It is characterized by the cells of the body turning against each Read more
With an encouraging note for the immunization program in the UK, statistics are showing a handsomely good amount of children aged two years (about 90%) have received their vaccination for measles. Although this figure is the highest in 13 years still, this might not be enough as to reduce the spread of the disease the Read more
The people with type 2 diabetics are at a great risk of facing another heart attack or stroke just after recovering from a first stroke or from an ischemic attack (TIA). But one way it can be reduced little bit just by lowering the cholesterol level. Before that many research has been made by many Read more
The incurable ,degenrative and terminal disease Alzheimer’s finds hope in coffee consumption.Caffeine an antioxidant present in coffee(the chemsitry behind its antioxidant effects appears in ACS’journal of Physical Chemistry B.) was considered to protect against Alzheimer’s but now the role of other ingredients along with caffeine is studied and the findings of this research would be Read more
The details about the complex neurotransmitters flow mechanism between brain cells(neurons) has been uncovered in two studies conducted NY Weill Cornell Medical college.The complex Neurotransmission Machinery now is better understood and the reason behind the flow of brain signals has been uncovered.
The researchers of the University of Buffalo has already made a new study which stated that each of the person with type 1 diabetics might be able to improve their HbA1c test scores significantly just by taking the drug liragutide with their treatment regimen.
The two US based pharmaceutical companies Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer are thrilled with the news that their experimental anti-coagulant drug Eliquis has passed a late stage trial (third phase) successfully. Both the firms have ecstatically announced success at the third phase of the trial (ARISTOTLE) of the drug. The trial was conducted for patients suffering Read more
Regular Smokers in specifically the men may get some benefit from seeking PSA testing sometimes in the upcoming days. In reference to the fact a new kind of study has done in San Francisco at the Harvard School Of Public Health And The University Of California, which stated that smoking of the cigarettes might be Read more