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Diabetes drug ‘Actos’ not linked to bladder cancer risk July 27, 2015 13:53

Previous studies have suggested that the use of diabetic drug ‘Actos’ may increase the risk of bladder cancer. But the new study found no evidence for such an effect. The new research performed by the…

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Soybean oil can make people fat and diabetic, study finds July 24, 2015 13:28

The researchers from University of California at Riverside have revealed that soybean oil causes more obesity, diabetes, than fructose and coconut oil. The study was carried out in mice under the leadership of Assistant project…

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Missing night sleep can alter genes, study finds July 23, 2015 20:22

According to the research performed by Swedish team of scientists it was revealed that genes that control the biological clocks in cells throughout the body are altered after losing just a single night of sleep.…

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Mild drinking can cut disability in chronic pain patients July 22, 2015 17:20

Do you know the fact that alcohol consumption benefits chronic pain patients? It was revealed by the researchers from University of Aberdeen in Scotland. The study was carried out on 2, 239 with chronic widespread…

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Low cost ‘paper machine’ can diagnose cancer, study finds July 17, 2015 11:10

Cancer diagnosis is a costly process. But the scientists are now developing a portable low-cost paper machine for detection of cancer, infectious diseases and genetic conditions. By using materials that cost a less than two…

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Smart phone can detect your depression July 16, 2015 18:09

A new app was invented by the researchers from Northwestern University to detect your depression. For the study, the research team recruited 40 adult participants through a Craigslist posting. The Purple Robot, a sensor data…

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New app launched to help heart attack patients July 15, 2015 19:03

A new mobile application named ‘Day-By-Day’ is developed by the Vida Health and AstraZeneca that helps heart attack patients to recover soon. The researchers believed that this app helps the patients from the trauma which…

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Ultrasound can heal skin wounds faster, study finds July 14, 2015 18:14

Most of the diabetic patients suffer from skin ulcers and particularly from foot ulcers. These ulcers become painful and require amputation in many cases. But the scientists from Sheffield University have brought good news to…

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Coffee doesn’t trigger diabetes and obesity, says study July 11, 2015 14:41

According to a new research published in the International Journal of Epidemiology it was found that regularly drinking coffee doesn’t increase your chances of developing lifestyle diseases like type 2 diabetes and obesity.The study is…

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Consuming more fruits and vegetables can cut risk of heart disease July 10, 2015 15:07

The researchers from University of Copenhagen and Herlev and Gentofte Hospital in Denmark have found that high vitamin C concentrations in the blood from the intake of fruit and vegetables are associated with a reduced…

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Depression linked to memory loss, study finds July 08, 2015 16:23

According to a study performed by the University of Sydney researchers, it was revealed that Chronic and repeated episodes of depression can shrink the hippocampus, an area of the brain responsible for memory and emotion.…

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New app to detect eye diseases early July 07, 2015 16:22

A team from the Medical and Surgical Centre for Retina in Mexico have developed an application that can detect eye diseases like diabetic macular edema. It occurs when fluid and protein deposits collect on or…

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