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HIV can spread to brain in four months: Study
HIV can spread to brain in four months: Study
The findings stress the importance of routine HIV testing to catch the infection as early as possible to allow the prompt initiation antiretroviral therapy.
Ebola more deadly for young children: Study
Ebola more deadly for young children: Study
As of March 2015, nearly 4,000 children under 16 have been affected by Ebola in the current epidemic, around a fifth of all confirmed and probable cases, according to the WHO.
Indian doctors successful in tackling  tuberculosis
Indian doctors successful in tackling tuberculosis
Weighing just 35 kg (77 lbs), shunned by his relatives and friends and in extreme pain due to the side effects of a cocktail of medicines, 40-year-old Pal spent weeks in bed.
New rice cooking method can help tackle obesity
New rice cooking method can help tackle obesity
Scientists from Sri Lanka have found that adding a teaspoon of coconut oil while cooking and refrigerating it for 12 hours after it is cooked more than halves the number of calories absorbed by the body.
Managing stress uplifts mood in breast cancer patients
Managing stress uplifts mood in breast cancer patients
Published online in the journal Cancer, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society, the findings suggest that benefits of stress management techniques during breast cancer treatment have long-term effects.
Roll over Ebola: Measles is the deadly new threat
Roll over Ebola: Measles is the deadly new threat
Liberia and its neighbours Guinea and Sierra Leone are ripe for an outbreak that could infect hundreds of thousands, dwarfing the carnage wrought by Ebola.
First blood test for chronic joint disease in the offing
First blood test for chronic joint disease in the offing
Osteoarthritis causes pain, swelling and reduced motion in your joints. It can occur in any joint, but usually it affects your hands, knees, hips or spine.
Breakthrough in genetic cancer treatment
Breakthrough in genetic cancer treatment
Currently, the lack of treatments meant surgical removal was often used as a preventive measure in people identified as carrying the mutated gene that causes the cancers.
High-energy breakfast good for diabetics
High-energy breakfast good for diabetics
A new Tel Aviv University study published in Diabetologia proposes a new way to suppress deadly glucose surges throughout the day — eating a high-caloric breakfast and a more modest dinner.
A pinch of baking soda may help people see better?
A pinch of baking soda may help people see better?
A pinch of baking soda can help people see better by modifying the visual signal generated by photoreceptors in the eye that detect light, say researchers.
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