Myths and Facts associated with transmission of Hepatitis virus

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By IANSlife New Delhi-- Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver commonly caused by viral infection. In India, over 40 million people are chronically infected with...

Gains in cancer treatment through the eyes of a survivor

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By Brett Milano Harvard Correspondent/Harvard Gazette At a Harvard-sponsored panel Thursday at Boston City Hall Plaza, a group of top doctors and researchers discussed some remarkable...

Attendees, doctors deliver high praise for Health Expo

Photos by Rasik Mehta The first-ever Indian and South Asian Health Expo, organized by the Indian Medical Association of New England and INDIA New England...

UV light kills Covid-19 virus without harming people: Study

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Tokyo-- In a significant breakthrough, researchers have discovered that using Ultraviolet C (UVC) light with a wavelength of 222 nanometres (touted as safer to...

Drinking more water can reduce bladder infections in women

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New York-- Women who drink about an extra litre-and-a-half of water daily are nearly 50 per cent less likely to suffer from bladder infections,...

Doctors sceptical on survival of one of craniopagus twins

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New Delhi-- Odisha's craniopagus (joined at the head) infant twins were successfully separated at the AIIMS here in a 16-hour surgery but the 30-member...

Protective organ response yields clue for alcoholic liver disease treatment

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BOSTON--Drinking too much alcohol can damage the liver, but investigators have discovered a protective response in the organ that might be targeted to help...

Elderly treated by female doctors have better survival chances: Study

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BOSTON-- In a surprise finding, a team of Harvard University researchers including one of Indian origin has found that elderly patients treated by female...

Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine found 90% effective

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New York-- US-based pharmaceutical major Pfizer and German biotech firm BioNTech on Monday said that their vaccine candidate was found to be more than...

Poor relationship with family bad for your health: Study

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New York-- Having a strained relationship with parents, siblings or child may be more harmful to people's health than enduring rocky romantic partnerships, according...
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