Health

Drinking beetroot juice daily could help people with heart condition: Report

According to a new study, drinking beetroot juice daily could help people with heart condition.

Singapore's dengue outbreak worsens with climate change

Singapore's dengue outbreak is worsening with the rising temperatures in the country.

British researchers develop gel that can repair damage after heart attack

Researchers have been successful in generating heart tissues in a biodegradable gel that could lead to new cardiovascular treatments.

Cancer in all patients vanishes for the first time during US drug trial

A small-scale trial of a drug for cancer treatment has shown 100% success in removing the tumours and preventing recurrence in patients. According to experts, this is the first in the history of medical science.

Are children at risk of contracting monkeypox? Experts decode

With more than 700 confirmed cases of monkeypox globally, there are rising concerns over the risk the virus poses to children. Experts decode how vulnerable children are to monkeypox.

How fast are monkeypox cases multiplying | Infographics

The first recognised case of monkeypox outside Nigeria was on May 6, 2022. Exactly a month later, on June 7, the number of cases multiplied to over 700. Is the next pandemic here?

150% rise in cases of diabetes in India: ICMR releases new guidelines, measures

The Indian Council of Medical Research has released new guidelines to better treat type 1 diabetes, with India being home to the world’s second largest adult diabetes population.

How to stop monkeypox? WHO expert lists key measures

Monkeypox, which spreads through close contact and was first found in monkeys, has been detected in around 30 countries where it is not endemic, with over 780 confirmed cases.

How climate change poses serious risk to mental health?

The WHO has echoed the findings by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published in February, which stated that fast-rising climate change poses a growing hazard to mental health.

Breast cancer drug could help fight tumours: Research

The drug is Enhertu, an antibody-chemotherapy combo given by IV. It finds and blocks the HER2 protein on cancer cells, while also unloading a powerful cancer-killing chemical inside those cells.

Being tall could lead to more skin infections, less heart disease

Scientists have long struggled to pinpoint if height is responsible for enhancing or lowering health conditions in people, and now they have an answer.

Pages