There has been a rise in the number of young men with hair loss. They are mainly from the IT sector.
High-intensity exercise may help ease symptoms of arthritis, a chronic disease that causes inflammation in the joints, says a new study.
Researchers have developed a new class of compounds that could prevent fat particles from getting absorbed in the body and thus potentially reduce weight gain.
Regular walking and running not only improve your heart but also enable you shed extra kilos around your waistline resulting in a healthy body mass index (BMI), researchers say.
Intestinal bacteria plays a key role in inducing anxiety and depression that can lead to early life stress, scientists from McMaster University in Canada have discovered.
A new drug found promising for treating blood cancer in its first human trial is now in phase II clinical trials, a new study says.
Children with cancer may benefit from a different kind of treatment - a healthy dose of adventure such as dog sledding, suggests new research
People with type 2 diabetes who skip breakfast and fast until noon may have blood sugar spikes throughout the day, a study suggests.
More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called "leaky" vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the first time.
Go slow while eating your food as people who eat slowly feel fuller and think they have eaten more than those who eat quickly, shows research.
Are you obsessed with detox food products that are supposedly free from chemicals? Well, there is no such thing as a "chemical free" food, shows a research.
A new study has revealed that the people, who get fiber from natural sources and manufactured sources, may benefit more than those who limit their intake to a single type.
Another useful component of kokum is Garcinol, which has been found to be neuro-protective, contributing to brain health and preventing Alzheimer’s.
Does your doctor often prescribe costly, big brand medicines? The decision may have to do with his training.
The world's first malaria vaccine got a green light on Friday from European drugs regulators who recommended it should be licensed for use in babies in Africa at risk of the mosquito-borne disease.
Two different classes of inexpensive generic drugs can each improve survival prospects for post-menopausal women with early breast cancer, researchers have reported in two studies.
A unique saturated fat found in fish and whole fat daily products can reverse diabetes, researchers have reported after discovering that dolphins suffering from prediabetes were cured when fed with a modified diet rich in the saturated fat.
From using a diet low in sugar and high in antioxidants to opting for light conditioner can help in getting rid of dandruff, says an expert.
People who are in their 50s and are "successful agers" - healthy, active, sociable and well off - are more at the risk of harmful drinking than their less successful peers, researchers have warned.
Leading a stressful life? Unfortunately, it shows on your skin and hair, says an expert.
Expert panel to meet tomorrow to decide on gelatin versus cellulose
Offering a new explanation for what drives cancer, recent research has shown that cells with cancerous mutations can suddenly find themselves most fit, allowing their population to expand when the tissue ecosystem changes due to ageing, smoking, or other stressors.
Scientists are working on a "universal" vaccine that could provide broad protection against numerous influenza strains, including those that could cause future pandemics.
Banning Indian doctors and medical students from wearing long-sleeved white coats could reduce the spread of infections in hospitals, says a new study.
Scientists have developed a new drug that shows hope for stopping deadly malaria in its track.
Adding to the concerns about the damaging impact of shift work on health, a new study has found that irregular sleeping patterns maybe linked to cancer.
Genes that control the biological clocks in cells throughout the body are altered after losing just a single night of sleep, scientists have found.
Parents who force their kids to finish everything served on their plates may be doing more harm than good.
Prolonged standing is associated with short-term adverse health issues, including reports of fatigue, leg cramps, and backaches, which can affect job performance and cause significant discomfort.
Olive oil is increasingly being used in urban Indian kitchens but myths about its types and usage still persist.
A biopsy from skin nodules revealed metastatic carcinoma, which was again found to be triple negative and androgen receptor positive.
Middle aged men should exercise to reverse age related bone loss, cut risk of decrease osteoporosis, finds a new study.
Sudden death caused by an irregular heartbeat (cardiac arrhythmia) can be triggered by changes in body temperature, scientists have warned.
A healthy nutritious diet including tomatoes, sweet potatoes and fish can boost sperm production and support healthy sperm count in men
Your smartphone may tell if you are depressed by tracking the number of minutes you spend using the device and your daily geographical locations.
Scientists have developed a portable, low-cost "paper machine" for point-of-care detection of infectious diseases, genetic conditions and cancer.