Researchers have found out why weight loss and staying off food is so much more harder for women than it is for men.
Socially active people who were not easily stressed had a half the risk of developing dementia than people who were isolated and prone to distress.
A study casts doubt on the value of testing for a certain genetic trait linked to heart disease to predict one's chances of illness.
Facial injury patterns in victims of intimate partner violence are different than that of females with facial trauma from other causes.
The high rate of maternal mortality in India is not evenly spread with UP reporting the maximum number of deaths and Kerala the least.
The study led by Dr Hitesh Pandya documents the non-drug ingredients present in liquid medicines given to premature infants as part of their medical care.
Riding on horseback not only eases back pain,but also boosts the riders confidence and emotional well being,a new study says.
Almost 1% of world population carries a genetic mutation causing heart problems,while in India the mutation reaches a frequency of 4%.
A collaborative study has lent more force to the suggestion that water pollution is triggering male fertility problems.
A British biotechnology company is to launch a clinical trial to assess whether stem cell therapy can help patients left disabled by stroke.
An exercise expert has advised females trying to lose weight to ape males to build a muscular body that can help to shed weight more effectively.
Doctors operating on a babys tumour were shocked to find a fully developed foot in his brain.
A team of British doctors conducting experiments in the 'Death Zone' of Mt. Everest has recorded the lowest levels of blood oxygen in humans,far below those of critically ill patients.
Pregnant women who smoke risk delivering aggressive kids,according to a new Canada-Netherlands study.
It is believed that chemotherapy uses chemicals to kill all cancer cells but a new study says that some affected cells are capable to deceive the treatment.