Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison,US,have developed a two-step method to convert the cellulose in raw biomass into a promising biofuel.
Contrary to the common belief that swinging arms help drive the human gait,a new study has revealed that they contribute nothing to the way of walking.
Psychological relief to the patients and their expectations of a faster relief can supersede the rational reasons for the doctor while prescribing injections.
Hair restoration has come a long way since the Middle Ages when a rancid rhino fat and rosemary concoction was applied on bald pates by virgins!
Erode district is witnessing an alarming number of cancer cases due to drinking water contamination by various factory units into Kalaingarayan canal.
The immune system of smokers with chronic lung diseases can backfire,and actually worsen their condition,according to new research.
Researcher says that chocolate,wine and romance can turn out to be really good for your heart,if taken in moderation.
Multivitamin supplements are unable to prevent the risk of cancer or cardiovascular diseases in postmenopausal women,says a study.
Marijuana use may increase the risk of developing testicular cancer,in particular a more aggressive form of the disease,according to a study.
If you think that pregnant women suffer lapses in memory,think again,for a study has revealed that the 'baby brain' concept is nothing but a myth.
Marijuana use may increase the risk of developing testicular cancer,in particular a more aggressive form of the disease,according to a US study.
Scientists found they could repair some of the damage caused by Alzheimer's by treating patients with a naturally occurring protein in the body.
Even while health benefits of red wine remain debatable,a study claims to have discovered a process inside the human body which gives those fond of this drink a valid reason to say cheers!
A survey has shown that a majority of Indians disagree with the Govt's delaying of the implementation of pictorial warnings.
Cardiac disorder symptoms in women are fewer than in men,making early diagnosis difficult due to the peculiar manifestation of the symptoms.
Scientists have developed what they claim are tiny submarines which can be injected into a patient's blood to deliver cancer drugs straight to tumours.
The site for a second campus of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences will be finalised by the end of this week.
Alcohol advertisements on TV,magazines,and at concession stands at sporting events or concerts,may lead to underage drinking.
An increasing number of students are consuming energy drinks as they study throughout the night,unaware of the dangers of overdoing them.
Clueless as to why your teenager ignores home rules? British scientists say teen brains ability to adopt the viewpoint of others is still budding.
Routine use of costly X-ray,MRI and CT scans on patients with lower back pain may be unnecessary and,in the case of two of the tests,expose people to low-dose radiation.
Women suffering from menstrual complexities due to problems in the uterus and wanting to avoid surgery may get some relief with a new technology.
Higher education is not a security blanket against Alzheimer's disease,according to a new study contradicting previous research.
An Indian scientist has discovered a molecule which he claims can be a harbinger for a single drug therapy to treat tuberculosis.
Scientists claim to have uncovered how the influenza virus is able to take over human cells and use them as machinery to replicate itself.