A new research of experts is talking about the severe effects of menopause on a woman's memory.
A team of experts has recently found that women, who suffer badly from hot flushes during their menopause, are at higher risks of experiencing more of memory problems. The above findings are published in the journal Menopause.
It seems that diagnose of breast cancer will become a little bit easier with the new invention of scientists.
Some days back, cinnamon was in news for Cinnamon Challenge that a number of people were taking up. Yet again, cinnamon has attracted attention, but this time for positive aspect.
The dazzling view of streaming ash plume from Pavlof Volcano on May 18 has been captured by the astronauts who are in abroad in International Space Station (ISS). The volcano's started erupting 10 days back in the chain of Aleutian Islands of Alaska.
Smartphones are going to come as a handy aid in near future for researchers and physicians in their field as they would be able to run on-the-spot tests for medical diagnostics, environmental toxins, food safety and many more.
As per recent news, the Arctic research station had to be evacuated urgently after the ice floe hosting it has started disintegrating. It was located at 81 degrees North and 135 degrees West on Wednesday morning.
A recent study has discovered the reason behind why some tigers have white coat with sepia or dark brown stripes instead of yellow coat with dark brown stripes. The study was published on Thursday in the Current Biology journal.
A new app is in making that can help you end the problem of snoring. A new phone and laptop app is in the process of development by Prof Kevin McGuigan, from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, which will record and analyze sounds while sleeping and predict that if the person is having that kind of snoring which is known as sleep apnea.
According to a study published in the journal Endocrinology & Metabolism, it has been revealed that regular intake of fish oil supplements is associated with decline in diabetes and heart disease risk.
June Alexander used to feel so guilty about eating when she was 11 years old that she would leave her school lunch untouched. She left her mother wondering why she was not like other girls.
More than a dozen people had to take medical help after consuming chips from the Chicken Treat store in Bunbury on Wednesday. The store was closed on Thursday due to investigation and will remain close on Friday as well.
As per reports, it has been revealed that Biggest Morning Tea event was organized at Bellas. As many as 45 people attended the event and enjoyed coffee and tea with scones laced with jam and cream.
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Reform Council has come up with its fourth report on the National Healthcare Agreement. As per it, a significant rise in the number of Australians getting obese has been witnessed.
Hywel Dda Health Board is encouraging people to share about talk on dementia at a Llanelli hospital. The coordinators will be holding a stand at the dining room of the Prince Philip Hospital from 10am to 4pm. The event is being organized in the spirit of the Dementia Awareness Week.
Swansea measles outbreak has raised a lot of concern. Public Health Wales has announced that more than 60,000 measles vaccinations have been provided, which is expected to bring a decline in the length as well as severity of the outbreak.
Sir David Nicholson, Head of NHS for the past six years, will step down from his post in 2014. The NHS, which has already been passing through quite a rough phase, has reached at a point where it needs to choose between current piecemeal reforms and more profound change.
Severe itching, including eczema, affects approximately six million Britons. A hope to find a cure for the same has arisen through a research carried out by U. S. government's health research division.
SAP, a German software company, has planned for hiring people with autism. The company will be recruiting people with autism for positions like data quality assurance specialists, software testers and programmers.
As per a study published in the Nature journal, it has been found that approximately 200 different types of fungi lives on human feet. Though fungi reside on every part of human body, its favorite place is feet.
According to a breakthrough revelation, children with married parents have reduced chances of getting obese. The research, which was carried out by a group of researchers from Rice University in Houston and the University of Houston, has performed comparative analysis.