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Tamarind seed protein has potential to cure Chikungunya: IIT-R study

New Delhi, Nov 14: Two professors at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee claimed to have discovered a protein in tamarind seeds that has anti-viral properties and can potentially be used to develop medication for chikungunya.

The research group at IIT Roorkee has filed a patent for an antiviral composition containing this tamarind antiviral protein and is now developing...

Weightlifting good for heart: Study

Washington D.C, Nov 14: You might want to add weightlifting to your daily workout session because according to the latest study, Lifting weights for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke by 40 to 70 per cent.

DC Lee, lead researchers of the study said, “People may think they need...

Study links insufficient sleep, unhealthy lifestyle in kids

Washington D.C, Nov 13: Parents, take note! Insufficient sleep in children is linked to poor diet, obesity and more screen time, according to a study.

The findings are published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.

Results show that insufficient sleep duration was associated with unhealthy dietary habits such as skipping breakfast (adjusted odds ratio 1.30), fast-food consumption...

World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2018 - Think Twice Seek Advice

Kolkata, Nov 11: World Antibiotic Awareness Week (November 12-18) aims to increase global awareness of antibiotic resistance (AMR) and to encourage best practices among the general public, health workers and policy makers to avoid the further emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance.

The misuse of antibiotic is putting us all at risk.

Since their discovery, antibiotics have served...

Regulate eating, sleeping time to boost metabolism

Washington D.C, Nov 9: Did you know! Your eating and sleeping pattern regulates the amount of calories you burn.

Researchers found that when at rest, people burn 10 percent more calories in the late afternoon and early evening than in the early morning hours.

The findings have been published in the journal Current Biology.

They reinforce the...

Ayurveda departments to be opened in new 19 AIIMS: Naik

New Delhi, Nov 5: Ayurveda departments will be opened in all the new 19 AIIMS and approval has been received from the Home Ministry to set up such departments in seven hospitals of the Border Security Force (BSF) and other paramilitary forces, Minister of State for AYUSH Shripad Yesso Naik announced on Monday.

He said work is already on...

Clinical trials on Ayurvedic medicine against dengue underway: Shripad Naik

New Delhi, Nov 4: Clinical trials on Ayurvedic medicine against dengue are in progress and it will be launched at the earliest possible time, Union Minister of State for AYUSH Shripad Naik said Sunday.

Rajesh Kotecha, secretary of AYUSH ministry, said the medicine is expected to be ready after multilevel trials in the next couple of years....

More than 90% of the world’s children breathe toxic air every day

Every day around 93 per cent of the world’s children under the age of 15 years (1.8 billion children) breathe air that is so polluted it puts their health and development at serious risk.

Tragically, many of them die. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that in 2016, 600,000 children died from acute lower respiratory infections caused by polluted...

Not enough fruits, vegetables to feed the planet: Study

Washington, Oct 29: Turns out, if everyone on the planet wanted to eat a healthy diet, there wouldn't be enough fruits and vegetables to meet the demand.

As a part of a recent study, researchers compared global agricultural production with nutritionists' consumption recommendations and found a drastic mismatch. The study is published in the journal PLOS ONE....

‘AI doctor’ could boost survival in sepsis patients

London, Oct 23: Scientists have created an artificial intelligence (AI) system that could help treat patients with sepsis by predicting the best treatment strategy. The system developed by researchers from Imperial College London in the UK analysed the records of about 100,000 hospital patients in intensive care units and every single doctor’s decisions affecting them. The findings, published in...