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  • Fentanyl Test Strips Are Effective In Preventing Drug Overdoses By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    FENTANYL TEST STRIPS ARE EFFECTIVE IN PREVENTING DRUG OVERDOSES

    Adults who overuse drugs find fentanyl test strips useful. These strips could be used at home conveniently and privately, according...

    Drugs
  • Swimming Microrobots can Deliver Drugs to Diseased Tissues By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    SWIMMING MICROROBOTS CAN DELIVER DRUGS TO DISEASED TISSUES

    Scientists have developed tiny elastic robots that can change shape depending on their surroundings and can swim through blood vessels.

    Drugs
  • Eye-catching Purple Rice is More Nutritious: Here's How By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    EYE-CATCHING PURPLE RICE IS MORE NUTRITIOUS: HERE'S HOW

    Purple rice is a whole grain packed with high levels of natural antioxidants is found to be highly nutritious, reveals a new study....

    Eye
  • How to Tackle Unhealthy Eating at Super Bowl Parties? By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    HOW TO TACKLE UNHEALTHY EATING AT SUPER BOWL PARTIES?

    Dietitians at UT Southwestern Medical Center provide tips on how to tackle hurtful eating at Super Bowl parties and opt for good, wholesome...

    Food
  • Toll Touches 48 as Five More Dead of Swine Flu in Rajasthan By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    TOLL TOUCHES 48 AS FIVE MORE DEAD OF SWINE FLU IN RAJASTHAN

    Five people in Rajasthan have reportedly died on Saturday due to swine flu, making the death toll to 48 in the first 19 days of 2019,...

    Flu
  • Playfully Teasing Your Partner can Make Lasting Relationship By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    PLAYFULLY TEASING YOUR PARTNER CAN MAKE LASTING RELATIONSHIP

    Couples who make fun at each other, indicating humor, are more likely to last in their relationship, finds a new study.

  • Molecules of GM Food can Accumulate in Human Digestive Tract and Enter Cells of Body: Study By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    MOLECULES OF GM FOOD CAN ACCUMULATE IN HUMAN DIGESTIVE TRACT AND ENTER CELLS OF BODY: STUDY

    Potential risks of genetically modified products have been examined.

    Food, Digestion
  • Water Filters Built Using Bacteria to Kill Bacteria By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    WATER FILTERS BUILT USING BACTERIA TO KILL BACTERIA

    Scientists at the Washington University at St Louis have developed a new membrane technology that purifies water with no biofouling,...

  • Tips to Help you Stick with your New Year Resolutions By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    TIPS TO HELP YOU STICK WITH YOUR NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS

    Houston Methodist coach has provided few simple tips to help people follow their new year resolutions and achieve their goals.

  • Body-Painting Helps Protect Against Bloodsucking Insects By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    BODY-PAINTING HELPS PROTECT AGAINST BLOODSUCKING INSECTS

    Body painting may be used as an effective means to protect skin against insect bites, finds a new study.

    Skin
  • Important 5 Things to Know About Who's Providing Your Anesthesia Care By Medindia Health   -   Jan 21, 2019

    IMPORTANT 5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT WHO'S PROVIDING YOUR ANESTHESIA CARE

    Anesthesia care plays a key role for patients undergoing surgery, having a baby, or needing emergency treatment following any traumatic...

    Baby
  • Sex-specific Epigenetic Regulation of Fear Memory By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    SEX-SPECIFIC EPIGENETIC REGULATION OF FEAR MEMORY

    In a mouse model of traumatic memory, male mice recall fear-related memories better than female mice, found new study.

  • Marketing Opioids To The Doctors Could Be Influencing The Opioid Overdose Deaths By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    MARKETING OPIOIDS TO THE DOCTORS COULD BE INFLUENCING THE OPIOID OVERDOSE DEATHS

    Physician-targeted marketing is associated with an increase in opioid overdose deaths. This type of marketing is usually performed...

  • Ultraviolet Disinfection Can Be Very Effective In Hospital Settings By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    ULTRAVIOLET DISINFECTION CAN BE VERY EFFECTIVE IN HOSPITAL SETTINGS

    New York-based PurpleSun Ultraviolet disinfection technology can eliminate pathogens with up to 97.7 percentage efficacy, finds a new...

    Hospital
  • New Test to Detect Disease and Infection Developed By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    NEW TEST TO DETECT DISEASE AND INFECTION DEVELOPED

    The test, developed by scientists at the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen's, can detect enzyme markers of disease known...

    Food
  • Social Behaviors Could Be Influenced By Cerebellum Activity: Study By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    SOCIAL BEHAVIORS COULD BE INFLUENCED BY CEREBELLUM ACTIVITY: STUDY

    A direct connection between the cerebellum and an area of the brain involved in controlling reward and motivational behaviors have...

    Brain
  • Drinking Water Contamination: More Than 5.6 Million Americans Are Exposed To Nitrate By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    DRINKING WATER CONTAMINATION: MORE THAN 5.6 MILLION AMERICANS ARE EXPOSED TO NITRATE

    More than 5.6 million Americans are exposed to increased nitrate levels as a result of drinking water contamination.

  • Chemical Structures in a Fraction of the Time Revealed By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    CHEMICAL STRUCTURES IN A FRACTION OF THE TIME REVEALED

    The novel technique developed could yield fresh insights into complex proteins involved in Alzheimer's and other diseases.

    Alzheimer
  • Osteoporosis Could Be Reversed By Altering the Brain Neurons: Study By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    OSTEOPOROSIS COULD BE REVERSED BY ALTERING THE BRAIN NEURONS: STUDY

    Scientists have come up with a new solution to address the bone depletion that occurs with osteoporosis in older age.

    Osteoporosis, Brain
  • Survey Studying Social Influences in People Attending A E By Medindia Health   -   Jan 20, 2019

    SURVEY STUDYING SOCIAL INFLUENCES IN PEOPLE ATTENDING A E

    A survey of 20 disadvantaged neighborhoods across North West UK revealed social influences behind people attending their local Accident...