A common form of drug for weight-loss used for a short period, may also be safe and effective for long-term treatment, said researchers.
Amazon Echo with in-built Alexa or Google Home smart speakers can not only play your favourite songs at home but can also assist doctors during medical procedures, say re
In a bid to raise funds for cancer survivors, Sonam Kapoor is all set to walk in Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla's fashion show.
it is critical to ensure that tuberculosis services are included within essential universal healthcare packages and social protection programmes
24th March of every year is dedicated towards spreading awareness about TB in a bid to bring down its incidence and control it better. Bett
A new study published in the journal Obesity has revealed that commonly used weight-loss drugs are safe to use for long-term treatment.
Currently, only one four multiple drug resistant TB (MDR-TB) cases is detected and not more than one in two is cured, worldwide. So the dea
As we celebrate World Tuberculosis Day today, here is a brief history of the day for you. Read on to know what all it stands for.
On the occasion of World Tuberculosis Day today, pulmonologist Dr. Vivek Nangia pens an exclusive article for TheHealthSite shedding light
A person can get tuberculosis (TB) by breathing in air droplets from a cough or sneeze of an infected person . TB is a global health crisis
Actress Sonam K. Ahuja will be walking for designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla for a fashion show by the Cancer Patients Aids Association (CPAA) to raise funds for c
A big concern for app users is how their data will be used and by whom
The more sugar-sweetened drinks people consume, the higher their risk for death
The knee is a hinge joint, meaning it works like a door hinge to straighten and bend in roughly 130 degrees of motion
TB is caused by a type of air-borne bacteria that mainly attacks and infects the lungs
The fine dining space has responded to the urban loneliness of the millennials by creating community dining experiences
'It's time', as the theme of the World Tuberculosis Day 2019 says. Yes, it's time to take rapid action against TB. But to do that, we need
Anti-TB drugs can add to the risk of TB re-infection
A recent research reveals that modulating stiffness of blood-forming stem cells could possibly facilitate mobilisation procedures used for stem cell-based transplants.
A recent study revealed that treatments available for tuberculosis (TB) caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb), may not always prevent re-infection.
Anti-tuberculosis (TB) drugs cause changes to gut microbiota and increase susceptibility to Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) -- a major reason why current treatments are
Tuberculosis (TB) bacterium primarily affects the lungs, but can also spread and cause secondary infections to the uterus and even the fallopian tubes, which can reduce c
The US Homeland Security Department has issued an alert, describing two types of hacking vulnerabilities in 16 different models of Medtronic implantable defibrillators.
A drug used to lower blood pressure within a system of veins and inflammation could effectively treat a potentially life-threatening condition of the liver, say researche
Patients requiring insulin can be considered to have more severe diabetes and have a greater chance of experiencing elevated blood glucose in the perioperative period.
A nationally representative survey that has tracked drug and alcohol use, mental health and other health-related issues in individuals aged 12 and over in the US since 19
Older adults feel younger when they feel that they have more control over their daily lives, regardless of stress or health concerns.
The harsh summer heat can spoil your skin. Don't forget to moisturise and keep yourself hydrated, say experts.
The cholesterol was the driving factor independent of saturated fat consumption and other dietary fat.
LRTIs, including pneumonia and bronchiolitis, are a leading cause of death. Symptoms include, shortness of breath, weakness and fever.
Most people do not think of folding clothes or walking to the mailbox as physical activity of any kind.
Obese mice performed strength training over a short time, the equivalent of which in humans would not be enough to change their body fat composition.
A drug commonly used to treat high blood pressure and chest pain could be associated with an increased risk of sudden cardiac arrest.
The study found the risk of asthma in kids was similar when women had been prescribed opioids such, as codeine and tramadol or migraine medication.
Modulating blood stem cells could facilitate harvest for transplants
According to a recent study, the researchers have found a drug that can successfully treat potentially life-threatening liver diseases like Cirrhosis.
India achieved 84 per cent reduction in tuberculosis deaths among people living with HIV by 2017 - three years ahead of the target, said a report by The Joint United Nati
Previous studies on human eyes, hair, and skin colour have identified multiple gene variants, but no findings for eyebrow colour have been reported as of yet.
A second ECG was conducted using the index and middle finger of the left hand and a clip attached to the left ear.
The different approaches to risk-taking might not be inherent and could be shaped by culture and social environment.
There are some really smart tricks that can help you keep bananas from spoiling soon and Chef Ananya Banerjee will tell you how.
Promoting an environment of growth for all would lead to higher satisfaction, innovation, trust and retention among workers.
By 2030, this is projected to rise to 75 million and by 2050, global dementia cases are estimated to almost triple.
The findings showed that women with IIH had raised levels of testosterones compared to those with obesity and PCOS.
Fourteen had a remission period of less than two months and could therefore be regarded as having chronic depression.