A new study published in Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, has revealed that providing small amounts of peanuts to children who are allergic to them, can help develop these kids develop immunity against them.
A new study published in the journal Scientific Reports has revealed that deletions in the AZoospermia Factor regions on the human Y chromosome is one of the most common causes of severe defects leading to male infertility.
A new study published in the Journal of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology has revealed that instances of celebrity fat-shaming is associated with an increase in women`s implicit negative weight-related attitudes.
In a study published in Primary Care Companion for CNS Disorders journal, researchers indicate that the unpredictable violence not only causes physical injuries to women but also leaves the victims at a higher risk of suffering from mental disorders.
According to a study published in the Journal of JAMA Network Open, smoking during pregnancy was associated with low birth weight, delayed intrauterine development, preterm birth, infant mortality, and long-term developmental delays.
As per the findings of a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the researchers revealed that doubles badminton players are more likely to suffer from an eye injury as compared to the singles version of the game.
Recent research shows that virtual reality technology can improve the quality of blood vessel surgery. While this technology isn't yet widely used in India, the rest of the world is resorting to it for healing many conditions. Read on to know about them.
Characterised by heavy and frequent bleeding, hemophilia is a genetic blood disorder that occurs due to the absence or low levels of clotting factors (proteins that help in clotting) in your blood. On World Hemophilia Day today, read on to know everything about this disorder.
Apart from opting for treatments, you need to take significant lifestyle measures to improve the quality of life while suffering from hemophilia or other bleeding disorders. On this World Hemophilia Day, we tell you how what all you can do to live better with this condition.
Engaging in sporting activities can improve the life quality of people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, says study. On this World Haemophilia Day, we share with you a list of 'hemophilia-safe' activities recommended by the World Federation of Haemophilia.
A new study published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association has revealed that patients who smoke or ingest cannabis on a daily or weekly basis require higher dosage for sedative drugs.