Infertility No More a Curse; Scientists Develop New Artificial Ovary Prototype

Belgian researchers have taken important steps towards creating transplantable artificial ovaries. Once successful, these could be of value to women struggling with infertility or cancer patients who cannot conceive after undergoing radiation or chemotherapy.

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IIT Kanpur Braces Up to Prevent Cyber Attacks

Amid lurking threats of cyber-attacks on all sectors including hospitals storing medical records and its long-term dangerous implications on country’s’ economy and individual’s personal data, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur is all set to open a cybersecurity center.

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Caution! Energy Drinks Not Safe for Kids

A latest study has warned that the excessive levels of caffeine found in energy drinks can have adverse effects on cardiovascular, neurological, gastrointestinal, renal and endocrine systems, as well as psychiatric symptoms.

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130 Mm Hg Is the New Reading for High B.P.

According to American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Guidelines the high blood pressure is now defined as readings of 130 mm Hg and higher for the systolic blood pressure measurement, or readings of 80 and higher for the diastolic measurement.

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Passenger Gave Birth to a Baby on Jetliner

41-year-old Toyin Ogundipe’s contractions were about 10 minutes apart, so the pediatrician (Dr. Susan Shepherd) and he began to monitor her vital signs and keep her comfortable.

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Why head face pain keeps you furious?

People consistently rate pain of the head, face, eyeballs, ears and teeth as more disruptive, and more emotionally draining, than pain elsewhere in the body.

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Consequences of Workplace Harassment

Employees who experience sexual harassment by supervisors, colleagues or subordinates in the workplace may develop more severe symptoms of depression than employees who experience harassment by clients or customers.

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Rotating night shifts may trigger Type 2 diabetes

If you work periodically on night shifts, it is more likely that you may develop Type 2 diabetics than those who only work during days.

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World’s first cloned monkeys

The first primate clones made by somatic cell nuclear transfer are two genetically identical long-tailed macaques born recently at the Institute of Neuroscience of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Shanghai. Researchers named the newborns ZhongZhong and Hua Hua.

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Rising burden of non-communicable diseases

The contribution of most of the major non-communicable disease groups to the total disease burden has increased all over India since 1990

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