New Weight-loss Tool: Gas-filled Balloon That Fills Up Stomach & Curbs Appetite


In a good news for all you obese people out there who have long been struggling with their weight, scientists have created a new anti-obesity treatment that

Loss of Y Chromosome Ups Alzheimer’s Risk in Men, Cuts Their Lifespan


It is generally acknowledged that women on average live longer than men. Scientists now have found, why men live shorter lives than women. Loss of male Y

Triclosan in Soaps, Toothpastes Can Affect Gut Microbiota Diversity, Composition


An antimicrobial and antifungal compound found in many hygiene and personal care products ranging from hand soaps to shampoos to toothpaste can bring rapid changes in bacterial

Eating Too Little Salt Can Risk Your Heart, Really?


We’ve heard it a gazillion times that too much salt is bad for our heart and overall health. Several previous studies have established a strong link between

Guess What? Women Watch More Porn Post Marriage


If you think only men watch porn after marriage, then think again! You might not believe it but when it comes to watching porn, married women are

Long-term Antibiotic Use Could Hamper Brain Function, Study Suggests


Antibiotics are widely used in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infection, and, if used properly, this antimicrobial drug can eliminate life-threatening infections and save lives. But

“Sunscreen Gene” Discovery Offers Hope for Effective Skin Cancer Treatment


Summer is back and needless to say that exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun can lead to suntan, sunburn and many other effects like wrinkles,

Too Much Intake of Fatty Foods During Teenage May Up Breast Tissue Density


Teenage girls who eat a lot of saturated fats in their diet or fewer mono- and polyunsaturated fats tend to have denser breasts later in life, a

People With Intellectual Disabilities More Prone to Online Abuse, Study Finds


People with impaired intellectual abilities are already at higher risk of being abused and exploited and their likelihood of abuse and exploitation increases if they use social

Giving Babies Cow’s Milk, Eggs, Peanuts Early Cuts Their Future Full-blown Allergy Risk- Study


Doctors often advice parents not to introduce their babies to allergenic foods such as eggs, fish, tree nuts, peanuts and other allergy-causing food items as it can