Commonly prescribed antibiotics linked to two types of heart problems
8 days ago - By News Medical
Scientists have shown for the first time a link between two types of heart problems and one of the most commonly prescribed classes of antibiotics.
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Scientists Identify Genetic Mutation Linked to Flu-related Heart Complications
8 days ago - By Medindia Health
In mice by knocking IFITM3 gene and infecting the mice with various flu strains, scientists were able to show the gene's absence ups the chances of heart abnormalities.
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Toxic water pollution may cause over 100,0000 cases of cancer in the US...
The Environmental Working Group calculated how much the collective effects of pollutants in drinking water that passes US regulations' muster raises cancer risks and urge new...
More U.S. Teens Vaping Nicotine
Among high school seniors across America about 25% are vaping nicotine e-cigarettes this year, a jump from 21% last year.
Intense Gaming Can Trigger Irregular Heartbeat, Fainting in Some Players
A handful of video gamers have passed out when intense sessions caused their heartbeat to lapse into an irregular rhythm known as an arrhythmia, researchers report.
Researchers Uncover New Effective Drug to Fight Malaria
Pantothenamides stop the malaria parasite from multiplying in infected humans and from being transmitted to mosquitoes, and are effective against malaria parasites resistant to...
All-in-One Pill can Cut Down Heart Disease Risk
Polypills or combination pills help lower both blood pressure and cholesterol. A new study reveals that taking one polypill daily can also lower the risk of heart attack and...
Kid's Gluten Intake During Infancy is Linked to Type 1 Diabetes
New study examined the link between the maternal gluten intake during pregnancy, child's gluten intake at age 18 months, and the risk of type 1 diabetes.
Psoriasis Drug Can Treat Osteosarcoma, Says Study
Immune molecule IL23 is central to the development of osteosarcoma, a cancer of the bone. By targeting IL23, study authors successfully shrank osteosarcoma tumours in mice.
Obesity Linked to Chronic Diarrhea: Study
Obese people are more likely to experience sessions of chronic diarrhea that are not driven by diet or physical activity and may be due to low-grade inflammation.
Autoantibodies in Pregnancy may Cause Behavioral Disorders in the Child
Embryonic damage of the autoantibodies during pregnancy could be the unnoticed cause of behavioral disorders in kids with conditions such as autism, schizophrenia, and ADHD.
Heart Cells may Increase Survival in Heart Attack Patients
Heart cells may respond well to heart attack, and increase the chance of survival, reveals a new study.