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Study supports the use of Zinc Oxide nanoparticle in sunscreens Zinc oxide (ZnO) for long been known as an effective sunscreen agent. But lately, there have been demands for ban of sunscreens containing ZnO nanoparticles because of potential side effects...
Chemicals that are commonly used in personal care  products linked to girls entering puberty early A new study conducted by University of California, Berkeley in the US, has found a link between chemicals in personal care products and early puberty. It...
FDA approves a drug for dogs afraid of loud soundsWe have experienced the trauma our pooches go through on days around Diwali, how stray dogs lose their temper when fireworks are burst around them. Most animals don’t like loud noise,...
The fact that cataract surgeries top PMJAY claims shows how government failed to address the problemForty two years of a government programme that does free cataract surgeries and yet cataract removal tops the list of procedures for which claims...
Staying off alcohol helps diabetics lose weightResearch shows that losing weight can help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. Best practice for weight loss often includes decreasing or eliminating calories from alcohol. However few studies examine whether people who...
Daily pill brings relief for children living with sickle cell anemiaA daily hydroxyurea pill may finally bring some relief for young children living with the painful and deadly blood disease sickle cell anemia (SCA) in resource-challenged sub-Saharan Africa. The disease...
First ever international study shows why rising early truly is healthyNight owls may have a higher risk of suffering from heart disease and type 2 diabetes than early risers. In the first ever international review of studies analysing whether being...
Turmeric can make your heart healthy once moreNew research suggests that curcumin, a main ingredient in turmeric or haldi, may improve exercise intolerance related to heart failure. The study has been published in the Journal of Applied Physiology. People with...
Survey finds 60-80 percent people have lied to their doctors When your doctor asks how often you exercise, do you give her an honest answer? How about when she asks what you've been eating lately? If you've ever stretched the...
Better bandage promotes powerful healingA new bandage, cheaper than what is currently available in the market, could accelerate the healing process. Described in the journal ACS Nano, the bandage is made up of small electrodes for the injury site linked...

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