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Blood test can replace liver biopsy for detection of fatty liver

Liver biopsy is cumbersome; detecting fatty liver with a blood test will help in early diagnosis One in four people in Western and Asian societies...

Vaccine on the horizon for pregnancy malaria that kills 220K annually

Pregnancy malaria vaccine candidate clears phase one clinical trials A new vaccine may be on the anvil for pregnancy malaria that kills 220,000 every year. For...

All that butter & turkey for Christmas send cholesterol through the...

Study on Danes shows cholesterol levels rise by up to 20% post Christmas Large quantities of rich Christmas food appear to boost cholesterol levels. Right after...

Losing weight without exercising? Its possible

Experts discover a protein which triggers fat burn without exerciseMany people make New Year's resolutions to hit the gym and get into shape. But...

Annual flu shot is a life saver in patients of heart...

Influenza can be very serious or even fatal for patients with heart failure Getting an annual flu shot can save heart failure patients' lives, according...

Being bullied at work can affect your heart – go tell...

An observational study by University of Copenhagen shows bullying and violence at workplace increase risk of cardiovascular diseases If you have to deal with bullies...

Low gluten diet makes gut healthy, leads to some weight loss

Researchers evaluate the trend of choosing a low gluten diet even without allergies An increasing number of people choose a low-gluten diet, even though they...

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New promising drug reduces risk of kidney failure by a third...

New drug, canagliflozin reduces risk of kidney failure by a third in people with Type 2 diabetes and associated kidney disease A new landmark clinical...

Celebrity fat-shaming increases negative attitude towards weight gain in women

Celebrity fat-shaming incidents increase womens’ anti-fat attitude, finds new study Celebrities, particularly female celebrities, are routinely criticized about their appearance, also called celebrity "fat-shaming". Although these...