Drinking coffee does not change a person’s risk of being diagnosed with or dying from cancer, a new QIMR Berghofer study has found. The research findings have been published in the International Journal of Epidemiology. Senior author and head of QIMR Berghofer’s Statistical Genetics Group, Associate Professor Stuart MacGregor, said the
“The sugar will rot your teeth, soda is bad for you” – we all have heard many forms of this disclaimer from parents or older relatives. However, a new study suggests that they may be right. According to a study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), the consumption of sugary drinks
Centres for Disease Control and Prevention is warning parents to monitor their child’s symptoms in case s/he gets sick with what they would assume to be cold. According to CDC, this could actually be Respiratory Syncytial Virus or RSV, which is a common respiratory virus. RSV is a paramyxovirus which
Routine screening including blood tests for iron and genetic testing could help reduce the impacts of hemochromatosis. (CNN)A “stealth condition” which is one of the western world’s most common genetic disorders is causing far higher levels of cancer and chronic health conditions than previously thought, a UK study has revealed.
Diabetes Mellitus is a condition where your blood sugar levels are higher than normal. It is one of the most common metabolic conditions around the world. If the findings of a latest study are to be believed patients with type-2 diabetes should be prescribed physical activity, which is very crucial to