everybody counts world aids day

“Everybody Counts” – World AIDS Day 2017

With the aim of universal health coverage (UHC) by 2030, global leaders signed up Sustainable Development Goals in 2015. The framework of UGC was...
hiv diagnosis improved but still lacks progress cds reports

HIV diagnosis improved but still lacks progress, CDC reports

U.S. health officials said that with the increase in testing procedures for the virus causing AIDS, the delay in the time between the infection...
excess weight and Diabetes responsible for6 percent of cancers globally

Excess weight and Diabetes responsible for 6 percent of cancers globally

It’s good to watch your diet, because a recent report suggested that nearly 6 percent of cancers are caused due to diabetes and excess...
antimalarial drugs found to have potential to fight cancer

Antimalarial drugs found to have potential to fight cancer

A review-based research on 190 studies investigated the effect of chloroquine (CQ) and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) on cancer cells. The study revealed the effect of...
study claims watching TV beyond 90 minutes a day increases child obesity risk

Study claims watching TV beyond 90 minutes a day increases child...

According to a new research, the time spent by children watching television and devices like smartphones and tablets shouldn’t be more than 90 minutes...
study says structural changes in brain similar in people with depression and anxiety

Study says structural changes in brain similar in people with depression...

Individuals having depression and social anxiety disorder (SAD) have some brain abnormalities that can be spotted in imaging scans. A study was conducted in China...
diabetes growth rate fastest in africa

Diabetes growth rate fastest in Africa

Experts warned that cases of diabetes and obesity are on the rise. According to a study in Africa on obesity and diabetes, South Africa...
is diabetes associated with the risk of pancreatic cancer

Is diabetes associated with the risk of pancreatic cancer

Diabetes and pancreatic cancer affect the same organs, but there is more in common than just that. People, who have diabetes have greater likelihood...
first 2 drug HIV regimen approved by FDA

First 2-drug HIV regimen approved by FDA

The first two-drug program has been approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of AIDS-causing virus. This drug plan aimed...
research proves peanuts might control symptoms of type 2 diabetes

Research proves peanuts might control symptoms of type 2 diabetes

A recent research reported that the symptoms for diabetes type 2 could be controlled by eating peanuts. Peanuts help manage blood sugar level throughout...
obesity raises risk of undergoing hip and knee replacement

Obesity raises risk of undergoing hip and knee replacement

According to a new study, weight-related hip and knee replacements are on the rise. Earlier, it was mostly observed in older population, but unfortunately...
hiv medicines now accessible to almost 21 million people globally

HIV medicines now accessible to almost 21 million people globally

According to a report presented by the United Nations (UN), people taking life-saving retroviral medication for have increased by tens of millions all over...
Fetus-may-be-protected-from-Zika-by-injecting-antibodies-during

Fetus may be protected from Zika by injecting antibodies during pregnancy

According to a recent study, a new blend of antibodies is in place, which provides temporary yet effective treatment for protection against Zika virus....
Get back in shape with Pilates

Get back in shape with Pilates

Pilates is a mind-body workout that can make a positive difference to your health. This fitness method was developed by Joseph Pilates, a German...

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