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February, 2016

  • 29 February

    New research reveals that Ebola survivors are hit by Neurological and other health issues

    According to a new study, a wide number of Ebola victims are enduring long term brain issues. Ebola leaves a vicious set of consequences on the patient’s brain that patients suffer neurological and sensual issues even six months after recovering from the disease. Ebola patients reported of acute muscle pain, …

  • 24 February

    The CDC revealed that one third of American citizens are losing productivity due to lack of sleep

    The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that American citizens are not getting enough sleep and are deeply stressed. The CDC used data of 2014 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) to understand the importance of sleep. The study conducted by (BRFSS) amalgamated information’s on 444000 adults from …

  • 23 February

    HIV transmission prevention drug atazanvir proved to be harmful for children

    New research showed that a particular drug which blockages HIV transmission from mother to child also poses a remarkable threat on the future physical development of the child .This study was conducted by the research team of Harvard University. The study team found that the drug contributes in altering the …

  • 20 February

    Clot Busting drug Alteplase increases survival rates of lethal forms of stoke Intraventricular hemorrhage

    A group of researcher announced that a clot-busting drug called Alteplase, which is a fantastic performer in dealing with heart attacks and non-bleeding strokes, has good records of declining post-stroke disability. This drug also reduces mortality in patients with bleeding stroke. After conducting thorough investigation in a clinical trial, researchers …

  • 20 February

    Egg yolks are not linked with heart disease, recent research suggested

    A recent finish study which got published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed that consuming high-cholesterol food do not intensifies potentiality of heart disease opposing to some earlier discoveries in this regard. Dr. Luc Djoussé, an associate professor and cardiovascular disease researcher at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital …