This drink makes deadly brain tumour cells glow, aids surgery

London, Nov 5  A drink containing a compound that makes tumour cells glow has helped surgeons in Britain to spot and safely remove brain cancer.

The research was carried out with patients who had suspected glioma, the most common form of brain cancer.

Treatment usually involves surgery to remove as…

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High exposure to radio frequency radiation linked to cancer

New York, Nov 3  Exposure to high levels of radio frequency radiation (RFR) — used in 2G and 3G cell phones — can increase the risk of cancerous tumours in the heart, brain and adrenal gland, researchers have warned.

The study, led by the US National Institutes of Health’s National Toxicology…

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Father's age may up infant's health issues at birth

New York, Nov 2 While women, for years, have been encouraged not to put off having children until their late thirties and forties, a new study now says that infants of older fathers are more likely to be less healthy at birth.

The study explored that although the absolute risks…

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Domestic violence common in developing nations: Study

London, Nov 1 (IANS) Societal acceptance of domestic violence against women is prevalent in developing countries with 36 per cent of the global population justifying it in some cases, a new research said.

The study found most cases were reported with male partners beating the women for going out without…

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Vegan diet linked to reduced Type-2 diabetes risk: Study

London, Nov 1  A vegan diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds, with few animal products, is linked to a significantly lower risk of developing Type-2 diabetes.

The study explored that vegan diet is associated with improved psychological well-being in addition to reduction in the risk…

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