Ebola vaccine worked in monkeys, Next target…

April 11, 2015 0

A new Ebola vaccine may be trialled in humans after eight macaques immunized experimentally did not succumb to the deadly infection, whereas two unvaccinated monkeys did. And in a separate development, research into the biological […]

Ebola still a global health emergency

April 11, 2015 0

The World Health Organization(WHO) on Friday said the ongoing Ebola outbreak continued to constitute a public health emergency of international concern despite the lowest number of newly confirmed cases reported last week in West Africa. […]

Ugly facts about Viagra

April 11, 2015 0

If you thought that Viagra was a ‘cure-all’ for your impotence or erectile dysfunction then you are mistaken. According to a study, reaching out for Viagra and other related drugs may help increase the levels […]

How to avoid Food poisoning?

April 8, 2015 0

Food safety can be referred to the conditions and practices that preserve the quality of food to prevent contamination and foodborne illnesses. According to WHO, there are five key principles of food hygiene, they are: […]

Fat milk products good for health

April 6, 2015 0

Consumption of high-fat dairy products is associated with reduced risk for Type-2 diabetes, says a study. The new findings are in line with previous studies that indicated a link between high consumption of dairy products […]

An egg a day good for your health

April 4, 2015 0

Egg consumption could reduce the risk of Type-2 diabetes, says a new research. The study, published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that men who ate approximately four eggs per week had a 37 […]

A new glass to avoid color blindness

April 3, 2015 0

A US firm has given thousands of people their first look into the colours red and green by tricking the brain with a pair of sunglasses. EnChroma, based in Berkeley, north of San Francisco, developed […]

1 2 3 4 5 11