Washington D.C., July 12 (ANI): New York University researchers have found that the movement of flying insects are unmatched even by the best pilots due to the fact that these critters defy aerodynamic laws of airplanes.
Washington D.C., July 12 (ANI): Good news for parents who often have to struggle in getting their young toddlers to quit thumb sucking, as a new study has found that children who are thumb-suckers or nail-biters are less likely to develop allergic sensitivities.
New Delhi, July 11 (ANI-Businesswire India):Apollo Hospitals today announced that it recently signed a MoU with Stanford University for the Stanford South Asian Translational Heart Initiative (SSAATHI) related to South Asians and Chronic Disease. Together, both parties will attempt to delve deeper into the causes associated with cardiovascular risk in diabetic and prediabetic South Asians. The MoU is the first step towards a long-term partnership that will develop and grow over time.
New Delhi, July 11 (ANI): Organ transplant trafficking is one of the fastest, but least reported crimes in India as well as in other countries around the world. It has often been described as a deep-rooted menace affecting the medical profession, both domestically and globally.
Washington D.C, Jul 11 (ANI): Just because your child doesn't bend it like Beckham, doesn't mean he is safe from head injuries. According to a recent study, concussions are on the rise for adolescents.
Washington D.C, Jul 9 (ANI): Whether you're stuck in it or breathing in the fumes, traffic is bad for your health and now, a new study finds that rumbling lorries, honking horns and screeching tyres can put you at heart attack risk.