Tuesday, June 15, 2021

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‘Brain training’ may help treat PTSD

The study, published in the journal Neurolmage: Clinical, indicates that neurofeedback, also called 'brain training,' -- consists of exercises where individuals regulate their own brain activity -- was effective in reducing symptoms of PTSD."Brain connectivity involves different parts...

10 home remedies to avoid swine flu – Times of India

Are the rising swine flu casualties giving you jitters? Not sure how you can avoid falling prey to the growing epidemic? First and foremost, there is absolutely no need to panic. Here are some easy steps you...

Now just pop a pill to stop blood clots – Times of India

Washington: Blood clots can now be stopped easily and without needles, says a new study. Known as deep-vein thrombosis, blood clots affect the large veins in the lower leg and thigh. They are responsible for killing hundreds of...

Hysterectomy through belly button leaves no scars – Times of India

LONDON: In a surgical feat, doctors have operated on a woman which they claim is the first hysterectomy in Europe through a tiny incision in her belly button, leaving no visible outward scars.The technique, known as single incision...

Kissing can cause herpes – Times of India

MELBOURNE: If you think a kiss is just a kiss, you might want to think again, for the simple pleasure now comes with a health warning-it can cause herpes. The Australian Herpes Management Forum, which is to start...

A sweeter broccoli to cut heart diseases – Times of India

MELBOURNE: Scientists claimed to have developed a new variety of broccoli that is not only grown naturally, but also tastes sweeter and has 40 per cent more anti-oxidants than the normal to reduce risks of heart disease and...

‘Havan’ for bacteria-free homes: Study – Times of India

LUCKNOW: Want to lead a healthy life and free your home from bacteria? Perform 'havan' at regular intervals. A study carried out by a team of scientists at National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) here has claimed that smoke...

A cot mattress that mimics the womb – Times of India

LONDON: It's a dream come true for tired-out-moms - a revolutionary new cot mattress which mimics the sensation of the womb to keep babies happy at night. The Easidream mattress, invented by a British mother- of-six, Lynda...

India should trains its doctors in infectious diseases – Times of India

WASHINGTON: With India battling swine flu, an eminent Indian-American doctor has said it is the right time the government in the country accelerates process of training its doctors in infectious diseases or else it could be too late...

Cadila to apply for clinical trials for swine flu vaccine – Times of India

NEW DELHI: With an aim to launch vaccine for Influenza H1N1 A Virus (swine flu) in India, Cadila Pharmaceutical will seek the government's nod in two days for initiating clinical trials in this regard.Cadila Pharmaceutical Ltd (CPL) had...
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