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The study conducted by the Harvard Review of Psychiatry says that one-third of the people who suffer from depression or anxiety have higher chances of developing progressive heart diseases.
Stem cells can potentially restore heart functioning in patients with heart failure, a new study suggests. The Research has found that human stem cell treatment might repair the heart’s functioning up to 90 per cent.
A new study conducted by the Society for Neuroscience has discovered in a new study that a low-dose aspirin—a medication that helps treat pain, fever and inflammation—might help reduce Alzheimer’s disease pathology.
Orthostatic hypotension- a quick drop in the blood pressure that happens while standing up from a sitting or lying position could lead to an undiagnosed heart disease, a study suggested.
A new study conducted by the American Thoracic Society revealed that a stronger dose of rifampin—it is an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections such as tuberculosis, which can kill more tuberculosis bacteria in sputum cultures without increasing the adverse effects of the treatment.
A new study conducted by Loyola University Chicago has found that new ways to improve treatment and diagnosis of urinary tract infections (UTI). The research also quashed the belief that urine in healthy women is sterile.
A research conducted by the University of Illinois at Chicago College has found that ketamine—an antidepressant medicine can take a person out of depression within minutes of administration.
A new study has discovered that tuberculosis vaccine known as Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) might reverse Type 1 diabetes to untraceable levels.
Patients suffering from progressive lung disease are more at risk of death if they take antidepressants, according to a new study conducted by St. Michael’s Hospital.
A new study has revealed that if a pregnant woman suffers from diabetes, her child is at a higher risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD).