Toronto, May 1 : Women who take common antibiotics to treat various infections during early pregnancy may be at two-fold risk of suffering a miscarriage, according to a new study.  

Eating 'diet' foods can make you fat: Study

Eating 'diet' foods can make you fat: Study

New York, April 26 : The so-called "diet" products containing low or no fat may have higher amount of sugar and consuming them regularly could make you fat, new research warns.  

Restricting trans fats cuts heart attack risks: Study

Restricting trans fats cuts heart attack risks: Study

New York, April 17 : Hospitalisation for heart attacks and strokes is less common among people living in areas that restrict trans fats in foods compared to residents in areas without restrictions, new research has found.  

Researchers make cells resistant to HIV

Researchers make cells resistant to HIV

New York, April 11 : Scientists have found a way to create an HIV-resistant cell population which can quickly replace diseased cells, thereby potentially curing the disease in an infected person.  

Women prefer looks over other traits in men

Women prefer looks over other traits in men

New York, April 5 : While looking for a potential partner, women are likely to choose men who are physically attractive, no matter how respectful, friendly, ambitious or intelligent the others may be, a study has shown.  

Common pesticide exposure may spur puberty in boys

Common pesticide exposure may spur puberty in boys

Beijing, April 2 : Exposure to pesticides commonly used both indoors and outdoors to kill mosquitoes and other insects on crops may result in boys reaching sexual maturity earlier, researchers have found.  

'Naam Shabana': As good as 'Baby', the film grips you (Movie Review, Rating: ****)

'Naam Shabana': As good as 'Baby', the film grips you (Movie Review, Rating: ****)

Film: 'Naam Shabana'; Director: Shivum Nair; Starring: Tapsee Pannu, Manoj Bajpayee, Prithvi Raj, Akshay Kumar; Rating:****

Your high BP might just be a case of misdiagnosis

Your high BP might just be a case of misdiagnosis

Toronto, March 20 : Nearly 20 per cent of people receiving treatment for hypertension do not actually have a problem, but they are often misdiagnosed as a result of doctors using manual devices to measure blood pressure, a study has showed.