Children with autism may benefit from faecal transplant

Faecal transplants – a method of introducing donated healthy microbes into people with gastrointestinal disease to rebalance the gut — may benefit children suffering from autism, a new study... Read more »

‘Bestselling cookbooks give inaccurate food safety advice’

Bestselling cookbooks give little useful advice about reducing the risk of foodborne illness, especially in recipes involving meat products, say scientists who found that most of the information in... Read more »

How owning a dog could improve your health

Nearly everybody will smile when they’re petting a dog. If the dog happens to plant a big kiss right on your hands or face, you will probably laugh and... Read more »

Playing ‘Tetris’ after trauma may reduce bad flashbacks

Playing the video game “Tetris” shortly after a traumatic event, such as a car crash, may reduce the risk of developing intrusive flashbacks of the event, a new study... Read more »

Obesity May Worsen Symptoms In Lupus Patients: Diet Tips To Manage Obesity

Lupus is an inflammatory disease where the immune system attacks its own tissues, causing symptoms like anaemia, fatigue, pain in the muscles, rashes on the face, mouth ulcers and... Read more »

SCIR-IICT celebrates National Technology Day

The CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) celebrated the National Technology Day by organising lectures by eminent scientists. Dr AV Rama Ro, CMD of AVRA Labs and former director... Read more »

Prenatal Consumption Of Coffee May Increase Risk Of Obesity In Child, Says Study

Coffee is one of the most preferred and loved caffeinated beverages around the world and one which has almost a cult-following. There have been several scientific studies on its... Read more »

Healthy Diet May Reduce Hearing Loss In Women, Says Study

A healthy diet may do more for your body than just help you lose weight. A new study has suggested that it might just help reduce risks of hearing... Read more »