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Study of two tribes sheds light on role of Western-influenced diet in blood pressure
A South American tribe living in near-total isolation with no Western dietary influences showed no increase in average blood pressure from age one to age 60, according to a new study. In comparison, a nearby tribe whose diet includes some processed foods and …

New inflammation inhibitor could treat sepsis
Researchers have developed an anti-inflammatory drug molecule that could lead to better treatments for diseases such as sepsis and potentially other autoimmune diseases.

Four Australians gifted bionic sight
A sense of vision has been restored to four blind Australians during a clinical trial of a bionic eye in Melbourne.The patients, who lost vision due to...

ICMR to conduct trials of indigenously developed Zika vaccine
The vaccine was developed by hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech

Second measles case diagnosed in Lowell
State health officials announced yesterday another case of measles has been diagnosed in the Lowell area.This second case at the Lowell Community Health Center comes days after another patient was diagnosed with measles, the state Department of Public Health …

Novel shoe insole can help heal diabetic ulcers
Diabetic ulcers commonly result from high blood sugar damaging nerves, which takes away feeling from the toes or feet.

World Diabetes Day observed
World Diabetes Day was created in 1991 by IDF and the World Health Organization in response to growing concerns about the escalating health threat posed

Strength training could benefit heart health
According to a recent study, while all physical activities are beneficial for heart health, static activities such as strength training was found to be more strongly associated with reducing heart disease risks than dynamic activities like walking

Suicide rates highest among American men in construction, women in creative fields
Suicide rates were highest among men who worked in construction or extraction (oil rigging, mining) jobs and women who worked in arts, design, entertainment, sports and media, the report found.

People with severe mental health problems forced to wait longer for NHS help than those with mild depression
People with severe mental health problems are being forced to wait longer for NHS help than those with mild depression, experts have warned.

Low-carb diets can help keep the weight off, study says
Researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital recently conducted a small study, published in the British Medical Journal, to determine the link between weight loss maintenance and carbohydrates.

Traffic noise could increase the risk of obesity
People exposed to the highest levels of traffic noise are at greater risk of being obese.

Congo health workers face violence as Ebola virus spreads
The death toll from the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo is continuing to rise as violence hampers health workers' efforts to battle the virus.

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