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Researchers detect novel biomarkers for kidney diseases using new technique

Researchers detect novel biomarkers for kidney diseases using new technique

NEW DELHI: Researchers have detected novel biomarkers for kidney diseases associated with nephrotic syndrome using a new technique, a new study showed on Saturday.

1 in 8 women at risk of developing thyroid disorder in their lifetime: Experts

1 in 8 women at risk of developing thyroid disorder in their lifetime: Experts

NEW DELHI: Highlighting the critical need for increased awareness about the importance of thyroid testing in infants, pregnant women, and those planning pregnancy, experts on World Thyroid Day on Saturday said women are particularly at risk, with one in eight at risk of developing thyroid disorder in their lifetime.

People under 40 account for 20pc cancer cases in India: Study

People under 40 account for 20pc cancer cases in India: Study

NEW DELHI: Cancer is affecting more young people in India. A new study on Friday showed that 20 per cent of the cancer cases in the country are being seen in men and women below the age of 40.

KP.2 Covid variant appears more transmissible, but not virulent: Doctors

KP.2 Covid variant appears more transmissible, but not virulent: Doctors

NEW DELHI: The new KP.2 Covid-19 variant appears to be more transmissible, but is not virulent, said doctors on Monday, amid reports of 91 cases being detected in Maharashtra.

Doctors remove muskmelon-sized adrenal tumour via robotic surgery

Doctors remove muskmelon-sized adrenal tumour via robotic surgery

NOIDA: Using robotic surgery, doctors here removed a muskmelon-sized adrenal tumour from a 59-year-old man, giving him a new lease of life.

Study shows inhaling fentanyl may lead to irreversible brain damage

Study shows inhaling fentanyl may lead to irreversible brain damage

NEW DELHI: Inhaling the synthetic opioid fentanyl -- approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for use as pain relief and anaesthetic -- can cause irreversible brain damage, according to a new study on Tuesday.

Early detection of 'osteoarthritis' may allow therapy that improves joint health: Researchers

Early detection of 'osteoarthritis' may allow therapy that improves joint health: Researchers

San Francisco: Researchers have said that early detection of "knee osteoarthritis" could provide an opportunity to arrest the disease process and restore joint health.

Liver diseases in kids up due to junk food, sugar consumption

Liver diseases in kids up due to junk food, sugar consumption

LUCKNOW:Medical experts have found that one in three children have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), primarily caused by excess sugar consumption.

Stem Cell therapy safe after a spinal cord injury: Study

Stem Cell therapy safe after a spinal cord injury: Study

New York: Stem cell therapy can be a safe option for people suffering from hard-to-treat traumatic spinal cord injuries, according to results of a phase 1 clinical trial revealed on Monday.

Doctors treat brave boy who survived tiger attack by pulling big cat's tongue

Doctors treat brave boy who survived tiger attack by pulling big cat's tongue

GURUGRA:MDoctors here treated a brave 17-year-old boy who survived a scary tiger attack by pulling the tongue of the big cat.

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