WASHINGTON: Heading soccer balls can win moments of glory, but a new study ties repeatedly hitting the ball with your head to brain abnormalities resembling those found in patients with concussions. Read More →
ISLAMABAD: In a time when praising for the president is somewhat a dream, the richest person in the world Bill Gates praises Asif Ali Zardari efforts for polio eradication program. Read More →
WASHINGTON: Men who ate more healthy fats from vegetables, nuts and olive oil after a diagnosis of prostate cancer saw better survival rates than peers whose diets were unchanged, a US study said Monday. Read More →
OTTAWA: At least 23 Canadian women died and hundreds more may have been harmed taking the world’s two most commonly prescribed birth control pills, the country’s public broadcaster said Tuesday. Read More →
BETHESDA: Atomic medicine has “fantastic potential” for fighting deadly, difficult to treat cancers, the head of French nuclear giant Areva’s medical arm quoted by french news wire service. Read More →
WASHINGTON: GlaxoSmithKline’s controversial diabetes drug Avandia, restricted in the US and banned in Europe over concerns it raises heart attack risk, is getting a second look this week by US medical...
LONDON: Never forget a face? A new study from McMaster University in Ontario finds that women may be better at remembering faces than men, partly because they spend more time observing features, a technique...