Lahore: The dengue claimed six more lives in Lahore on Thursday, taking death toll to 161 in metropolis.
London: A new study has suggested that people who take a daily dose of aspirin are twice as likely to suffer blindness in later life.
London: Stress has become the most common cause of long-term sick leave in Britain, a new survey has revealed.
Lahore: The dengue troubling Punjab province of Pakistan claimed two Seven lives in Lahore on Wednesday, taking the death toll to 1511 in the metropolis.
Lahore: The dengue claimed five more lives in Lahore on Tuesday, taking dengue related death toll to 145 in the metropolis.
London: A new research has claimed that smokers have a greater chance of having stroke 10 times more than non-smokers.
Lahore: As many as nine more people, including four women succumbed to deadly dengue virus in Lahore, taking the death toll in the city to 132 and in Punjab to 161 here on Monday.
Lahore: The dengue troubling Lahore claimed three more lives in metropolis, taking death toll to 128 in Lahore only.
Lahore: The military doctors have so far successfully treated over 4,500 patients for dengue fever ever since the initiation of a proactive support plans by Pakistan Army.
Washington : Schools and psychologists have historically relied on a child’s IQ to define and diagnose dyslexia, a brain-based learning disability that impairs a person’s ability to read.