Washington, Jun 6 (Prensa Latina) Physical activity may reduce the risk of suffering from type 2 diabetes, even for people with a high genetic risk of suffering from it, a specialized source informed Tuesday.
Copenhagen, May 4 (Prensa Latina) An artificial intelligence (AI) software can detect tuberculosis (TB) from chest X-rays at an accuracy level comparable to, or better than, that of the radiologists tested, new research published Thursday.
Washington, May 1 (Prensa Latina) A smart bandage that can monitor chronic wounds and help them to heal has been developed by scientists who say the device could aid people with diabetic ulcers, burns and non-healing surgical wounds.
Washington, Apr 19 (Prensa Latina) Air pollution, a warm bedroom, and high levels of carbon dioxide (CD) and ambient noise may all adversely affect our ability to get a good night’s sleep, suggests a study from researchers with the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Louisville.
London, Apr 5 (Prensa Latina) Air pollution could cause lung cancer not by mutating DNA, but by creating an inflamed environment that encourages proliferation of cells with existing cancer-driving mutations, according to a sweeping study of human health data and experiments in laboratory mice, Nature magazine revealed Wednesday.
Washington, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) Detailed in an article published on Friday in Science Advances, a team led by Yan Xuehai at the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Process Engineering (IPE) has engineered a new form of biodegradable, biorecyclable glass made from biologically derived amino acids, or peptides projected to have minimal impact on the environment.
Washington, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) A regular exercise routine can improve your quality of life and help you maintain your independence. However, many older adults struggle to find a safe, low-impact exercise that fits within their fitness levels. Luckily, yoga for seniors offers a viable solution.
New Delhi, Mar 14 (Prensa Latina) The toll of cancer cases in India is projected to ramp up from 14.6 lakh in 2022 to 15.7 lakh in 2025, the State for Health Minister Bharati Pravin Pawar told Parliament.