Govt decides to launch an effective sensitization campaign for parents at federal level

Islamabad, Oct 11 (TNS): The government has decided to launch an effective sensitization campaign for parents at federal level to ensure immunization of their...

Healthcare Dept approves Insurance Scheme in Punjab

Lahore, Punjab Specialized Healthcare Department has given approval in principle for launch of Health Insurance Scheme in nineteen districts of Punjab province. The decision was...

Air pollution can increase risk of chronic kidney disease: Study

  WASHINGTON, August 25 (TNS): Apart from increasing the risk of respiratory problems and other life-threatening conditions, a recent study has found that air pollution...

Lack of sleep makes people crave more for food

  ISLAMABAD, July 13 (TNS): Scientists have found evidence that a lack of sleep causes changes in brain activity that lead to people feeling hungrier...

Teens need vigorous exercise to cut heart risk in future

Washington, July 13 (TNS): Teenagers who engage in high-intensity exercise have lower blood pressure which ultimately may lead to a lower risk of developing...

Heart patients with leadless pacemakers have fewer complications

Washington, June 27 (TNS): A research study found that patients with leadless pacemakers are likely to have fewer short-term and mid-term complications than those...

Vitiligo, a disease of telling complications

New Delhi, June 25(TNS): There is a considerable stigma attached to vitiligo, which affects about one to two percent of the population worldwide. The world...

Stress can cause severe vision loss; study

Wahington, June 20 (TNS):  A research reveals that Psychological stress in humans can also cause severe vision loss. "There is clear evidence of a psychosomatic...

Hypertension can have adverse effects of developing dementia in patients

Wahington, June 13 (TNS): A recent study has found a link between hypertension and dementia. The research indicates that patients with high blood pressure are...

Adapting appropriate lifestyle habit can lower stroke risk

Washington, June 12 (TNS): Turns out, adapting lifestyle habits can quickly lower blood pressure. An Andrews University study demonstrated that a programme aimed at helping...

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