Mothers Prenatal Baby Fruit intake to Promote Cognitive Development

28 May
Prenatal fruit consumption linked to improved cognitive development in infants

Most people have heard the old adage, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” This is an old truth, not just Apple, it is known, in general, eating fruit can reduce various diseases such as heart disease and stroke … Read More »

Studies Have Shown that Anti-nausea Drugs do not Increase the Risk of Birth Defects

12 May
Studies have shown that anti-nausea drugs do not increase the risk of birth defects

Women suffering from extreme morning sickness often take Zofran (ondansetron) to combat their debilitating nausea and vomiting. However, two studies have found that the drug may increase risk of heart defects and cleft palate in children exposed in utero. A … Read More »

Researchers in Type 1 Diabetes Worldwide Linked to the Advances in Medical Care

8 May
Researchers link global increase in type 1 diabetes to advances in medical care

Researchers at the University of Adelaide, said in the case of type 1 diabetes, global growth is directly related to advances in medical care, and the disease is more likely to be through basic genetics from one generation to the … Read More »

Inhibiting adrenaline receptors reduces breast cancer brain metastases

20 Apr

Bottom Line: While we look to invent new medicines to treat cancer, a parallel approach to repurpose existing medicines may be highly effective. Stress, mediated by adrenaline, has been suspected to promote cancer growth and this research study shows that … Read More »

DNA Imprinting Defect May Affect Children Diagnosed With Osteosarcoma

28 Jan

Osteosarcoma is the more common form of malignant bone tumors occur in young people under 20 years old or children, the most common bone cancer in children, and about 5 percent of pediatric tumors. Children diagnosed with osteosarcoma may be … Read More »