#HealthBytes: What causes painful sex and how to cure it – NewsBytes

13 Dec 2019 Lifestyle Dyspareunia, or simply pain during intercourse, can be problematic in a couple’s sexual relationship. However, the condition has become commonplace. According to a 2015 study,... Read more »

Not so sweet: Excessive intake of sugar during holiday season may trigger depression – Economic Times

WASHINGTON: High sugar consumption, which is common during the holiday season, may trigger depression, according to a study which suggests that people prone to the mental illness should control... Read more »

Ebola spreads in Congo after militants attack treatment camp -WHO – Thomson Reuters Foundation

By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA, Dec 13 (Reuters) – Cases of the deadly Ebola virus have risen in the Democratic Republic of Congo where health care workers remain largely cut... Read more »

Researchers find blood test could identify rare mutations in breast cancer – Medical Device Network

Human breast cancer cells. Credit: Min Yu. Researchers from Cancer Research UK have found that a blood test could quickly identify rare mutations in patients with advanced breast cancer.... Read more »

Researchers identify drug targets for the dreaded Nipah virus – The Hindu BusinessLine

Taking the fight against the dreaded Nipha disease to a new level, researchers at Pune-based Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) have developed drug targets for the... Read more »

How much drinking is too much drinking? – Firstpost

Alcohol has always had a bittersweet relationship with health. While it is said to be good for the heart and brain in moderation, the side-effects of too much alcohol... Read more »

GSK’s ViiV seeks marketing licence for baby-friendly HIV pill – ETHealthworld.com

By Kate Kelland LONDON: British drugmaker GSK applied on Friday for a licence to market its HIV drug dolutegravir in a formulation designed to be easier for babies and... Read more »

Why Exercise Won’t Help Most Women Suffering From Migraine – News18

Despite doctors recommending regular aerobic exercise to prevent migraine, physical exercise can actually be a trigger of migraine attacks for most women because of “anxiety sensitivity” in them, find... Read more »

Diet does matter – Poor diet linked to age-related macular degeneration – Education Medical Dialogues

………………………….. Advertisement ………………………….. USA: Consumption of a diet rich in red and processed meat, high-fat dairy, fried food, and refined grains increases the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD)... Read more »

Now, vaccine to protect against digestive tract ulcers – Free Press Journal

London: Researchers have developed a method to restrict the mobility of gut bacteria that are linked to chronic inflammatory bowel disorders that cause stomach and intestinal ulcers, an advance... Read more »