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New way to fight malaria found

Martin and her colleagues also revealed how the protein may have developed resistance to chloroquine. Reuters

An anti-malarial treatment that lost its status as the leading weapon against the deadly disease cou...

New drug target to fight malaria identifiedNew finding could lead to better malaria treatments
Eat slowly, pay attention to what you eat and stop when you are 80 per cent full.
While eating, listen to your stomach, not your eyes
Most of us would decline if offered food right after a meal. Yet if something tempting is brought in...

BMI: A number that may not add up

Recent studies have indicated that many with BMI levels at the low end of normal are less healthy th...

For younger skin, ditch cosmetics, embrace exercise

Exercise not only appears to keep skin younger, it may also even reverse skin ageing in people.

Scientists find new way to observe 'good' brown fat

Scientists have for the first time used MRI scanning to confirm the presence of 'brown fat' in a liv...

Vitamin B3 delivered to Earth by meteorites

Ancient Earth might have had an extraterrestrial supply of vitamin B3 delivered by carbon-rich meteo...
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Drug target for dengue vaccine identified
Researchers showed that a molecular hinge where two regions of a protein connect is where natural hu...
Forty years on, bullying takes its toll on health and wealth
In the first study of its kind to look at the effects of childhood bullying beyond early adulthood, ...
New kind of trial offers hope of cancer cure
Scientists and drugmakers are pioneering a new kind of clinical trial that changes the way cancer dr...
Eating olive oil, fish, whole grains may slow diabetes progression
In a trial that followed participants for more than eight years, those following a Mediterranean die...
Protein that joins sperm with egg discovered
UK scientists have discovered an elusive protein that allows sperm to recognise and latch onto the e...
Your nose can be a pathfinder
Waves in our brain make smells stick to our memories and inner maps, scientists say.
New drug to combat measles developed
Scientists have developed a novel antiviral drug that may protect people infected with the measles f...
Lululemon's status as yogawear's top dog at risk
Still hurting from last year's see-through yoga pants debacle, Lululemon Athletica Inc is about to ...
Sudden infant death syndrome: Australian study sheds new light
An Australian research has shed new light on possible causes of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS),...
New faster, cheaper blood test for accurate asthma diagnosis
A new faster, cheaper and more accurate handheld tool for diagnosing even mild cases of asthma using...
Casual pot use causes brain abnormalities in the young, shows study
Young, casual marijuana smokers experience potentially harmful changes to their brains, with the dru...
Antibiotics improve growth in kids in developing countries
Researchers analysed the results of 10 trials involving 4,316 children aged one month to 12 years in...
Facebook friends may signal relationship troubles
People who add new romantic interests to their Facebook "friends" list while in a romantic relations...
New approach to restore Penicillin's combating power
Penicillin is currently losing a lot of battles it once won against bacterial infections.
Hungry people more aggressive towards spouses
Angry at your spouse? Have a snack before you snap!
Fathers may pass stress to kids via sperm
Men may not only pass traits to their offspring, but some stress too!
Regular exercise may slow ageing in humans
Older adults receive the most benefits when combining endurance exercise with resistance exercise.
Health risk from wireless technology growing: Study
The report warns against wireless in schools. Schools should provide internet access without Wi-FI.
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