Gruesome footage shows the tooth of a comb being pulled out a patients’ ear from the depths of his ear canal.   Audiologist Neel Raithatha made the stomach-churning discovery in his client’s ear last week, revealing it was the most dangerous object he has found. He pulled the object, which can be seen lodged deeply within

New Delhi: If you’ve recently been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you may have been told to eliminate fruit from your diet. That’s because the notion that fruit is not safe when you need to control your blood sugar levels is a common diabetes myth that has been squashed again and again. In fact, the American

A few minutes of stair climbing also called the ‘stair snacking’ approach, at short intervals between work, can improve cardiovascular health Cardiovascular conditions claimed maximum lives globally in the year 2016. Scientists and health experts around the world are working round the clock to devise new techniques and tips to manage the condition better. And

The Sackler family, whose company, Purdue Pharma, stands accused of fueling the opioid epidemic allegedly wanted to sell OxyContin without any warnings or regulations in foreign countries, new court documents suggest.  But Oxycontin’s inventor allegedly warned them that doing so would be extremely dangerous, flying in the face of the family’s continued denials that they

Takeaway customers will be shown calorie counts for the first time under a drive to encourage healthier eating. Up to 500 restaurants and take-away outlets which are served by Deliveroo will publish calorie contents online from next month. They will include high street chains such as Burger King and KFC as well as independent curry houses,

Women who fed their babies naturally were almost two-thirds less likely to suffer from mental health problems. And the more children the greater was the effect, an international study found. The joint American and Korean study looked at mothers now in their 50s and older, who had gone through the menopause. The World Health Organisation

Well, it’s been a milestone week for men, hasn’t it? And not in a good way. First, the influential American Psychological Association (APA) announced that just being a man is to blame for many of the world’s woes. In a new study, which provides guidelines for members, the APA argues that ‘traditional masculinity’ is responsible

New Delhi: Remember the times when you were a kid and couldn’t wait to grow up? And remember the more recent times when you have thought to yourself why did you really want to grow up, in the first place? “The grass is always greener on the other side” holds true even in the case of

London: Men and women who are distressed in midlife could be at higher risk of developing dementia in their old age, suggests a new study. The study showed that vital exhaustion, which can be perceived as an indicator of psychological distress, is a risk factor for future risk of dementia. Psychological distress is potentially linked to the