Squatting and Cycling may Increase Risk of Knee Arthritis - Research

A new research conducted at the Tehran Medical University in Iran has revealed that frequent cyclists and people who squat for longer periods of time are at an increased risk of developing arthriti

Difficult to Control Asthma Could be Result of Poor Medicine Use - Study

A new study has reported that people who suffer from difficult-to-control and stubborn asthma are, more often than not, irregular in their use of the prescribed medication. The study was conducted at Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland by lead researcher Dr. Liam G. Heaney and colleagues.

It was concluded that even asthma patients who are prescribed high doses of steroids are susceptible to frequent, difficult to put at rest attacks, so people who are irregular in the use of medication are exposed to a much higher risk of potentially dangerous attacks.

Long Term Mobile Phone Usage Increases Risk of Cancer - WHO Study

A study which the World Health Organization (WHO) has been undertaking for over a decade, and has cost a total of ?20 Million, has found out that heavy mobile phone users are exposed to an increased risk of developing brain tumors in later stages of life.

Although the conclusion is not very definite yet, the WHO stands by its claims.

The Future Lies in Genetically Modified Crops

Experts of science from the Royal Academy today outlined the need for Genetically Modified (GM) crops. Reasons allocated for such a requirement include the ever growing population, the subsequent food crisis and the infamous ‘Global Warming’. With passing time, the climate worsens and to survive these harsh conditions GM techniques will be required.

Now Too Much Protein Could Be Harmful

Research suggests that high protein diets can shrink brain and might cause Alzheimer’s.

Fat Would Be The New Thin, Future Women Would Be Heavier, Shorter – Research

A research done by scientists of Yale University has concluded the effects of Darwin’s natural selection spread over two generations of contemporary women and has predicted that their descendants w