Female survivors of childhood cancer, previously exposed to chest radiation and other cancer-related treatments, benefit from early screening with breast MRI or mammography. It will reduce mortality risk due to the disease.
Perceptions of park-centered crime could keep New Yorkers from using it no matter how close parks are to home. This interferes with their physical and mental health advantages a park could offer, reports a new study.
New strain of the novel coronavirus called G614 that is spreading around the globe is more infectious than its predecessor D614 strain. A small variation has made the coronavirus fitter but not more deadly, reveals a new study.
As India's COVID-19 tally crosses the seven lakh-mark, the Centre said the national positivity rate of novel coronavirus infected patients is 6.73 percent, while Punjab with only 1.92 percent positivity rate is lowest.
For decades, people with familial hypercholesterolemia have been instructed to reduce their saturated fats consumption to lower cholesterol and decrease their risks of heart disease. But a new study finds no evidence to support those claims.
Women who have recovered from cancer, face the prospect of infertility due to the toxic effects of cancer treatment on ovarian function. Storing embryos and eggs will help in fertility preservation effectively in such patients.