Drug News (Medindia)

Study Leads to New Targets to Fight Malaria

Malaria parasite has its own inherent clock, revealed new research. Although individual parasites appear to be driven by their own biological clocks, they seem to need an external cue from their hosts to synchronize.

India Passes China in COVID Tally

India's total cases are 85,940 now India suprassed China with a total of 53,035 active cases and 2,752 deaths.

World Hypertension Day

World Hypertension Day is observed every year on 17th May worldwide. This day aims to create awareness about hypertension and its risks among the general public. Theme for the year 2020 is 'Know Your Numbers.'

Drunkorexia: Damaging and Dangerous Behavior Among Young Adults

Increasing numbers of yound adults are endorsing symptoms of Drunkorexia, a damaging and dangerous behavior type that increases the risk of potential physical, mental, and social health (and) #8208;related problems, reports a new study.

Dreaming Brain can Tune Out the Outside World

Brain can suppress information from the outside world, such as the sound of a conversation, during the sleep phase tied to dreaming. This ability may be one of the protective mechanisms of dreams, reports a new study.