Now, smart watch to measure blood pressure
Scientists have developed a new watch-like device that can be worn comfortably on the wrist and records blood pressure continuously - with no pressure cuff or invasive procedure.
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Frequent binge drinking may lead to insomnia
Frequent binge drinking is associated with insomnia symptoms in older adults, a first-of-its-kind study has found.
Soon, breathalyser to detect and monitor diabetes
Scientists have developed a new sensor technology that could make it possible to diagnose and monitor diabetes.
Workplace daylight exposure tied to sleep, quality of life
Workers exposed to daylight in office sleep longer at night, record more physical activity and have a higher quality of life than their peers working in offices with no ..
Obese moms may pass health risks on to grandkids
Health problems linked to obesity - such as heart disease and diabetes - could skip an entire generation, a new study has found. Researchers have found that the offsprin ..
Tumours disable immune cells by using up sugar
Cancer cells' appetite for sugar may have serious consequences for immune cell function, a new study has found. Researchers at Washngton University School of Medicine i ..
Babies 'practise' facial expressions in womb: study
Unborn babies 'practise' facial expressions of pain in the womb, according to a new study.
Brain makes forbidden fruit hard to resist
Our brain gives forbidden objects the same level of attention as our own personal possessions,making the temptation hard to resist, a new study has claimed.Researchers f ..
Stinky feet may lead to better malaria traps
Scientists say there might be a potent new tool to fight malaria - the deadly mosquito-borne disease: the stench of human feet.
Daily sunscreen prevents skin ageing: study
Daily use of sunscreen not only guards against skin cancer but also fights wrinkles to keep the skin looking younger for long, a first-of-its-kind study has claimed. Res ..
In vitro blood cells could reduce need for donation
Researchers have identified a novel approach to create an unlimited number of human red blood cells in vitro.