NEW YORK: Fertility treatment drugs may not be tied to an increased risk of developing cancer, suggests a new study of more than 24,000 Swedish women treated with in vitro fertilization (IVF).
HYDERABAD, Nov 22: Barring teaching hospitals of Sindh, rest of its district hospitals remain sans cell separators and agitators that are essential for platelets transfusion and indispensable in dengue cases which are rising all over Sindh.
Oct 26: Urging Pakistan to turn flood catastrophe into an opportunity, the DirectorGeneral of World Health Organization, Dr Margaret Chan tagged future financial support to addressing the health issues, particularly eradication of polio.
VANCOUVER: At least one fish species can adapt in just three generations to survive a sharp change in temperature, researchers said in a study on the fastest rate of evolution ever recorded in wild animals.
“Our study is the first to experimentally show that certain species in the wild could adapt to climate change very rapidly,” said lead researcher Rowan Barrett.
However, the University of British Columbia evolutionary geneticist warned, the evolutionary jump carries a deadly price tag: a high mortality rate.