White Blood Cell


'White Blood Cell' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Can Antibiotics Do More Harm Than Good?

    Can Antibiotics Do More Harm Than Good?

    Researchers examined "resident" bacteria, their fatty acids and their effect on certain types of white blood cells that combat infections in the mouth.

  • 7 Foods To Increase Blood Platelets

    7 Foods To Increase Blood Platelets

    Blood is made up of various types of cells, namely red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, also known thrombocytes. A lack of platelets in your body may cause symptoms like fatigue, bleeding gums, easy bruising, et al. A low platelet count may also be known as thrombocytopenia

  • Vitamin B17 Sources and Reasons To Not Skip Them

    Vitamin B17 Sources and Reasons To Not Skip Them

    Vitamin B17 sources, especially if derived from natural ingredients, can bring in a bevy of health benefits, like increased production of white blood cells to boost immunity.

  • Scientists Zoom In On AIDS Virus Hideout

    Scientists Zoom In On AIDS Virus Hideout

    French scientists said Wednesday they had found a way to pinpoint elusive white blood cells which provide a hideout for the AIDS virus in people taking anti-HIV drugs.

  • How Smoking Causes Inflammation

    How Smoking Causes Inflammation

    Nicotine activates certain white blood cells which in turn release inflammatory molecules, say scientists who have found why smoking causes increased inflammation throughout the body.

  • Holidays May Boost Your Immune System, Says Study

    Holidays May Boost Your Immune System, Says Study

    Going on a two-week holiday could boost our immune system and help fight infection, suggest scientists who found that alterations to living space of mice dramatically changed their white blood cells.

  • Dilip Kumar, 93, Hospitalised; Doctors Say Next 72 Hours 'Crucial'

    Dilip Kumar, 93, Hospitalised; Doctors Say Next 72 Hours 'Crucial'

    "I got a call that he was unwell. He had fever and had vomited a few times. He was suffering from pneumonia as well. His white blood cells had shot up. We thought it would be better to admit him to hospital," said Dr Jalil Parkar

  • HIV Diagnosis Gets Simpler With Affordable Disposable Biochip

    HIV Diagnosis Gets Simpler With Affordable Disposable Biochip

    Researchers have developed a highly sensitive disposable biosensor that can detect sub-populations' white blood cells that are key to diagnosis of HIV/AIDS.

  • Zydus Cadila Gets Tentative US Regulator Nod for Cancer Drug

    Zydus Cadila Gets Tentative US Regulator Nod for Cancer Drug

    Drug firm Zydus Cadila has received tentative approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market Clofarabine injection, used for treatment of cancer of the white blood cells, in the American market.

  • Finger Prick Blood Tests May Be Unreliable: Study

    Finger Prick Blood Tests May Be Unreliable: Study

    Finger prick blood tests that use only a single drop of blood may yield inconsistent results, a first-of-its-kind study has found.

  • 'Bad' White Blood Cells Responsible for Multiple Sclerosis

    'Bad' White Blood Cells Responsible for Multiple Sclerosis

    Researchers have identified a type of 'bad' white blood cells that are responsible for abnormal immune responses in patients of multiple sclerosis, which could help find new treatments for the disease.

  • Intas Pharma Expects US Approval for White Blood Cell Drug This Year

    Intas Pharma Expects US Approval for White Blood Cell Drug This Year

    Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd could get approval this year to launch a version of Amgen Inc's white blood cell boosting Neulasta drug in the United States, chief financial officer Jayesh Shah said.

  • Scientists Explain Stress-Heart Attack Link

    Scientists Explain Stress-Heart Attack Link

    Scientists said Sunday they may have unravelled how chronic stress leads to heart attack and stroke: triggering overproduction of disease-fighting white blood cells which can be harmful in excess.

  • Why Dark Chocolate is Good for You

    Why Dark Chocolate is Good for You

    Are you a dark chocolate addict? Here's a good reason to chomp on those irresistible bars. A new research suggests that eating dark chocolate lowers the augmentation index - a key vascular health predictor - and reduces adhesion of white blood cells to...

'White Blood Cell' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Can Antibiotics Do More Harm Than Good?

    Can Antibiotics Do More Harm Than Good?

    Researchers examined "resident" bacteria, their fatty acids and their effect on certain types of white blood cells that combat infections in the mouth.

  • 7 Foods To Increase Blood Platelets

    7 Foods To Increase Blood Platelets

    Blood is made up of various types of cells, namely red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets, also known thrombocytes. A lack of platelets in your body may cause symptoms like fatigue, bleeding gums, easy bruising, et al. A low platelet count may also be known as thrombocytopenia

  • Vitamin B17 Sources and Reasons To Not Skip Them

    Vitamin B17 Sources and Reasons To Not Skip Them

    Vitamin B17 sources, especially if derived from natural ingredients, can bring in a bevy of health benefits, like increased production of white blood cells to boost immunity.

  • Scientists Zoom In On AIDS Virus Hideout

    Scientists Zoom In On AIDS Virus Hideout

    French scientists said Wednesday they had found a way to pinpoint elusive white blood cells which provide a hideout for the AIDS virus in people taking anti-HIV drugs.

  • How Smoking Causes Inflammation

    How Smoking Causes Inflammation

    Nicotine activates certain white blood cells which in turn release inflammatory molecules, say scientists who have found why smoking causes increased inflammation throughout the body.

  • Holidays May Boost Your Immune System, Says Study

    Holidays May Boost Your Immune System, Says Study

    Going on a two-week holiday could boost our immune system and help fight infection, suggest scientists who found that alterations to living space of mice dramatically changed their white blood cells.

  • Dilip Kumar, 93, Hospitalised; Doctors Say Next 72 Hours 'Crucial'

    Dilip Kumar, 93, Hospitalised; Doctors Say Next 72 Hours 'Crucial'

    "I got a call that he was unwell. He had fever and had vomited a few times. He was suffering from pneumonia as well. His white blood cells had shot up. We thought it would be better to admit him to hospital," said Dr Jalil Parkar

  • HIV Diagnosis Gets Simpler With Affordable Disposable Biochip

    HIV Diagnosis Gets Simpler With Affordable Disposable Biochip

    Researchers have developed a highly sensitive disposable biosensor that can detect sub-populations' white blood cells that are key to diagnosis of HIV/AIDS.

  • Zydus Cadila Gets Tentative US Regulator Nod for Cancer Drug

    Zydus Cadila Gets Tentative US Regulator Nod for Cancer Drug

    Drug firm Zydus Cadila has received tentative approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market Clofarabine injection, used for treatment of cancer of the white blood cells, in the American market.

  • Finger Prick Blood Tests May Be Unreliable: Study

    Finger Prick Blood Tests May Be Unreliable: Study

    Finger prick blood tests that use only a single drop of blood may yield inconsistent results, a first-of-its-kind study has found.

  • 'Bad' White Blood Cells Responsible for Multiple Sclerosis

    'Bad' White Blood Cells Responsible for Multiple Sclerosis

    Researchers have identified a type of 'bad' white blood cells that are responsible for abnormal immune responses in patients of multiple sclerosis, which could help find new treatments for the disease.

  • Intas Pharma Expects US Approval for White Blood Cell Drug This Year

    Intas Pharma Expects US Approval for White Blood Cell Drug This Year

    Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd could get approval this year to launch a version of Amgen Inc's white blood cell boosting Neulasta drug in the United States, chief financial officer Jayesh Shah said.

  • Scientists Explain Stress-Heart Attack Link

    Scientists Explain Stress-Heart Attack Link

    Scientists said Sunday they may have unravelled how chronic stress leads to heart attack and stroke: triggering overproduction of disease-fighting white blood cells which can be harmful in excess.

  • Why Dark Chocolate is Good for You

    Why Dark Chocolate is Good for You

    Are you a dark chocolate addict? Here's a good reason to chomp on those irresistible bars. A new research suggests that eating dark chocolate lowers the augmentation index - a key vascular health predictor - and reduces adhesion of white blood cells to...

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