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Is India a solution to Australia’s expensive medical system?

A few decades ago rich Indians used to travel to western countries for medical treatment. Now the cost of treatment in western societies is...

Dr Hemani Thukral appointed Director of AITTC Medical Tourism

Dr Hemani Thukral with AITTC's Sandip Hor, Air India's Ravi Bodade and India Tourism's Vibhava Tripathi (first from left)   Dr Hemani Thukral has been named...

Stem cells can restore hearing ability

In a ray of hope for patients with hearing impairment, scientists have found that spiral ganglion stem cells present in the inner ear can...

Scientist cracks protein code to control obesity

Bharat Shimpukade, an Indian-origin scientist from University of Southern Denmark, along with his colleagues has come up with a smart tool that has brought...

Has your son had his HPV vaccine?

Last chance for year nine boys in Victoria to have breakthrough vaccine for free Cancer Council Victoria is reminding parents of boys in Year nine...

Scientists claim human learning breakthrough

Stimulation of a certain population of dopamine-containing neurons within the brain can alter the human learning process, claim two Indian-origin scientists, paving the way...

Protein in Australian coral blocks HIV

A type of protein found in coral species in the ocean waters around Australia prevents the HIV virus, which causes AIDS, from penetrating the...

New diabetes, obesity drug: Indian-American’s promising research

Two researchers at Indiana University, including an Indian-American, are leading the way towards developing a new potential non-insulin drug for diabetes and obesity,...

Babies can be biased too!

The innocent infants choose their playmates carefully and they are not immune from 'in-group' bias, favouring people from same ethnicity over others, a study...

Watch your weight to cut breast cancer risk

Gear up for some physical exercise sessions as the risk of breast cancer may go up by 210 percent in obese and overweight women...