SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump is considering picking long-time supporter Stephen Moore to be a governor at the Federal Reserve Board, Bloomberg News reported. Moore, a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, helped write Trump’s signature tax plan. The position would give him a vote at theRead More →

The Global Hair Loss & Growth Treatments and Products Market research report- 2024 asset the Key players to better understand the Market trends and to knowledge opportunities and articulate critical business strategies. Also includes company profiles of Hair Loss & Growth Treatments and Products Pigments Market key players contact information, grossRead More →

TRENTON, N.J. — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the first drug specifically developed for severe depression after childbirth. The agency on Tuesday approved Sage Therapeutics’ SAGE, -0.50%  Zulresso, an IV drug given over 2½ days. In a company-funded study of new mothers with moderate or severe postpartum depression, half theRead More →

Hanamkonda: The importance of psychologists has increased manifold in the country, Kakatiya University Registrar K Purushotham said. He was the chief guest at the two-day national seminar on ‘Promoting Positive Psychology Mental Health and Well-being – Challenges and Opportunities’, jointly organised by the Department of Psychology and SDLCE of Kakatiya University,Read More →

Dr Sujatha says that the concept of organ donation should be taught at a younger age  Nakshatra Krishnamoorthy CHENNAI:  After a tiring day at a medical conference in Indore in February this year, Dr Sujatha Mohan just wanted to kick off her shoes and rest for a while. Little didRead More →

Maggie Gee explores ‘the ways in which men exercise control through fear’. Photograph: Colin McPherson/Corbis via Getty Images Blood is a multilayered title in Maggie Gee’s latest novel. It’s thicker than water, binding together a violent and dysfunctional family in complicated loyalties, and it’s also splashed around with gusto in aRead More →

Pregnant women should consider monitoring their indoor air quality, a professor from Rutgers University said. Air pollution effects unborn baby and delay its growth and development.  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images Washington: Small unseen particles in air pollution inhaled by pregnant women may damage the cardiovascular system of the unborn baby andRead More →