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Tiny Bubbles in Our Body to Fight Cancer Better Than Chemo

By   /  September 14, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Tiny Bubbles in Our Body to Fight Cancer Better Than Chemo

Researchers have found that tiny bubbles in our body might potentially be used to treat cancer and could fight the disease better than chemotherapy. Healthy cells in our body release nano-sized bubbles that transfer genetic material such as DNA and RNA to other cells. It’s your DNA that stores the important information necessary for RNA […]

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Medical Mistakes Cause 2.6 mn Deaths Yearly — WHO

By   /  September 14, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Medical Mistakes Cause 2.6 mn Deaths Yearly — WHO

More than 138 million patients are harmed every year by doctors’ errors, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned, just a few days before celebrating the first World Patient Safety Day, with which it seeks to raise awareness of this ongoing tragedy. Errors in diagnosis, errors in medicine prescriptions and treatments, and the inappropriate use of […]

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Google to Ban Ads for Unproven Medical Techniques

By   /  September 7, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Google to Ban Ads for Unproven Medical Techniques

Under a new health care and medicines policy, Google has announced to ban online ads for ‘unproven or experimental medical techniques,’ such as most stem cell therapy, cellular (non-stem) therapy and gene therapy. “We know that important medical discoveries often start as unproven ideas — and we believe that monitored, regulated clinical trials are the […]

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WHO Urges Speedier Efforts to Eliminate Cervical Cancer by 2030

By   /  September 7, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on WHO Urges Speedier Efforts to Eliminate Cervical Cancer by 2030

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday urged South-East Asian countries to accelerate efforts to eliminate cervical cancer by 2030. “Countries need to expand vaccination, screening, detection and treatment services for everyone, everywhere to address the growing problem of cervical cancer,” said Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director WHO South-East Asia at the 72nd session of […]

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Zika Diagnostic Test Granted Market Authorisation by FDA

By   /  September 7, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Zika Diagnostic Test Granted Market Authorisation by FDA

A Zika diagnostic test developed by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis was newly granted market authoriSation by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According to a press release posted on the website of the university on Wednesday, using an antibody as well as other components to detect anti-Zika antibodies in the blood […]

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What is Depression and Anxiety and How to Overcome Them?

By   /  September 4, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on What is Depression and Anxiety and How to Overcome Them?

I am writing this article inorder to bring awareness about mental illness. With my experience as a clinical physicoglist and counselor I have encounter many clients who has been undergoing mental sickness for years however, they are not aware of what they are going through and end up taking wrong measures. I hope this article […]

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Parenting Stress Weakens Mother-Child Communication

By   /  September 1, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Parenting Stress Weakens Mother-Child Communication

Mothers who reported higher levels of parenting stress had less synchrony in brain activity with their child, than those who reported lower levels of parenting stress, researchers have found. Excessive parenting stress can block maternal sensitivity, lead to reactions that punish the child and negatively affect the parent-child relationship for the long term. “Our study […]

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Exposure to Sun Ups Skin Cancer Risk in Athletes

By   /  September 1, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Exposure to Sun Ups Skin Cancer Risk in Athletes

Exposure to the ultraviolet (UV) rays, which most often comes from the sun, can cause skin cancer in athletes, according to a new study. According to the researchers, limiting the sun exposure and applying sunscreen regularly can protect the skin from the harmful ultraviolet radiations of the sun and keep skin problems at bay. “Sun […]

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Eating Nuts Twice a Week Lowers Heart Attack Risk — Study

By   /  September 1, 2019  /  Health  /  Comments Off on Eating Nuts Twice a Week Lowers Heart Attack Risk — Study

Eating nuts at least twice a week can slash the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by almost 17 per cent, a new study suggests. “Nuts are a good source of unsaturated fat and contain little saturated fat,” said study author Noushin Mohammadifard from Isfahan Cardiovascular Research Institute, Iran. “They also have protein, minerals, vitamins, […]

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Detection of Heat in Pig

By   /  August 30, 2019  /  Feature, Health  /  Comments Off on Detection of Heat in Pig

Number of piglets born and their survival upto weaning age determine the amount of economic return from pig rearing. Proper breeding is necessary for obtaining maximum number of piglets. Knowledge of the farmers on signs and duration of heat, time of breeding and number of breeding during one heat period is very important for obtaining […]

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