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People Choose The Wrong Drugs For Their Seasonal Sniffles

In a new study, researchers evaluate that people suffering from hay fever often choose the wrong medication for their seasonal sniffles. With flowers, trees, and grasses springing back to life, folks with allergies will start to complain of sneezing, runny noses, and watery, itchy eyes. They found that few are allergy aisle of their nearest drug store without advice from a doctor or pharmacist.

A Review on Nanotechnology Applications in Orthopedics

The study is conducted to provide orthopedic surgeons and musculoskeletal researchers with knowledge regarding the current impact and future potential of nanotechnology and also to identify nanotechnology studies with ongoing clinical trials in each respective section

Importance Of Gut Bacteria In Immune System

Most people might be aware of the importance of a healthy gut, which depends on the healthy gut microbiota. Few things disturb like, social events or even travel experiences, worry, pain, and embarrassment lead to malfunctioning of the intestinal system.

Mutation Targeted Therapy To Assess MRD In Leukemia

In acute myeloid leukemia (AML), minimal residual disease (MRD) has been a benchmark for identifying patients who are at risk for relapse after achieving complete remission with initial therapy. It is assessed using flow cytometry or by NPM1 transcripts.