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Vital Signs Of Body

Vital Signs Of Body Can Now Be Monitored Using Radar

A radar system developed at the University of Waterloo can wirelessly monitor the vital signs of patients; but eliminating the need to hook them up to any machines. Housed in a device smaller than a cellphone, the new technology records heart and breathing rates using sensitive radar waves; but that are analyzing by sophisticated algorithms…

Alzheimer's Research

Machine Learning Tool Immensely Scales UIp Alzheimer’s Research

Researchers at UC Davis and UC San Francisco have found a way to teach a computer to precisely detect; one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease in human brain tissue; delivering a proof of concept for a machine-learning approach to distinguishing critical markers of the disease. Amyloid plaques are clumps of protein fragments in the…

Transfusion medicine

Critically Necessary Blood Donation Among Minorities

The study find that increasing levels of blood donation among minorities; according to a study by researchers at Georgia State University and Georgia Southern University Nursing associate professor Regena Spratling in the Byrdine F. Lewis College of Nursing and Health Professions at Georgia State and her colleagues in the Georgia Southern University School of Public…

T-Cells and Pathogens

First Footage of T-Cells Training To Fight Pathogens Revealed

Immunologists at The University of Texas at Austin have recorded visuals of T-cells; but learning what kind of cells to ignore when fighting pathogens; to ensure they do not attack healthy cells and tissues when fighting disease. It is the first time that this process has been captured on video. T-cells are a type of…

Pediatrics

First Field Manual for The Treatment of Child Casualties

The researches find that The guide was put together by British aid agency Save the Children and experts at Imperial College London at the request of Syrian medics working in the bloody eight-year civil war. “It starts from the point when something goes ‘bang’ and a child is exposed to that explosion; therefore ” former…

Stiff Muscles

For Athletes Stiff Muscles Are A Counterintuitive Superpower

When people wake up in the morning complaining of a “stiff back,” the remedy might include taking a hot shower, doing some yoga, swallowing aspirin, or visiting a physical therapist to loosen up. Stiffness is typically view as unpleasant and can limit one’s physical activities. Surprisingly, though, for elite athletes like professional basketball players, muscle stiffness is…

Dengue Infection

Previous Dengue Infection Protect Against Zika Damage

The Zika virus outbreak in Latin America has affected over 60 million people up to now. The infection can have potentially fatal consequences for pregnant women; and their unborn children: many children have subsequently been born with malformations of the head, or so-called microcephaly.  A particularly high incidence of these Zika-associated malformations exists in northeastern…

Measles

Three Moral Reasons To Get Children Vaccinated Against Measles

The U.S. hit a terrible and entirely preventable milestone this week: Measles cases are at a 25-year high. This alarming statistic is not due to changes in public health policy or medical practice, but the rise of the anti-vax movement. Researchers who study the beliefs of parents who refuse to have their children vaccinated have found they have both…

Embryotoxicity

New Test Examines A Drug’s Embryotoxicity In Cell Cultures

Medications have to be safe for mothers-to-be and for their unborn children. Before the authorities will approve a new drug, it must be tested in animal trials; but on pregnant rodents and, as a rule, pregnant rabbits. Scientists in the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering at ETH Zurich; but in Basel have now developing…

Immune haematology

Immune Cells Respond to Wounds and Patrol for Infection

The researches shows that immune responses and undermine defence against infection, new research has found. The study, led by scientists at the University of Sheffield; therefore reveal that cells which are programme to die, a process know as apoptosis, can disrupt the normal function of immune cells; called macrophages. This impact on how well they…

Haematology

Cancer Drug Used to Treat Brain Aneurysms

The study find that drug used to treat cancer patients  use to treat brain aneurysms, according to new research publish this week. Brain aneurysms are a bulge in a blood vessel cause by a weakness in the blood vessel wall. As blood passes through the weakened blood vessel; blood pressure causes a small area to…

Geriatrics

Aged care workers worry new Government-driven quality

The researches find that aged care worker Jessica said she no longer has leisure time because she ; therefore needs to reserve her energy for upcoming shifts. She works 16-hour days several times a fortnight ; and often stays back once she has finished work to help relieve staff pressure. Because Implement a series of…